Irving Berlin is discussing:

Polish-born Josef Lewcowicz - now 93 - was just 14 when he was given his first job of shovelling human bones into a wheelbarrow at the Płaszów concentration camp in Poland.

Smoke a bowl. I'm sure awful shit has happened throughout history, but what precisely are we supposed to draw from this? The fact that the Germans starved them so much that they roasted and ate a child, or the fact that they lost their humanity to the point where they would rather roast and eat a child? There are only villains in this story.

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