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"mangla" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"From the jesus. He's like you. I mean in some instances they did throw twins on. There is more of a dating game which i know that that auschwitz was not about so if they had just sorta reconfigured it to be about life and love and not you know death you know maybe could have been had something there. I mean the the horrible thing is that if you look at pictures of dr mangla from the holocaust era he does not look like you would expect He he absolutely not look like you know. Some of the nazis have that have that strong war criminal vibe to them mingolla. Mingle looks like aggressively normal. To the point where. It's it's actually deeply unsettling i do. Stand up comedy. So i'm surrounded by very very sweet face. Boys like wait. You showed your junk to home. Yeah exactly mingolla would have killed in the standard by which swoop back hair situation. Yeah you wouldn't call him as doctor death or though maybe you would because it's always the aggressively normal looking guys. So mangla is particularly famous. Because the experiments he conducted on twins were so garishly vile he would amputate like one twins limb or infect one twin with the disease to see if it would transfer to the other in some way at one point he killed fourteen twins in a single night by injecting their hearts with chloroform he would also inject dye into the color of one twin to see if it would change the color and the other twins is just like eli roth style batch. It nonsense like people talk about like well you'll hear sometimes from people who have not studied the holocaust enough like you know. It was horrible but they did get some useful medical data out of it was like no. It's almost all nonsense like it was just people doing like like bit completely bug fuck pointless shit deputising a thirteen year old kid with just all the hormones like just like trying to hook up a rat to a balloon and seeing how high it goes and then yeah it was like all the kids who someone should have come to them when they were eleven years old and like like torturing cats and instead you give them like complete control over the life and death of thousands at a work camp. It's pretty bad is what i'm saying about the holocaust that's awful and i know you've had matlab on who is my boyfriend and he is actually a fraternal twin. And so i wish he was on his talk a little bit about this but as he says on stage in a joke you know he cannot feel his twin sisters orgasms. So you know you can't feel you might you might yet. You're sensitive to your twin but you can't you have asked them that as opposed to inject dye into their eyes to see if that did something. My god leg and there is a babies are crying babies zoo. Also there imprison. Yeah you've taken them from their parents. Mango this isn't really useful data so mangla deserves his infamy obviously he's the most famous of the knocks the nazi doctors. But there were actually a shitload of doctors necessary to keep the third reich machinery of death humming along for one thing under like the rules. The nazis established for the concentration camps will for the death camps..
The Vaccine Is Supporting the Abortion Holocaust
"Talking about the vaccine. And how i see this shift in the culture where people like you And me were being demonized for saying. Don't get the vaccine you're saying don't get the vaccine because it's made with aborted babies. I mean explain that for a moment so that everybody who cares about the life issue understands. I've got a piece of street not with a subtle subtle title. should we get vaccinated at our right hands or forints asking for a friend. And what i need to imply into. We should seriously think about what it means when the government says you must take this mark on your body or you can't buy and sell in the marketplace that has kind of biblical into me kind of makes me think come the apocalypse now. Maybe this isn't the apocalypse. But maybe just maybe it is. And if we consider that this vaccine for a disease that was invented in a weapons land by communist scientists and then intentionally spread by the chinese around the world we know they sent flights of china all around the world purpose. While locking down all travel in china we know that governor cuomo in whitmer purposely dumped cova patients on nursing homes killing off thousands of helpless old people walk closing the churches while imposing emergency election measures. That allowed them to steal the twenty twenty election oral lease. Things are tied up together. But let's cut to the root of it. Every one of the vaccines has been approved in the west was he was either developed using. Hit me cells taken from an unborn baby girl. Lame johanna in the netherlands in nineteen seventy two. Or if like the pfizer madonna ugly vaccines. It was tested on those cells. The league this sack scene is fruit of a poison tree. If i ask people if you'll mangla had taken an francs kidney in nineteen forty three and cloned it. Would you take a vaccine based on that. And they say no. Let's offensive offensive. So you wanna be part of mad holocausts. You're comfortable being part of the abortion holocaust. Which isn't
Debra Messing; AJCs Groundbreaking State of Antisemitism in America Report
"Messing is probably best known for her role as Grace Adler on the long running Sitcom will and grace. She has starred in movies and even been the voice behind cartoons. But for the past several months, she has been one of the voices behind a podcast called the dissenters since May Deborah and her co host Donna Damiani have interviewed men and women who have made their. Mark Challenging the status quo but the penultimate episode that aired this month was particularly powerful Deborah and her co host invited Dr Edith Eba eager a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor to share her memories of the past and thoughts on present day politics and the future Deborah is here now to talk about that episode and her own experiences with anti-semitism Deborah. Welcome. Thank you so much. So tell us about this podcast, the dissenters what you're trying to accomplish with each episode and how your conversation with Dr Eager Fit that theme. The dissenters created as a response to the suffering that we saw around our country over the last few years, and also in response to the activists that have stepped forward and taken it upon themselves to try and make things better. My friend Montana Diani, she is the CO host. She was a religious refugee came to the country at six years old she and I have both been very active in activism reading these pieces about these extraordinary people from around the world doing extraordinary things, and we would send them to each other in order to sort of buoy each other when we. Would start to feel overwhelmed and it always sort of kept us moving forward and one day we just realized that as much as was uplifting us it would most likely uplift other people to hear about the works of these what we call accidental activists we wanted to ultimately inspire and empower people to recognize that you don't have to have a certain education. You don't have to have a certain following and social media in order to be an activist all you have to do is just recognize something feels wrong and take one step towards doing something touted doctor eager fit into this lineup. She is a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor. Who came face to face with Dr Mangala when she was a teenager at the camps, she lost her mom and dad and went through horrible torture and trauma, and came to America and created a family and. Got A PhD and has used her experience and trauma in order to help people coming home from war to heal from their trauma. She has written two books and she decided to become a healer. And we just felt like she did not have any idea what her life would be. Once she got out of the concentration camp. Yeah and she was able to look towards the future to have hope and ultimately choose to do something that would help others. How did you first discover Dr Eager Montana and I are just really really curious people. So we are constantly reading. We are watching Ted talks. It was a Ted talk of her that we saw and ultimately we felt given the fact that there is this surge of anti-semitism and racial strife in our country that it felt particularly timely and important to highlight her and her journey because in our research, we discovered that three quarters of millennials who are people who are in their mid thirties do not know what Auschwitz is such a stunning statistic and kind of unimaginable that we felt like, okay. This it's incumbent on us to have someone who was there and lived it to assert that it really did happen and to celebrate her as well. You mentioned the lack of knowledge about concentration camps AJC. Of course, just released its first report on the state of anti-semitism in. America. And found that more than half of Americans don't know the meaning of the word anti-semitism. Some haven't even heard the word before. With Charlottesville and. Is seemingly explosion of white nationalism and Antisemitism Nazis everywhere in juxtaposition to the second wave of civil rights protesting it's very interesting that people don't protest against anti-semitism people flood the streets, for racism. And when you look at Charlottesville, the Nazis were screaming about two groups about black people and Jews. And we really are the most natural allies in the world and it really was just something that I just sat with for a while about like why is it that people don't protest four us? You're Jewish grew up in a predominantly non Jewish environment. Did you experience anti-semitism growing up I? Did? Can you speak to that a little bit? Sure. I remember I was in second grade and we were lining up. To go to Jim and I got in line and a little boy me and said, get to the back of the line Kaik And I didn't know what the word meant the teacher overheard and immediately grabbed the boy and sent him down to the principal's office I. Remember everyone looking at me like I had done something wrong. And as much as I didn't understand what was happening I understood that it would have been better if I just stayed silent and I just wanted the board to come back and everybody to just be normal and stop looking at me and a couple of years later it was Halloween and my grandfather was visiting and we woke up and a swastika was painted on his car. In our driveway. And I recall my mother just standing at the front door looking at it and I felt her fear I felt endanger and I, remember no one said a word. Just, you know my mom said get in the house. And somehow the car disappeared. And we didn't talk about it. and. So it became very clear to me from a very young age that I was an other. That I was different from everybody the community and that difference wasn't good. And Somehow I had taken on a sense of shame about the fact that I was Jewish and I actually recall in highschool. My father was president of the Temple President of the Jewish Federation. My mother was Vice President of the Jewish Federation very, very, very active in the community. And we would stay home obviously for the High Holidays and I remember coming back in after the High Holidays and someone saying, why were you out and I said, oh, it was yom. Kippur and. He got really mad they were like. How come you get that off and you get Christmas off? Why don't we get off and after that encounter anytime I would stay home because of a Jewish holiday I would lie and say that I had been sick. Wow. I WANNA, go back to your conversation with Dr Eager and I'd like for you to share what your biggest takeaways were. It's so powerful because she speaks about will lasting that her mother said to her in the cattle car. That essentially reality is whatever you have in your mind and in your heart. And bad things pass trauma passes and her first night there. Joseph Mangla went into the barracks and made her dance and she loved opera and she said that she got through it because she imagined that she was on a stage and they were playing Makovsky Romeo and Juliet. And she said and I danced beautifully and I loved it. That's how I survived. For me what was really remarkable was hearing everything that she went through and the fact that she landed. was that she was grateful for all of the terror and trauma and pain that she had experienced. She felt that she literally calls them a gift. That is something that is so amped medical to the way at least. I think about someone who has survived the Holocaust it really was a full paradigm shift for me to hear how she got there and ultimately how she healed herself. Yeah. Well, certainly, the testimonies of the survivors are a gift to all of us in terms of preserving the memory and the lessons that we can take from their experiences. So thank you for giving Dr, eager another platform to share that story with another audience that needs to learn and learn the lessons of her experience. I will tell you one of the most moving parts for me was the separation from her mother when they got to Auschwitz and how the experience of children being separated from their parents at the border was a trigger for her honestly I can't do it justice. Let's listen to a clip. Van. Is Show children being separated that their border? I had terrible night mash. Remember him and my mother was. Towed to go this way, I followed my mother. And this guy told me that I'm GONNA see my mother very soon. She just GonNa take a shower and promptly I was on the other side which meant life. So you see mandating trigger today for the me The time and everything was taken from me. Why was it important to include that in the podcast? I. Think when we witnessed that kind of wrongdoing that is really a crime against humanity, it reminds us how fragile we are. That we don't learn from the past potentially and we have to be vigilant every day in making sure that what we are putting out into the world is modeling compassionate. Inclusion.
Rocky Pendergast & Aimee Mann Time Travel to Kill Hitler in New Prank Call
"This time we told her rocky had gone back in time in order to kill Hitler and by the way. Just so you know making a cameo in this call is real life. Lago regular amy man. Oh yes this is big in the This is a very big get in the world of Rocky Pendergast. At no point in this call. I just want to point this out ahead of time. This Kathy Question Rocky's ability to go and time travel ever amazing. She never questions his ability to find and kill Hitler. The whole thing is quite frankly absolutely absurd by the end of this call. I don't even think Hattie knows what planet trees on. But here we go. This is unbelievably. This is just unbelievable to me. It's a saga listen carefully as rocky calls into Kathy and goes back in time to kill Hitler. Oh I am going to take phone calls so let me see with calling. Him Jolly Rocky GS. She's I will run out and searchlights. Okay where you calling from gelling? I would go with the details but as I say I've gone back in time to you. Know to kill Hitler. You're going to kill by the nineteen forties and the the German invasion of Europe. He's off your are traveling. You should see it Kathy. Darling Little Hawk say Tell C. Not Body Whorl Adolf Hitler himself to get on Raucously who speech. You're kidding now. Be careful because by the I've already recused boaty exclusives daily matter of heating a buck. Oh how increased just hitting the dotting all of the most exclusive members of the Nazi high. Come on here. Why just in front of me. I see fast. Who trueblue Klaus Bobby Cisco who could check the vitals? We shouldn't Adolf Eichmann. How Golden Ball in eighteen to death? Dr Joseph Mangla Boo Heinrich in the. And I'm going to kill them. Oh Kathy everyone this and move on. You'll never guess who. I brought me singer-songwriter in Logger. In the incomparable amy. Ma- GLENIS. Hey Rocky Great Party. Can AIMEE Mann so sure. Lamey time travel with you anytime. Darling Amy I had no idea you shawl over killing Nelson. All of you are so down getting this speech ship. Hitler really ready to. It knows your chance. Rocky ooh He'll be careful to yeah and not to spoil. You'll live with Nazi. Get together but this little boy back in run walk. Hang on to these buses getting away. Let me just moving down. You're not you have great rift to the space. Josh me Me Off they ceesay Hello Oh oh I hope. Oh Oh dear well. Let's all send prayers in hugs to him. Jeez I do hope that I exist. I hope I exist and I thank you so much for choosing to listen to live with heavy voice of inspiration and encourage men
"mangla" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Was thinking this is the one now he's just another guy who says this is the one, but he may be on to something. And here's why I brought him to the table. It seems crazy to say cancer is going to be cured by twenty thirty. MS will be cured by twenty thirty. Cerebral palsy, maybe cured by twenty twenty or twenty thirty. I mean that seems nuts to say that. It sounds even crazier to say most disease will be a radical by twenty thirty. But that's the truth. The truth is, and it seems like it's flying planes flying cars, but it's not, you know, we've been since the nineteen thirty nine world's fair in New York. We were promised flying cars flying cars are not are not happening. I mean, maybe Uber gets but it's not really a flying car. You know, you still got to go to like an airport place, and it's like an air taxi. Okay. I want a flying car that you know, drives. And if I'm in traffic, I'm like, you know, what? And I lift up above everybody else. And I'm like, see you later suckers. That's a flying car. That's what I want. That's what I was promised that ain't happening. The technology is changing so fast things are moving especially when it comes to medicine. That you have to start making your mind nimble. Again, you have to start realizing that we are on the verge of miraculously things. But then we have to decide what what our ethics on those miraculous things. Do you know that they're growing sheep in bags? Now. Jason did you know that? No. And haven't heard of that at all. I think it's I think it's sheep sheep goats. What's the difference? Except one really freaks me out cheaper. Cute goats. They freaked me out. I don't know why. But they're goats are spooky anyway. They're growing them in bags. Now. You can take a fertilized embryo and grow it in a bag. So, you know, not too long. You'll be able to grow people in a bag take the embryo fertilize, it genetically splice it get it. Exactly. Right. Throw it in a freezer bag. I know it's a little more complex, but back-off jacomb doctor. What's the market for bag grow grown goats? Is that like a high demand thing? No, no. I think what it is is. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I was gonna say I was going to speculate. But then I thought gosh Rothe industry growth industry. I absolutely have no idea. But the point is is that when we get to the point to where we can genetically splice we can do what Dr Mangla was trying to do. He was trying to wipe out disease. He was trying to wipe out a super who's trying to wipe out all undesirables. He was trying to create a super race a genetically superior race with genetically superior brains and brawn. That's what they were trying to do. What is the difference between what we're trying to do now? And what they were trying to do. Then. Well, you could say well they had their own biases. Well, I wanna give you a couple of things do you know that they're now working on a pill for loneliness. They now may have found they say the genetic makeup of.
"mangla" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"NewsRadio six ninety. Eighteen. Understand a damn word that doctor said, so nobody anybody else. I mean, I understood what he was saying. But I don't I mean, I don't I don't know. What the I am. And I I'm gonna admit something. My doctorate in humanities does not actually make me a doctor. So I admit it this one time, I admit it. The reason why I brought him on the air is because the claim of curing all cancer during any cancer is a pretty big deal and he's getting heat on this. And it may be deserved. I don't know. I mean, he's done it on rats. But I liked his answer on rats. You know, anybody can cure cancer unratified, mice. They're pretty easy to cure rat cancer is really pretty easy who knew who knew. Human trials are entirely different. And everybody sets out in human trials thinking this is the one he's just another guy who says this is the one, but he may be on to something. And here's why I brought him to the table. It seems. Crazy to say cancer is going to be cured by twenty thirty. MS will be cured by twenty thirty. Cerebral palsy, maybe cured by two thousand twenty or twenty thirty. I mean that seems nuts to say that. It sounds even crazier to say most disease will be eradicated by twenty thirty. But that's the truth. The truth is, and it seems like it's flying planes flying cars, but it's not, you know, we've been since the nineteen thirty nine world's fair in New York. We were promised flying cars flying cars are not are not happening. I mean, maybe Uber gets. But it's not really a flying car. You still got to go to an airport place. And it's like an air taxi. I wanna flying car that drives if I'm in traffic. I'm like, you know, what? And I lift above everybody else. And I'm like, see you later suckers. That's a flying car. That's what I want. That's what I was promised that ain't happening. The technology is changing so fast things are moving especially when it comes to medicine. That you have to start making your mind nimble. Again, you have to start realizing that we are on the verge of miraculously things. But then we have to decide what what our ethics on those miraculous things. Do you know that they're growing sheep and bags? Now. Jason did you know? And I haven't heard of that at all. I think it's I think it's sheep sheep goats. What's the difference? Except one really freaks me out cheaper. Cute goats. They freaked me out. I don't know why. But they're goats are spooky anyway. They're growing them in bags. Now, you can take a fertilized embryo and grow it in a bag. So. Not too long. You'll be able to grow people in a bag take the embryo fertilize, it genetically splice it get it. Exactly. Right. Throw it in a freezer bag. I know it's a little more complex, but back-off Jack. I'm Dr what's the market for bag grown grown goats? Is that like a high demand thing? No, no. I think what it is is. I I don't know. I don't know. I was going to speculate. But then I thought nice rope industry. Yeah. I have no idea. I absolutely have no idea. But the point is is that when we get to the point to where we can genetically splice we can do what Dr Mangla was trying to do. He was trying to wipe out disease. He was trying to wipe out a super trying to wipe out all undesirables. He was trying to create a super race a genetically superior race with genetically superior brains and brawn. That's what they were trying to do. What is the difference between what we're trying to do now? And what they were trying to do. Then. Well, you could say well they had their own biases. Well, I want to give you a couple of things do you know that they're now working on a pill for loneliness. They now may have found they say the genetic makeup of anger..
"mangla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Cancer is going to be cured by twenty thirty. MS will be cured by twenty thirty. Cerebral palsy may be cured by twenty twenty or twenty thirty. I mean that seems nuts to say that. It sounds even crazier to say most disease will be eradicated by twenty thirty. But that's the truth. The truth is, and it seems like it's flying planes. The are flying cars, but it's not, you know, we've been since the nineteen thirty nine world's fair in New York. We were promised flying cars flying cars are not are not happening. I mean, maybe Uber gets but it's not really a flying car. You know, you still got to go to like an airport place, and it's like an air taxi. I wanna flying car that you know, drives enough. I'm in traffic. I'm like, you know, what? And I lift up above everybody else. And I'm like, see you later suckers. That's a flying car. That's what I want. That's what I was promised that ain't happening. The technology is changing so fast things are moving especially when it comes to medicine. That you have to start making your mind nimble. Again, you have to start realizing that we are on the verge of miraculous things. But then we have to decide what what our ethics on those miraculous things. Do you know that they're growing sheep in bags? Now. Jason did you know that? No, I haven't heard of that at all. I think it's I think it's sheep sheep goats. What's the difference? Except one really freaks me out cheaper. Cute goats. They freaked me out. I don't know why. But they're goats are spooky anyway. They're growing them in bags. Now, you can take a fertilized embryo and grow it in a bag. So. You know, not too long. You'll be able to grow people in a bag take the embryo fertilize, it genetically splice it get it. Exactly. Right. Throw it in a freezer bag. I know it's a little more complex, but back-off jacomb, Dr what's the market for bag grow grown goats? Is that like a high demand thing? No, no. I think what it is is I don't know. I was going to speculate. But then I thought industry growth industry. Absolutely have no idea. But the point is is that when we get to the point to where we can genetically splice we can do what Dr Mangla was trying to do. He was trying to wipe out disease. He was trying to wipe out a super who's trying to wipe out all undesirables. He was trying to create a super race a genetically superior race with genetically superior brains. And braun. That's what they were trying to do. What is the difference between what we're trying to do now? And what they were trying to do. Then. Well, you could say well they had their own biases. Well, I wanna give you a couple of things do you know that they're now working on a pill for loneliness. They now may have found they say the genetic makeup of.
"mangla" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Truckers for some reason. I view that as a poor name with a porn actor who's known for having the world's biggest ball. Yeah. I could definitely see Bernard Junkers. I'm the man, I'm the only man was square testicles. It's really bizarre. This horrible fucking male porn actor. Oh, you with the huge ball slap and against the back of relax their brain bags. Mingle at this time, he even felt safe enough to meet up with another war criminal. He met up with Walter route the murderer of Milan who had developed mobile gas, vans that were responsible for ninety seven thousand deaths. She's they just sat around talking about what they considered to be the better time. Oh my God. See that is being a fly on the wall, though, that would be frigging fascinating to hear those two J goff's talk would be health. Dude. You could look up Martha Mangla in the phone book. Not that you'd want to. But if you did be there. Yeah. Under em. Yep. Famous nutsy hunting. I just don't I know about phone books. Remember those? I remember. Yeah. L need to know. Book to look up the names, better simpler day member that the Dewey decimal system who else do, you know, or even though the Americans and the Soviets had given up the search for Manggala that people had not forgot Herman now buying had been a political prisoner at Auschwitz and had been working tirelessly for years to bring Mangla to Justice. He was one of hundreds of amateur Nazi hunters who had taken up the task by using crow casts as their bible working their way through archives tracking down, Nazis and notifying the authorities. Once they found them and Lang bein had never believed that Mangla had died in the war and the divorce papers from Irene Mangla proved that Mangope was still alive. Okay. But the news that someone was looking for him had reached Mangla pretty damn fast. So Mangla packed up his entire life and fled to Paraguay and stayed there. Now once he got out because it's true because he had this like set up life, and he was doing a little bit of being he being a doctor. He was starting to set up a little office. He basically he was a carpenter for a little while he was doing this kind of thing things were kind of like settling into normalcy for him. And then this shit ripped up his whole life. Now, go to Paraguay, which at the time was not a very developed place. It was known as a sea of criminals, and criminality it was a sketches. Fuck place to live, and it was mostly barren farmland. So he went out there too. He got severe demotion in lifestyle. Yeah. He went and settled in a place that was seriously called new wave a Bavaria. All right new area. Yeah. New bavaria? Yeah. And he was there with just thousands of other Nazis that had fled to Paraguay because Perron he was doing great in Argentina either. People weren't happy starving. We could go for some food. Yeah. They were not happy either. So yeah, I mean Paraguay was I mean, they said it was like a smuggler's paradise. So it was just this country full of criminals regular people, of course, and Nazis Jesus. That is the be a fun place to see like hunger games. Can you imagine the yelp of a whole Nazi community just everything with Vaughn star being like not pure enough? How container it is contain. Chris of us be hanging just fucking Nazi neighbor. Everybody's on the run. And it's not just Nazis. It is like war criminal Nazis. It is right commune. No worse of the war criminals. The worst of the worst Nazis. A meanwhile, an indictment for Mangla have been drawn up back in terms by judge seriously named Robert Muller. Interesting. The germans. Germany sought extradition from Argentina. But by that point Mangla had already gotten an ID card in Paraguay with his new identity..
"mangla" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Percents it to me Germans can't lie because they don't like improv. They don't know how to creative. So they're really running when they try to lie. There is their their lives. Very interesting. Because then they'll say, so he's like, yeah. I mean in nineteen forty five I vas, volume Frisco. Yes. He's like well would are you now? It's like, oh, I now I'm home Spooner. And you're like, none doesn't change because I like improv where you from person Phoenix rising from the ashes so. Yeah. Well, during that time Mangla hung out with other Nazi war criminals. But none of them were as infamous or sought after than the main architect of the entire holocaust Adolf. I commend Aikman had made a narrow escape to Argentina Mangla was only mentioned at the Nuremberg trials. Aikman was a star. In absent Chea, see at the time. Mangla had never been actively hunted Aikman had been hunted from the beginning. And as a result. He was a deserve. It read. Of a human being living penniless with his family under the name. Ricardo klement. Oh, of course, he looks just like Ricardo Klement. Let's look like a record. Of course, Mangla said that he had no respect for Aikman, whom he considered a broken, man. But Mangla also headed a hell of a lot easier. He was still living on the mangle and sons dime. Most Nazis like Henry said most Nazis came out of the war with nothing, but Mangla was a rich kid. And so in Richard seems like getting richer all the time like this. Nepotism, no in Mangla. He just kind of chugged through the fifties. Irene is wife. She left him in nineteen fifty four for a shoe salesman named Alphonse hack and j-o-s-e out the Al Bundy of Argentina. Yep. Yeah. But that wasn't much of a surprise. But Irene she didn't leave mangle up because of what he done in Auschwitz. She left him because she was lonely. But also this other like weird 'cause we will szeswith little Bavaria. They're all upset with these like little German towns, the castles and little ponds, and they wished to be there and Irene didn't join her husband Argentina because of racist reasons. Like straight up being like hall. I don't wanna go down there. And like, so what is nice as that? This begins a period of time is that like while Mangla is vaguely comfortable, he is also completely alone. Because he can't trust anybody because I was falling apart this whole time and all these other guys are falling apart but him with rigid discipline knew he had to constantly be vigilant in covering up his identity not too long after his divorce Mangla got married again to his brother's widow. Oh, all in a plot to secure his place in the fam-. Family and the company, you know, that's interesting. This is actually not a store that's talked about very much, but when boat Biden died his brother, married, his widow. Yeah. They just just happened. That's their business. I know they look very similar. I'm just saying it's a little bit. We care with the Biden family die. Don't care. I'm just saying it's a little strange to go with the widow of your brother. That's all I'm saying it happens. I know what it happened it happened. I guess, you know, horny horny for brother one horny for brother to. I don't know if that the way to put it, I don't know. Well, this was the Mangla families plan. If Mangla was a part of the company officially then it could be seized as reparation, and this is a big thing in Europe. And this was a process the reparations for you know, produce that continued for decades, the family, this is actually true, I found this out the family of research assistant, Rachel her boyfriend his family. They actually got an apartment building in Berlin in the ninety s that had been taken by the Nazis back in the third was reparations with reparations. Yeah. All I got was a couple of goofy hats for my grandfather. Honestly, he just had all these traditionally attritional Scottish hat and traditional polish hat, and that's all he ever gave me out of fucking. We'll wars somebody grandfather was in Italy. And he was stuck in a tunnel for a long time. But he got to see the dead body Mussalini. And he told me that quite a number of time. It's fun. It's interesting that you've first of all, I definitely believe. Your grandfather was literally stuck in a tunnel. And most of the war. We are. We are on underground people..
"mangla" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Well, the official once he got back from vacation he quickly freed one of the worst war criminals of the twentieth century and sent him on his way to win us out with a suitcase full of Auschwitz notes and blood samples when you're in. This is always just there. You're gonna want to go to the the skimpy crapper. Really, really great John Trafford. I'm going to want to go before you tell me where I want to go. You hear what I'm coming from? I'm going to the first place, it's got sausage. And if they don't have it they got some split into do. We know you want to go to a place called Becky tubes. They're all to meets bait by woman named Becky. See? But when Mangla arrived in Argentina things went wrong almost immediately. He was supposed to have been met by a doctor with the implausible name of Roth nugget. Well, of course, he drowned in CEA Fudd, so he was not able to make it. He was only three inches tall. He was on either fudge or paid it butter whatever it was silly and sassy for that little. But Ralph was nowhere to be found. Ralph never showed up. We have no idea. What happened to him? We know. Mangla notes almost got discovered as well. But luckily for Mangla the customs doctor who was called over to look through Mangla suitcase didn't understand a word of German. So he just stared at him for a bit shrugged and Saint Mangla through what about the blood samples? Can you just take blood samples anywhere you go? Now, I guess this is jam jam defined as boys and buries the Bavaro. So be careful with them. If you would. But since Mangla had nowhere else to go. He roomed with two Italians that he'd befriended on the long journey from Genoa and checked into a windowless room while he looked for work, but also note in every single time in all of his diaries. Because there there's information we have from his diaries that he wrote that he gave to his son. So every time he met somebody. He hated them. Yeah. He met these talion people took care of him. And he was just like these spaghetti spaghetti Monster's. But I call spaghetti Monster's. He was so mad at everyone. Because all they wanted to be was in fuck in Bavaria with his weird little fishing pole. That had no gear on it. Which is somehow all the children fish with that in Germany. I mean, he's so disgusting. He probably wanted to be back in Oshawa. Yeah. I mean, he's oh, that's exactly what we do. That's his dream that was his on earth. Well, what his dream was. He would rather be back in. He would rather be interested professorship with Auschwitz. Signed him. That's what Mangla rhonette. That's where he wanted to be. Eventually that's where he thought he deserved to be. But instead he was visiting textile manufacturers hat in hand to see if there were any managerial positions open, but the only option that Mangla had there was something called a wool Comber on the factory floor. He's like cousin Eddy from from Christmas vacation. Oh, he he's holding up for a management. You lazy bastard so after languishing in the single room for awhile Mangla finally hooked up with some of the other Nazis who had made their home in Argentina and Mangla began. What was an infuriatingly easy decade? Yes. This is a part of it. That's really tough is that he started. He started making his way here he got into sorta working menial labor, which he hated. But then he he started getting into it. I was watching. It was fun part of the research was going through the rat lines was watching old timey datelines of Sam Donaldson discovering these old Nazis hanging out like going in meeting these eight year old, and they all have the same exact reaction where it Sam Donaldson. We like is your name William Frith, gut Bavaria. And it's just I'm going like the all have the same reaction of. No, no, no, no. No. No. No. No, no. Like, the cat that makes the weird noises the YouTube video that was there's a YouTube video you gotta check it out..
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"Italians for sure they like are Connie is doing great. What did you really? So well have a break. We'll win Mangla went to immigration, and the guy was on vacation Mangla tried making it through with just a bribe bribe got him thrown right in jail Mangla spent three weeks in Italian jail, but seemed to be more upset about the obscene graffiti on the walls of a cell than anything else. All these simply tints drawings penises on the walls. But nothing single one of them has the veins, and it's like they've never seen one simple little lines. But to Pinas if drone correctly. It's absolutely fascinating. So many. He must be upset too. Because it's hard to be in jail mate of pizza dough. You know, it's. I need out of it case long Italians alone, leave him alone. We got to be able to be back in that kind of Italy. Love it grapefruit who mangle also hated his cellmates whom he described as a gnome like street musician, a like gnome likes action, and a morphine addicted doctor in those people happen to be it was Bob Dylan is incredible. That he was even there that time bird way the way history comes together is incredible. And it was Jearl cubs whose real really hippies really it was a doctor in real life. This is none of this is fake. No, no. Of course. Not there is something great. There's a great irony though, that he's getting the papers, please. Yeah. He's being demanded his papers. He doesn't have him. There's some this is a little once again vengeance. Level. But just as Mangla was about to give up the immigration official who is supposed to have sent Mangla through showed back up from vacation act go whenever I'm going to go. I wasn't even supposed to be done away. And they come here because it's more fun. They'll be today. Imagine you still got sanding split law is wearing shorts. He's got he's still got the little thing on his nose for sunscreen. They also little dollop. He was on a three week vacation. Can't you long vacation? I'm not even upset with mangled. But what about the gnome like person? Just like I gotta get outta here too. You know, no one knows me play my flute. There's a happy medium between us Americans working constantly, and you know, three to four week vacations from the Italians there's there's a middle ground. We're working ourselves to death for no real reason whatsoever. But sure no real reason other than we demanded of each other..
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"We also started reducing sentences. We reduced the sentence of il-suk oke the bit you Bokan walled. What she will for the SS. She was remembered Elsa annoy her trial had partly inspired, Ed gains Macab creations. Yup. And we took her sentence from life in prison down at just four years. That's a huge drop. That's a gigantic drop. But she was late after those four years. She was immediately arrested again and try it again and was given another life. Sentence. And she hang yourself in prison in nineteen sixty seven at the age of sixty was that. That much of the b word that the prison guards are like can you get her out? If I can't have it's also a life sentence for us. If you think about it because we have to work with her everyday. Can we just reduce into four years? They were just trying. This is where we talk about. This is where things are difficult. We're going to get deeper into the hunt of these nonsense a part of it is you have to build like legal precedent, and you have to put together chargers you evidence any do all the shit. So when the these trials are really fucking complicated. It looks like the reason why Osama bin Laden is with SpongeBob in under see heaven is a part of trying to piece together. All of the bullshit would have taken a long period of time. Oh, yeah. But you could see how they so they were just trying to fuck whip these guys through right, right? Meanwhile, though, the mango family business Mangla and sons was thriving really doing well contracts coming through well rebuilding Germany meant that a lot of rubble had. To be removed to make money in seriously, the whole fucking thing. And it was like nothing better for clearing the destruction that occurred as a result of Nazi aggression than with a wheel barrel stamped with the name mangle. Oh, that's perfect. I just saw that the big pharmaceutical companies are taking on the opioid epidemic. It's the same thing. The problem solve your problem. They're so brave so brave and actually we got it wrong. In the first episode. They didn't rename the company Mangla and sons to rebrand they named it that because they hoped Joseph would one day be able to return to run the company with his brothers. The Mangla family actually believed that Joseph could wait up the heat until quote war crime fever settled down in Europe, Joseph Mangla, he CEO of mainland sons again, I don't know why they're investing so much in would Schepers there. Mostly just making chippers now what's best part about road. Chip is that it goes in one end, and it comes out the other ends completely. Nice. But in order to wait out war crime fever Joseph again, that's what they actually does. This vol- climb. Fivas's is going. Going to be everybody's gonna cool now don't worry about it. We'll give him some Togo. Tobu over there already. But in order to do that Joseph had to leave the country. So in nineteen forty nine Manggala decided to join thousands of other Nazis in Argentina. That seen some footage of weight and series from the nineteen fifties. It seems really nice why they wanted to go. Yeah. We're trying to plan a vacation down to Buenos Aires right now. Would you do? Or is it just in case? Are So you? are you taking the mangle of vacation package? You're going to go down there compartment and go see the beat you do all of this had nothing to do with Mangla. We were planning the art. Long before it even did subconsciously. Caroline is like where should we go for vacation this year? And you're like, I dunno. Buenos aires. Now, you guys know we here at last podcasts, we're pretty hardened against get scared. I'm pretty hard in general Cyril killers. No problem aliens. I'm not scared. You aliens come get me. I'm begging you to come get me. Please come get me. The one thing that does send a chilled on my spine. The fact that sixty six percent of men lose their hair by the age thirty five I'm being specifically targeted by this. And I'm scared. The spookiest thing about hair loss is once you've started to notice your hairline thinning? It's too late. You're in wig town, baby you, become John Travolta. All right. And you're doing a lot more than just hiding the secrets of the true nature of your family..
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"I don't know what do you like tickle them and ship and like. Like, the laughing at it were laughing. It was highly suspected that woods botch, the job on purpose because what's had a deep hatred for Germans and for Nazis in particular. Okay. That's probably healthy. It's healthy. And it's a good way to put. He's the one who really got it out of his system for everybody. They must have really been jealous him. He's the guy. I want to hear telling the stories at the bar, and then I fucked it up this way. Fucking dying. It's just the one fucking doing it as me John wooden. Even let me touch go into the kitchen. She says a move folks chewed up when I filled out my application, I allied never executed anybody before all should is like TV. After that in December the infamous doctors trials took place Twenty-three SS doctors, many of whom we discussed in our first two episodes were tried for conspiracy war crimes crimes against humanity and membership in criminal organizations. Those are just the broad strokes. Specifically the trials were about mass euthanasia, sterilization and human experimentation. And that's the things we only went through like Mangla experimentation last up. So we talk about like the shit. They did it Ravensbruck where they stuffed wounds with wood shavings gauze strips infected with bacteria. So they could simulate battlefield conditions to see what the best antiseptics word. He used to heal them. Yes. In trying to and also trying to figure out a way to use gigantic x Ray machines to sterilize people in one big go. Now is the idea a lot of the other side of all of his experimentation was trying to write your out how to sterilize whole pot. Relations of human being. And of course, the did perfect that technology. You can see it at the airport. Every time you go through security. Do not take. Oh, no, no. No. No, no, no. We have TSA listeners, and I don't wanna be fucking hassled right to do. Their job out of the twenty three doctors on trial seven doctors were sentenced to death while five were given life in prison. Even in the face of these verdicts, though, Joseph Mangla still tried to justify his actions. Even though his family knew that capture meant guaranteed execution. So the Mangla family went to great lengths to convince the American authorities. The Joseph was dead. Irene even went so far as to regularly. Go to the local Catholic church dressed in black asking a priest to pray for her dead husband soul in reality. Irene and their son. Ralph were visiting Joseph just about every I forget forgot to tell you that Joseph megaliths son is named rawal. Yeah. Why do you like what what if we would've? How do we make sure he spat absolutely won't know and Jim Henson actually stole the name for the beloved. A dog, which is unfortunate. I'm really sad. And Jim Henson was such a massive Mangla fan the puppets. And you can see his own obsession with creating little felt things that he could do whatever he wants to butt holes. I can see the connection. Yeah. Sure. I could see Kerman ogling himself in the mirror as well. Beautiful skin. Ireen Anderson Ralph they were visiting Joseph just about every other month down on the farm where Mangla was working. But since we Americans were starting to lose interest. And we were in charge of looking for Mangla. We believed the Mangla family and on January nineteenth nineteen forty eight Brigadier General Telford Taylor wrote typo and all we wished to advise our record show..
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"Helped Mangla get a job at a dairy and potato farm owned by a couple named George and Maria Fisher who had no idea who it was that was actually working for them, dairy and potato is the nastiest competence, far less smell just horrendous. It's just called. It's basically how to make gigantic Bavarian ankles fill yourself with a dairy and start. This is the beginning of Mangla slide into becoming a full on farm worker, and guess what? This city. Boy did not enjoy. What's that going too far this is so when we talk about vengeance? I mean form work is a respectable job of absolutely does not like it. So that's a little bit tiny little tiny little bit. I mean, it's just I mean it is a sliver. He couldn't be clean. No that's show. Right. He's called Mr. he's got one of those floppy, Hummel hats on and they're weird German overalls. He's covering than it's him. Just being like, I was an office. I was in charge of looking at all I had fires. I heard fighters, and they're all like him screaming at potato patches potatoes are grown no two's their tubers their route. Would you call me too? Outta here. You're tuber. Dubar you're being a real Glenn Borland, right leave my grandmother, alone sop, asking her for milk. So on the day Mangla arrived at the farm. He immediately took advantage of the Fisher's kindness by eating them out of house and home one Fisher brother said and this is a direct quote. He drank milk by the leader. I have never before seen a man who drinks so much milk this. He is such an asshole. Yeah. The key is just so they're welcome into his home. And then he'd drink all the milk tea, drink every bit of milk that they had milk used to be like an energy drink. Yeah. Now, we're not supposed to drink it anymore because the facts, but I still like it. Yeah. That as much Jackie though. Jackie drinks, a whole mango milk every night. Because really she's still doing you're supposed to get off milk. When you're an adult. It's bad for you. I love milk. You're supposed to be off of it. That's what you gotta call full glass of milk from now on though, if you wanna have milk had to call it a full Mangla, then we'll see how much you're drinking. Now, the fishers knew that Mangla was definitely a high ranking Nazi on the run because he'd getting given himself away with his educated Bavarian accent. And his smooth is sill cans jealous of my hands would be if I was at me. But I'm me, I'm Dr Mun. Roots? Cake. And. Roots of pancake Stein. Yeah. Company. All name come the Houston. Name you after the jobs you did. And my family. We used to put pancake Brexit into beer shine. Potential potatoes must be in order. I'm just here to ask you, not to drink all the milk. To the fishers Mangla, he was just a young German was down on his luck that they were helping out. They just didn't know that it was capital J capitalism. Yosef mingling. She's for four years Mangla woke up at six thirty.
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"Auschwitz a lot. Like, can you? Imagine how scary that becomes. Oh, Mangla Mangla arrived about fifty miles away from his hometown of gunzburg at the door of his friend. Dr Miller Mangla almost immediately said, quote, don't believe everything you'll hear about me. It's not true. And that's all how you always want to open friends per awhile. And they may be suspect you're guilty of like massive genocide of it's always good to start with. It was not it It was. was. That's a hell of an intro. They is those the people totally bought it. See too many people in post World War Two Germany, even if they weren't Nazis. They refused to believe the atrocities of the holocaust. Remember, these are people that have been fed a steady stream of Nazi bullshitting for years upon years upon they don't know what the fuck is true. And what's not it was also against all propriety in Germany. You never asked anybody what they were doing during the war. Because really the only way you can answer is doing the none on. I don't see anything done on just cover your eyes and ears. Yup. Yeah. But that was the that was the rule in Germany is that you didn't talk about the war until someone else brought it up first and that went and double with the ones down in South America. Because those were what if you people Germans and South America knew that if you were in South America, you were there for a reason. Did hang out at the beautiful beaches. Standing uruguay. These are gorgeous places with wonderful people. Great seafood, well to these people in Germany right after the war. The news coming out about the concentration camps was nothing more than allied propaganda. And this is just a trickle effects that was coming out over the airwaves. I mean, these people were still far away from even discovering the existence of things like the group and. Mangla was almost arrested that very night a doctor Miller's house, but not because the Americans were looking for Mangla. They were after Dr Miller some Mangla just hid in a back room in waited for them to leave put a lamp shade on his head. I know Dr Mangla jilts this very sexy. Lamp don't you onto seeds the smooth body of this lamp, a hairless untaped who'd sweet German or SEL? Thinking about him thinking about his skin is making my skin crawl. Oh, spiraled by the near-miss Mangla decided to leave that very night and travel to the part of Germany that was controlled by the Russians. So he could locate the nurse who is holding his Auschwitz notes because he figured by this point he was damn close to lose them. And there was no way in hell. He was going to lose it now. Well, after Mangla retrieved, the notes, he traveled to Munich where he stayed with an old war buddy for the next month moaning about how he was innocent. And that he'd never killed or hurt anyone according to Mangla all the prisoners who had participated in his experiments were volunteers who well compensated for their time and effort with extra rations and nicer quarters. Yeah. Look when I'm when my buddy was really broken college and went to do all those medical tests. Yeah. You just volunteered. Yeah. Man. You know, what though war stories are very fun to hear remember going to the bar when you were a kid you into your from like, the non people sit there, did you ever do that when you were growing up, no VFW and Stevens point was bad s and you just hear these incredible stories, and they all laugh at parts, and then we lost Donnie, and they laugh, and you're like what's funny about this. But it's very morbid conversation only if it's funny stories and not just the grumblings of a man. Trying to hide is war crimes. My uncle can't talk about Vietnam because he was put into a fuck, and we talked to bamboo cage for two years, and he came even go past the noodle shop like you free exempt like he'll throw a trash candidate bond me- store, especially in this Brooklyn. They're popping up like oh. And they're very good. Don't don't destroy those police who mangle his idea was to turn himself in in let his name be cleared at trial. But mangoes friend told him that that was a really fucking stupid idea..
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"And of course, after the announcement of Hitler's suicide it was followed by get the lead out Wednesday. Led Zeppelin rock block, which is always my favorite because they play the same song this to have those four Led Zeppelin every afternoon four PM because if not I am going to start hitting other cars with my car and the commute I know will soon after Hitler's suicide Mangla and his new unit crossed over into sex any and settled into a strip of land right in the middle of the Russians on one side and the Americans on the other likes so in order to kind of save his ass a little bit Mangla struck up a romantic relationship with a nurse and passed his Auschwitz notes to her for safekeeping. So it's nice to Mitchell. Name. Let's your name. Young young lady Glen, Glenda, Berlin. Two. Do you have his sister? Brenda borland. Animal names. I love about you said your eyes is so big and so blue I just thought to pop them out. You don't have to around put up a little bag to my boss, man, your romantic. Yeah. Yeah. Did pretty good with where he was getting laid. It's unbelievable. Throughout his life. He always did. Okay. Like, he was because he was honestly, and you could be charming. He had that psychopathic charm that he could turn on. There is something with the with the gap tooth some people. Love a gap tooth, Madonna. Never should've Madonna closer as up remember? Yeah. I don't think she should have well when Mangla past his notes to that nurse. He was more or less clean, and he was able to blend in with fifteen thousand other trap Nazi soldiers. And it I mingle at didn't even want other Nazis to know who he actually was one of the guys who eventually helped mangle escape knew almost immediately that Mangla was dirty though. Because everyday during roll call Mangla given different names because he hadn't remembered what fake name he'd given the day before y'all name has commandant Vince tin. Burger. Hamburger, actually. But did I say yesterday, I think it was a Colonel sausage? The idea yesterday. I was feeling Kerner sausage. Think you're just gonna naming yourself after what we had for lunch. No, no, no. You should be to my brother. Mr. Ronald stool, Amanda sitting opponents. He couldn't remember his own made up name is just different ones. They said he gave like five or six different one. Oh my God. But on June fifteenth American forces entered the forest where the Nazis were hunkered down and captured them Mangla included. No, I when the Americans asked Mangla who he was mangle a used the surname famous Bavarian artist. He is the name Hans Memling. It's a good fake name. Is it good Hans Memling spine? I dunno. It just seems like it seems like he's searching. Yeah. He's definitely searching. Yes. He is searching. New to running away. This is new. So this is he's going to learn and get better as he goes. And he's gonna get a fairly paranoid about it. I would hope so but an old friend who just happened to be in the same camp as Mangla convinced him that it was dishonorable to use an alias. It was beneath the behavior of an SS officer to use an alias you or a torture or from the movie hostile did this. Honorable honorable. It's dishonorable to lie. It's cutting apart twins. Yeah. Okay. And how did they compartmentalize their weird ass morality everything has to be like it's in the moment. This correct. Okay. So Mangla told cathodes his real name. He just didn't tell him his rank and said, yes, I am just Mangla. But he did not tell them. I am often SS officer. But the thing was nothing happened. Even after Mangla came clean. See when it comes to the end of World War, Two all us. See is footage of people in New York or London. They're kissing each other hugging they're holding parades. There's confetti everywhere. Everything fantastic. What we don't see. Usually unless we go looking for. It is the hellish chaotic underworld that much of mainland Europe had become over the previous S seven or eight years. What dog meat elucidated to me as we were going through this topic? Right. Because I wanted we were talking about covering the the crimes and the escape of Dr Mangla at some point dog meat was like do understand that this story overlap, some of the most complex issues of modern history exists and also it's like..
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"That is really, oh, it's that is really on than I. The toll time audience was actually the live studio audience. Oh is. Let me under around the camera. Oh, I should know. Before. Homey with start. They would say filmed in front of a live audience. And then wouldn't you believe it? Are they gonna pay a whole new audience already go when they're absolutely the toilet reclines? I mean, my God that audience that's the show within the show is at multiple. And that's what I would be there for for. This is the biggest Goldstar episode we've ever done, and it's important feeder member why when we do next week's episode with the Nazi-hunters why we searched for him so fucking hard and try to get him. And hopefully, if it's true theories of true that the massad drowned him and then left him on the beach. But I don't know if they do. Spoiler. I'm sorry. Massive liberal. We'll just talk about remember that. We're that. We're on these next. That's right. Yup. Next next episode. It's going to be a nice release from all of the rage, and and pain you feel right now. Well, as far as Mangla attitude towards all this went it was all just a part of the job. And it was a job that he absolutely adored. Once meek close he gotten a smudge of Greece on file, and he said that Mangla just gave him this wither and glance and very very seriously said, quote, how can you be so careless Fiske's files which I have compiled vis so much love with so much love exact with so much love twins. They weren't the only ones who are the subject of mangles experiments one experiment involved. Eight women and device that one witness described as quote, electrical machinery, the likes of which I had never seen the witness. Never saw what man. Gala actually did because the witness got the fuck out of the room as soon as Mangla entered because that's kind of what happened every time Mangla would enter a room. Everyone was terrified of them. So they would all find an excuse to leave as soon as they could. But this witness said that after a lot of screaming two of the eight women were dead five were in a coma and one was convulsing strapped to a cot. And there was Mangla discussing the results casualty with another doctor. The whole thing was done in the pursuit of testing, endurance. Just to see how far they could take the human body, which we saw unit seven thirty one because we covered in an episode not too long ago. They did this kind of thing too. But it's something also the personalities attached to this where Mengele was just so pleased. Yeah, just we're all the having to it. Everybody else was horrified at their hands of it. But he was there to be an excellent the other thing we didn't bring up was what that room looked like which also. Sound Fook terrifying? That it was a red concrete room that you go into it had a red floor and red walls with white. These the big moral slab in the middle of it. And he's white porcelain things. So it looked like a fucking look like superior my gosh. And then just having a cordial conversation in the middle of it. No. And these endurance tests, even extended these babies Mangla once covered a mother's breast with tape to see how long the baby could live without food. But the mother mercy kill the child rather than give mangled the satisfaction and signing her death worn as well. And other times there some of these things like I it just it can't I can't believe it like the they said that he stood on pregnant women stomachs until the fetuses were expelled, and is even to dissect it a one year old infant while the child was still alive like doesn't. Shit. I mean, like their shit that. Got that it's exaggerated, but their ship at like, you can look at some of those types of experiments that you're just like, I don't know if he did it. But I will say that if he felt that it could get his tongue deeper up Himmler's asshole. He would have done it. Yeah. So I don't put anything, Pat. I'm not gonna get the benefit of the on anything Evelyn up put in the middle of all this..
"mangla" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"No, it's not he was a villain within this hollowing town was run by Nazis. I would assure you that is a I mean, honestly fantastic film, Jack skeleton versus the Nazis is a fucking. I wanna see another movie. We don't know the political leanings boogeyman extremely possible that he was for some reason. I view the Halloween town is a vaguely innocent place. Was you happen to be a within that world extra? Spooky spooky. I know that the to face mayors amazing what I'm saying if it was real what did you do that was so awful? He was us trying to kill us. 'cause it's true. Right close. If you don't remember that Santa clauses a liar. First of all we will have to lie for him. I will I also blame Santa Claus. With the fact that we are burdened with the live his existence on on Halloween town in the movie Santa Claus is telling the truth. He give gifts we have the we have this shelve this before we get upset about this. Then about the holocaust good Lord. As horrifying as the scrotum tobacco. Pouch of laddis law daring is who is nothing compared to the collections of Joseph Mangla. He began his experimentation Auschwitz by seeing if he could change the pigmentation and children's is by injecting thirty six children into the eye with different colored dyes. Just a just a die that you might use on hair piece of clothing, he just popped a needle in. Oh and checked it just to see what would happen, right? And then he would sect the is. And he would send some to his boss to literally due to has an order for it to get in front of him lower. Because hamblur was a kind of dude. There was like I love this shit. This is what I want to see he'd part of it again was the cosmetic angle that mangle was trying to show because all of this. Was to him being like city. See how good I am. Yeah. But even before that I mean, that's the things that they didn't immediately like they didn't immediately murder them after this. We didn't tell there were infections. They waited until they were blindness because they were trying to see can we change the color of is just by injecting dye with a Neil. But as soon as the kids are no longer useful. As soon as they were like, okay. Well, we got all the information. We have they were gassed removed the is from the bodies witness. So that she later saw is children's eyes pinned like butterflies covering Awal. One of mangle is laboratories is. So it's it's it's everything's infuriating. But it's also just so stupid. Yeah. It is so dumb that. They think that they would be able to do this using off that they could though or if he was just justifying his sociopathic. You know, complete psycho mind and just saying like, what's he did? He really thinks this was gonna frigging work, dude. I think that the line is blurred here. I think that he began to believe that all of this was true. I think that as he was doing this. They say that time time again, he was a true believer. He was doing for the 'cause he also thought it was going to get him up to ranks. He thought that it was gonna pay off for him, especially doing the really dirty shit because he knew the Nazi's and his bosses loved the really fucked up stuff and he wanted to show him. How again how far he was willing to go. And you this is this is an example of a mad scientist from a horror movie legitimately was just using it as a playground to kinda just see what he was doing. Like he was inventing dorito flavors. I mean, absolutely it's fucking it's discussing this is just the beginning of the beginning of. Okay. I'm almost ready for another home improvement fact, if we could I think only got like one or two left, okay. Really? Maybe we could put ten more those. Well, these sorts of experiments they were all a part of mangles plan. Because in addition, the birthing aspect Mangla also is trying to establish which attributes disabilities were inherited genetically in which ones were -quired by lifestyle and environment. The advantage of using twins to study these sorts of things that one child in the pair could be used as a control group..
"mangla" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Now as we said last time when Mangla. Arrived in Auschwitz, he was already somewhat of a man apart because he was one of the few station there who had seen combat in the eastern front. In fact, many of the SS men at Auschwitz were in the camp specifically, so they could avoid going to the eastern front where there was a damn good chance. Again in your head blown off by a Russian if you didn't die of hypothermia. I this cowardice was actually one of the main threats that kept mouth shut in the camp. Because if you didn't like what was going on around. Yeah. There was always Stalingrad in December Mangla further distinguished himself. Almost immediately by the way, he handled a typhoid epidemic that was working its way through the Romani camp when he arrived see typhus is disease that thrives and overcrowded unsanitary environments, and since there was no place in the world, more overcrowded and unsanitary than Auschwitz. Typhoid, epidemics, were constant problem. Do yourself a favor and don't look up victims of typhus, which is. The thing that I did to try to understand exactly what it was. And it's just it's horrible. Just the worst Z just a fucking terrible Z's annual also on top of each other right Mangla. He hit the streets Auschwitz without Lincoln. I like Caroline in the city, and he knew I can handle this. I'm ready to go like he was fucking. He jumped right into trying to handle the prince handle the problem, and these people were still forced to work extremely sick. I have to say I if I get if I have a sneeze on a Monday. I'm not working until Wednesday. We do we've dealt with this before we know we know that your institution is fragile which is try we try to get those golden words out of you as quickly between your of sickness. We'll since there was no place in the world, more overcrowded and unsanitary than Auschwitz. Typhoid epidemics, were a constant problem and upon arrival Mangla have been put in charge of an entire block of prisoners that was going through a tie for it. Epidemic. So Mangla dealt with his first hyphen epidemic by ordering the execution of anyone even suspected of having typhus in all that order resulted in the deaths of six hundred people, and that was among the first things that Mangla did when he arrived. There was no slow burn. No progression. It was just boom six hundred dead immediately because he was dead on the inside. And he knew that he had to make a good impression on his superiors. He looked at this. Because before there were the people because you know, mental I had bosses too. You know, he had his boss Edward worth. That was the of the technically the head doctor of Auschwitz, and then host that was the ones above ham, and they were kind of like wringing their hands. But what to do about this thing and Mengele is just like oh v kills them. All and they're all like, this is the kind of breath afraid. Rewarded? They rewarded him for this horrible act day rewarded him constantly for everything that he did there and the.
"mangla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's easy to think of this as a quaint story from another time, the golden age of satanic panic, but imagine if an up and coming band today put out a song like slayers angel death. It's the first song on reign in blood, and it's about Nazis more specifically, it's about Joseph Mangla, the Nazi official doctor who performed horrific operations on prisoners at Auschwitz. Auschwitz meaning of pain the way that I want you to die slow death immense decay showers that cleanse you of your life. Slayer got asked about angel of death. A lot people wanted to know whether the band members were sympathetic, Nazis slayer thought this was ridiculous. All the lyrics are about how evil Mangla was sadistic surgeon of demise. They call him, but slayers aband- devoted to the proposition. That evil is fascinating that evil is kind of cool. You might even say that slayer glorifies evil, certainly that's what Bob Larsen would say. He'd say that's a terrible irresponsible thing to do. Even if you don't really mean it, especially then. We live in a time when lots of audiences are saying something sort of like what Larsen was saying that entertainers of all sorts should be accountable for the messages, they spread that they have a duty not to promote evil and to make it clear where they stand both slayer. It's not always so clear angel of death is an unsettling song. Because it feels like you're not just listening to a song about evil. You listen to a song that.