Christians For Truth.com By CFT Team Fri. May 01, 2020
Apparently the inability of crematories in the New York metropolitan area to handle the surge in demand caused by the COVID-19 “pandemic” is causing many people to start questioning how the Germans could have possibly cremated literally ten thousands of dead Jews every day for almost three years straight using much more primitive facilities:
The pandemic has also created a cremation bottleneck. Funeral homes across Westchester and Rockland counties typically use two crematories, at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale or Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx.
In the Metro New York area, in addition to Ferncliff and Woodlawn, there is Green Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, U.S. Cremation Company in Middle Village, and St. Michael’s Cemetery in East Elmhurst…
Staff at the crematory at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale has been working 16- to 18-hour days to handle a spike in demand in the coronavirus outbreak….doubling its normal number of cremations, said Phil Tassi, a member of the cemetery association’s board of directors and president of the New York State Association of Cemeteries.
Despite the long hours, there’s still a two-week backlog at Ferncliff, Tassi said… “We’re running at full capacity, roughly 20 cremations a day,” he said. “Our average would be 11 in normal circumstances.”
Ferncliff has five cremation chambers, called retorts, and Tassi explained that a cremation can take anywhere from two-and-a-half to seven hours.
The burial side of Ferncliff’s business is no less busy, with burials up 300% from normal, Tassi said. The crematory backlog has kept funeral directors on the phone, trying to find space wherever they can…
That bottleneck has put Flower on Interstate 95 to Camden, New Jersey, twice this week, transporting six bodies in need of cremation.
“I called every crematory within 100 miles: Upstate New York, Connecticut, New Jersey,” Flower said. “And I couldn’t find anybody that could accommodate me right away.”
Camden is 112 miles from Yonkers, but, for Flower, the four-hour round trip has been the difference between action and inaction, between clearing cases and not. Ferncliff’s two-week backlog won’t work for him.
“I can’t wait two weeks because that’s two weeks from the cases I have now,” he said. “What if I get five more, which I’ve been doing about every single day? I get five to 10 more a day. I’ve been turning people away because I can’t clear the cases I have.”
His funeral home has two refrigerators to hold bodies to be buried weeks from now and he converted one of his chapels into a temporary morgue, dropping the air-conditioning to 45 degrees while those bodies await burial “in the next couple of days.”
In order to have cremated over 1.5 million Jews in the short span of two and a half years at Auschwitz, the evil “Nazis” needed to cremate 20,000 Jews per day, according to mainstream “official” and “reliable” sources, such as Wikipedia.
There were only five crematoria in Auschwitz with three ovens each, totally 15 ovens — each oven could handle only one corpse at a time.
Modern crematories can cremate a corpse in 2 to 7 hours, so it is safe to assume that the crematories at Auschwitz took at least that long, perhaps much longer given their more primitive design.
At 2 hours per corpse, that means each oven could cremate only 12 bodies per 24-hour day. With all 15 ovens working, that means the maximum capacity of cremation at Auschwitz per day would have been 15 X 12 = 180 cremations per day.
Yet somehow those ingenious Germans managed to cremate 20,000 Jews per day in ovens whose maximum capacity was only 180.
Too bad there are no “Nazis” around to help these funeral homes in New York handle all these extra cremations.
Just asking these common sense question will land you in prison in many countries in Europe. These questions are considered “hate”.
Truth is “hate”.