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[OC] Cubeman # 353 Tomb for a Nazi 01-Oct-2021

[OC] Cubeman # 353 Tomb for a Nazi 01-Oct-2021

Another cool comic posted by CubemanWebcomic, originally seen on Reddit.

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  1. Cubeman # 353 Tomb for a Nazi 01-Oct-2021

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    A figure sits on a toilet, giving the middle finger to the ground below. The toilet empties into a grave, in which another figure lies. The figure has a swastika where its head should be and makes a “thumb’s up” gesture. Excrement falls down the shaft from the toilet and piles onto the swastika-headed figure’s chest.

    Caption 1: “Helmut Oberlander (1924–2021) was Canada’s last Nazi war criminal. An ethnic German native of the Ukraine, he joined the Waffen SS soon after Operation Barbarossa and served in Einsatzkommando 10a, a unit specifically tasked with rounding up and murdering people (mostly Jews) in German-occupied territory. He served as an infantryman in the Wehrmacht in the last two years of the war.

    “After the war, he lied about his wartime activities to obtain Canadian citizenship. He became a wealthy real estate developer in Canada’s very German city of Kitchener-Waterloo, ON and raised a family. He gamed the system since the 1970s to avoid deportation but his citizenship was once and finally revoked months before he died, 97 years old.”

    Caption 2: “Oberlander was never deported and he never faced justice for his war crimes. Untold thousands of European Jews were denied asylum in Canada before the war. This puts Oberlander’s fate into a harsh light.

    “His lawyer proclaimed he died ‘surrounded by loved ones.’ Whatever the motive, saying this when the 200,000 people killed by his unit had no such luxury only comes across as cruel, almost like a middle finger (or stiff-armed salute) aimed at the Canadian Jewish community and at the families of Holocaust survivors worldwide.

    “The only fitting memorial to such a man would be to place a public toilet above his grave so that people may defecate and urinate onto him. In this way, to return excrement to excrement until the end of time.”