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Army Recruiting Leader Awaits Judgement After Using Nazi Death Camp Motto in Memo
Maybe if you sang this, you'd still have your job, ZOGbot.
A U.S. Army Recruiting Command leader has been suspended for allegedly using the notorious phrase that hung over the entrance to a World War II Nazi death camp in a memo to encourage recruiters to sign up more recruits.
The "Truth of Army Recruiting" Twitter account recently posted a snapshot of the memo, which included the phrase "Arbeit Macht Frei [Work Will Set You Free]" and promised days off to recruiters for bringing new soldiers into the service.
In the memo, the company commander allegedly promised that "1 contract=No Saturday Work Days," and 2 contracts=1 Company Token for a day off."
If you write 6 contracts or more...you are a god and I will make a shrine for you," the memo read.
"Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy."
--Henry A. Kissinger, jewish politician and advisor