Human Logs: 106-Year-Old Con Artist Claims Nazis Used Burning Corpses to Fuel the Water Heater

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 27, 2019

This sonovabitch isn’t even Jewish.

But he sure has made a good living lying about people who lost a war and had no ability to defend themselves.

I’ve heard some good Holocaust hoaxes in my time. Uh I… I love a good lampshade, Jewish skin lampshade and soap- Jewish fat soap and a masturbation machine. Uh that is hot stuff, you can hear about it from- from a number of different Jews.

But I’m pretty sure this is the first time I’ve heard of burning corpses being used to fuel a water heater.

Mirror Online:

Boris Pahor still remembers the blissful sensation of hot water hitting his body in the shower.

His thin, striped jacket and threadbare trousers were no protection against the -20C chill and, with nothing but fear in his sunken belly, he felt the cold constantly.

So being able to rub his frozen limbs with a hard bar of soap under those steaming jets felt like heaven – in the midst of hell.

Boris was being disinfected against typhus at Natzweiler, a little-known death camp in the Vosges mountains in Alsace, France.

And the water making him feel almost human was heated by a furnace burning the bodies of some of the 22,000 prisoners exterminated there.

Boris, at 106 the oldest known survivor of a Nazi concentration camp, recalls the moment in his extraordinarily poetic memoir, Necropolis.

He wrote: “The body loves the countless warm tongues that lick it and the memory of the night mountain air vanishes for a while.

“We forget that beneath the shower room is an oven and that night and day a stoker heaves human logs into it.

“Even if the bodies think that soon they might be used to heat the water, the pleasure offered by this wet warmth is not lessened.”


He literally used the term “human logs.”

For those unaware, the human body is 60% water. Meaning it takes a lot of fuel to burn one. You can’t use bodies as fuel. The mechanics of what he is describing are nonsensical.

Obviously, the same furnace being used to burn bodies could be used to heat water (though that wouldn’t be a situation of “human logs,” because heat energy is lost, not gained, in the burning of bodies). But the logistics of putting a shower on top of a massive furnace burning bodies is idiotic. Everyone would know what was going on, there would be a horrible stench, and it would be in no way efficient.

If it worked, then why didn’t every camp use this method? Why are we only hearing about it from this one professional liar?