The opportunity is as favorable as never before. Intention to drink blood. Vampires could not have done any better. Wars between them and the werewolves have been better where fantasy has run amok on paper. The blot of shame, the far cry of bones and burning heaps of humans and the never ending tales of when words made the trigger spill blood like a diarrhea patient spills vomit out or the Niagara shows her mighty self, they left a mark on the way speeches motivated heads and people took lives. The remarkable speech was remarkable in every sense but its intent. The most malafide executioner’s speeches of all times.

A prison wall, Leszno, Poland on October 1939 reverberated with gun shots and when the commander of the mission of mercilessness was asked where his orders were. He replied with the speech. Obersalzberg Speech. 1,200 Poles murdered in retaliation for the death of one German officer and two German officials. Forced labors camps in Siberia, too full to care. It was all about lebensraum. Hitler wanted expansion by destruction. He wanted to build lives on death. To indemnify people on damned lands. Too much power in too few a men and this is what history paved us to see. When Friedrich Ratzel had coined the word lebensraum, least would he have had thought about its usage and its impact. Genocide saw its cradling in the Obersalzberg Speech. The thumping and the cheers of soldiers who wanted to wipe out heads to conquer lands could not echo as loud as the speech rained on the hearts and souls of the ones who were going to feel the wrath of an ideology which was beyond human nature and endurance. Such a speech should never have been spoken.

And now, on to the enemy, in Warsaw we will celebrate our reunion. Genocide followed reunions and these were those reunions where there was no unity and no happiness and just ambushed mortality. Fake win and flake joys. Nations watched in horror, but the speech knew what it had started. It was fire and it was fiercer than any fire. Horror and terror are too magnificent words to describe the speech.

Send to death mercilessly, men and women and children. Obersalzberg would never be famous for anything but a speech. A speech which casts shame upon its residents today. It screams death and despair. A search for synonyms to develop an air of sadness in words cannot be paired by even all the dictionaries and thesauruses brought together. That’s the power of words be told and speech unfolds. Thousands of stories lie in the graves with their mysteries and their own little secrets. The speech is the witness of the beginning and the end. The tool of mass killing was not guns and ammunitions and headstrong men but the power of a speech. Ruthless and disturbing, they are now the talk of conference halls and burial ceremonies and contests. When in those dark days, the speech gave away to tankers and body full boilers making their way up to the mass cemeteries- nothing could compare to the stench they left in the air. It would still be there. That is how un-magical the voodoo of death is. Death is not genocide by number of bodies sent to damnation but by the number of souls it seeps in and the number of people against humanity and peace.

We intend to introduce a great resettlement policy. The creativity of these lines is so raw and subtle. Can something be as raw as and more subtle than this?

Racial killing, massacre, wholesale slaughter, mass slaughter, indiscriminate killing; mass murder, mass homicide, mass destruction, annihilation, extermination, elimination, liquidation, eradication, decimation, butchery, bloodbath, bloodletting; pogrom, ethnic cleansing, holocaust, Shoah; literary slaying; rare battue, hecatomb- all the words uttered which sync with this speech. Syntactic combination of lexicals and names that are drawn from very large vocabularies is the definition of speech. How unlikely that some chosen vocabularies created such impacts in different times of history that human mind was paralyzed beyond doubt on the fact that where Martin Luther uttered words to free blacks of slavery , Hitler used words to shackle peace in dungeons and public roads turned into graves.

April 24 is vouched as National Day of Remembrance of Man’s Inhumanity to Man. A speech is the face of those millions who died. No names, number or status and age – just a speech. Hitler was aware of the Armenian genocide and he used that knowledge to his benefit. A benefit which cannot equal any other benefit ever. Erinnern Siesichdoch an die Austrottung Armeniens. The 'Age of Totalitarianism' saw its engagement with blood thirsty lines spoken out of hatred and anger. "The 8 Stages of Genocide" by Gregory Stanton was itself decoded in the speech. It had all the essentials of being called the instigation of an extraordinary kind which took lives even before it actually took lives. Antipolonisme attributes leading to whitewashing of the polish was more cornered in Hitler’s speech of death and genocide than in its actual insinuation. Rafael F Scharf titles, “the two saddest nations on earth: a polish Jewish octogenarian looks back and forward” and she concludes well enough- there is future but it’s marred by a speech. Unforgettable and painful as the past is- a speech can only live till it lasts, not forever. It then becomes a memoir. Those who survived against the speech will know the worth of each word said and each action which got deployed to fulfill promises of hate and madness.