https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2021/04/08/how-did-ibm-enable-the-holocaust.aspx?ui=9a5a9783c0e14a9229346e265becd2d34f79822c53171cf2d433d3c43cd090f1&sd=20210107&cid_source=dnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1HL&cid=20210408_HL2&mid=DM852250&rid=1127682758

This is essentially the modern-day version of the punch card system — the forerunner to digital entry on computers — that IBM developed for the Nazi regime, which allowed them to create a census of Jews and other undesirables, who could then be identified, tracked and sorted into groups slated for incarceration or extermination.

“In the upside-down world of the Holocaust, dignified professionals were Hitler’s advance troops. Police officials disregarded their duty in favor of protecting villains and persecuting victims.

Lawyers perverted concepts of justice to create anti-Jewish laws. Doctors defiled the art of medicine to perpetrate ghastly experiments and even choose who was healthy enough to be worked to death — and who could be cost-effectively sent to the gas chamber,” Black writes.

“Scientists and engineers debased their higher calling to devise the instruments and rationales of destruction. And statisticians used their little known but powerful discipline to identify the victims, project and rationalize the benefits of their destruction, organize their persecution, and even audit the efficiency of genocide.”