Indian funeral pyres depicted on MSM TV insufficient to burn large numbers of Covid victims

Letter to the Editor

Hi Cairns News, As the footage of the open air crematorium fires in India continues to circulate, I can’t help but wonder about a few things that absolutely do not make sense about that whole scenario. I live in the country and I regularly make burn piles out of all sorts of green waste. I would say I’m pretty experienced when it comes to building a decent bonfire. I’ve been observing the footage of the makeshift crematoriums in India, with piles and piles of burning wood everywhere, and a few things don’t make sense about what I’m seeing.

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Multiple funeral pyres of victims of COVID-19 burn at a ground that has been converted into a crematorium for mass cremation in New Delhi, India, Saturday, April 24, 2021. Indian authorities are scrambling to get medical oxygen to hospitals where COVID-19 patients are suffocating from low supplies. The effort Saturday comes as the country with the world’s worst coronavirus surge set a new global daily record of infections for the third straight day. The 346,786 infections over the past day brought India’s total past 16 million. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

For a start, the piles of wood don’t seem like they would be burning anywhere near hot enough, or long enough, to effectively cremate a fresh, wet, human body, full of juice. They would be having to add copious amounts of wood over a pretty lengthy period in order to reduce a fresh corpse to ash. It can be done, sure, but it would take a while. The piles of wood aren’t very large. Some of them barely seem large enough to cover a single human body. So are they burning each body individually like that?

That’s got to be a really inefficient way of doing things. The amount of fuel it would require would be immense. Also, there seems to be people walking around amongst the burning piles. Are they seriously walking around in the fumes of burning dead bodies? Dead bodies which are technically a bio-hazard? Bodies that died, due to a highly infectious, highly lethal virus? Is that how they dispose of what should be considered contaminated, potentially infectious, bio-hazardous waste?

With barely more PPE than a plastic face shield and what looks like basic surgical or cloth masks? Shouldn’t the bodies be going into some kind of closed incinerator with proper exhaust vents, if they died of such a nasty disease? Wouldn’t that be a bare minimum requirement, to ensure that any viral matter would be properly destroyed? The method of disposal seems incredibly inefficient.

Imagine the toxic pollution that would be creating. Shouldn’t they be ensuring that it is kept at a certain minimum temperature, for a certain minimum amount of time, in order to properly destroy any viral particles, and ensure the bodies are 100% cremated? It really is all for show, isn’t it. I can’t incinerate weed seeds on my property because it’s not a reliable enough method of disposal.

But they can just pile a bunch of wood on top of a dead body, which should be regarded as contaminated, potentially infectious, biohazardous waste? Now I’m just a country bumpkin but that right there, doesn’t add up whatsoever. You know how much trouble I’d get in if the local council thought I was disposing of pig carcasses like that? Yeah….

A Monck

Queensland

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Posted on April 28, 2021, in Covid vaccines, Covid-19, General and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. THOMAS COLLINS

    WELL THATS HOW THEY DO IT.. I have watched this in FIJI,

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  2. The photo looks like a Staged Event (no clue as to when or where it was staged)…

    Remember the cops on horses at Sydney beach to clear the beach ? Camera crews were
    already positioned for the “News” event…

    Remember how in New York: unclaimed bodies in the morgue are held for 90 days as a rule before disposing (burial), but were held for only 30 days so a Mass Burial could be staged…

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  3. Yeah it all seems a bit dodgy.Ed

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  4. Not enough wood on each to properly burn one body. We burn dead cattle, sheep and feral pigs of all sizes and it is very hard to get a complete burn even with a great amount of firewood. Often takes a few days with half a tonne of wood for one animal.

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  6. I recently had 5 muscovy ducks die after drinking water that had a dead cane toad in it.. Disposing of the bodies in an incinerator took a couple of days and still the blow flies found something of interest there, so, no, all bulldust.

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  7. Richard Noakes

    Used to burn witches at the stake, years ago and that was about the amount of wood to get the job done, I would have thought.
    Indians in India, are divided into 3 casts and the lowest cast is the one that gets all of the sh*t jobs to do and I don’t expect they know anything about the virus, its contagion or anything else and I expect the funeral pyres are in the lower casts burning areas, so the other casts probably think a few more or less, here or there does not really matter, as there are always plenty more lower casts, to replace them.
    I “may” have a new Indian from India and if it works out, I will ask her the questions you raise and get her take on it.
    See: Why the World Should Be Alarmed About India’s New “Double” and “Triple” Mutant Covid-19 Strains – 1 in every 3 people getting Covid from that and vaccines are not working to suppress it.
    Coming here, sometime soon?????
    Richard

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  8. Indians don’t care if a body is burned to ashes or not, they throw half burned bodies into the Ganges and other rivers where they bloat and float, or are eaten by stray dogs and wild animals.

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  9. You are commenting on a country that is still very backward in many ways. However, some of the points you make are valid. Burning bodies like that doesn’t make sense. I have seen funeral pyres in Bali and they certainly needed much more wood, piled in a rectangular shape about six foot high to burn the bodies. It’s quite unnerving to see a body being burned like that and suddenly it sits up! This is an effect of the fire’s heat on the body’s sinews being contracted. Putting bodies on teepee-shaped piles of wood like that, or even under them, seems to be a very inefficient and stupid way to dispose of them. But that is India, after all.

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  10. truthtellertonni

    I have friends in India. They say it’s all bullshit. No one dying and the photos are from a fews years back when there was a gas leak i think they said.

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