> The Nazis industrialized murder.
> Like, the US has it's own track record of human rights violations (mostly abroad, but we're definitely flirting with the concept domestically as of late), but we still have yet to reach a point where we start making supply lines providing a constant supply of condemned or have entire factories dedicated to death.
I would argue the lack of tight regulations and lack of enforcing existing regulations in many areas in the US is industrialized death, just with trying to squeeze out work force while condemning people to a slow early death.
As an example, how many areas, how many millions of people in the US have unsafe
drinking water? It's one of the things i encounter repeatedly where people are baffled at the notion of drinking tap water or even worse drinking unfiltered tap water.