|05-13-2011, 03:21 PM||#1|
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US autoworker convicted of Nazi War Camp deaths.
OK - first the details then the fallout:
So, to summarize: a man enters into war to fight for his nation, is capture, chooses to serve as a guard to make his time as a POW a little easier, survives the war, turns his back on europe and communism for the green pastures of US Capitalism and at the ripe age of 91 is brought up on accessory to murder charges of 28,000+ Jews killed at a concentration camp he was at for six months despite there being no evidence he was involved in the killings in any way.
Let me just highlight one piece of what I just said:
"...no evidence he was involved in the killings in any way."
I mean, no disrespect to the Jews and Germans in the crowd, but what the flying fuck? Are we so brainwashed by holocaust horrors that we are going to shirk due process and just come after anyone with even a hint of Nazi scent on them? They literally ruled that because he was there, he was a participant in the murders. Might as well hang Hitler's mailman, because, you know, he could have killed Hilter over a hundred times before he rose to power.
I really don't get this. Furthermore, they are happy at this ruling, the ruling on no evidence I remind you, because it will allow them to reopen hundreds of other cases to bring to justice the lower cogs of the Nazi regime. You know. those evil 80 and 90 year olds who'll be all dead in a few years.
Just goes to show, if you're going to fight a war, your best to choose the side who'd going to win or be dead.
A simple souvenir of someone's kill
And like the sea
I'm constantly changing from calm to ill
Madness fills my heart and soul as if the great divide could swallow me whole
oh, how I'm breaking down
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