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DRESDEN, Germany – In a solemn rendezvous with history, President Barack Obama will visit a scene of the 20th century's great European horror to make an urgent point about the fear that still stalks its survivors.
After meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel in this city crushed by allied bombing in World War II, Obama was to fly by helicopter Friday to the Buchenwald concentration camp, where an estimated 56,000 people perished. Most were Jews — worked to death, shot or hanged by Nazi guards.
The visit comes on the eve of commemorations in France of the 65th anniversary of the Allie
Originally posted by wwssii
after expressing the opposition to isreal's settlement policy in WEST BANK in his Cario's speech, Obama has to do something to soothe the jews' nerves since Isreal is not listed on the schedule of Obama's visit to ME.
politically smart move.
Originally posted by redhatty
I just hope he's not going there to learn how efficiently the Nazis ran the extermination camps so he can duplicate it with today's technology here
Originally posted by bobbylove321
No one thinks the Holocaust didn't happen. They just think it didn't happen the way in which Israel says it did.
I can't really blame them either. I mean it was not a few short months ago when Israel was lying to the world about the Palestinians being a threat when in reality the suppressors and the Nazi's were the Zionists themselves.
So how can you believe anything they say?
You can't. They are all liars.
There were over a hundred million deaths, and less than 3 million Jewish (maybe even less). It's actually been proven that there were never 6 million Jews in Europe at that time anyways, which makes the whole "6 million Jews dying" completely false.
Originally posted by ZeroKnowledgeAs for Obama's behaviour in general - i think that so far it is positive, he clearly wants things to calm down on every front , and US can only gain from it.
[edit on 5-6-2009 by ZeroKnowledge]