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Originally posted by billdadobbie
strange this holohoax is the only time in history that it is illegal to look into .simon weisel ? more than a few people have shouted him out for being in 7 death camps and the bloke will not show his tatoo ? strange that a man who was in the camp would not shake the hand of simon the weisel calling him an imposter . ps it is against the geneva convention to target a civilian population in war which was the first thing that churchill did does that make him a war criminal nuff said
Originally posted by seagull
What about the millions who didn't get to live ninety three years? Do they not deserve something?
Those children who didn't get to see, oh say, their ninth year, much less their ninth decade...
Vengeance? Not necessarily a bad thing, sometimes... How many millions did men like this animal murder? How many more had they not been stopped?
Justice is sometimes slow, but it generally comes along at some point. Vengeance and justice sometimes come in the same package.
Originally posted by Hopechest
Its all about the money now really.
Originally posted by MaxSteiner
All the more troubling as there were specific war crimes carried out by the allies during WW2 which noone was ever held accountable for - like the firebombing of Tokyo or Dresden.
WW2 is perpetually presented as a simplistic black and white morality play where the good guys win and the bad guys are vanquished - subverting the actual important lessons to be learned, all so we never have to think about the morally questionable acts in which we engaged
Originally posted by peck420
Justice, peace, blah, blah, blah, none of those words belong in this thread. This is about vengeance and denial, nothing more.
If we actually tried everybody that took part in a 'crime against humanity' (using the definitions as used against this man), there isn't one country from the war that wouldn't have thousands on trial.