posted on Feb, 23 2003 @ 12:44 PM
"I want you to remember that there is no difference between killing a jew, a cow, a chicken or any other form of life. You, average domesticated ape,
are no better than anyone else on this planet, in fact most are probably worse. "
If there is no difference, then what difference does it really make? We kill them, they kill us, it is all part of the natural order of things. Do
you really want to split hairs here?
I'm getting really tired of the "holocaust" continually being used as the exemplar of human atrocities. Anyone else? Why can't we leave these
things in the past? Of course, as they are brought up I guess it is only fair to mention others! Despite what the media would have us believe there
have been numerous holocausts in history. In fact there was another one in WWII:
"On the 13th February 1945, 773 Avro Lancasters bombed Dresden. During the next two days the USAAF sent over 527 heavy bombers to follow up the RAF
attack. Dresden was nearly totally destroyed. As a result of the firestorm it was afterwards impossible to count the number of victims. Recent
research suggest that 135,000 were killed but some German sources have argued that it was over 250,000. Whatever the figure, it was probably greater
than the 51,509 British civilians killed by the Luftwaffe during the whole of the Second World War and the 70,000 immediate deaths at Hiroshima after
the dropping of the first atom bomb on 6th August 1945."
Or how about the murder of 800 civilians at Sabra and Shatila in 1982? This incident earned Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon the title, "The
Butcher of Beirut".
"I want you to remember that there is no difference between killing a jew, a cow, a chicken or any other form of life. "
Lets give them all equal time, shall we?