Last edited by madaghmire; 2012-12-07 at 07:10 AM.
Oh, and I'm not calling for anyone's blood either. I'm saying that he shouldn't be able to evade trial.
This one is machine and nerve, and has its mind concluded.
if it talks like one, and looks like one.......It is rather despicable to see you label my position (which is mainstream in Germany and most of the United States) as "fanatical" or something.
Still are. =(Your grandma lived under Pinochet? You're Chilean? There were a lot of bloody dictators in SA.
I'm venezuelan, but my grandma was from Chile, and lived under the regime of that madman and the zealots that supported him (yes, shockingly, dictators can rally frenzied crows of fanatics, who knew?)
Today we live under a different madman surrounded by equally overzealous fanatics (Chavez) but that's something for another topic, and doesn't have anything to do with this, so I'll drop it.
I'll just stop trying to argue with you, as I see I'm not about to make you change your stance, I said my piece, that what is being done to that man isn't right, nor fair, and with that, I take my leave.
Before I do so, I'll remind you of one thing: You can take monkeys out of the jungle, but you can never take the jungle out of the monkey. Someone who is a killer, and enjoys killing will continue to be a killer. That man was a guard at a concentration camp against his will, and, had he been a killer, chances are he would had continue to do so after moving to a new place, but he chose to live an honest life, as a productive citizen, which speaks far more about him than about other former soldiers who go on to become mercenaries/terrorists/criminals.
Let that sink in.
Por que odiar si amar es mas dulce? (*^_^*)
EDIT: Also, I never claimed to be qualified to judge the man, nor have I made judgements for or against him. I relayed facts about the time period, as most other posters have done, but you refuse to even acknowledge the credibility of their statements because they don't mesh with your distorted personal views on the subject. You, on the other hand, have both judged him, and claimed that you are qualified to do so. I merely want you to explain to us why. You can't. Because you aren't.
Tell me more about how I'm incapable of debate.
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"Prepare for the unknown by studying how others in the past have coped with the unforeseeable and the unpredictable."
"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking."
General George S Patton
He should be held responsible for what he did. I don't think age should matter in a case like this.
He did what he did, You always have a choice i guess he chose the wrong one.
If the guy was in Wehrmacht sure let him go, but SS? Daymn, makes for a whole bigger argument for deportation.
I'm having mixed feelings about this, and definitely wouldn't want to be making the judgement on this one.
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But fear makes you do a lot of things you normally wouldn't do. But i guess i cannot help feeling that in the end it will always be up to you.
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