The largest flaw I know of is that an jewish US service man that acted interrogater were eledegly allowed to beat up prisoners during interogations and that Albert Spear had a lenient verdict cos he showed responsibility and regret (if it was authentic is another question).
It was irony ;-)
The truth is, I'm more baffled as to how a person can achieve such a status in a legal democratic system uttering her stupidity like that in front of a journalist.
As former Israeli foreign secretary Abba Eban quipped, “There’s no business like ‘Shoah’ business.”
Having a case like this in the media helps us to remember the Holocaust. And importantly to give to some money to the varies organizations, institutions, and museums. Whose directors need to make six or seven figure salaries to help us remember.
And never mind those still living survivors, some of whom live in poverty. We need to build another memorial in Milwaukee or Omaha.
Also Mao killed an estimated 50-70 million chinese during his various purges and revolutions. When will the US prosecute the guards or enforcers of those re-education camps. I mean 50 million people... atleast one guards must have emigrated to the US. Or some Imperial Japanese soldier that contributed to the Rape of Nanking.
Those us attorneys are slacking off.
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As long as Israel/Palestine have a propaganda struggle, Israel will try its best to find old Nazi connection, to be able to use the guilt card in the propaganda.
Rofl, I am surprised that I am still being quoted this late into the thread. I suppose pure justice does not resonate well with some people around here.
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Also, many Jews who were actually there in the camps felt bad for the guards, an example being (I don't remember the source), the prisoner felt bad for the guards, because as long as the prisoners worked for the most part, they would live even under harsh conditions and there would be eventual intervention. If the guards refused, they'd be killed on site.
Read a book you imbecile.
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There are a lot of people in this world who deserve the death sentence, most of them are protected due to the fact that the nation they belong to is too powerful or connected for them to even think about it.
There have been so many atrocities and crimes against humanity committed but a good 90% of them are ignored for whatever reason. But the fact that they are ignored shows that the moral high ground has been lost by those who are persecuting.
England, US, Russia. China, Turkey, Israel.... They get totally ignored because they're too well connected and powerful. Granted not sure why Turkey got away with their genocidal behaviour but damn dont lose a war or your really in trouble.
Equal justice is not equal it really isnt. It seems more important to not get caught, or have friends who will protect you.
so this guy was a guard. i havent yet seen any evidence or witness. Only a accusation, based on nothing but the fact he was a guard at a nazi camp.
I dont know about other countrys militarys, but in the country i live in guards are supposed to stop people who brake military rules. This also implys to shoot, if u cant stop the fleeing guy / the unauthorized entering guy with yelling , warningshot.
Actually, as a soldier on guard duty u HAVE to shoot this guy, if he doesnt follow your command , ignores the warning shot, and proceeds entering / fleeing from military area.
We dont even know if he shot fleeing prisoners. we dont know if he shot anyone. The only thing we know, he was a guard at a camp were jews were murdered. Could he stop his duty? yes, he could have run away, deserting meant death sentence. he could have requested to transfer to fighting troops , at eastern front.
Any sane german would have been very pleased to not be at eastern front, but having a guard duty on a camp.
the only valid accusation i can make to mr. geiser is that he wanted to survive the war.
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