Justin Moyer, un redactor retardat de la Washington Post spune ca vom putea vana Nazisti pana in anul 2040. Jurnalistul a scris unul dintre cele mai ridicole articole si nebunesti din istoria jurnalismului.
El incepe prin a recita ridicola „treaba” despre cei „6 milioane gazati” de germanii cei rai. In acelasi timp arunca vina pe nemti ca au terorizat Europa timp de peste un deceniu. In realitate, evreii au fost cei care au terorizat Europa in timpul erei respective prin finantarea razboiului si prin promovarea degenerarii. Nationalismul Socialismul German a fost o reactie nationalista impotriva evreilor care desfasurau activitati subsersive si distrugeau societatea germana in timpul si dupa primul Razboi Mondial.
El mai spune ca unii soldati germani care au servit in timpul ultimului Razboi Mondial pot sa traiasca peste 115 ani, asta insemnand ca vom vana teoretic criminali de razboi nazisti pentru inca 26 de ani. Evident ca ceea ce spune mizerabilul este o incercare patetica de a justifica promovarea Holocaustului in continuare si mitul Nazistilor cei rai care traiesc printre noi.
Oamenii care au servit in Wehrmacht (nr. Armata Germana) in timpul razboiului sunt majoritatea morti in acest moment. Putinii care inca mai sunt in viata au deja 90-100 de ani. Nu are sens sa acuzi acesti batrani pentru simplu fapt ca au fost soldati cand natiunea lor a participat la un razboi acum peste 70 de ani. Desigur, asta nu a oprit evreii avand in vedere nebunia si rautatea lor.
Am vrea totusi sa stim din ce motive acest redactor nu se afla intr-un spital de boli psihice. Puteti remarca ca defapt el nu a verificat nimic si a recitat in articolul scris ce a fost invatat de evrei. In editorialul lui se observa cu usurinta exagerarile, minciunile si speculatiile bizare.
Mai jos va punem la dispozitie materialul original scris de un retardat in plina glorie:
They terrorized Europe for more than a decade.
They exterminated six million Jews.
Their empire ended in 1945 — before NATO, before Israel and even before the bombing of Hiroshima.
Yet even in the age of Obama, those who helped the Third Reich wage a world war keep popping up in unexpected places. One who allegedly served at Auschwitz was arrested in Northeast Philadelphia in June. And this week, Oskar Groening, 93, was charged in Germany with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder for helping guard the notorious death camp. Though Groening, the IB Times reported, denies committing crimes, he hasn’t been shy about discussing the horrors of Auschwitz. “I saw another SS soldier grab the baby the legs,” he told Der Spiegel in 2005. “He smashed the baby’s head against the iron side of a truck until it was silent.”
This genocide and those who perpetrated it have haunted history for generations. When will the last Nazi war criminal finally shuffle off this mortal coil?
Of course, there is no way to know. People die without reference to life-expectancy trends. And many Nazis remain unidentified, at large or in hiding — especially after recent legal changes in Germany made it easier than ever before to arrest and prosecute Nazi war criminals. Rabbi Marvin Hier, the founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, estimated last year there might be hundreds still living in the United States.
“I would have said thousands,” he told New York magazine, “but they’re in their eighties and nineties, and many of them may have died. So it’s very hard to give you an exact figure.”
But there is a way to guess.
First question: How old did someone have to be to commit a war crime in Nazi Germany? After all, soldiers younger than 18 served the Third Reich, including members of the Hitlerjugend, or Hitler Youth. Some members of the SS 12th Panzer Division Hitlerjugend, who assassinated more than 150 Canadian prisoners of war in 1944, were born in 1926, making them about that age, and German prosecutors have sought to charge other criminals that young. But 16 seems a better cutoff — a 16-year-old war criminal tried by a U.S. military tribunal at Dachau for the murders of three American airmen would have been born around 1928.
With Nazi-hunting entering its seventh decade, the age of those being hunted is a major factor.
“You have to take into account that at least many tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of men (and some women) were participants in these crimes at a relatively young age,” Efraim Zuroff, the director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Israel office, told New York magazine last year. “And that thanks to the progress of modern medicine, many live today to age 90 and above.”
But how long do Germans live on average? German records before the end of World War II aren’t reliable, but one researcher from Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands pointed out last year that life expectancy rose greatly in Europe during the 1920s despite the rise of fascism. The result? German men born around 1928 likely have a life expectancy of about 53 years, and German women born that year can expect to live longer. This means the last Nazi war criminal could have expected to die in 1981 — so Groening and other geriatric alleged Nazis are outliers.
Then again, some Germans live well-past 100. Augusta Holtz, who died in 1986 at 115, was once known as the world’s oldest person (though, for the record, she lacked a birth certificate).
So if a German war criminal — one even younger than the relatively young alleged Auschwitz guards targeted by German prosecutors last year — somehow breaks Holtz’s record, we’ll be hunting Nazis until 2043 and beyond.
Unless that Nazi is, say, of another nationality with a longer life expectancy — such as Dutch, as Dutch life expectancy for those born in 1928 is about 10 years longer.
Certainly, there’s no lack of interest in bringing war criminals to justice, even 70 years after their heinous acts. If anything, approaching death makes the hunt more urgent.
As German prosecutor Kurt Schrimm told reporters last year: “The biggest enemy is time.”
Articol de M.T. – Redactia Nationalisti.ro
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