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Nazis Camps

The following is a brief statement about what actually happened at war camps under the Nazis.
"In those days, to be a Jew in Nazi-occupied Europe meant that a man would be dragged from his home, put into a train with thousands of others, deported to a distant camp with or without his wife and children, beaten, starved and humiliated for a few days or weeks of forced labor, after which his emaciated, wrecked and shambling body would be scientifically asphyxiated, his hair shaven off to make mattresses, his bones crushed and melted down to make soap. The gold fillings from his teeth would be assembled to sustain the declining German war effort. His wife and children would be submitted to similar agonies, tortures and murders in specially constructed camps. Particularly unbelievable but patently true was the fact that a million Jewish children were being flung into furnaces and burned to death."
Let me get this straight, in Nazis camps men, women and children were turned into slaves, tortured and murdered, and then their remains were turned into mattresses and soap. Very gruesome indeed, yet some people like to compare what the Nazis did at their camps, to what is currently happening at Gitmo under the Americans. For the life of me, I fail to see how that is a realistic comparison.


Friend of USA said...

Where is this from Bob?

I know that statement is true, but there are people ( moonbats are people too you know...) out there who either don't believe it was that bad or are just plain ignorant ( especially young and learning moonbaters, you know the kind that think Che was a hero because they are too ignorant to know he shot some people and had many executed because they opposed his "political" ideas.).

OK... the other reason is that if I copy and paste it to show to some moonbat who is defending Durbin's bullshit, I will need the source...

Bob said...

Abba Eban.

Friend of USA said...

Thank you.

Sue said...

I was going to write a similar comment on my blog based around the recent trial of ex-SS Nazi's in Italy.,6119,2-10-1462_1725582,00.html

"In August 1944, about 300 SS troops surrounded the Tuscan village of Sant'Anna di Stazzema, which had been flooded with refugees, ostensibly to hunt for partisans.

Instead, they rounded up and shot villagers, according to survivors. "

Those stories are not even in the same ballpark as Gitmo. How sad that people tend to forget so easily.