Witness in Demjanjuk case suspected of war crimes
Published: 09.08.10, 23:03
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1. Some of the remaining monsters finally meet justice?
Judah ,   Golan Heights,ISRAEL   (08.10.10)
2. When all the war criminals and victims no longer exist....
mt nebo ,   hales   (08.10.10)
Where will all this energy of hate and bitterness go?? a question for all to concider
3. nazi crimes office
hunt 'em down ,   ger   (08.10.10)
also called z-kommission, for the sake of brevity, cuz 'Central Office of the State Justice Administration for the Investigation of National Socialist Crimes' is a real tapewormy word, one of our finest agencies indeed.
4. To: No. 2
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (08.10.10)
As me when all those who suffered at the hands of the Nazis and their collaborators will have died. The world will be such a far better place, it is hard not to comtemplate the sheer joy and happiness that will ensue. None of us is so deluded as to think that the death of these murderers will restore our loved ones. But it does mean that we can wake up in the morning and tell the shades of those we loved -- it's okay. We have found justice for you. He may have been 93 years old, but he has been adjudged the criminal he is, and is paying with the rest of his life. Just as you paid with the rest of yours -- although you were completely innocent of any crime except being born a Jew, It isn't much. But it is what it is. Rest in peace, my beloved family that I never had a chance to meet. Your victimizers -- may they rot in hell for all eternity -- got to raise families and enjoy holidays. Their memories are cursed for all eternity. Yours, on the other hand, are blessed. Please take comfort in that. Have I answered your rather stupid question, mt nebo?
5. #2
hate negative energy bitterness has nothing to do with the fact that people that murdered in cold blood need to be brought to justice. this is not out of bitterness or out of hate. it is out of the sense of justice that if you murder 6 million individuals in cold blood, you need to pay for your crime. had you lost your entire extended family in the holocaust, you will too seek justice. i can guarantee you this. you won't rest until the memories of your loved ones are paid for with justice. but then again, you lost no one, did you? so, who gives you the right to speak for the victims? NO ONE!
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mt nebo   (08.10.10)
Where will all this energy of hate and bitterness go?? a question for all to concider .... ..... hate is a poison - usualy hurts the one holding it more than the one is a known fact that those that hold hate is more suseptable to decease.... I think my point is when there is no more war criminals from ww2 - there needs to be an effort to redirect that energy into projects designed to eradicate the problems of society that lead to despots that do those kind of things....if the victims had a voice this is what they would that voice
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