She heaped more guilt upon the heads of nazis everywhere by being the ‘bigger’ person. You know ted, “turn the other cheek”, often was applied inversely, so that where it should have meant for the individual internally, to the turn the other cheek, it often played out as the preacher demanding everyone turn the other cheek for them to keep abusing and getting away with it.
As per guilt and nazis, you are terribly confused. Nazis don’t feel guilt. They are rotten, vile, reprehensible viruses, their minds are utterly warped and demented, for only from such a mind could spring forth what they did.
Cheaply portraying remembrance and vigilance and a just desire for retribution and vengeance as human weakness is nothing more than a veiled call to entice people to forget, become complacent, and allow it to happen all over again. The nazi scourge was not an anomaly but a vile movement that has potential to rear its ugly head again.