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    • Hola
    • 12.05.11 | 14:20 (IDT)

    Yeah, Germany will always be antisemitic. What a joke your assesment is. And proof for your statement can be found where exactly? Or is sticking to laws and leaving jurisdiction to truly independent courts enough to be called antisemite these days. In case you haven't noticed - it's been a while now, and the country has changed quite a bit. Calling Germans antisemites doesn't explain or solve anything. Still wishing you the best of success with all those free antisemite submarines you ordered. As for Demjanjuk - this was a sad and difficult case. Him being a victim to the Germans as well as an opressor to jews. What is really sad is that thousands of killers were never prosecuted after the war - seeing Demjanjuk getting the harsh treatment more than sixty years after the war while most Germans got away with their crimes is a scandal. Still the verdict seems to be fair and according to law.

    from the article: John Demjanjuk convicted of aiding murder of 27,900 Jews in Holocaust
    First published 13:56 12.05.11 | Last updated 13:56 12.05.11
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