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    • 1 state solution
    • 14.12.07 | 22:52 (IST)

    I don't understand. He didn't deny the holocaust from this quote. Of course this guy is a racist and nut, but he didn't actually break the law did he? As for the 75,000 French Jews, there is no defense for that. But... the extermination did not happen in France. They were taken to the various camps in Germany or Poland weren't they? So his statements about what happened in France, might be technically correct, although obviously wrong in spirit. I am actually curious to know how bad the Germans were. They were not actually all that bad to the US POW's. In fact, many of the German military were very professional, did not like Hitler, and did not go along with his extreme policies toward Jews, Gypsies, Communists, gays, etc. Should every Jew in the world be judged for what the Irgun and Stern Gangs did? I don't think so. Nor should every German be judged for what a tiny percentage did in the camps.

    from the article: French court tries far-right leader Le Pen for Nazi remarks
    First published 00:00 14.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 14.12.07
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