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    • Jonathan S
    • 30.09.07 | 11:43 (IST)

    German weapons cannot kill. It is of course not true that German fighter bombers were among the first to bomb targets in former Yugoslavia. On March 24th 1999, every German TV watcher could see them live after their takeoff from Piacenza in Italy. It is of course not true that they bombed with hundreds of missiles from great height with great inaccuracy fearing Yougoslavian air defence. It is of course not true that the German defence ministry published the price alone for the missiles used at 130 million Euros. It is of course not true that the German fighter bombers paved the way for other NATO forces. And it is of course not true that yesterday 3 foreigners –this time of Greek origin- were beaten up by neo-Nazis in the streets of Berlin. Unfortunately, every child can find these facts today, in the press, in books and of course on the net.

    from the article: A community of German Jewish outsiders
    First published 00:00 25.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.09.07
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