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    • Connie
    • 23.09.07 | 23:01 (IST)

    You know Justine it is hard for the Polish to deny the Holocaust because they were one of the main participants in the killing machine. Why do you think Adolph put so many death camps in Poland, he knew and was not disappointed that the Poles would clammor to kill Jews. They even continued this killing after the war when the Jewish survivors found their way back to their homes only to find them occupied by Poles. The Poles response was to kill these Jews. I for one am sick and tired of this Holocaust denial crap along with the Polish history of hatred towards the Jews.Along with their dastardly deeds the Germans kept impeccable records on how,where and when they killed. They photographed,wrote and recorded everything. People like that monkey in Iran can deny all they want,their heroes,the nazi's,wrote everything down for posterity.Those that survived told their stories and the combination is irrefutable.

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    First published 00:00 23.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 23.09.07
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