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1 posted on 10/12/2006 2:28:38 PM PDT by Republicain
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To: Republicain
No doubt the Nazis killed or caused the death of millions of Jews. They also killed many more millions of non-Jews. Do they count?

Admittedly, Hitlers greatest blunder was not a military blunder although he had plant of those. A Frederick the Great he was not.

His greatest mistake was to run the Jews out of Germany. Jews made up an important percent of the intellectuals, business owners, scientists, inventors, professionals and educators all out of proportion to their numbers. In World War I Jews were some of the most dedicated soldiers in the Kaiser's army.

The Officer who awarded Hitler, the lowly Lance Corporal, the Iron Cross First Class for bravery, an almost unheard of award in the class-conscience Germany Army, was a Jew.

Still, Jews were no more the victims of Nazism than anyone else killed by the New World Order. For example, there were more Poles killed by Hitler than Jews.

All of the victims of World War II deserve equal amounts of pity and sympathy, the Jews no more or less than anyone other ethnic or religious group.
2 posted on 10/12/2006 3:03:23 PM PDT by R.W.Ratikal
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And who did most of the killing of the Yugoslavian Jews? It was MUSLIM Waffen SS divisions...
3 posted on 10/12/2006 3:10:00 PM PDT by 2banana
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