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To: Oceander

You wrote:

“Yes, however, only the Jewish people faced the intentional threat of extinction as such. That is a qualitative difference between the treatment of the Jews and the treatment of non-Jews.”

The Nazis wanted to wipe out the Gypsies as well.


47 posted on 01/26/2010 4:36:56 AM PST by vladimir998 (Part of the Vast Catholic Conspiracy (hat tip to Kells))
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To: vladimir998
The Gypsies did not bear the same antipathy that the Jews did. Go back to WWII-era Nazi propaganda and read some of it, then come back and we can have an informed discussion.


50 posted on 01/26/2010 6:37:54 AM PST by Oceander (The Price of Freedom is Eternal Vigilance -- Thos. Jefferson)
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To: vladimir998
"The Nazis wanted to wipe out the Gypsies as well."

The Nazi's wanted to wipe out all untermensch, or lesser persons and to improve the genetic make up of the Aryan peoples through eugenics. The Jews were only one of the target groups.

55 posted on 01/26/2010 9:00:31 AM PST by Natural Law
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