Hilter vas, shore, a very badt mann, but at least he luft docs undt schildern.
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Not suggesting it's worth the effort, but if attributing the article with photo to a Jewish student unaffiliated with the publication or the article isn't actionable, I hope Freepers will buy the new edition of "Old Man and the Sea" by SJackson. Comedy, of course, first of many. The article is here, click spring, 2012, page 8. The author left out largely ridding Europe of Jews, Gypsys and homosexuals.
Hmm, I wonder if next year (after Obama’s defeat) some student did the same thing using Obama’s name and extolled the virtues on the defeat of Obamacare, green energy (and the kick-backs), fast and furious (attempt to trample the 2nd Amendment), racial divisions, economy, etc, and see if the liberal editors will let the ‘satire’ make it to the printers. Probably not...
Wow. I’m not sure that there is a maximum penalty that can be assigned in a libel case as severe as this. His attorney could claim the entire Rutgers endowment. And should.
As a minimum, the students responsible should be dismissed from working for the newspaper, a letter of reprimand should be placed in their permanent transcripts, and they should face severe civil penalties, fines amounting to tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars. Plus being labeled by the university as “antisemites” and expelled.
Seriously, that attorney should go for the gold with this one.
Stalin was backing the leftists who were attempting to take over Spain. Hitler backed Franco.
Does the fact that it was satire ring any bells?
Now somebody needs to follow up with an article illustrating the distinct similarities between Hitler and Obama under a moslem name.
Hitler did lots of ‘good’ things up until around 1938, particularly from the German point of view. On the other hand, Stalin was a truly wicked and evil man. Much ‘worse’ than Hitler.
I’ve no issue with the article concept but if the student attributed as author wasn’t “in on it,” there’s a big problem. For me that crosses the bounds even for a satirical newspaper.
Well, it is likely that he was the only politician that kept his promises....they just all happened to be to do bad things....
Socialists and tyrants (redundant) will always do some things that some will interpret as being good, but it is all done in the broader context of advancing evil.
Useful Idiots can’t discern the broader picture.
Not only should parents not send their children to public schools, but they should also learn about the college system. A good idea for homeschooling parents would be to assign or reccomend research on the various colleges available and what they have to offer. Perhaps checking blogs of current and former students who make postings on their college experiences, they can learn things that are not on the official websites.
Here is the website of the newspaper:
I was unable to view it. My Adobe flash player recently quit working on my Xubuntu Linux machine. I installed an alternative flash player, but it won’t work on this website.
I doubt the article is still there.
Come on! It’s Rutgers. What do you expect?
I hope the Jewish student sues the student newspaper for defamation and identity theft. I cannot think of anything more despicable than what was done to him.
That aside, I think this is an important reminder that Hitler was not born a monster; he was human like you and I, but chose to become a monster. And in doing so, it was his good actions which allowed him to gain the trust of the German people to the point that he could convince them to carry out Naziism’s greatest evils.
This reminds me of an encounter with one of the vets at our local Legion post, who happens to be a former Nazi from Eastern Europe. This bothered us young vets to no end, we wanted to get rid of him as we considered his presence a disgrace. However, the old WWII vets were very protective of him and the Korean and Vietnam vets had come to respect him as well.
So one day one of us young guys popped the question to one of the old guys. Namely, how could they tolerate, let alone defend, the presence of an individual who not only had fought against them, but represented one of most evil regimes in human history.
“Why don’t you ask him yourselves?” was theirresponse.
So we did. We asked him how he could have fought for Hitler and the Nazis during World War 2.
“Because in Eastern Europe the alternative was communism and fighting for Stalin. The concentration camps were the last things on our mind. We were worried about what would happen to our families under communism.”
He then told us how, when the war was over, the Soviets invaded his country and liquidated his family and well as many others in the village who had resisted communism. Most of his people were disgusted by Hitler and the Nazis, he told us, but that had chosen them as the lesser evil to Stalin and the Communists.
“student-funded” - as if. The money is taken from students whether they like it or not and doled out by the leftists on the student council without any sense of perspective about what the students actually want.
I bet that is much closer to fact
At some point the historical similarities between German National Socialism and the central-planning nation state US “liberals” are building will become so unmistakable, I fully expect the left itself, to proactively rehabilitate Hitler in some way.
This could be a first indication of that.
The left is already acting like him. Only a matter of time, before they embrace him.
“Professor Ronald Miskoff, who is one of the editors of The Daily Medium newspaper, defended the decision to run the piece arguing that you dont need permission for parody.
He told The Right Views that the piece had been written under Aaron Marcus name because he was a writer for the Universitys rival paper The Daily Targum.
The English invented our goofy language but why do they consider Rutgers University plural? Is it because Rutgers ends in s?