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March 2, 2017

Berlin — then and now

Filed under: Germany, Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 11:46 am
My 2002 photo of the place where the Memorial was built

My 2002 photo of the place where the Jewish Memorial was later built

Recent photo of Holocaust Memorial

Recent photo of the Memorial taken from the same spot

I personally feel that the German people should stand up for themselves and tear down this monstrosity, which was built in honor of the Jews.

This so-called Holocaust Memorial is a huge eyesore that should be removed. The space should be used for a beautiful park.

The German people have suffered enough revenge from the Jews. Enough already.

11 Comments »

  1. furtherglory said:

    “The space should be used for a beautiful park”

    Since there is already a park across the street, I think the space should be devoted to public toilets.

    Comment by Sockpuppet2012 — March 2, 2017 @ 5:48 pm

  2. The space should be used for a beautiful park.

    That wouldn’t happen either, even if it was removed — the Tiergarten, a very large park right in the center of Berlin, is just across the street — the Grundstück where the ‘Holocaust Mahnmal’ sits is way too valuable — you can see the ‘Holocaust Mahnmal’ in the lower center of the foto below — the Tiergarten is to the left, across the street (Ebertstraße).

    Comment by eah — March 2, 2017 @ 2:51 pm

  3. This so-called Holocaust Memorial is a huge eyesore that should be removed.

    Of course that won’t happen — in fact, Das Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas has serious Baumängel, and German taxpayers will pay well more than 10m€ to repair it: Die zu erwartenden Sanierungskosten werden auf einen zweistelligen Millionenbetrag geschätzt..

    Comment by eah — March 2, 2017 @ 2:42 pm

  4. Great video on gas chambers…..I even cut it down from original to save some time.
    https://jrizoli.wordpress.com/2017/03/02/fred-leuchter-gas-chamber-expert/

    JR

    Comment by Jim Rizoli — March 2, 2017 @ 2:25 pm

  5. FG wrote “The space should be used for a beautiful park”

    There already is a beautiful park within 200 metres – Tiergarten

    She also wrote ” I personally feel that the German people should stand up for themselves and tear down this monstrosity, which was built in honour of the Jews”

    You may feel that, but the Berliners I know well, think and feel the opposite. None of them think they are responsible for what happened during the war, or what their grandfathers (and grandmothers) did.

    The Germany you knew in the 1950’s is not Germany in 2017

    Comment by Anonymouse — March 2, 2017 @ 12:50 pm

    • You wrote: “There already is a beautiful park within 200 metres – Tiergarten”

      I saw the Tiergarten park and I mentioned it on this page of my website:
      http://www.scrapbookpages.com/EasternGermany/Berlin/index.html

      There is nothing wrong with having two parks in the center of a city.

      Comment by furtherglory — March 2, 2017 @ 1:30 pm

    • the Berliners I know well, think and feel the opposite

      Anything a German — not just a Berliner — may feel or say about it, or feel or say about anything else related to the ‘Holocaust’, is tainted by the fact that the ‘Holocaust’ is the official state religion — it’s against the law to not believe in it, also to denigrate anything to do with remembering or commemorating it — if you do that too loudly and openly, you will be arrested and prosecuted for ‘inciting racial hatred’ (Volksverhetzung) — recently Björn Höcke, ein AfD-Politiker, was called a Nazi for simply saying the Germans should no longer have to live under oppressive guilt for what happened in the past.

      Most Germans — including people in Berlin — pay it little mind — it is something for politicians to praise and defend to show their ideological purity — and for tourists to visit.

      Here is a foto of a Berliner:

      Comment by eah — March 2, 2017 @ 3:03 pm


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