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April 8, 2017

Should American bombers have punished the Nazi soldiers for operating gas chambers at Auschwitz?

Filed under: Germany, Trump, Uncategorized — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 7:53 am

Don’t worry if you can’t understand the title of my blog post. I can’t understand it myself.

The quote in the title of my blog post comes from a news article, which claims that Trump has taken away American’s shame for inaction against the Germans who gassed the Jews.

http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/international-affairs/327809-trumps-response-to-syrian-bloodshed-lifts-the-stain

Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe that the Germans who gassed the Jews are all dead now. It is too late to take action against them.

The following quote is from the news article:

Trump’s response to Syrian bloodshed lifts the stain of American inaction

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America needs unity. And if we can’t unite around the United States finally taking action after Arab children are gassed, then nothing will bring us together.

For those who waited four long years to see the United States reclaim its moral mantle as leader of the free world and protector of human rights, the news that President Trump struck at the Syrian tyrant Assad is electrifying. I am well aware that many in America object to Donald Trump. But is there a higher calling for a president than to stop mass murder, and should we not salute bold leadership when it sends a message that genocide will not be tolerated?

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In other words, if Trump had been America’s president during World War II, he would have bombed the alleged gas chamber at Auschwitz — and killed everyone in the camp.

The gas chamber in the Auschwitz main camp was across the street from a hospital where wounded German soldiers were being treated.

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The photo above shows the SS hospital which was across the street from the alleged gas chamber.

My early morning photo of the hospital for wounded German soldiers that was across the street from the Auschwitz gas chamber

Correct me if I am wrong, but I think that it would have been a war crime to have killed wounded enemy soldiers in a hospital.

The news article continues with this quote;

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Just think for a moment how the Jews of the concentration camps of Europe would have felt had they seen American bombers punishing the Nazi soldiers for operating gas chambers at Auschwitz. Sadly, those bombers never came, and still today historians debate how a moral man like Franklin Roosevelt could have stayed his hand against Hitler’s machinery of death.

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3 Comments »

  1. “In other words, if Trump had been America’s president during World War II, he would have bombed the alleged gas chamber at Auschwitz ”

    The mixture of fake news and moral lessons learned from a distorted history (i.e. fake news of the past later turned into a state ‘truth’) is a very dangerous cocktail…

    Ô no ! Not beautiful babies too !! 😉

    Comment by hermie — April 8, 2017 @ 9:09 pm

  2. News article: “Sadly, those bombers never came, and still today historians debate how a moral man like Franklin Roosevelt could have stayed his hand against Hitler’s machinery of death.”

    This is the problem with false paradigms such as the Holocaust conspiracy theory. Hard to make sense of anything while trapped within a false paradigm. This is why almost everybody had to apologized or be apologized by others through odd theories more wacky than each others. The Vatican, the Red Cross, 1st-class Jew-lovers such as Roosevelt and Churchill, the Allied wartime governments, the Jewish leaders of that time, and even the alleged victims themselves – in fact everybody but the extreme Zionists – had/has to be whitewashed from their inaction during the ‘Holocaust.’ Since actions speak louder than words, everybody’s inaction looks like a big inconsistency if not a cynical anti-Semitic conspiracy on a large scale. The original Holocaust narrative had solved this ‘anomaly’ by claiming that the ‘Holocaust’ had been a Top Secret mass murder only known to a handful of people. It was claimed at that time that the Allies had discovered the ‘Holocaust’ when they had found the dead bodies of epidemic inmates in the German concentration camps they had just captured. But the narrative changed over time and the wartime use of the ‘Holocaust’ for atrocity propaganda purposes was finally exposed. So another conspiracy theory had to be devised in order to ‘explain’ the wartime inaction of almost everybody. There is of course an obvious explanation of “how a moral man like Franklin Roosevelt could have stayed his hand against Hitler’s machinery of death” which is out of the exterminationist paradigm. But it’s illegal to express it in 20 countries and it’s socially & economically very damaging to express it in the Western countries where such a legislation is not yet in force.

    Comment by hermie — April 8, 2017 @ 8:54 pm

  3. The Americans and British were too busy bombing 150 German cities and killing all the innocent people there.
    Had no time to waste on camps where Jews were.

    JR

    Comment by Jim Rizoli — April 8, 2017 @ 8:00 am


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