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The True Haters

April 15, 2009
Patrick J. Buchanan

patrick-j-buchananOn Good Friday, John Demjanjuk, 89 and gravely ill, was ordered deported to Germany to stand trial as an accessory to the murder of 29,000 Jews – at Sobibor camp in Poland.

Sound familiar? It should. It is a re-enactment of the 1986 extradition of John Demjanjuk to Israel to be tried for the murder of 870,000 Jews – at Treblinka camp in Poland.

How many men in the history of this country have been so relentlessly pursued and remorselessly persecuted?

The ordeal of this American Dreyfus began 30 years ago.

The story continues …..

2 Comments leave one →
  1. owlminerva permalink
    April 17, 2009 3:17 pm

    on the other hand, if that man was a Sobibor nazi camp guard, shouldn’t everything be done in the same of the hundreds of thousands that died at Sobibor to get him in the hands of justice? Too many of those that committed the most horrendous crimes have gotten away. Of course he shouldn’t be falsely accused. But there seems to be good evidence that he was indeed working in Sobibor in 1943. This does not seem to be a dreyfus at all. It is interesting that you think that there is this ‘relentless persecution’ going on of ex-nazis, while you don’t seem to have taken much issue with the actual persecution of the Jews by the nazis. It is interesting that it doesn’t make you very angry how many ex-nazis found safe haven in latin america and the middle east. While it gets you angry that one might possibly be judged as a nazi falsely… It says a lot about a person what gets him angry.

  2. April 17, 2009 2:06 am

    Amazing! Not clear for me, how offen you updating your

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