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[–] 84626433832795028841 6 points 105 points (+111|-6) ago 

The woman, an SS officer in charge of radio operations for the camp commandant is being charged purely because she had a part in helping the death camp function.

What kind of modern civilized first world country holds a show trial against an old person who is already standing at death's door? Worse than that, a person who didn't actually kill anyone. To me it's not much better than crucifying a 17yo for protesting, it shows a complete lack of empathy and humanity.

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[–] WakkoWarner 2 points 28 points (+30|-2) ago 

Absolutely agree with you.

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[–] Link1299 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

We all have skeletons in the closet

and many hope we take them to our graves

but for when they are found we can only pray for mercy from our fellow man

and if life has taught me anything

that mercy just isn't common found

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[–] scumshine 15 points 5 points (+20|-15) ago 

I don't understand why people hate the Nazis. Can somebody explain what they did wrong?

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[–] ZweibelKuchen 7 points 26 points (+33|-7) ago 

They failed to exterminate the Jews.

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[–] Salnax 7 points 3 points (+10|-7) ago 

Genocide is typically frowned upon, especially when done in the public view.

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[–] xeemee 2 points 3 points (+5|-2) ago 

... because she had a part in helping the death camp function

there was no "death camp"

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[–] polygontranslucent 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I agree, why not go after the people who ran the trains, who

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[–] fgutrfgu 2 points 3 points (+5|-2) ago 

But to follow your logic (and I use the term loosely)... why go after the people running the trains? They didn't kill anyone.

Why go after the guards at the camp?

Why go after the guy closing the door to the 'showers'?

Even the guy giving orders never killed anyone?

The idea is that we, as a society, hold people responsible for crimes, even if committed as part of a group. Nonw she is not being charged with murder, but as an accessory. An important distinction, I hope you'll agree.

I think we should be charging more people, not fewer. Charge this poor, little, frail old lady (whose only wrong was to be part of the administration of a fucking concentration camp and who would have known exactly what the fuck was going on there).

We should also be charging ex-members of government for overthrowing foreign governments in central america, ex-presidents for starting wars, etc. etc.

The people who enable this kind of thing and turn a blind eye, or tacitly agree, are to my mind, more dangerous than those barking orders. People who don't put much thought into what they do. People who face away from the effort of decision or control. People who don't want to cause trouble. These are the people that scare me in society - and there are a lot of you.

None of those orders would kill anyone if any of the hundreds of people down the line, only one or two, started saying No.

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[–] IreliaOfIonia 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The "last chance" movement to catch 'em all before they die started way before the crisis though. I always thought that it's a waste of resources because even if they find any nazis still around it's just people over 90 who probably can't even wipe their own asses by now and at the very best these people will be transferred from the old people's home to a prison where they will require the same care anyways.

It's a bit of a grey area: On one side the victim of a crime shouldn't be able to sit idly for 70 years before taking legal action, as it will only get harder to prove anything and it puts the accused in a situation where they cannot clear their name. On the other side the passing of time doesn't undo/erode a crime by itself.

Even worse, in this case it's just a radio operator. At this rate any and every German taxpayer between '39-45 should be prosecuted for funding death camps.

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[–] Amalek_slaps_SJWs 28 points 34 points (+62|-28) ago 

Fucking Jews.

Going after old people like this.

See how they still hold a grudge against us?

They'd lock us all up if they could.

This is sickening.

I guess next time we know not to let any of them live.

If I was Iran I would nuke Israel instantly.

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[–] Salnax 5 points 5 points (+10|-5) ago 

This looks more like German officials trying to paint themselves as clean than Israeli vengeance.

The average Jew doesn't care about what a radio operator did over half a century ago, especially considering how indirect her role was. But the German government, which has been trying to paint itself as being friendly to all peoples recently, could use this as an easy way to get street cred without actually getting into a long fight.

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[–] Amalek_slaps_SJWs 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

The lawers are majority Jewish.

The blame is shared 50/50.

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[–] catchavirus 1 points 4 points (+5|-1) ago 

They think the goyim should be treated like the cattle they think we are.

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[–] Warden 2 points 3 points (+5|-2) ago 

Is convicting a 91-year-old lady who worked for the SS in which her job was to be a radio operator and could die in the next month "edgy" enough for you too?

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[–] Lemongarb 1 points 27 points (+28|-1) ago 

What is the evidence against her?

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[–] WakkoWarner 6 points 43 points (+49|-6) ago 

After so many years... pretty much none.

Besides, she was a radio operator...

The woman, an SS officer in charge of radio operations for the camp commandant is being charged purely because she had a part in helping the death camp function.

This is mere revenge, not justice.

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[–] National_Socialism 1 points 9 points (+10|-1) ago 

This lady is obviously an evil white male, racist bigoted xenophobic supremacist nazi. Evidence? Puh, you don't need "evidence"

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[–] ixaxxar 1 points 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

holy shit youre retarded. Almost everything you said is jew propaganda. Go read a real history book before spewing your retardation.

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[–] BiscuitFever 1 points 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

I really don't see what your point with the second sentence was.

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[–] ZweibelKuchen 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

I've personally visited San Quentin in 1993. These people are far from innocent "employees" just "doing their job".

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[–] National_Socialism 1 points 3 points (+4|-1) ago 

These employees would be working and see people come in on trains, they would usually shoot children upon arrival, starve the rest to death and then smell the human flesh burning in the ovens during the day.

Where can I access hard-proof of this?

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[–] weezkitty 6 points 20 points (+26|-6) ago 

For fuck sake. She is 91. Just let her be -- she isn't going to hurt anyone at this point

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[–] HoneyNutStallmans 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Just let her be

Isn't that what normally happens?

I could have sworn they usually let old people remain free.

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[–] Kad 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

What a fuckin' joke.

Agreed, the timing is suspect as well.

the wrong side of history.

Such an odd phrase that one, didn't Obama coin it?

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[–] derzahla 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

yeh man, Obama totally invented that phrase /v/im14

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[–] thisismyfist 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

How long until we see the sons and daughters prosecuted next just to make sure we goyim never forget?

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[–] JTMTL 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

What kind of people go after a 91 year old woman for something that happened a lifetime ago. Disgusting.

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