Friday, May 22, 2009

The very description of John Demjanjuk as a “Nazi war criminal” is misleading

Orest Slepokura writes: At 89, JD has eternity peeping over his shoulder. His 89 years have, for the most part, been years of torment and persecution. If you tick off on through the decades, you realize that JD's has been an epic story of profound suffering, which is likely to continue to the last day he draws breath. It's mind-blowing! And included in this is the hum-ho sense of business as usual that's part of this latest installment of torment and persecution in Germany. You pinch yourself until you're black and blue, and then realize that this is for real, and that JD's torments and persecution will go on as though they were a normal, seasonal feature, along with spring rain and winter snow, summer sun and autumn fog. What's no less amazing is the response to this torment and persecution: So abysmally downbeat. As if it was normal, natural, routine. It brings on a jarring realization that we're truly in an age of abject decadence -- degeneracy.

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John Rosenthal places Demjanjuk’s story into perspective in Pajamas Media

“The smallest of the small fish.” This is how the Dutch law professor Christian F. Rüter has described John Demjanjuk and his role in the Nazi death camp system. Rüter is the co-editor of the projected 50 volume Justiz und NS-Verbrechen or “Nazi Crimes on Trial,” a comprehensive collection of trial judgments handed down by German courts in Nazi capital crimes cases.

Once upon a time, it was thought that Demjanjuk, born Ivan Demjanjuk in Ukraine, was “Ivan the Terrible,” a particularly sadistic Ukrainian guard at Treblinka. Israel even tried and convicted Demjanjuk for the crimes of Ivan. And then released him five years later after evidence emerged that Demjanjuk had been a victim of mistaken identity: he was not that Ivan, after all. “Nobody would pay any attention to Demjanjuk,” Rüter told the German daily Die Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) , “If the rumor had not stuck to him that he was ‘Ivan the Terrible’ — which he demonstrably is not.”

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jew Solomon Morel tortured and killed thousands of Germans (including civilians) after WWII, but very recently Israel refused to extradite him to Poland to stand trial.

Anonymous said...

The Jews when prosecuted will use any excuse in the book. When they are caught painting swastikas on their homes they go to a shrink and all is forgiven. John Demanyuk sat on death row in Israel for two years and then proof was given a witness lied. The man is 89 years olf and sick. The Jews don't care. I'd like to see the excuses if they went after these old Jewish Commies that reside all over the world, but no doubt most are in Israel and the U.S.A.

Anonymous said...

Jew Solomon Morel tortured and killed thousands of Germans (including civilians) after WWII, but very recently Israel refused to extradite him to Poland to stand trial.
If this was a White person the Jews would go into Israel and kill the guy.