Evil Kikes Deport 95-Year-Old Nazi, Simon Wiesenthal Says He’s Going to Kike Him Hard

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 21, 2018

“I was just fighting a war” is not an excuse.

Well, actually it is an excuse for every soldier who ever fought in any war ever in history.

Except one. 

There is one group of soldiers who is each personally responsible for the war they fought in, and all of the made-up bullshit that allegedly happened during it.

NBC News:

The last known Nazi collaborator living in the U.S. was deported to Germany overnight.

Jakiw Palij, 95, had lived in New York City for decades. He served as a guard at a Nazi forced labor camp during the Second World War.

Palij, an ethnic Ukrainian, lived quietly in the U.S. for years, as a draftsman and then as a retiree, until nearly three decades ago when investigators found his name on an old Nazi roster and a fellow former guard spilled the secret that he was “living somewhere in America.”

Members of New York’s congressional delegation last year urged the Trump administration to deport Palij, whose citizenship was revoked in 2003 based on his wartime activities, human rights abuses and immigration fraud. A federal court also ruled that he had assisted in the persecution of prisoners at the camp, though it stopped short of finding him responsible for deaths.

Palij was born on former Polish territory, an area now in Ukraine. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1949 and became a citizen in 1957, but concealed his Nazi service, saying that he spent World War II working in a factory on a farm.

Palij told Justice Department investigators who showed up at his door in 1993: “I would never have received my visa if I told the truth. Everyone lied.”

AP:

Now that he is in Germany, Efraim Zuroff, the head Nazi-hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, said he hoped prosecutors would revisit the case.

“Trawniki was a camp where people were trained to round up and murder the Jews in Poland, so there’s certainly a basis for some sort of prosecution,” he said in a telephone interview from Jerusalem, adding that the U.S. Department of Justice “deserves a lot of credit” for sticking with the case.

Trump personally signed off on this, which is frustrating.

Not because I expect him to be all like “FUCKING KIKES THE HOLOCAUST IS MORE LIKE THE HOLOHOAX TOO BAD IT WASN’T REAL, HEIL HITLER!”

But because it is sick to be harassing century old men over a war that they fought in 70 years ago. A war in which a lot of soldiers killed a lot of people.

That is the thing about wars: soldiers kill people in wars.

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