Germany: 95-Year-Old to Go to Prison Again for Gassing 3,681 Jews

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 2, 2016

This is the new morality.

Brought to you by God’s Chosen People.

The trial for the 95 year old SS-medic Hubert Zafke has been postponed because the man is currently dying in a hospital. He is charged with gassing exactly 3,681 Jews at Auschwitz. He already served the longest sentence anyone has ever faced for gassings at Auschwitz, apart from the life-sentence, but according to the judge this man poses a direct threat to German society. The claimants demand a life-sentence, but it appears the defendant will die before he can start it.

The local recently ran a piece explaining that these “twilight sentences” have a purpose beyond torturing old people – they are to ensure that younger Germans are psychologically abused by the story of the alleged Jew Holocaust:

Germany is putting on trial several former members of the Nazi SS this year — but seven decades after the war, they are in their 90s and unlikely to end up behind bars.

Yet that doesn’t diminish the importance of the legal proceedings, experts say, for they serve a role in educating a new generation about the horrors of the Holocaust.

“It’s not about sending these old folk to prison,” an editorial in Sueddeutsche Zeitung stated, echoing other newspapers about the case of former SS guard Reinhold Hanning, 94, who went on trial on February 11th accused of complicity in 170,000 killings.

Many argue that given the immensity of the suffering wrought, no judicial sentence, especially this late, could ever be commensurate to the crimes.

“Today it’s the witness accounts that really matters,” said Daniel Bonnard, a historian at Marburg University.

Auschwitz survivor Justin Sonder, who is testifying against Hanning, agreed that the sentence “plays no role”.

On Monday, a former Nazi SS medic at the Auschwitz death camp, 95-year-old Hubert Zafke, also faces trial on charges of aiding in 3,681 murders.

While witness testimony in most criminal trials relates specifically to the defendants and their actions, Germany’s latest war crime cases have heard survivors recount in more general terms the suffering they endured under the Nazi regime.

This matters because in recent years Germany has started to go after not just old Nazis known to have personally committed atrocities but anyone who once served as a cog in the industrial-scale killing machine.

At the Hanning trial, witnesses from the United States, Canada and Israel came to testify about what they endured and witnessed at Auschwitz, although no one was expected to remember the former SS guard personally.

Even though the recent cases may not have the same impact as the Allies’ 1945 Nuremberg trials, they keep alive the memory of the Holocaust.

The Nuremberg trials and the 1961 Jerusalem trial of Adolf Eichmann, one of the main architects of the Holocaust, “are constantly revisited by everyone — philosophers, historians, jurors and writers,” said historian Annette Wieviorka.

No, not really.

It’s actually against the law to “revisit” the trials, which violated all established legal precedent stretching back to ancient Greece by convicting people on eyewitness testimony alone, with absolutely zero physical evidence.

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Seriously. There is no physical evidence that gas chambers were real. If you ever get involved in an argument with a confirmer, just demand physical evidence. They can’t provide it because there is none.

Such trials have been pivotal in Germany in building a national consciousness about the scale of the war crimes.

Germany is putting on trial several former members of the Nazi SS this year — but seven decades after the war, they are in their 90s and unlikely to end up behind bars.

Yet that doesn’t diminish the importance of the legal proceedings, experts say, for they serve a role in educating a new generation about the horrors of the Holocaust.

Justice has nothing to do with it, it’s a propaganda campaign.

How is this legal?

Oh right: it’s Germany.

Anything is legal by virtue of the fact it is politically correct.

Sex with animals is legal in Germany and there are bestiality brothels everywhere.

Get it, goyim:

Sex with animals = cool.

Historical research = terrorism.

It’s freedom and democracy.

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