September 24, 2018
The Semitic sense of justice is a little different from ours
Yep, they’re doing it again.
You know, I always knew that the Jewish claim of being smarter than other people was a lie, but I never actually thought that so many of them might have nigger-tier idiocy.
I mean really – every time they do something like this, it makes more people hate them than all the articles I’ve ever written for this site put together.
There must be at least a couple of them who understand this, but it’s obviously extremely few.
BERLIN — A 94-year-old former SS guard faces trial in November charged with complicity in the mass murders at the Nazi concentration camp Stutthof during World War II, a German court said Friday.
The man from the district of Borken, who was not named, was a watchman at the Nazi camp near what was then the free city of Danzig, now Gdansk in Poland.
He stands accused of complicity in the murders of several hundred camp prisoners between 1942 and 1945, said the regional court of Muenster more than seven decades after the end of World War II.
These included more than 100 Polish prisoners gassed to death on June 21 and 22, 1944, as well as “probably several hundred” Jewish prisoners murdered in the same way from August to December 1944 as part of the Nazis’ so-called “Final Solution” operation.
No Jew soap?
I know for a fact that happened, because a Jew said it did.
Prosecutors believe that the man “knew about the killing methods” at the camp and that the guards were a crucial part of the camp system.
“We know he knew” sounds solid enough to me.
Germany has been racing to put on trial surviving SS personnel, after the legal basis for prosecuting former Nazis changed in 2011 with the landmark conviction of former death camp guard John Demjanjuk.
He was sentenced not for atrocities he was known to have committed, but on the basis that he served at the Sobibor camp in occupied Poland — for having been a cog in the Nazis’ killing machine.
For those of you who don’t get what this means – it basically means they can convict them of anything without any evidence whatsoever just on account of them being there.
That’s how (((democracy))) and (((rule of law))) works.
German courts subsequently convicted Oskar Groening, an accountant at Auschwitz camp, and Reinhold Hanning — a former SS guard at the same camp, when they were aged 94 for the mass murders seven decades back.
But neither served jailtime as they both died before they could be imprisoned.
Even at the end, these evil nazis somehow find a way to escape justice.
When will this Shoah ever end?