November 25, 2017
If I were a kike, I’d be really pissed about this. The gas chambers crap is supposed to be their thing, a uniquely evil event that is worse than anything else that ever happened in the history of the universe (including the 9-digit body count of communism, which they invented and spread throughout the world), so saying other people might have been gassed into detergent is just pure antisemitism.
German prosecutors investigating Nazi-era crimes said on Wednesday they had charged two former SS officers in their 90s with complicity in hundreds of murders at the Stutthof concentration camp.
The state prosecutor’s office in the western city of Dortmund said the two unnamed suspects, aged 92 and 93, had participated in the Nazi killing machine in then occupied Poland, according to a statement released by the regional court in nearby Muenster.
“With their actions during their time as guards at the Stutthof concentration camp, the accused are believed to have been accessories in numerous killings,” the court said.
“Nazi killing machine” – I like the idea, shame it was never put in practice…
Anyway, I suppose they have some kind of evidence to link them to these supposed murders?
Among other crimes, the suspects are accused of involvement in the mass killing of more than 100 Polish prisoners in a gas chamber at the camp in June 1944, and of another 77 wounded Soviet prisoners of war the same summer.
Guess Poland can start whining for money and making shitty movies now too, which would be a good. Since Germany under it’s current (((leadership))) is the Jew’s main weapon in Europe, sucking as many shekels from them as possible would certainly help.
How do you say “Oy vey” in Polish?
They are also accused of participating in the extermination between August and December 1944 of hundreds of Jews, who had been told they were bound for a labour camp.
Assuming this were true – why exactly is it illegal to exterminate Jews? It just doesn’t make any sense.
And they are suspected of complicity in the horrific conditions at the camp that led several hundred prisoners to contract deadly diseases such as typhus.
Actually, that was the Allies bombing their supply lines. If you read even most mainstream history books, all the outbreaks of typhus and other diseases, as well (completely coincidentally) most of the hollowcost itself coincides with Germany running out of food and other basic supplies.
The Muenster court said the two accused deny involvement in the deaths at Stutthof.
It must now decide whether the cases will go to trial.
If that happens, I’m sure they’ll get a free and fair trial, what with Germany having democracy and rule of law and all that. Right?
Only four suspects were taken to court in the last seven years, all using a new standard of evidence: that it was sufficient to work at a death camp to be prosecuted, even without proof of a link to specific killings.
The even funnier about this is that, since denying the holohoax ever happened is illegal, you can literally get arrested just for arguing your case. It happened before, and I see no reason why it wouldn’t happen again.
After all, persecuting senile 90-year olds is what (((democracy))) is all about, isn’t it?