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Evil exists

Nazi Germany

The German butchers

Non-German collaborators

Axis Japan

Yugoslavia

Christianity and the Holocaust

Judaism

Old anti-semitism (Christian, Nazi)

Modern anti-semitism (Islamic, left-wing)

Islamic Fascism


Fascism

Fascism and communism were the two great killers of innocents of the 20th century. Based on the ancient but unscientific idea of ethnic or tribal purity, fascists gassed, shot and burnt millions of innocent men, women and little children. Such ideas of ethnic, tribal or religious supremacy are still alive today - notably in Islamic Fascism, which is Nazi fascism's true heir in the modern world.

Scepticism is our best weapon against the powerful memes of racism, tribalism and totalitarianism.




Women and children being rounded up for extermination by the Germans, Warsaw, 1943.

The animal on the right with the gun pointing down is 31 year old rapist and mass murderer Josef Blösche, SS butcher of innocents in the Warsaw Ghetto. He was captured in East Germany in 1967 and executed in 1969.

To The Little Polish Boy Standing With His Arms Up, by Peter L. Fischl.



Racism

Any sceptic can see that tribalism and racism is pseudo-biology and wishful thinking. Strangely enough, racist writers never "discover" that their own ethnic group is inferior.

Anti-racism - Why did Europeans and Asians invent everything?


Racism is unscientific


Racism is pessimistic


Racism is genocidal

Racism is not the only genocidal philosophy on earth - communism and Christianity and Islam have also killed millions of innocents. It is, however, obvious how racism leads to genocide, whereas it is perhaps (only slightly) non-obvious how communism and religion lead to genocide.


Evil exists

Evil exists. Evil is a word we can still use, indeed the only proper word to describe many ideologies and regimes in the world.

Modern sophisticates laugh at the terms "The Evil Empire" or "The Axis of Evil". But if regimes like The Soviet Union or Saddam's Iraq or modern North Korea are not evil, then "evil" has no meaning as a word.


  


The famous, almost biblical, picture of the German soldier shooting a woman and child.
This photograph was sent home through the mail by a German to friends or family. He was clearly proud of his actions. On the back was written "Ukraine 1942, Jewish Aktion, Ivangorod".
See full size. From here.
See many similar photos.
To me, the mother, as she tries desperately to protect her baby, represents everything good, everything beautiful about humanity.



"Those Were the Days": The Holocaust as seen by the Perpetrators and Bystanders by Ernst Klee et al.
A brutal, brutal book.




WW2 - Nazism and the Holocaust

Thankfully, everybody civilized accepts the existence of the Nazi holocaust, and it is now well documented and has no defenders.

Everybody knows that the mid-20th century Germans systematically tortured and killed millions of ordinary, innocent and defenceless men, women, children, toddlers and babies. Everybody knows that they shot, starved and gassed millions of innocents in scenes from hell. Everybody knows that these monsters systematically slaughtered European Jewry for no reason.

So I don't need to provide so many exhaustive links here, as I do with the holocausts that are denied. Instead I will try to link to some uncomfortable things, such as the origin of the Germans' barbaric beliefs, its relationship to Christianity, the ordinary nature of the tens of thousands of genocidal killers, non-German collaboration, and Catholic Europe's neutrality.





Israeli F-15 fighters fly over Auschwitz, 2003, in a moving tribute.
One can't help thinking: Too late. Too late to save all those poor people. If only they had such heroes to save them back then.
"We pilots of the Air Force, flying in the skies above the camp of horrors, arose from the ashes of the millions of victims and shoulder their silent cries, salute their courage and promise to be the shield of the Jewish people and its nation Israel."


  

The German butchers




Trailer for Shoah (1985).




Nazi memorials

All memorials and monuments of Nazi Germany were (rightly) destroyed. No memorial to this regime should be allowed to exist.

Rudolf Hess (died 1987) was the only Nazi leader who had a grave, at Wunsiedel. But this was destroyed in July 2011.

Now, no major Nazi leader has a grave.





The only major Nazi grave in the world is vandalised, Aug 2004.
From German article, 7 Aug 2004.
This is the grave of Rudolf Hess.
The vandals here hardly help their case by spraying the vile symbol of a rival bloodthirsty tyranny on it.



In July 2011, the Rudolf Hess grave was (rightly) destroyed.
See images.
Now, no major Nazi leader has a grave.



Memorial in Prague to the assassins of Nazi SS leader Heydrich.
Heydrich himself has no grave.




Non-German collaborators

I could link forever to atrocities committed by the Germans and their many collaborators in countries all across Europe. It is important in particular to link to information that is generally denied, and lessons that are not widely drawn.




Axis Japan





Yugoslavia




Christianity and the Holocaust







Trailer for The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, the movie of the book.
And search and search.
The film and the book are so simple, could easily be criticised, and yet they work.
The book is perhaps the best book I have ever read on the Holocaust (and I have read a lot of books on the Holocaust).
Every child in the world should read this book.




"People fainted, children cried. In short - Judgment Day. People were thirsty, and there was not a single drop of water around ... Then ... it started pouring. The rain didn't stop. ... We reported for selection at 4 o'clock. Mom, Dad and my little brother were sent to group 1, and I was sent to 1a. I walked as if I were stunned ... The weirdest thing was that we didn't cry at all ... Later on, I saw many more disasters. I can't put it in words. Little children were lying on the wet grass, the storm raging above our heads. The policemen beat them ferociously and also shot them. ... I saw how a soldier tore a baby, who was only a few months old, out of its mother's hands and bashed his head against an electric pylon. The baby's brain splashed on the wood. The mother went crazy."
- Extract from diary of Polish teenage Jew Rutka Laskier, describing a selektion at Bedzin, Poland, on 12 Aug 1942.




 

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