Tag Archives: Germany

Israeli Historian: British were the first to establish concentration camps…

Did the history of concentration camps start with Action T4, or with something else?  Not at all. First concentration camp on the eve of WWII was established in March 1933. It was Dachau. This was the beginning. Actually, there was something prior to this and those camps were called The wild ones, because they were improvised, small and not organized.

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EU democracy at work: Croatia legalized its WWII version of Nazi salute “Sieg Heil”…

“Would be possible for the German government to accept (and legalize) the recommendation of some (government) commission, which would then allow for the public use of the Nazi salute “Seig Heil“? Of course, that wouldn’t be possible in today democratic Germany, which had denounced own Nazi past in the strongest possible terms”

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Orchestrated Tweets: Are Brits and Americans screwing Germans over the refugee crisis!?

He analyzed in total 19,000 tweets. In this category he was looking only for tweets that contained slogan “welcome refugees” and word Germany. When comes to inviting refugees to seek shelter in Germany, “surprisingly” the best majority of tweets originated, not in Germany, but in Great Britain (19.2%) and USA (17%). The percent of Germans advertising own country as “desired refugee destination” was only 6.4%!?

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Why is EU dumping refugees on “the non-member state” Serbia ?

The very desperate Serbian government, personified in the “tragicomic prime minister persona”, (who is acting more like the EU leaders’ obedient pet, instead as the leader of an independent nation) – which is hoping to gain EU membership, by yielding to every Brussels’ “blackmail”, even if that meant self-disintegration of the Serbian proper…

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WWII: German massacre in Kragujevac- Mass murder of Serbian school children …

German massacre in Kragujevac: den 21 oktober 1941 The Kragujevac massacre was the massacre of over 5,000 civilians — men, women and schoolchildren — in Kragujevac, Serbia, Yugoslavia by the soldiers of Nazi Germany, on 20 October 1941. It was one of the worst massacres during German military occupation of Serbia. The Germans had threatened to shoot 50 Serbs for

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Greece-Germany: who owes who? (1) London 1953: cancellation of the German debt

  1 October by Eric Toussaint Since 2010, in the stronger countries of the eurozone most political leaders supported by mainstream media have flaunted their so-called generosity towards the Greek people and other weaker countries in the eurozone that are currently in the limelight (Ireland, Portugal, Spain…). In this context, measures that further destroy the economy of recipient countries and

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