Sunday, March 18, 2012

Nazi Article Leads to Jew Baiting (Again)

On Friday the Huffington Post had their obligatory Nazi-related article. What's this one about?

BERLIN -- Germany's top federal appeals court ruled Friday that a Berlin museum must return to a Jewish man from the U.S. thousands of rare posters that were seized from his father by the Gestapo, saying that for the institution to keep them would be perpetuating the crimes of the Nazis. 
The Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe said Peter Sachs, 74, was the rightful owner of the posters collected by his father Hans Sachs, now believed to be worth between euro4.5 million and euro16 million ($6 million and $21 million), and can demand their return from the German Historical Museum. 
The ruling brings to an end some seven years of legal battles to have the vast collection of posters that date back to the late 19th century returned. 
"I can't describe what this means to me on a personal level," Peter Sachs, who recently moved to Nevada from Sarasota, Florida, told The Associated Press in an e-mailed statement after the ruling. "It feels like vindication for my father, a final recognition of the life he lost and never got back."
Okay, not exactly the biggest news story in the world but kind of interesting. So here's a question for you: How long do you think it took before trolls showed up and started Jew baiting? Click below to see for yourself:





Less than two hours is your answer. HuffPost approved.


2 comments:

  1. I have no doubt that HuffPo will run a piece soon on the just deceased Demjanjuk screaming about how the Jews thirst for blood is so extreme they persecuted an innocent man. The only question is who they'll appoint to write it. Next door at Salon.com Greenwald already has a draft ready. He's got to clear his desk of "All Hail Iran and Julian Assange" pieces first. He will go as far as to 'question' the existence of Sobibor.

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  2. Proving once again there’s no difference between anti-Zionism and anti Semitism, only the media and academia pretends there is.

    BTW current most popular comment:
    “We can only hope the next institution forced to return stolen iterms from the Hebrews of Europe is the Vatican whose loot makes this mans poster collection pale in comparrison. After that it would be nice to see the Arab world forced to compensate the 900,000 Jews whose property was stolen from them after 1948 in countries from Morrocco to Iraq now worth 300 billion dollars. The latter is the forgotten refugee
    atrocity that culminated in the ethnic cleansing of the Jewish community in the Arab world which had resided there for more than a thousand years.”

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