Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Huffington Posters Heart Nazi

The Huffington Post, as we have mentioned, loves articles about Nazis. Especially old ones who are either on trial or soon to die. They had yet another example of this over the weekend with a story about Klaas Carel Faber, who died after serving a life sentence. Most of the Huffington Posters reacted to this in the way that most people would: glad that another Nazi is gone and that justice was served.

Others, though, had a much different point of view on this news. Many of their comments were deleted but some remain:

Now with that out of the way, check out how this guy's somewhat legitimate question brings on a deluge of Holocaust cynicism and blatant anti-Semitism. This will require more than one screencap so be sure to zoom in. Be sure to note the guy who complains that we ignore the "positive things" the Nazis did:

It's interesting what kinds of people the Huffington Post attracts, don't you think?

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