On Germany's post-WW2 situation
For sometime I have been thinking why some nations that their history shows they have indeed had an important and prominent share and role in material and spiritual progress of mankind in various arenas of science, arts, philosophy, literature and politics and were makers of civilization are not allowed to be proud as a nation of their historical accomplishments and play their deserved and constructive role on the global arena. They try to keep the black cloud of humiliation and shame hanging over their heads. And even more regrettably, some of the leaders of such a nation regard this situation befitting them and their nation and try to justify it. This is really an astonishing phenomenon in today's world. The propaganda machinery after World War II has been so colossal that has caused some people to believe that they are the guilty party by historical accounts and must pay the penalty fort the wrongs committed by their forefathers for successive generations and for indefinite period of time.On the guilty parties, those meanies:
Sixty years have passed since the end of the war. But, regrettably the entire world and some nations in particular are still facing its consequences. Even now the conduct of some bullying powers and power-seeking and aggressive groups is the conduct of victors with the vanquished.And who is really to blame? Why, the Joos! Who else?
The extortion and blackmail continue, and people are not allowed to think about or even question the source of this extortion, otherwise they face imprisonment. When will this situation end? Sixty years, one hundred years or one thousand years, when? I am sorry to remind you that today the perpetual claimants against the great people of Germany are the bullying powers and the Zionists that founded the Al-Qods Occupying Regime with the force of bayonets in the Middle East.On the Holocaust:
I have no intention of arguing about the Holocaust.No need, oh evil one, we already know exactly what you're thinking is...
But, does it not stand to reason that some victorious countries of World War II intended to create an alibi on the basis of which they could continue keeping the defeated nations of World War II indebted to them. Their purpose has been to weaken their morale and their inspiration in order to obstruct their progress and power. In addition to the people of Germany, the peoples of the Middle East have also borne the brunt of the Holocaust.Oh aren't those evil Zionists cunning? Using the Holocast as an excuse to oppress Europe:
Regrettably, the influence of the Zionists in the economy, media and some centers of political power has endangered interests of the European nations and has robbed them of many opportunities. The main alibi for this approach is the extortion they exact from the Holocaust.Let us work together to defeat these evil Zionists:
Fortunately, with all the pressures and limitations, the great nation of Germany has been able to take great strides toward advancement and has become a major economic powerhouse in Europe that also seeks to play a more effective role in international interactions. But just imagine where Germany would be today in terms of its eminence among the freedom-loving nations, Muslims of the world and peoples of Europe, if such a situation did not exist and the governments in power in Germany had said no to the extortions by the Zionists and had not supported the greatest enemy of mankind.I can see why the German government reacted as if stung by a wasp to this letter. On the other hand, I have to snigger a little bit. Lord A. may have thought it a master stroke to play on the latent feeling of victimhood and subject of injustice in many a German (still). But I can't think of a worse choice to try that ploy on, then a christian woman who knows first hand what a totalitarian regime is like.
At the same time, it would not surprise me if a lot of Germans are deeply insulted by this letters implication that deep down Germans still are Nazis, bent on forced recogition of it's greatness and the eradication of the evil Joo. And, hence, who's natural ally is Lord A. and his islamo-fascists.
Anyway, read the whole thing if you have a little time to kill. At the same time it is an utterly insidious and hopelessly inept letter.