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Sunday, 17 January 2010

Is Nazism still a problem in today's society?

This week at the University of Huddersfield a couple of students are in trouble for setting up a Facebook page for a Nazi-inspired drinking game. The rules includes giving Nazi salutes, calling a player Mein Fuhrer, laying out the cards in swastika shape and drinking a pint of alcohol called ‘The Holocaust’. This is obviously being taken ‘very seriously’ by the University.

I am sure we all also remember the incident in 2005 with Prince Harry wearing a swastika armband to a fancy dress party, and the public outcry that followed.

WW2 ended over 60 years ago – does it really matter whether a group of kids use the terminology of the Nazi party in a drinking game? Or if a public figure wears a costume? Is it just another example of a nanny state and political correctness gone mad?

But human nature allow us to laugh at things that were once horrifying or scary once the danger has passed, which would imply that the Nazi party are no longer relevant in today’s society. So are we failing to make our younger generation aware of how close the modern-day far-right are to the Nazi party, with their Hitler worship and hate codes? Are we failing to make sure the next generations will not forget the lessons learnt by the defeat of Hitler and the Third Reich?

Most of us are outraged by this type of story because we understand what the Nazi’s did to millions of people, and that the Nazi party is not dead and gone. It is alive and well in most Western countries; Neo-Nazism is on the rise and here in the UK we are fighting the BNP, who have learnt to present a more watered-down, user-friendly version of themselves in an attempt to gain political power.

It is our responsibility to make sure the fate of the millions people murdered by the Nazi Party must continue to be taught to make sure history is never allowed to repeat itself.

5,000 People Oppose Neo-Nazi March in Germany

More than 5,000 people gathered in Magdeburg on Saturday to form a ‘Mile of Democracy’, to commemorate the bombing of the town 65 years ago – and to try to stop neo-Nazis exploiting the anniversary for their purposes.

Around 1,000 neo-Nazis had secured permission to march through the town, to supposedly mark the deaths of the thousands killed in the bombing raids of January 16, 1945.

Interior minister for Saxony Anhalt, Holger Hövelmann, said, “The neo-Nazis who today make as if they are grieving for those Germans killed in the air raids, perpetuate the sowing of hatred for other people and different ways of thinking.”
He said it was a provocation and an insult to all victims of the war that neo-Nazis should march on such an anniversary.
Some of those opposing the neo-Nazi march tried to stop it, attempting to break through police lines. A police spokesman said that 1,200 police officers were there, and arrested 11 people. They used truncheons at times, to keep the neo Nazis and opponents apart.
More than 100 associations, voluntary organisations, church groups and parties had joined forces to organise the ‘Mile of Democracy’, which was first held last year when locals decided to oppose the annual neo-Nazi march.
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“Blow up the planes, trains and automobiles” Mr Griffin?

In a interview in the European Parliament July 2009 Nick Griffin leader of the BNP notoriously stated that “immigrants should be prevented from entering Africa by the advocation of “Sinking the Boats”.

The following is what was actually said in the interview by Nick Griffin

"But the only measure, sooner or later, which is going to stop immigration and stop large numbers of sub-Saharan Africans dying on the way to get over here is to get very tough with those coming over. Frankly, they need to sink several of those boats. Anyone coming up with measures like that, we'll support, but anything which is there as a 'oh, we need to do something about it' but in the end doing something about it means bringing them into Europe we will oppose."

Shirin Wheeler, the programme's presenter, interrupted him to say the EU did not murder people. "I didn't say anyone should be murdered at sea – I say boats should be sunk, they can throw them a life raft and they can go back to Libya," Griffin said. "But Europe has, sooner or later, to close its borders or it's simply going to be swamped by the third world."

Yet a very interesting article has appeared on the BBC website today which states that Spain, has revealed that the numbee of immigrants arriving in the country from Africa by boats has halfed in 2009.

And actually the figures state that the number of people arriving in the Canary islands by these so called boats Mr Griffin has fallen from 9,181 in 2008 to 2,246 in 2009.

We should expect this fact to be ignored by Mr Griffin and the BNP and their ilk across europe but on the other hand we might just get Mr Griffin stating they are now arriving by some other means.

So a “blow up the planes, trains and automoblies” statement might be coming soon.

Witness In The Last Holocaust Trial Gives Harrowing Account

The independent Today reports on the trial of what people are calling “the last Holocaust trial” that of the former Nazi SS guard John Demjanjuk, Ukrainian citizen, who was extradited to Germany from America last year, is accused of complicity in the murder of 27,900 mainly Dutch Jews.

One eye witness to the attrocites of the Nazi a Mr Thomas Blatt, who was a
Sobibor survivor said 'I polished SS boots as dying people screamed'

Yet Thomas "Toivi" Blatt is no ordinary senior citizen. Aged 82, he is one of the last people alive to have survived the hell of the Nazi extermination camps in which millions were systematically slaughtered by brutal German and Ukrainian SS henchmen during the Second World War.
Only 82 people are still alive of the people who survived the death factory camps of Treblinka, Sobibor, Belzec and Auschwitz-Birkenau in Nazi-occupied Poland. Thomas Blatt is one of them. He still has a bullet lodged in his jaw to show for it. He got it when he was shot in the face and had to "play dead" after a miraculous escape from Sobibor in October 1943.

This Tuesday, having travelled from his home in California, he will enter the witness box in the clinical surroundings of Munich's modern neon-lit criminal court and recall the horror he endured as a 15-year-old Jewish prisoner in Sobibor, where 250,00 people including his parents and his 10-year-old brother were murdered.

For more on this please click below

the independent