Sunday, April 8, 2012

Once a Nazi....


"Nobel Prize-winning writer Gunter Grass has criticised Israel for "endangering the already fragile world peace".
Mr Grass, 84, is known for his left-wing political views. In a poem published in the German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung, he expressed concern that Israel "could wipe out the Iranian people" if it took action against Tehran's nuclear ambitions.
The anti-war writer, who was at the centre of a controversy in 2006 after it emerged that he had served in the Waffen SS during the Holocaust, said in the poem that he was "tired of Western hypocrisy". He said he had remained silent on Israel for years because of his past."

Remained silent? You know what? Former Nazis need to keep their mouths shut when it comes to lecturing Jews about anything. You don't have a moral leg to stand on.


  1. Kossacks are upset because the poor Nazi has been declared persona non grata. Poor widdle Nazi.

    One idiot's take?

    "I always considered it (The Tin Drum) as anti-Nazi as could be and at the same time chilling in its tale of how little it takes to convince a people that they are better than everybody else. It wouldn't hurt Israel to consider some of that in light of their relationship with the Palestinian people."

    Freaking antisemite.

    1. Haters will always find verification for their hate Daniel. It's their raison d'etre.


    Spengler's open letter to Grass wherein he asks:

    "By the way, how did you like Inglorious Basterds?"

  3. Well said, Doodad. My own take on this horrid man and his horrid utterances was not nearly so balanced:

    1. Well said at PSU, as well. There is nothing nice that can be said about the jerk for sure.