Pending some cataclysmic reset, the human race will never forgive the Nazis. It would take some grand, existence-wiping event to obscure the parts of our recent history that could allow Germany’s 1938-1945 time period to come back into existence within Deutschland.
As it stands now, the Germans seem to prefer simply not talking about it, which is something the world has accepted as being fine.
But, believe it or not, there are still some individuals out there who shoulder some blame for the atrocities of The Holocaust and the rise of Adolph Hitler, and they are still being brought to justice.
A 95-year-old Tennessee man has been deported to Germany because he worked as a guard at a Nazi concentration camp during World War II, the Justice Department announced Saturday.
Friedrich Karl Berger was sent to Germany because he participated in Nazi-sponsored acts of persecution while serving as an armed guard at the Neuengamme concentration camp system near Meppen, Germany, in 1945, according to the announcement.
“Berger’s removal demonstrates the Department of Justice’s and its law enforcement partners’ commitment to ensuring that the United States is not a safe haven for those who have participated in Nazi crimes against humanity and other human rights abuses,” Acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson said.
The news highlights the obscene comparisons that modern day politicians have made regarding one another that rely on Nazi imagery.
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