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Good Nazis

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Submitted by PDM (United States), Mar 31, 2008 at 18:20

When the allied forces liberated the concentration camps, the military leaders led the local Nazi population on a fun filled field trip to view the camp and what was left of the people incarcerated within. These people claimed they did not know what was going on within the camp. Perhaps they were frightened of the Nazi war machine. Are moderate muslims afraid of the islamic war machine? I have also seen photos of Nazi military leaders from the camps on holiday with the locals having a grand old time. Were these the GOOD NAZIS?

Most Americans have no problem with any people of any ethnicity. What we do have a problem with is muslims making excuses for violence committed in the name of islam. A comparison can be made of 'good' muslims with the above described GOOD NAZIS.

Join the local Addiction Anonymous group because you are all in DENIAL! If muslims continue to deny the truth, islam will suffer the same fate as Nazism.


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