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Old June 18th, 2020 #24
Stewart Meadows
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Originally Posted by Stewart Meadows View Post
The allies fought and ultimately defeated the only people who in modern times were able to rid their country of the incredibly influential, evil and destructive jews. Up until that point, jews were kidnapping European women and girls and raping them and selling them into slavery:

They were also spreading homosexual and transsexual propaganda – hell, they were even advocating sex-change operations for white children:

The Germans put a stop to all these terrible things, and the British and Americans responded by going to war against them and ultimately defeating them. Then they handed over the German survivors to the jews, and helped the jews torture and murder them in the most painful and disgusting ways that you can imagine, like crushing their testicles:
Benjamin Berell Ferencz (born March 11, 1920)[1][2][3] is a Hungarian-born American lawyer. He was an investigator of Nazi war crimes after World War II and the chief prosecutor[4] for the United States Army at the Einsatzgruppen Trial, one of the 12 military trials held by the U.S. authorities at Nuremberg, Germany. Later, he became an advocate of the establishment of an international rule of law and of an International Criminal Court. From 1985 to 1996, he was adjunct professor of international law at Pace University.
When Ferencz was ten months old, his family emigrated to the United States which, according to his own account, was to avoid the persecution of Hungarian Jews by the Romanians after they had gained formal control of Transylvania.[5] The family settled in New York City, where they lived on the Lower East Side in Manhattan.[6]

TIFF 2018: Nuremberg prosecutor Ben Ferencz on ‘inspiring’ documentary Prosecuting Evil and his fears for the future

Do you see yourself as inspiring?

Absolutely. That’s the only value I have. I’m 99 years old. When I talk to young people, I get a standing ovation, and I get that standing ovation for the simple reason that they know I’m telling the truth.

What is the truth?

The truth is that they’re in great danger. We have the capacity to kill everybody on this planet. And if we don’t change our fundamental institutions and approaches to differences, we will do that. It doesn’t bother me – I’m 99 years old. But I am concerned for their welfare. They need to open their hearts and minds to a new system if there is to be any future for them at all.
Can you talk about being picked to be chief prosecutor for one of the 12 trials at the Nuremberg tribunal?​

I was 27 years old. It was my first case. I convicted 22 defendants of murdering in cold blood over a million people simply because they didn’t share the race or the ideology of their executioners.

Ben Ferencz. "Trust me, goyim."

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