Monday, April 13, 2015

We'll fight the last war, thank you

Til the last man drops;
The world’s predominant Nazi-hunting group is taking the United States to task over its failure to prosecute a member of a notorious Nazi killing unit who lived quietly in Minnesota for decades. In its annual report, the Simon Wiesenthal Center said Monday that it had lowered its ranking of the U.S.’s Nazi-hunting efforts from A to B.
That's because a retired Minnesota carpenter (Michael Karkoc) has been left in peace to die in the USA, rather than be charged with alleged war crimes from 7 decades ago (for which there are probably no witnesses still alive to testify).

Meanwhile, the heirs of Stalin still rule North Korea. There are Stalinists in power in Cuba and Venezuela, and some who'd like to be, in China.

That's not even taking into account the Islamofascists in the Middle East and Iran.

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