“Pound of flesh” news
The (((usual suspects))) are baying for blood, as always.
Don’t expect any mercy from “them”. They are not European and have a very different historical and genetic background to us.
As to the case itself, in 1945 the present defendant was 23 or 24. His duty was, apparently, to stand in a watch-tower for a certain number of hours per day. Now the Jew-Zionist-dominated “German” state is putting him on trial at the age of 100.
Should the American sentries at the gates of Los Alamos in 1944 or 1945 be put on trial because they “facilitated” the dropping of the atom bombs on Japan, and so “helped” to kill hundreds of thousands of Japanese civilians? No? Why not, on this basis?
Britain is now a dustbin. Time to clear out the trash.
Other tweets seen
“I em goin’ to bee a loww…yer. At de Bar“…I have seen some specimens not much better than that! The Bar, like much of England, is a dustbin now.
You see poor reasoning skills and poor English constantly on Twitter, and in the real world outside Twitter. Many of the defaulters are graduates, and some are barristers, solicitors, doctors etc. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10066893/University-grade-inflation-fears-tutors-ignore-poor-English-policies-drive-inclusivity.html.
All part of the contrived and deliberately promoted madness of the present age, perhaps especially in the UK. I blogged about this a few years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/11/15/when-reality-becomes-subjective/.
I cited this tweet, which quotes the great G.K. Chesterton:
Basically true, though the exact figure for casualties in Dresden is still disputed, and may have been “only” 200,000, possibly as “low” as 25,000. WW2 statistics are frequently open to question (though the Dresden bombing and firestorm did at least take place, unlike the gassings in the mythical “gas chambers” etc).
…but just wait until some lady talks about Jews on an Internet “radio” podcast, or posts a cartoon or two about “them”. Then the police are on the case at once! The lady in question might well be prosecuted…
Another and longer film about American rustbelt city, Gary (Indiana).
Interesting. In the Soviet Union, there were many (State-owned, of course) “company towns”, mostly founded under Stalin. Such industrial areas were part of a huge organized system, the [economic] Plan for a country 92x the size of the UK, and encompassing 11 time zones. A machine where each component was dependent on all other parts working.
When the Soviet system fell apart, many such cities all but collapsed, dependent as they were one one single plant or factory which found itself unable to sell products or to buy raw materials.
The industrial plant usually provided everything: transport, medical services, schools, and more. When the plant closed, the “social infrastructure” lost all funding. The result has been, over the past 30 years, population loss and, not infrequently, cities becoming abandoned areas.