The road to Auschwitz was paved with hate
Letter to the Editor
As an Australian, I have to say it is better to die standing than to live on your knees. Bugger the bureaucrats who make us all jump through their politically correct hoops. I have no delusions of bothering to try to meet their standards, as the goalposts keep shifting. Marie Antoinette was stupid enough to say ‘let them eat cake’ when she was told the people had no bread. These people are so removed from reality that they have no remorse, empathy, or shame. May the cold blade of justice hack their heads off just as mercilessly as they have been prepared to gamble with our lives.
De Libre Oppresso: the motto of the Green Berets (To Liberate the Oppressed).
May the Lord hear our cries and see our tears and grant us peace and dignity in the face of humiliation and shame.
A Jewish survivor from Auschwitz was asked, “Where was your God?”
His reply was, “Where was man?”
‘The road to Auschwitz was paved with hate but was built by indifference.’
As a historian, I see a pattern of history replicating itself here. We have never learnt what warning signs to look out for. The New World Order is on the march, and I only hope and pray that the Lord comes to take us home soon. This world sickens me.
‘All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.’ -Edmund Burke
from Paul Anderson