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Memorial Day gone wrong: Germany Awards Former SS Doctor

Posted by avideditor on May 26, 2008

I would like to thank all that gave their life in order to defeat the greatest evil of last century the Nazis. I hope my generation has the courage, willpower, and strength to defeat the greatest evil of century Radical Islam. It looks like Germany is at it again helping jihadist like Iran, while honoring Nazis. This news just makes me sick. 

 

(IsraelNN.com) The German Federation of Internal Medicine has awarded a former Nazi SS doctor, suspected of carrying out euthanasia. Dr. Hans-Joachim Sewering, 92, was honored for giving “unequalled services in the cause of freedom of the practice and the independence of the medical profession and to the nation’s health system,” according to the Federation.

American Jewish organizations previously have charged that Sewering killed 900 Jewish children at a euthanasia center. He has admitted to being part of the elite SS unit but has denied carrying out euthanasia.
 
American Jewish Dr. Michael Franzblau, who has spent tens of thousands of dollars in an attempt to prosecute Sewering, has said in previous speeches, “I would like the German medical profession to recognize that they have a stain on their honor by his continued presence.”

One Response to “Memorial Day gone wrong: Germany Awards Former SS Doctor”

  1. stushie said

    Memorial Day Sonnet

    If Liberty means anything to me,
    I will remember what my freedom cost,
    By those who gave their all to keep me free,
    Whose lives were sacrificed, but never lost.
    I will remind myself of what they did,
    And keep them dearly cherished in my heart;
    Their honor never from me shall be hid
    And I will know they always did their part
    To save our nation and its people here,
    To pledge their lives in defense of our ways,
    To show that freedom always outlives fear,
    And sacrifice is hallowed all our days.
    If Liberty means anything to me,
    I will remember those who kept me free.

    © John Stuart 2008
    Pastor at Erin Presbyterian Church,
    Knoxville, Tennessee

    Audio at:
    [audio src="http://media.libsyn.com/media/stushie/Memorial_Day.mp3" /]

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