Re: Is Bob Only Exaggerating?

Dock Side (Port@everglades.gator)
Tue, 21 Jan 1997 02:13:54 GMT

On 20 Jan 1997 19:14:10 GMT, (Eugene Holman) wrote in

>The Holocaust, in contrast to the above lamentable chapters in human
>history, represented a *qualitative* leap in the destruction of a segment
>of the population. Never before in human history has a network of centers
>working according to an industrial rather than a military regime been
>systematically designed, constructed, and equipped with the specific
>purpose of collecting, humiliating, and then destroying millions of
>people, no matter what their age, sex, education, or social status solely
>on the basis of the fact that the people in charge did not like them.
>Never before did a nation make such a concerted and deliberate effort to
>rid itself, its neighbors, and it hoped, the entire world of people on the
>basis of the psychopathic hate felt by of a handful of its leaders. It is
>these qualities which set the Holocaust off from other instances of mass
>murder as a qualitatively unique crime.

To review the bidding we are down to possibly 3 million in gas chambers
and 9 million shot. Exactly what do industry and modern times have to do with

"Greed is good." -- Ivan Boesky, but is sounds better in
the original Yiddish.
Pat Buchanan's speeches sound better in the original German.