Monday, June 8, 2009

Slave Camp

If you have been watching CNN, then you know the story about the WWII slave camp that our soldiers were in. The military made these men sign a paper that they were NEVER to speak about this. The military said it was a mistake, that they never said the men could not talk about it. BULLSH-T, these men were told not to speak about it and its NOT the first time our government has told people to sign a document and not talk about what happened.

My Uncle Francis was on the Titanic and worked on the ship. He had to sign a paper and was told to never talk about it. And that people will be my next post, the truth about the Titanic , my Uncle Francis' story.

And for those people who do not believe in the holocaust: Hitler's men did put Jewish, Gypsy and Gay people in camps, they did kill them, number them, gave very little food to them and experiment on them. This is a reminder to all of us, that when the wrong people have power (those behind the throne) bad things happen. German people are good people with good hearts, the ones in the 30's elected a friut cake, who surrounded himself with more friut cakes. We have elected a few fruit cakes in our time, who made promises. What else is new! The holocaust is a reminder for the world that nothing like this should ever happen again!

It is to remind us not to be animals, to show humane kindness. It is a reminder of what can happen and as humans, we need to be reminded over and over and over.


Beth Niquette said...

Our Father was a prisoner of war in Nazi Germany. He also appears to have signed such a paper--Dad was just 18 when he was drafted into the army. Out of his entire company/platoon--only three survived.

I'd love to hear the truth about the Titanic. I've always been fascinated by the stories of the survivors, and the discoveries they made since as to why it sank in the first place.

Darlene said...

The Germans kept meticulous records and they fully documented the Holocaust.

I once had a young Egyptian doctor stay with me and he said just a few people died in the Holocaust and that it was exaggerated. I proved him wrong and showed him photos. Sadly, this is a common misconception in the mid-east fostered by their leaders.