View Full Version : A Monument for the Expelled Germans in Berlin?

Thursday, April 27th, 2006, 10:18 AM
A group of Germans who were expelled from the country’s Eastern provinces after WWII has been lobbying the government for a memorial similar to the recently inaugurated Monument to the Murdered Jews of Europe in the centre of Berlin.

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Gaian Meroveus
Friday, April 28th, 2006, 10:11 AM

contemporary generations of Germans born subsequent to WWll do not share one iota of culpability in any asserted misdemeaners of which their grandfathers may or may not have been guilty of.

It is time for Germans to say: "enough already!" "Damit Basta!"

In deference to my german heritage am i to carry a grudge against the modern day Italians because their Roman anticedants burned my ancestors alive for sport, forced germanic woman and children into brutal and often fatal slave labour, and generally treated us like animals?

Let the Jew with naught but saintly ancestors cast the first stone.
Hör damit auf Jüdchen. Schon genug!

Best wishes,