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LWW
02-28-2011, 06:26 AM
Not that it should surprise anyone.

About the only good thing to be said about George VI was that he wasn't as in with the Nazis as his brother Edward VIII.

George VI, in a vain effort to appease Hitler and his Islamic friends refused safe entry to Palestine by Jews attempting to flee Germany prior to the start of WWII.

Have they no dignity? No honor? No integrity? No conscience?

LWW

LWW
02-28-2011, 10:37 AM
Nary a leftist will denounce this tribute to an accessory to genocide?

LWW <---Unsurprised.

Soflasnapper
02-28-2011, 09:25 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: LWW</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Not that it should surprise anyone.

About the only good thing to be said about George VI was that he wasn't as in with the Nazis as his brother Edward VIII.

George VI, in a vain effort to appease Hitler and his Islamic friends refused safe entry to Palestine by Jews attempting to flee Germany prior to the start of WWII.

Have they no dignity? No honor? No integrity? No conscience?

LWW </div></div>

Look, if the Jews of Hollywood chose to do this, they are not so exercised as you are on this alleged issue.

Who are you to tell the Jews who to continue to hate on if they've turned the page on this historical character?

Do you also want them to hate on the early Hitler boosters, Churchill? Wall Street? The Bush family? Exxon/Mobil and the Rockefellers?

We don't need more people in the world explaining who everyone else needs to hate; there is plenty enough of that going around already.

LWW
03-01-2011, 05:08 AM
That sounded a little Hitlerian itself.

LWW

Soflasnapper
03-02-2011, 05:35 PM
Really?

When I suggest that burying the hatchet, forgiving people from old grudges, might be better than forever hating them, that sounds Hitlerian to you?

Maybe when Burt Bacharach wrote, 'what the world needs now, is love, sweet love,' he was channeling Hitler too? Or deserved a rejoinder song concerning how you should instead get more hateful?

This forgiveness COMMANDMENT from Jesus is about the hardest thing to do for us of everything He commanded. It is so unnatural for us in our fallen state, that it almost sounds idiotic.

Unfortunately, most of the best ideas are savaged and ridiculed in this world.

pooltchr
03-02-2011, 05:49 PM
If you actually study the Bible, you would know that forgiveness is not granted unless the sinner renounces and turns away from the sin.

Are we to forgive a serial killer each time he kills another person? And forgiveness does not mean there is no punishment. There are still consequences for our actions.

Forgive does not mean forget.

LAMas
03-02-2011, 11:13 PM
Blood on our hands as well.


Refugees on the St. Louis Refused Entry Everywhere (1939): On Saturday, May 13, 1939, the S.S. St. Louis left Hamburg, Germany for Havana, Cuba carrying 937 passengers, most of whom were Jews fleeing Nazi Germany. Most had applied for a visa to the U.S. and were planning on only staying in Cuba until able to legally enter the U.S. During the two weeks it took the St. Louis to cross the Atlantic, the political climate in Cuba changed drastically. These changes in Cuba caused the landing permits held by those aboard the St. Louis to become invalid.


Denied entry into Cuba, those aboard the St. Louis begged the United States and other countries to let them in. Although newspaper reports sympathized with the refugees, no non-European country would allow them entry. On June 7, 1939, the St. Louis headed back to Europe, delivering many of its Jewish passengers back into the hands of the Nazis.

See full article: Voyage of the St. Louis

LWW
03-03-2011, 02:51 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: LAMas</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Blood on our hands as well.


Refugees on the St. Louis Refused Entry Everywhere (1939): On Saturday, May 13, 1939, the S.S. St. Louis left Hamburg, Germany for Havana, Cuba carrying 937 passengers, most of whom were Jews fleeing Nazi Germany. Most had applied for a visa to the U.S. and were planning on only staying in Cuba until able to legally enter the U.S. During the two weeks it took the St. Louis to cross the Atlantic, the political climate in Cuba changed drastically. These changes in Cuba caused the landing permits held by those aboard the St. Louis to become invalid.


Denied entry into Cuba, those aboard the St. Louis begged the United States and other countries to let them in. Although newspaper reports sympathized with the refugees, no non-European country would allow them entry. On June 7, 1939, the St. Louis headed back to Europe, delivering many of its Jewish passengers back into the hands of the Nazis.

See full article: Voyage of the St. Louis

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They have made excuses for that also ... it all boils down to the fact that they were Jews.

LWW

Soflasnapper
03-03-2011, 04:03 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: pooltchr</div><div class="ubbcode-body">If you actually study the Bible, you would know that forgiveness is not granted unless the sinner renounces and turns away from the sin.

Are we to forgive a serial killer each time he kills another person? And forgiveness does not mean there is no punishment. There are still consequences for our actions.

Forgive does not mean forget. </div></div>

Mercy from God is different from the commandment to us on earth to forgive.

Jesus did not limit his command of forgiving our enemies (and those who persecute us) and praying for them to only those enemies who've repented, or made amends, or paid some penalty or price.

Ever study the Bible yourself, LWW? Your comment seems to preclude that.

Soflasnapper
03-03-2011, 04:05 PM
Wrong thread. Please see why you are mistaken in LWW's OTHER thread.