Nakba Historiography for EAST PRUSSIA

May 28, 2011
…”House of the Soviets“, built on the site of the former … Königsberg Castle
Königsberg Castle, 1895…
Monument of Grand Master Albert, … the first Duke of Prussia; Malbork,… Poland

..most of the German inhabitants, which then consisted principally of women, children, and old men, did manage to escape the Red Army as part of the largest exodus of people in human history. “A population which had stood at 2.2 million in 1940 was reduced to 193,000 at the end of May 1945.….. …

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More generally, I think that any time anyone suggests that we need to… empathize with the “Nakba” of the “Palestinians” – they should be… directed to contemplating East Prussia…. East Prussia, where in many ways World War II began (in Hitler’s… campaign for Danzig), was emptied out near the end of the war, with… hundreds of thousands of Germans fleeing the approaching Red Army and… the impending battles, and with hundreds of thousands more evicted… after the Soviets pushed through East Prussia into Berlin. In all,… 1.8 to 2.2 million East Prussians were driven out or fled. That is 4… times the number of “Palestinian refugees” from 1948-49. Parts of… East Prussia were annexed by Russia, the rest being incorporated into… Poland. …

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And what about mourning for their “catastrophe?” No one, not even… the worst bleeding heart in the West, has ever believed East Prussians…

The fortress Ordensburg Marienburg, founded in 1274,… the world’s largest brick castle … and the Teutonic Order‘s headquarters on the River Nogat.

deserve any sympathy or support or compensation for their “plight.”… They were part of the German monstrosity that had launched the war and… they became refugees as a direct result of the crimes and aggressions… of the German people, crimes they most enthusiastically endorsed and… in which they participated. Exactly like the circumstances under… which “Palestinian Arabs” became refugees as a result of launching a… genocidal war of aggression and then losing…. Think the “Palestinians” deserve compassion? Sure, right after the… East Prussians are granted a “Right of Return.”via


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BiBi to Obama: before 1967, Israel was all of nine miles wide — half the width of the Washington Beltway.

May 25, 2011

And these were not the boundaries of peace; they were the boundaries of repeated wars

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Three Cheers for Terroristine

May 23, 2011

By endorsing the 1967 borders, he endorsed the outcome of the Arab invasion of Israel in 1948. Every time his administration condemns a Jewish house in Jerusalem, he endorses the Jordanian conquest of the city.

Nakba Historiography

Why are the borders of the 1948 war, so much better than the borders of the Six Day War? Because the Terroristinians came closer to winning that war. Came closer to driving the Yahood into the sea and ululating over mile after mile of their corpses.

But the dream failed. Farmers armed with outdated rifles. Volunteer pilots from America and Canada. Refitted cargo ships filled with half-dead men, women and children straight from the camps. Used Czech artillery. They held off the armies of seven Terroristinian nations. Farm by farm, they stood off tanks and infantry. In Jerusalem, they fought for every house. And so the Zionist entity survived. Allah curse them. They survived.

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