Eternal Haters

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No one hates the White Aryan Man more than Jews and their vulgar vengence on the vanquished knows no bounds.

The Queens home of Jakiw Palij — the last known concentration camp guard still living in the United States — was the site Monday of a massive demonstration by yeshiva students commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Students from the Long Island-based Rambam Mesivta, a private Jewish high school in Lawrence, L.I., protested in front of Palij’s two-story, brick Jackson Heights home.

“It is outrageous that a Nazi who is involved in killing thousands of innocent men, women and children should be able to walk the same streets that we do,” said Rambam Mesivta senior Benjamin Kattan, 17, who helped organize the protest. Oy vey!

“While Palij, 92, lives on Social Security checks on a quiet Queens street, victims who suffered in concentration camps continue to have nightmares about their horror.” Bahaaahaaa-LOL !

Though local residents describe Palij as a nice elderly man, demonstrators reminded neighbors that Palij was a cog in the evil wheel of genocide, guarding a death camp in occupied Poland in 1943 .

Eli Rosenbaum, the nation’s top geriatric German  hunter who directs a special justice department investigation unit, once called Palij “an essential component in the machinery of annihilation.”

Palij was adjudicated in U.S. courts as a Nazi war criminal.

The Justice Department said Palij worked at the nearby Trawinki training camps for secret service troops who would carry out the extermination of Polish Jews.

A federal judge ordered Palij deported in 2004, but none of the three European countries to which he could be sent — Germany, Poland and Ukraine — wanted to take him.

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People who live near Palij — some weary of the protests that have become a ritual over the years — described Palij as a good neighbor.

“I knew he was a Nazi,” said one neighbor, a 31-year-old man who did not want to be named. “You hear things. I wasn’t surprised since the protesters come every year. I see him sometimes. He’s old, you know? I try to help him sometimes. He usually stays inside. He’s a nice guy. He’s always been a nice guy to me.”

and an other neighbor had this to say,

“Just because he was in the war doesn’t mean he hates people. He doesn’t do nothing around here. He doesn’t harm anyone. He barely comes out. We’re all puppets. I’m a puppet, you’re a puppet. Maybe his country just made him do those things. Who knows, man.”

So back off haters, we have all had more than enough of your crocodile tears.

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Published in: on September 13, 2017 at 7:31 am  Leave a Comment