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December 16, 2014, 06:04 PM

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So just to be clear, you would condemn a Jew for taking out a Hitler youth school after Nazis killed his family in a concentration camp? (honest question... just seeing where you stand)
The answer to this question is not diametric. There is context and shading.



A Jew in grief would be somewhat understandable, but would still leave me with an unfavorable opinion.

If a Jew held credible knowledge these kids were to be imminently deployed and sent out to kill other Jews, then I would have some softening on my stance. I wouldn't like it, but I understand.

However, sending in a a hit squad of Jews whose sole purpose was to indiscriminately shoot as many kids as possible would be absolutely unpalatable by my standard, and I would call for their trial.



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