Sunday, May 25, 2008

Germany Gives Award To Nazi Doctor

I've been saying for some time now that Germany hasn't learned the lessons of the past and appears to be repeating it in some ways. I've already blogged on this site about how the German state continues to use its gestapo powers to enforce Hitler's very own law banning homeschooling, leading to the persecution of Christian families who want to homeschool so as to avoid having their children being indoctrinated in, for example, bizarre, far-left-approved dogmatic sexual nonsense, which is against their religion. Many Christian families have been forced to flee Germany already to go to countries that respect their human rights.

Now we have the German state apparatus giving an award to a Nazi doctor. This is just incredible. I cannot believe they'd honor a Nazi butcher.
Dr. Hans-Joachim Sewering was honoured for having "performed unequalled services in the cause of freedom of the practice and the independence of the medical profession, and to the nation's health system," the German Federation of Internal Medicine said in a statement.

Since 1978, Der Spiegel has published documents claiming that Sewering, while a doctor at a tuberculosis clinic near Munich, sent a 14-year-old girl to die at a euthanasia centre carrying out secret Nazi policies to murder
members of society especially weak of body or mind.

The U.S. Anti-Defamation
League claims Sewering sent a total of 900 children to their death at a euthanasia centre. Sewering has admitted to membership in the SS, an elite Nazi formation, but has always denied being responsible for euthansia.

This is a highly inappropriate choice. No Nazi war criminal should be awarded anything other than, perhaps, a noose. Worn firmly around the neck.

Something is clearly still wrong in Germany.