who wrote this

Erich Dollansky oceanare at pacific.net.sg
Sun Nov 25 17:20:53 PST 2007


eBoundHost: Artur wrote:
> T,
> I don't know any soft way to say this.  The man, Hitler, was the most 
> evil person that our generation has ever witnessed.  The things he did 

this is why he has to be quoted so people see from where certain ideas 

I live in a country where many things are - knowingly or unknowingly - 
copied from this guy.

> What really gets me is the fact that this is one of the examples put on 
> the FreeBSD page.  I'm all for freedom and libertarian ideals, but for 

You can promote freedom only if you are able to describe the opposite.

> I don't want to outlaw anything, but have some good taste.  Learn to 
> moderate yourselves, this is what "freedom" is all based on, being good 
> to others.
You must make people aware. If people are not aware - this was the most 
common excuse of Germans after the war - they will never ever support 
any actions against something.

> I would appreciate if someone would help me find the person who can help 
> to modify the text on this page.

I hope, you will not find this person.

Just for your information. Parts of my family were active against Hitler 
until the collapse of the Third Reich.

I think, that you are not able to understand the possible unawareness if 
you have not experienced it just after 1945. A very high percentage of 
Germans simply could not imagine or did not believe what was going on 
around them.

Surpressing even quotes like them here, is the first step to make people 
feel as they live in a perfect world.


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