November 11, 2006

Neo-Nazis rampage through German city

Sixteen people were arrested after neo-Nazis shouting "Sieg Heil", rampaged through a Germany city and destroyed wreaths placed to mark the anniversary of the 1938 Nazi pogrom against the Jews. Police in the eastern city of Frankfurt on Oder said the group had launched an attack last night, shortly after a memorial service by community and Jewish leaders at a monument where a synagogue once stood. The neo-Nazis trampled floral wreaths placed at a memorial stone to the synagogue in the city on the Polish border. The synagogue was destroyed 68 years ago in the Nazis’ Kristallnacht, or "Night of Broken Glass". They threw away candles left at the memorial ceremony, which had been attended by about 200 people. One eyewitness was quoted as saying he saw three of the neo-Nazis urinating on the memorial stone.

The removal of the Berlin Wall in 1990 was too soon for these unrepentant nazi swine whose punishment was too short for their crimes, their father's crimes and their grandfather's crimes against humanity.