Jews Say That They’ll Continue Trying to Prosecute 100-Year-Old German Soldiers

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 24, 2020

As those who served in the German military during WWII have aged into their 90s, the Jews have stepped up their efforts to prosecute them. This is partially because the men are too old to defend themselves, and there is no evidence either way. It is also because the Jews want to keep the memory of the alleged “Holocaust” in the front of people’s brains as much as possible, so they can have an excuse for their ongoing abuse and exploitation of Christians and other non-Jews.

A “Nazi war crime” is now defined as “serving in the German military during World War II.”


Nazi crimes have no statute of limitations and the advanced age of culprits cannot prevent their judicial prosecution, Christoph Heubner, executive vice president of the International Auschwitz Committee, said.

“As you know, the Bundestag decided several decades ago that Nazi crimes have no statute of limitations. That means that there is no limit on when they can be prosecuted”, Heubner said.According to Heubner, the fact the Federal Republic of Germany kept refusing for “many decades” after World War II to prosecute Nazi criminals and that “only a part of the criminals were brought before German justice” has become “one of the greatest scandals in the post-war period, which can no longer be undone”.

He further stated that survivors believe there is no age limit for those prosecuted for these crimes. Their age also does not prevent them from acting as witnesses, Heubner added.

Over 200 death camp and ghetto prisoners, as well as delegations from more than 30 countries, will gather in the Polish city of Oswiecim later in the week to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp’s liberation.

According to data from the Institute of Contemporary History Munich-Berlin and the Yad Vashem centre in Jerusalem, nearly 38,000 investigations of Nazi crimes have been conducted in the Federal Republic of Germany, with 15,000 more in the former German Democratic Republic.

About 17,000 people were eventually brought before a court in West Germany on charges related to Nazi crimes, Die Welt reported.

Arguably, the entire concept of “war crimes” is a hoax, given that when you are at war, you are following the laws of your own nation, not that of the nation that you’re fighting against, making it invalid for your enemies to prosecute you after you lose a war.

Basically, the entire theory of “war crimes” was developed following WWII to deal with the Nazis. The situation was very controversial, as many on the American side disagreed with the “denazification” process. The logical thing to do would have been to allow the Nazi government to remain intact after the war, with Hitler being forced to step down, and leaving a military occupation force there until such time as we were no longer worried about Germany starting another war.

The problem with this traditional solution to a post-war situation was that the German population couldn’t be allowed to continue to talk about the Jews, so they had to be brainwashed into believing the Jews were good and that Germans were evil for ever questioning their intentions.

The justification for the denazification process was provided by American Jew Henry Morgenthau, who claimed that the entire German nation was responsible for the war, and thus their entire society must be systematically destroyed. Although the Morgenthau Plan was eventually abandoned, the process of denazification was completed.

We are still living in the aftermath of WWII, and the regular prosecutions of Nazis are there to remind us of that.