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February 21, 1998

Good Morning from the Zundelsite:

Here's from Canada:

Just in the last few days, two developments have been reported that ought to send joy into the struggling Revisionist cyber soldiers fighting for the truth to be given a chance.

The Ottawa Citizen, a serious paper comparable in importance to the Washington Post focusing on national and political affairs, ran an article titled "Nazi hunter under attack by Ukrainians" on February 16, 1998. Its subtitle was "MPs want answers about 'unscrupulous' handling of Ivan the Terrible case."

Now mind you, the "Ivan the Terrible" case of John Demjanjuk was that well-known, mismanaged court case where the U.S. Office of Special Investigations extradited a U.S. citizen to Israel and dragged this innocent Ukrainian man before an Israeli court for a globally broadcast and discussed show trial with the intent of hanging this old man - for crimes he had never committed.

Now, according to this article,
"A former top U.S. Nazi hunter may be summoned before a Commons committee to explain his role in the controversial Ivan the Terrible war crimes case.

"Canada's Ukrainian community has launched a vigorous campaign to discredit Neal Sher, former head of the U.S. Office of Special Investigations, since he was appointed late last year as a special adviser to the Justice Department's war crimes unit."


"The evidence indicates that the OSI was prepared to send an innocent man to his death," said Reform justice critic Jack Ramsay.

"If Neal Sher had any knowledge of this, or participated in any way in this, directly or indirectly, this has serious repercussions for his own investigative and personal integrity."

Between 1983 and 1994, Neal Sher was head of the U.S. Nazi hunting unit, which investigated thousands of suspected "Nazi" collaborators and won court orders stripping 60 of their U.S. citizenship. Later, heading the Demjanjuk investigation, Sher was severely excoriated by a U.S. appeals court for "acting with reckless disregard for the truth" by withholding several documents that could have helped the Cleveland autoworker.

The court, according to this article,
". . . accused the Nazi hunters of a "win-at-any-cost" attitude and trying to curry favour with Jewish organizations. "

This is the man the Holocaust Promotion Lobby imported to Canada to strengthen its "war crimes unit"! It seems that Canadians of Ukrainian descent are not exactly thrilled and, unlike the largely passive, guilt-induced German-descent population of Canada, have now decided to fight back.

The second item of interest out of Canada is that, according to a Feb. 11, 1998 AFP report , the Canadian Government
". . . refused Wednesday to take sides in a bitter battle between Canadian war veterans and Jewish groups over whether the Canadian War Museum should include a special Holocaust exhibit."

This story has played in the Canadian media for some time. Jewish interests wanted to nose themselves into the planned expansion of the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa to include a whole section on the Holocaust. The Canadian veterans were, and are, vehemently opposed. Virtually every veterans' group in Canada has come out against the idea. Most of the country's veterans' organizations thus found themselves pitted against Jewish groups - a disconcerting feeling for many.

The article goes on to say:
"Gradually, most of the Jewish groups have since accepted the argument that the Holocaust memorial should be separate from the war museum."

The lesson to be learned from these developments is that the Jewish Lobby simply used the veterans as patsies or fall guys to leverage a Canadian Holocaust Museum, such as their U.S. lobbyists arm-twisted out of the U.S. Government. There will be others, Just wait and see. These people are predictable.

Thought for the Day:

"One grows or dies. There is no third possibility."

(Oswald Spengler in "The Decline of the West.")

Comments? E-Mail: irimland@cts.com

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