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Daily Archives: February 11, 2009
Edith Bruck, a concentration camp survivor, was a filmmaker, playwright, and poet. After the war, she lived in Israel and Italy. This is her poem, “Pretty Soon”: Pretty soon when people hear a quiz show expert talk about Auschwitz they’ll … Continue reading
From “Some Like Poetry”, by Wislawa Szymborska: History counts its skeletons in round numbers. A thousand and one remains a thousand, as though the one had never existed: an imaginary embryo, an empty cradle, an ABC never read, air that … Continue reading
“St. Paul put it this way: The Jews are beloved for the sake of Our Father, but our enemies for the sake of the gospel”: Anti-Semite and Holocaust Denying Catholic Bishop, Richard Williamson, Spouts More Stupidity in an Interview with Der Spiegel
Salon.com has an English translation of the interview that Bishop Richard Williamson did with Der Spiegel, the German news magazine. As one might expect, the bishop dug an even deeper intellectual and moral hole for himself, refusing an offer to … Continue reading
Happy birthday, Charles Darwin? A recent Gallup poll puts American “belief” in the scientific theory of evolution at just 39%. 25% percent of respondents to the poll stated outright that they “do not believe in evolution”, and 36% had no opinion … Continue reading
Here is part of Auschwitz Commandant Rudolf Hoess’s official testimony at the Nuremburg Trials, 1946: The “final solution” of the Jewish question meant the complete extermination of all Jews in Europe. l was ordered to establish extermination facilities at Auschwitz … Continue reading