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Sunday, February 05, 2006

Science Fiction


At 11:08 AM, Blogger Mahamoty said...

I do not understand this cartoon? A Jewish editor as Steven Spielberg calls a fantasy editor Peter Jakson something about the Holocaust? Where the message, the joke, moral, story, hint.

I learned in school a cartoon is a method that shows (usually a hidden truth) something without saying a word because in a written way it would be to dangerous, risky, ambigous or like this.

But to talk/write about the Holocoust is not a risk at all esspecially in Germany. Therefore the cartoons do nut hurt.

Furthermore, I would like to know "Do islamic/muslim people know about the Holocaust contex sufficiently"

I think the idea with the Holocaust cartoons competition is childish but why not, maybe there start a new way of thinking with an escalation that can reach the level as same as took place in the year 1933 in Germany. But than pray to all gods of the world.

History is damed to repeat itself in downward spirale, faster and faster.

At 11:13 PM, Blogger Ramo said...

We know the "holocaust" history very well, it's rammed down our throats all the time.

I suggest you do some studying, and see whether 6 millions Jews were actually killed, and come back and tell us how, because no one is able to descibe the magical gas chambers. Lots of Jews were killed yes, but not 6 million, it just wasn't possible.

And why is it the Palestinians are being made to pay for German crimes?!

At 6:40 PM, Blogger Simplement moi said...

Ramo... please... take a plane and visit the real places and then come back to expose your feeling.

And for this

"And why is it the Palestinians are being made to pay for German crimes?!"

is a complete misunderstanding of the History, and of the actual situation from 1948.



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