At Thu, 08 Apr 1999 17:29:12 -0400, you wrote:
>>It seems that the Nazi's are unique in their impression upon us. Most
>>Americans, and I think the world, are willing to ignore, or dont make the
>>associations with, Nazi-like actions unless directly confronted. How long
>>until the Nazi iconography is so deep in our consciousness that they no
>>longer provoke the horror they do now? We often mention other acts of
>>Genocide in the last 200 years, yet except for the Nazi atrocity, there
>>seems to be little emotional response.
>as hitler is claimed to have said "no one remembers the armenians"
>..i heard in great depth about the armenian genocide, very thought
>provoking and disturbing.. far closer to the nazis than kosovo. rwanda is
>closer that kosovo as well..
>~the great tinkerer
I think that the closest relative to the Nazi atrocities this century would have to be what Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge did to Cambodia.
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Joe E. Dees
Poet, Pagan, Philosopher