Wiesenthal Center about Neo-Nazi-Terror in Germany
Jerusalem/Muenster-The Simon Wiesenthal Center today called upon the German authorities to investigate the possibility that the same officials who either colluded with neo-Nazi terrorists or purposely ignored their criminal activities also conspired to prevent the prosecution of Nazi war criminals. In a statement issued today by its chief Nazi-hunter, Israel director Dr. Efraim Zuroff, and its chief researcher in Germany Dr. Stefan Klemp, the Center noted that unlike the situation in most of the other Laender, where numerous Nazi war criminals have been and/or are currently under investigation, in recent years there have no investigations whatsoever of Holocaust perpetrators in Thuringia.
According to Zuroff and Klemp:
"In the light of this week´s revelations, we cannot totally discount the possibility that the same officials who colluded and/or turned a blind eye to neo-Nazi activity in Thuringia helped made sure that no Nazi war criminals would be investigated, let alone prosecuted. The urgent investigation into the serious crimes committed by the neo-Nazis should therefore also seriously consider the possibility that their activities included efforts to shield their ideological predecessors from the recently increasingly successful efforts in Germany to bring Nazi war criminals to justice."
Donnerstag, 17 November 2011
Ich weiß nicht, wie ernst ich diese Aufforderung nehmen soll. Erstens ermittelt der Verfassungsschutz keine Straftaten - dafür ist ausschließlich die Staatsanwaltschaft zuständig - und zweitens werden Naziverbrecher aus dem 2. Weltkrieg nicht von der Landesstaatsanwaltschaft "betreut" sondern durch die Zentralstelle in Ludwigsburg. Dieses Statement finde ich etwas populistisch.
Ausländisch finazierte NGOs sollten sich nicht in innere Belange Deutschlands einmischen.
Großbritanien eifert Israel nach:
Konservative bereiten Gleichstellung für schwul-lesbische Paare vor