Thursday, January 18, 2007

Jimmy Carter Interceded for Death Camp Nazi

In addition to the Misery-Index President's new book "Palestine: Peace, Not Apartheid" which admonishes Israel while it exonerates "Palestinians", new information has been released that shores up speculation that Carter has a soft spot for anyone that kills Jews as a hobby...

Seven years after Carter left office the Justice Department (under Neil Sher) received a letter from him asking for "consideration" for a Nazi SS man's family in the decision to deport him from the United States. This was not a suspected murderer --there was definitive (written) proof in a log found by American forces when Mauthausen Death Camp was liberated.

"... Martin Bartesch, who had immigrated to the U.S. and lived in Chicago, admitted to Sher’s office and the court that he had voluntarily joined the Waffen SS and had served in the notorious SS Death’s Head Division at the Mauthausen concentration camp where, at the hands of Bartesch and his cohorts, many thousands of prisoners were gassed, shot, starved and worked to death. He also confessed to having concealed his service at the infamous camp from U.S. immigration officials.

An entry in the book for October 10, 1943 registered the shooting death of Max Oschorn, a French Jewish prisoner. His murderer was also recorded: SS guard Martin Bartesch. “It was a most chilling document,” Sher recalled.

Now, following Carter’s book, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, Sher has decided to go public with the hope that a public made aware of Carter’s support and defense of a Nazi SS man will help illustrate why the arbiter of the Camp David Accords came out with a book defending the Palestinians after the landslide election of the Islamist Hamas terror group.

“It always bothered me, but I didn’t go public with it until recently, when he wrote this book and let it spill out where his sentiments really lie,” Sher said. “Here was Jimmy Carter jumping in on behalf of someone who did not deserve in any way, shape or form special consideration. And the things he has now said about the Jewish lobby really exposes where his heart really lies.” (Read the entire story)

See Riceburner...I told you he wasn't a "strong Christian man"...

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