Holocaust Survivor Leaving US – Sees What’s Coming


Richard Moore

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Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 13:45:28 -0700
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Holocaust Survivor
Leaving US - Sees
What's Coming
By Joey Picador
Justice For None.com

One of our neighbors is moving. I've been in this neighborhood
for about six years now, but didn't really know them very well
at all - just waves and nods, mostly.

So I heard the moving van pull up this morning. When I got
home this evening I happened to spy my neighbor (he's like 85
years old - I don't know exactly, but he's old, talks and
moves very slowly) standing on the sidewalk next to the van. I
walked over and shook his hand, and we started talking. I
asked him where he was moving, and he said, "Back to Germany."

I had been stationed in Germany for two years while in the
military, so I lit up, and commented about how beautiful the
country was, and inquired if he was going back because he
missed it.

"No," he answered me. "I'm going back because I've seen this
before." He then commenced to explain that when he was a kid,
he watched with his family in fear as Hitler's government
committed atrocity after atrocity, and no one was willing to
say anything. He said the news refused to question the
government, and the ones who did were not in the newspaper
business much longer. He said good neighbors, people he had
known all his life, turned against his family and other Jews,
grabbing on to the hate and superiority "as if they were
starved for it" (his words).

He said he was too old to see it happen right in front of his
eyes again, and too old to do anything about it, so he was
taking his family back to Europe on Thursday where they would
be safe from George W. Bush and his neocons. He seemed
resolute, but troubled, nonetheless, as if being too young on
one end and too old on the other to fight what he saw
happening was wearing on him.

I gotta tell you - it was chilling. I let him talk, and the
whole time, my gut was churning, like I had mutated
butterflies in my stomach. When he was finished, he shook my
hand, gripping it really hard, until his knuckles turned white
and he was shaking. He looked me in the eyes, hard, and said,
"I will pray for your family and your country." He let go of
my hand and hobbled away.

I have related this event to you in the hopes it will serve as
a cautionary anecdote about the state of our Union, and to
illustrate the path we Americans are being led down by a group
of fanatics bent on global economic and military dominion.
When a man who survived the fruits of fascism decides its time
to leave THIS country because he's seeing the same patterns
that led to the Holocaust and other Nazi horrors beginning to
form here, it is time for us to recognize the underlying evil
inherent in the actions of those who claim they work for all
Americans, and for all mankind. And it is incumbent upon all
Americans, Red and Blue, Republican and Democrat, to stop



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Richard Moore (rkm)
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