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GERMANY: Hitler, the Holocaust, Antisemitism

Rick Geddes asks:

"Why are not Russians today subjected to the same guilt as the Germans, since Stalin murdered as many as Hitler. Or today's Chinese, since Mao murdered more than Hitler? Or today's Cambodians, since Pol Pot murdered at a greater rate per capita than Hitler? There is nothing unique about Hitler whatsoever. I think it is because the Communist regimes have largely received a "pass" for their genocide by the intelligentsia in the West, perhaps the greatest outrage of our age."

Ronald Hilton - 7/11/00