Saturday, December 31, 2022

Palm Beach County man, last living Nuremberg prosecutor, to get Congress' highest honor. (WLRN

Born on March 11, 1920 (on my mother's birthday a year after she was born), Benjamin Berrell Ferencz is a national hero.

We must never forget the Holocaust.  

We must never forget the Nuremberg Trials. 

We must never stop prosecuting those who commit organized government and corporate crimes, including corporate and government crimes against nature. 

My father machine-gunned Nazis, in three combat jumps with the 82nd Airborne.  He taught me, as JFK's father taught him, that you have to stand up to people with power, or they walk all over you,. Exhibit A: DONALD JOHN TRUMP and those who tried a coup,  attacking our United States Capitol on January 6, 2021.   

Call them out. 

Prosecute them.

Don't tolerate their works and pomps. 


Palm Beach County man, last living Nuremberg prosecutor, to get Congress' highest honor

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Sun Sentinel
Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz has provided firsthand accounts over the years, including at Chabad of Central Boca Raton in this 2019 photo. 

Congress has signed off on the Congressional Gold Medal for the chief prosecutor in what was regarded as “the biggest murder trial in history.”

South Floridian Benjamin Ferencz was 27 years old in 1948 when he had secured enough evidence to prosecute 22 members of Nazi killing squads responsible for the deaths of more than one million Jewish, Roma, Soviet, and others in shooting massacres in occupied Soviet territory.

“Mr. Ferencz is a hero of the Jewish community who has dedicated decades of his life to combatting antisemitism, prosecuting those who act on their hatred, and keeping the lessons of the Holocaust alive,” said U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel, a Democrat who represents most of Palm Beach County and co-led the bipartisan effort. “It is a privilege to recognize his remarkable, lifelong commitment to justice, peace, and human dignity with the Congressional Gold Medal — Congress’s highest expression of honor.”

Read more at our news partner the South Florida Sun Sentinel.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Orange Hitler and his neo fascist, Christo fascist, anti-government terrorist supporters are the problem. The poor southern culture doesn't help. Still begs the question as to why so many southern people would vote for a New York carpet bagger and snake oil salesmen. Apes have more sense and dogs have more loyalty. By God these people are gonna burn in hell.