February 23, 2005

Descendants of German Nazi's protest Bush visit...

Citizens of a now-united Germany who were protected for 44 years from Soviet invasion by the United States military (after having started the bloodiest conflagration in the history of planet Earth) took to the streets today to welcome President Bush with the same salute they once reserved for a much beloved former German leader. I guess they must have missed the old days.

Reuters reports:

Ignoring snow and freezing temperatures, the demonstrators held banners chastising Bush in English with slogans such as: "You can bomb the world to pieces but not into peace." Many had pre-printed posters reading: "Bush, No. 1 Terrorist."

Before the march, which Mainz police said was one of the largest ever in the city of about 300,000, one speaker told the crowd: "Mr. Bush, please leave our country. You started an illegal war against Iraq."

Six million European jews were unavailable for comment.

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