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Alois Brunner Is Dead

by | 2nd, December 2014



Alois Brunner is dead. Adolf Eichmann’s assistant condmend 128,500 Jews to the Nazi death camps. Brunner led the Central Office for Jewish Emigration in Vienna from 1939 to 1943.

Investigators working for the Simon Wiesenthal Centre says Brunner died in Damascus. He died a free man under the name Georg Fischer.

The Asad-led Syrian government refused to send Brunner to Germany and Austria. (In Austria he would most likely have lived free and easy amid many other unrepentant racists. But the Germans have adressed their crimes )

The Times adds:

Once in Syria he is believed to have worked as a security adviser to Rifaat al-Assad, brother of the former President Assad, and schooled the Syrian regime in the interrogation and torture techniques used by Mr Assad to cement his grip on power.

He was twice thought to have been wounded by mail bombs attributed to Mossad, the Israeli secret service, and surrounded himself with security guards at all times.

In his last known interview in 1987, he told the Chicago Sun-Times in a telephone interview from an undisclosed location that “all of them [Jews]   deserved to die because they were the devil’s agents and human garbage”. He added that he had “no regrets and would do it again” before hanging up.

Israel never got him.

If you believe in God, it’s now his punishment begins…

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