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Today in Kansas City and maybe in other cities across the nation there is a NAZI march for Kristolgraten (sp). As I understand from the little news it has received, it is the NAZI celebration for Hitler's Germans killed. However, I did see a rebuttal by the Jewish society that indicated it is called this because of the crystal or glass destroyed in the Jewish worship synagogues destroyed in Germany on this day. Anyway I'm not sure who's right, but I tend to disbelieve any NAZI goose-stepper historical account just on merit. Of course, there is protests going on, peaceful as they may be, but there is anger and condemnation of the politics involved allowing such a march for NAZI's. This is America with a freedom to speak whatever vile and venom that can be distributed. I'm not surprised by the Bush's event or as it is clearly Republican supported. Jewish people are stuck in their heritage and belief in God. That is their right. Although I am Christian, I do respect the Jewish faith and have no ill-willed movement against them. The people of the world need to respect one another and not by use of political means. The Bush and Republican's real motive, why of course, they want the Jews to vote for them in the forthcoming elections. By force-feeding Christianity to them, they'll get more votes for the Republican agenda.
As for the Nazi march today in Kansas City, just watch the media. Some reporter may get close up shots of a NAZI and an anti-NAZI going at it in the streets. Will there be blood? Depends on how aggressive the Police intervene and on what side they may support. Of course, police are not supposed to take sides, but just uphold the law.............oh yeah! If the historians want to alter the truths of history, more would listen to the NAZI's that the Holocaust is a fraud and did not happen. That is a key agenda of the NAZI movement in America. For Christianity, it would be more Jew's accept Christ as their agenda. For Republican's & Tea Partier's, it is get more votes at any cost regardless of how one desires to have their religious right.