Prosecution of Nazi war crimes.

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    Allied and other nation’s prosecution of Nazi war crime” or crimes against humanity after the Germany’s surrender.

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    My question was if you’re contending all the “prosecuting” nations were entirely guilty of crimes that were of similar degrees and extents consequentially detrimental to the world?

    There were significant differences within various nations as to the degree of Nazi power and authority and control within those nations. In some cases, Germany was not or was pretending not to be occupying the other nation.

    There were differences as to the diligence, degrees, and extents consequentially detrimental to world within those nations other than Germany; there was certainly differences between the extent of official and unofficial support the Nazi’s obtained within differing other nations.

    In some cases, post war governments did make some efforts, and did to some extent carry out their own prosecutions of those that were too helpful to the Nazis.

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    long meandering meaningless BS. Do you have any idea at all what you point is??
     
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    Your question is an open ended question. Do you consider the exterminated consequential or inconsequential for the detriment of the world? And did the war crime tribunals draw a quantity line of how many people do you need to kill or deport before you can get indicted?
     
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    [QUOTE="anotherlife, post: 17260677, member: 41171]Your question is an open ended question. Do you consider the exterminated consequential or inconsequential for the detriment of the world? And did the war crime tribunals draw a quantity line of how many people do you need to kill or deport before you can get indicted?[/QUOTE]

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    Great. Now we are sending people to prison for making the most profitable business decisions of the time of their work. Disgraceful. By the way, the U.K. has laws proposed at this time for sending executives to prison if they lose too much of their corporate value. Great. The Nazis are now replaced by entente communists doing the same or worse, globally. Hehehe.
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    Are you contending all the “prosecuting” nations were entirely guilty of crimes that were of similar degrees and extents consequentially detrimental to the world?
    What precisely are you contending?
    Respectfully, Supposn

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    My question was if you’re contending all the “prosecuting” nations were entirely guilty of crimes that were of similar degrees and extents consequentially detrimental to the world?
    Respectfully, Supposn
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    AnotherLife, similar to many questions, there are no absolute answers. Yes; I do you consider the exterminated consequential or inconsequential for the detriment of the world.

    If the war crime tribunals did question and draw a quantity line of how many people need to be killed or deported before anyone should be indict, I doubt that a conclusion could have ever been agreed upon. To some extent such philosophical questions can arise about a great many criminal prosecutions.

    Are you suggesting we should cease attempting to operate justice and law operations? That by the way, is the forum where I should have transferred this thread.

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    Excerpts transcribed from the thread “How trade deficits reduce their nation’s annual GDPs and numbers of jobs”:

    Great. Now we are sending people to prison for making the most profitable business decisions of the time of their work. Disgraceful. By the way, the U.K. has laws proposed at this time for sending executives to prison if they lose too much of their corporate value. Great. The Nazis are now replaced by entente communists doing the same or worse, globally. Hehehe.
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    Are you contending all the “prosecuting” nations were entirely guilty of crimes that were of similar degrees and extents consequentially detrimental to the world?
    What precisely are you contending?
    Respectfully, Supposn

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    My question was if you’re contending all the “prosecuting” nations were entirely guilty of crimes that were of similar degrees and extents consequentially detrimental to the world?
    Respectfully, Supposn
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    AnotherLife, similar to many questions, there are no absolute answers. Yes; I do you consider the exterminated consequential or inconsequential for the detriment of the world.

    If the war crime tribunals did question and draw a quantity line of how many people need to be killed or deported before anyone should be indict, I doubt that a conclusion could have ever been agreed upon. To some extent such philosophical questions can arise about a great many criminal prosecutions.

    Are you suggesting we should cease attempting to operate justice and law operations? That by the way, is the forum where I should have transferred this thread.

    Respectfully, Supposn[/QUOTE]

    In an ordinary American criminal trial, the prosecutor is like a 3rd party, relative to the conflict between perpetrator and victim. In a war crime tribunal, there is no 3rd party, therefore war crime tribunals are not legally justifiable. War crime tribunals are justified by money and fire power, not law. And yes, all the prosecuting nations are equally guilty of the same types of crimes, all detrimental, but this is not new, has been established by obvious logic multiple times right after both world wars, in both journalism and politics.
     
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