September 21, 2006, - 10:58 am

Yesterday’s Version of Islamofascist: Deported Nazi Guard Was Such a “Nice, Sweet Lady”

By Debbie Schlussel
Question: How do you know when the new Nazism is here?
Answer: When the old Nazis get our sympathy . . . or rather, the mainstream press’ sympathy.
Check out this L.A. Times article about Efriede Lina Rinkel, a Nazi S.S. Guard, who was just deported from the U.S. It gives new meaning to the phrase “Sympathy for the Devil.”
Rinkel, a guard at Camp Ravensbruck Concentration Camp, used a trained attack dog against the women there–10,000 of whom were murdered by Rinkel and the other Nazis present in the year that she worked there (92,000 total murdered there). They were gassed, tortured, and worked to death, and others were murdered through Nazi “medical experiments.” She volunteered for the job because it paid more than her factory work. America should not have deported her. We should have executed her. Instead, she was given until September 30th to leave, and the government will allow her to be buried on U.S. soil.

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Nazi S.S. Guard Efriede Lina Rinkel

Unfortunately for us and fortunately for her, already 83 years old, she lived a full life in America, with a Jewish husband to whom she lied about her Nazi past. And now she gets to enjoy the rest of it somewhere else, laughing all the way while she lives out the rest of her life in G-d’s waiting room.
That’s bad enough.
Worse is the sympathy the L.A. Times tries to elicit from us for this active cog in the Nazi death machine. Start with the headline:

“Nice, Sweet Lady,” 83, Deported for Nazi Past

Hello? . . . She was a NAZI! We can’t wait for the headline that reads:

“Nice, Generous Man,” 6’4″ Bin Laden, Executed for Islamic Past

Instead of a focus on her vicious crimes against humanity, the L.A. Times first focuses on her looks:

a girl with blue eyes and striking red hair.

Incredible. What difference does it make what she looked like, if she helped murder 10,000 innocent people? If Christie Brinkley murders 10,000, will it be okay because she’s beautiful?
Then, the Times focuses on the Harlequin Romance between this hardened Nazi and her Jewish husband, a relationship based solely on fraud:

She lived alone in a tiny, top-floor apartment in one of the tougher sections of San Francisco. At 83, she was short and a bit stout. Diabetes took the sight in one of her eyes; arthritis left her leaning heavily on a cane. For long trips, she took a taxi.
Her husband had died. He was the love of her long life, a short, dapper man who had worked as a bartender and waiter at some of the city’s larger hotels and was active in Jewish activities. They buried him in a Jewish cemetery outside the city. . . .
On Tuesday, the Justice Department announced that the woman with the pleasant smile and the German accent had been deported to Germany. She admitted that she had lied on her U.S. visa application.
Her lawyer, Alison Dixon, said she never told Fred, her husband. Not during their romance after the war, on their wedding night in Germany, or their voyage to a new life in America. Always, she kept quiet.
“He did not know,” the lawyer said, “because all these years she was totally embarrassed.” [DS: Ya think?!] . . .
The government caught up with a woman in the dusk of her life who expected perhaps soon to quietly join her husband in the Eternal Home Cemetery in Colma, south of the city. The double gravestone was already there, with the Star of David above their names.

Why is any of this relevant to the fact that this woman is a Nazi conspirator in the murder of 10,000 at a concentration camp?
And why is it relevant whether or not she is nice? We don’t know but the L.A. Times felt is was so important, that they apparently asked Justice Dept. Official Eli M. Rosenbaum (who heads the Office of Special Investigations):

But wait, but wait, wasn’t she a pleasant and king, old and tired lady?

A question like that from the Times reporter is apparent in this:

He [Rosenbaum of the Justice Dept.] agreed that she appeared pleasant and kind, old and tired.

So, what? Many of her victims might have appeared “pleasant and kind, old and tired,” if they weren’t already dead decades ago, with her help.

She admitted being assigned to the camp, explaining that she had a less desirable job as a factory worker and volunteered to be a dog handler at the camp for better wages.
But she insisted she never used her dog as a weapon against the prisoners, never forced them into marches every morning to work or to die. She said she never joined the Nazi Party, just did its bidding.

Uh-huh. Same fricking difference. (I didn’t actually join Al-Qaeda. I just blew up people.)
Then, there’s her annoying liar, er . . . lawyer:

Dixon, her San Francisco lawyer, explained that it was all just too long ago. She said her client had tried to remake her life and never thought she would be tripped up so late in her years.
“She was trying to atone for actions in the past,” said Dixon. “She married a Jewish man, and she gave to Jewish charities.”

Sounds like, Some of my best friends are Black.

“And she always believed there was a certain coercion involved in what she did at the camp. She insisted that she had zero contact with the actual prisoners, that she just walked the camp perimeter.”

Uh-huh. Don’t blame me, I just worked there.
Then, there’s Gene Kaufman, director of the Sinai Memorial Chapel, where she and her husband had plots.

“She was just such a pleasant-looking lady and very small. Such a nice, sweet lady who seemed to have a very loving relationship with her husband.”

Disgusting. This guy is like those people who live next door to ax murders and serial killers: But he was such a nice man.
Ditto for neighbor Gunvant Shah.

At the apartment building on Bush Street, Gunvant Shah, who met the Rinkels in 1976, described a couple that sang German songs late at night, danced together and sometimes fought loudly, prompting complaints from neighbors.
They lived “a modest life,” Shah said, with no car, but often strolled together in the evenings, dressed elegantly. “Mr. Rinkel would hold her by the arm. They would walk together, proud and joyful.”

Imagine if this was an Islamic terrorist. No need to imagine, because that’s exactly the same way their neighbors, the press, and everyone else does react.
Sympathy for the Devil will be the death of us.

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Debbie:
ACtually people were not gassed in concentration camps (Ravensbruck was a concentration camp in Germany). They were gassed at Extermination camps (in German “Vernichtungslager”) all of which were n Poland – Chelmno, Sobibor, Treblinka, Belzec, Majdanek, and Auschwitz-Birkenau. It is a common mistake to confuse concentration camps with extermination camps.
Anyway may she burn in hell for all eternity.
WRONG. RAVENSBRUCK GASSED INMATES. READ THE ARTICLE. AS DID OTHER CONCENTRATION CAMPS. I SHOULD KNOW. I HAVE THE EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY OF MY LATE GRANDFATHER, WHO WAS IN MANY CONCENTRATION CAMPS WHERE THERE WERE GASSINGS. YOUR DISTINCTION IN THE “TYPE” OF CAMP INDICATED WITHIN THE NAME IS A DISTINCTION WITHOUT THE DIFFERENCE YOU BELIEVE IT INDICATES.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

Ripper on September 21, 2006 at 12:28 pm

“Ravensbr¸ck was the only major Nazi concentration camp for women…All in all, more than 132,000 women and children were incarcerated in Ravensbr¸ck. It is estimated that 92,000 of them died in the camp by starvation, executions, or weakness.”
To draw the distinction that a concentration camp was not a death camp is blantant ignorance. They were murdered for no other reason than they were Jewish, whether it was Ravensbruck or Auschwitz it all amounts to the same thing.
If you talk to any german who came here after the war not one of them, ever joined the party, not one of them ever knew what was going on in the( Camps)KZ’s, These people collectively are either totally stupid or all are nothing but a bunch of liars. They knew, all right and they knew full well what was going on. One woman referred to them as the ‘Bakeries’.
It has been 61 years since that war ended, and two generations have since come forth and have at the same time forgotten what happened or have portrayed it as, ‘Oh not that bad’, or not to have happened at all.
Now we are confronted with another Satin, as evil as Hitler himself, who if left to his own devices will try to destroy Israel just as Hitler did and the people in this country had better wake up to the fact they this time they are coming for us too.

mark on September 21, 2006 at 1:21 pm

There’s morbid irony in a Nazi masquerading as a Jew. It has a dark comical aspect to it. Picture this: if you’re the master race, the Aryans – why on God’s green earth would you ever WANT to pass yourself off as a Jew? A Harlequin story book romance it wasn’t. My Jewish father ( may his memory be for a blessing) ended up marrying a German woman but there was no deception in it. I’m one of those people who thinks that in love you should level with the other person because what they don’t know could hurt them. Would dear old Fred have married her if he knew she was a Nazi? I doubt it.

NormanF on September 21, 2006 at 1:30 pm

Mark… I agree with you. The real danger facing the Jewish people today doesn’t come from neo-Nazis and and Christian theocrats. It comes from Islamofascists who ARE the true successors to the Nazis and if they had the opportunity, would they murder every living Jew on the planet? No question in my mind. We have to focus on what’s in front of us so the lessons of the past are remembered for the future.

NormanF on September 21, 2006 at 1:35 pm

Mark
The terms extermination camp (German: Vernichtungslager) or death camp (German: Todeslager) specifically refer to the camps whose primary function was genocide. I am not ignorant.
THE TERMS MAY REFER TO SOMETHING. BUT THE NAME IS NOT WHAT COUNTED. MOST OF THOSE CAMPS ACTUALLY ENDED UP GASSING OR DOING SOME OTHER FORM OF MURDER, AS DID RAVENSBRUCK. BY THE TIME THEY BEGAN THE FINAL SOLUTION, THEY DIDN’T REALLY CARE ABOUT WHAT THE NAME OF THE CAMP WAS. THEY JUST WANTED TO QUICKLY ACHIEVE TOTAL ELIMINATION OF JEWS, ETC.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

Ripper on September 21, 2006 at 2:15 pm

sympathy for evil is an unfortunate hallmark of our post-moral age
stories highlight the ‘sympathetic’ qualities of the most evil people, hence we get description of how much fun Ahmedanijad is to be around

sultan_knish on September 21, 2006 at 2:30 pm

Waaa, I only trained dogs
Waaa, I did not kill anyone
Waaa, I married a Jew
Waaa, I’m going back to Germany
Shut the fuck up Eva Braun! And may your Nazi corpse rot like dog shit, you cunt!

KOAJaps on September 21, 2006 at 6:13 pm

What BS! Mengele was a good looking guy, does that mean he shouldn’t have been on the most wanted list? Such a shame his family concealed his whereabouts letting him die of old age in Argentina or Brazil, I forget which. She should pay for her crimes.
The dog handlers were specifically used for intimidation and for tracking escapees. Dogs were frequently ordered to attack the prisoners. She’s also full of shit about not belonging to the Nazi party. I guess the big question is, why is she being deported now? Was this revealed in the article? Who exposed her or did she expose herself? These answers would help in determining her culpability. 12 million people don’t just die by accident.
It is also irrelevant about the terms concentration camp or death camp. All prisoners sent to either camp were NEVER expected to survive. The prisoners at concentration camps were to be worked to death, that still qualifies as a death camp. Besides Nazis has a tendency of lying or misnaming things to give people false hope, such as the saying on the gates of every camp, “Arbeit Macht Frei”
WHY NOW? THAT’S A GOOD QUESTION. I BELIEVE THE GOVT. KNEW ABOUT HER ALL ALONG, BUT LET HER LIVE OUT HER LIFE IN FREEDOM HERE, UNTIL HER HUSBAND DIED. I DOUBT THEY JUST DISCOVERED HER NOW, WHEN SHE TURNED 83. THAT’S WHAT’S DISGUSTING ABOUT THIS.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

Minnie Mouse on September 21, 2006 at 7:00 pm

Ok, I just read the complete article. Apparantly her name was on a list from the Justice Department for being a guard at Ravensbruck. So her name just didn’t get on that list for only walking a dog around the perimeter of the camp. She had to have committed pretty heinous acts to be hunted down after all of these years. Don’t forget some of the most brutal guards at womens camps were the German women guards. If you want to get a first hand account of how women prisoners were treated, read “Isabella: From Auschwitz to Freedom”. Have a kleenex available.
So if anyone has sympathy for this “nice” lady, read that book and you will hope that C**t guard burns in hell.

Minnie Mouse on September 21, 2006 at 7:11 pm

I wonder if the L.A. Times would be interested in doing an article about this woman:
http://photonplaza.blogspot.com/2005_01_23_photonplaza_archive.html#110705982834962984
who was killed at Ravensbrueck
Probably not.

photoncourier.blogspot.com on September 21, 2006 at 11:02 pm

What BS! Mengele was a good looking guy, does that mean he shouldn’t have been on the most wanted list? Such a shame his family concealed his whereabouts letting him die of old age in Argentina or Brazil, I forget which. She should pay for her crimes.
The dog handlers were specifically used for intimidation and for tracking escapees. Dogs were frequently ordered to attack the prisoners. She’s also full of shit about not belonging to the Nazi party. I guess the big question is, why is she being deported now? Was this revealed in the article? Who exposed her or did she expose herself? These answers would help in determining her culpability. 12 million people don’t just die by accident.
It is also irrelevant about the terms concentration camp or death camp. All prisoners sent to either camp were NEVER expected to survive. The prisoners at concentration camps were to be worked to death, that still qualifies as a death camp. Besides Nazis has a tendency of lying or misnaming things to give people false hope, such as the saying on the gates of every camp, “Arbeit Macht Frei”
WHY NOW? THAT’S A GOOD QUESTION. I BELIEVE THE GOVT. KNEW ABOUT HER ALL ALONG, BUT LET HER LIVE OUT HER LIFE IN FREEDOM HERE, UNTIL HER HUSBAND DIED. I DOUBT THEY JUST DISCOVERED HER NOW, WHEN SHE TURNED 83. THAT’S WHAT’S DISGUSTING ABOUT THIS.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL
Posted by: Minnie Mouse at September 21, 2006 07:00 PM
Hey Deb, don’t be surprised if they didn’t know until now:
http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/nation/4205769.html
So if they didn’t know who Mohammad Atta was prior to 9/11, then do you think the government would know a woman living in the shadows, making no big noise, be a Nazi living in America? Heck, they don’t know where the terrorist cells are in America. And I’m giving ICE, the FBI, CIA and the rest of the idiots in D.C. the benefit of the doubt…unless it’s a conspiracy theory in progress…attack America…create a police state…and take away our freedom…nawwwwww, they wouldn’t do that. Good question Minnie!

KOAJaps on September 23, 2006 at 5:07 pm

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