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In Praise of Nazi Medical Economics?
By Bob Harmon


March 15, 2008

I can't believe I just read Mr. Galli's story praising the way Germans save money to provide for better citizen medical care. Mr. Galli even mentions the 1930s in his letter. I am just a retired High School teacher but the way I remember it is the Germans gassed and cooked all or most of their disabled, retarded and even Gay citizens along with millions of Jews and Gypsies and Slavs and others. Maybe they have racially purified their genetics now so they can spend less on medicine? Sitnews is to be applauded for putting something like this out so we can all see how some people feel about sensitive issues.

I don't know how bad the Kaiser was in the 1880s when he started the First World War but in the 1930s and 1940s the Germans killed millions, pillaged their neighboring countries of all their wealth and had it pretty good themselves. Then after we bombed and burned down all their cities thank you 8th Air Force, the good people of America paid for something called the Marshall Plan where we helped build Germany new hospitals and then we protected them from the Russians for fifty years, spent our money doing it, so the Germans could spend money on trainng doctors probably to replace all the Jewish ones they had murdred and chased away.

I bet there are good medical systems somewhere. I don't think Germany from 1880 to now is a great example to use.

Bob Harmon
Retired Teacher
Anchorage, AK


Received March 14, 2008 - Published March 15, 2008


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