The following story is perhaps the best way of showing the reality
of moneybags journalism, and how decent foreign journalists are
forced to invent lie afer lie.
A couple of months ago, a foreign journalist whose name we must
hide in order to protect his job, came to Germany. He wanted to
see the alleged “Nazi hell” with his own eyes, in order
to give an eyewitness account.
He saw workers who had jobs. He saw workers taking vacations
with the KdF. And he saw workers going to the theater. He saw
the NSV’s charity for the poor. He saw and was amazed.
He had not expected to see that! How could he, knowing the truth,
continue to write lies and false atrocity stories about Germany,
like the financiers of his newspaper want it?
So he looked for a place where he would surely see atrocities.
He went to the concentration camp at Sachsenhausen. And there
he was really astounded.
Certainly we do not relish the thought of losing our freedom,
to be locked up, away from friends and family. But a country that
wants to work to support itself in peace and tranquility must
isolate the troublemakers to make them harmless. It has always
been that way, and it will always be that way.
The English, the French, and the Americans have their Devil’s
Islands and penal colonies. They are located in deadly climates
of brutal heat or ice cold, and poisonous insects. They all have
such hells where they sentence lawbreakers for long years or even
for life. Most end up dying before they have been there very long.
Germany does not have such tropical Devil’s Islands or deadly
ice camps. And even if Germany had such places, no one would be
locked away there.
In German camps, criminals and misfits live in clean and orderly
accommodations, receive sufficient nourishment and have enough
time for both work and play.
The foreign press reporter visited one of these camps.