Monday, September 5, 2016


Despite the fact that the ancestors, of Jewish residents of Nazi Germany, had been there there from before the arrival, from Asia, of the ancestors of modern Germans, the Nazis declared that Jews were foreigners and were to be deported.  

A large number were, indeed, sent out of Germany, only to be denied refuge, even in the U.S., and returned to Germany, to face death camps. 

If Donald Trump is  elected and is able to implement his plans to deport undocumented foreigners, just what happens if the country of origin refuses to accept the return of the deportee?  Do we have a final solution waiting in the wings?

1 comment:

  1. I find it alarming that we even have to consider such possibilities ... has our society degraded to that level?