‘I killed the tsar and his ministers – Anastasia screamed in vaine’, sings Esther Musaph. “(…) Something that’s being asked of us again and again, is a sincere search for an open and permissive society in which peace and the freedom of speech can join together…”, let Trix us know two paragraphs further in december 2006… An heartwarming message from Beatrix, if not, dear people?.. Even so an reflection, from which you get the gold shivers down the spine when one takes in consideration, that the person whose articulating it, immediately after delivering, went to the christmastree in her palace, at which place she was in peacefull gathering with her son W. A., Máxima, as well as madam and mister Zorrequieta – once member of the argentine junta in which name tens of thousands opponents and other “troublesome persons” were being kidnapped, tortured, executed or trowed alive from planes into the ocean – eating little peaces of Christmas stollen…’
‘Indeed, a gotspe…’, sais Esther Musaph.
‘When you think thoroughly about it, one should say, it’s incompatible…’, sais mister Polak.
‘…”Dura Lex” doesn’t give a damn for the “Silly Mothers” on the Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires and the tens of thousands victims of the “Dirty War”, especially not when he can be the hero for his Argentine sweetheart with his qualification about the conduct of Jorge Z. as Minister of State from the Department of Agriculture under Videla… “Alex has an understanding for me…”, Jorge Z. tells in “Zorreguieta. A biographical sketch” written by journalist Jan Thielen… Imagine such a conversation on the hacienda of Jorge Z.: ‘At that time I didn’t really know about the disappearances and executions… But if so: how could we have dealt otherwise with those communistic terrorists and other left wing bandits, that were throwing Argentine into chaos?.. Don’t you put them aside, then they will multiply like cancer… Throw them out of a plane into the ocean or shoot them dead… It’s all equal, or not Alex?..”… “I can understand it, dad…”…’
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