The Reuters caption accompanying this

The Reuters caption accompanying this picture reads:
“A German woman places a carnation next to a sign reading ‘no war’ during the annual demonstration to commemorate murdered German communist leaders Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg in eastern Berlin…. There is a growing rift between Berlin and Washington over Germany’s opposition to a war with Iraq…. Hostility to U.S. policies and suspicion of war is particularly prevalent among Germans from the former Communist east.”

I haven’t really seen this reported anywhere, but somehow it makes me feel better to know that Germany’s “no war” crowd consists largely of people who cheered lustily for the murder of somewhere between 100 million and 200 million people. And, puhleeze, are they still holding demonstrations in honor of Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg in East Germany? We’ll know that Prussia has been de-Communized when that practice stops.

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