|The Information And Analytical Edition
Of The Jewish Confederation Of Ukraine
SCIENCE AND CULTURE
In Brief ...
about one incidental (?) "Personnel" provocation
Life proves the words of the great poet "It is difficult to predict how our word will respond..." Speaking figuratively, I, my dear reader, like a Turkish subject Ostap Ibrakhimovich Bender, got "under the horse" not long ago. This playful horse turned out to be the "Personnel" magazine (№8, 2002). It is a rather odious magazine under the no less odious International Personnel Management Academy (IPMA). I mean the article published in this magazine with the notorious title-slogan "Get rid of militant Zionism!"
The most sensational conclusions made by Brian Rigg are, at least, dubious. There were no 150 thousand Jewish soldiers, Hitler didn't have Jewish roots and the history of Heidrich looks very similar to the analogous story about the Jewish origin of Torkvemad or Stalin (the myth that the most cruel persecutors of Jews were the Jews themselves is strong enough in people's minds).