Sunday, May 22, 2011

Your Daily Mandatory Holocaust Reminder

US state has nothing more important to do than drag up 70 year old history, when they're more than a few things a tad bit more relevant t going on today.

Maryland Passes Bill Requiring French Train Company to Disclose Its Holocaust History

"Maryland passed legislation Thursday that requires a French rail company, as a condition for receiving a rail contract from the state, to disclose its role in transporting 76,000 people loaded in 76 cattle cars to their death in Nazi camps.

The legislation says Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer Francaise, or SNCF, France’s national railroad, must list specific details online about its role in the transportation that sent many Jewish people to death in Auschwitz and other notorious death camps. The state is the first to enact a law that would bring any company seeking a governmental contract to task for suspected Holocaust ties.

"We hope this legislation can become a national model sooner rather than later so that Holocaust survivors who are still with us can know that the atrocities inflicted upon their families and their people will remain in our minds, will never be forgotten and will never be repeated," Gov. Martin O'Malley said at a bill-signing ceremony."

flashback 2/2006 - Homeland Security Contracts for Vast New Detention Camps

"BERKELEY, Calif.--A Halliburton subsidiary has just received a $385 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security to provide "temporary detention and processing capabilities."

And for those who refuse to believe anything unless it has the corrupt MSM Stamp Of Approval:

flashback 2/2006 from the NYT - Halliburton Subsidiary Gets Contract to Add "Temporary Immigration Detention Centers"

"WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 — The Army Corps of Engineers has awarded a contract worth up to $385 million for building temporary immigration detention centers to Kellogg Brown & Root, the Halliburton subsidiary that has been criticized for overcharging the Pentagon for its work in Iraq."


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