Eichmann: We should have killed all Jews

“My only mistake was not murdering all the Jews”.

Adolf Eichmann had no regretts for the killing of six million Jews. He desired to wipe them all off the face of the Earth.

Adolf Eichmann expressed no regrets over his slaughter of Jews during Word War II. His only regret was in fact that the Nazis was not able to kill all the Jews on the face of the Earth.

‪‪Tapes revealed by Der Spiegel shed light on life of fugitive Nazi criminal in Argentina after war. Contrary to his claim during trial that he was only following orders, Eichmann boasted to his friends that he was part of decision making process‬‬

During his trial in Israel in 1961, one of the major organizers of the Holocaust insisted that he was only following orders, but documents and tapes revealed over the weekend by German magazine Der Spiegel show that Adolf Eichmann was an enthusiastic Jew-hater and held on to his anti-Semitic opinions even after World War II.

Before being arrested by the Israeli Mossad in Argentina, Eichmann took pride in the crimes he committed and even told a journalist that his only mistake was not murdering all the Jews.

Source: Ynetnews.com

My comment:

As long as there is one Jews standing, the Bible is a true revelation from God.  If the children of the devil by any chance would ever be able to finish them all, the Bible is falsehood.

That will never happen:

Jeremiah 31:35-37

This is what the LORD says,he who appoints the sun 
to shine by day, 
who decrees the moon and stars 
   to shine by night, 
who stirs up the sea 
 so that its waves roar, the LORD Almighty is his name:

“Only if these decrees vanish from my sight,” declares the LORD, 
“will Israel ever cease 
being a nation before me.”

This is what the LORD says:

“Only if the heavens above can be measured 
 and the foundations of the earth below be searched out 
will I reject all the descendants of Israel 
 because of all they have done,” declares the LORD.

Written by Ivar

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