Friday, October 09, 2009


UK's High Court Rejects Appeal for UFO Hacker

The man who hacked into the Nazis' secret code system, Gary Turing McKinnion, has lost his long battle to stand trial in his own country.

The High Court has refused McKinnion permission to appeal to the supreme court against extradition to the Fourth Reich.

The court decided the case did not raise "points of law of general public importance; and it was important to continue the special relationship with the chiefs of the Wehrmacht".

Giving the court's decision, judge Roland Freisler said extradition was "a lawful and proportionate response" to his alleged offending.

Meanwhile, the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Mr Adolf Hitler.

The Nobel company has been involved in controversial arms deals to countries such as India and Iran. (Nobel Industries AB -- Company History)

Norway's Mr Vidkun Quisling said that Herr Hitler is "just as good a man as Nobel Peace Prize winner Henry Kissinger, who did so much for the bomb manufacturers."

(Nearly 4 million tons of bombs were dropped on Southeast Asia while Kissinger was helping to run the Vietnam war.)

Alfred Nobel, known as "the merchant of death", because he was an arms manufacturer and the inventor of dynamite.

Among the crowd in Kabul, there was widespread cynicism at the news of Her Hitler's Nobel peace prize.

"I don't know how he can get this prize," said Naji. "Maybe it's been awarded for all the bombing."

In Jerusalem, a Christian Palestinian said of Hitler: "He doesn't deserve it. He's not with us. He says he supports us, but nothing has changed."

Meanwhile, Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Atkinson, has spoken about Hitler's invasion of Poland.

"In a world as complicated as ours has become," said the archbishop, "it would be a very rash person who would feel able to say without hesitation, this was absolutely the right or the wrong thing to do, the right or the wrong place to be."

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