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From: RJ11 
Date: Sep 21, 2:08 pm
To: alt.revisionism

In a truly moving post,  one Peter Skaliks accused the
Allied "starvation policy" for his collapsed rib cage:

"The American rations for our family of eight people were so
small, that despite my mother's best efforts of taking food from the
other seven to keep me going, I still came down with ricketts, a
deficiency disease that softens the bones. My left rib cage is
partially collapsed as a permanent reminder of the American influence in this
world." --Posted by Peter Skaliks,  Message-ID:

 He later repeated it, this time posting under the "Johannes von
Ebersdorf" nym, which he's currently using:

"I have a collapsed rib cage on my left side caused by
malnutrition brought about by the artificial and deliberate allied
starvation policy, again that my opponents say didn't happen, but I
can just reach over and feel the ribs to remind me of allied generosity."
--Posted by "Johannes von Ebersdorf",  Message-ID:

 It's enough to make you cry! But before you do, please have
a look at the photographs of this poor, little, starved German
boy as they appear on his website:, isn't it?) Christ! Such a poor,
starved, deprived family! I even bet that the tricycle is not brand new, and
they had to settle for a used one! And the mother, why, she's just
skin and bones!)

 It sure makes me ashamed to be an American, guys!


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