April 30, 1945 Hitler committed suicide. One week later, May 7 and 8, Nazi Germanyâ€™s army surrendered. And that was the final scene of the biggest war in written human history that claimed the lives of 55 million people.
Those days the Fascist state considered any discontent and opposition to the war as a betrayal. Hitler called his expansionism, extending Germanâ€™s motherland and he depicted his war as a National war aiming to get back what was taken away from Germany. With no shame, he considered the war a defensive one.
Ironically at the same time when German tanks were maneuvering around in Belgium getting ready to overtake France, Hitlerâ€™s party staged an anti-war demonstration in Saarbrucken. The Nazi peace advocates chanted, â€œWhy fight? Letâ€™s be friendsâ€ or, â€œWe condemn war.â€
And peace demonstration was the name for the charade the mullahsâ€™ put together in Paris just last week. Iranâ€™s official and unofficial embassy cadres in Paris took to the streets (about a hundred of them) to â€œcry for peace.â€
The demonstration was a disaster because no one showed up and those passing by left as soon as they found out what the true nature of the organizers were.