STATE­MENTS DIS­PUTED

The Tribune (NZ) - - VIEWS -

Ken Rid­dle, if you are go­ing to lie to the peo­ple [ Tri­bune Au­gust 26] at least make it a lie you aren’t go­ing to be easily caught out on.

The word ‘Kampf’’ as in Mein Kampf, ac­tu­ally means ‘fight’ or ‘strug­gle’, and in this case the word means ‘strug­gle’. The book is called My Strug­gle.

Also your waf­fle about kamikaze fight­ers and Ja­pan dur­ing World War II is hi­lar­i­ous; the kamikaze pilots did not wear the ris­ing sun on their fore­heads, they wore a silk scarf stitched with 1000 knots. There’s no space to ad­dress all your other BS.

You should stop with all your hate and in­tol­er­ance and at­tempts to re­write history and learn to ac­cept life and the fact that the world is now a vil­lage full of dif­fer­ent peo­ple with dif­fer­ent be­liefs, most of which are more valid than yours.

Al Win­der Palmer­ston North

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