"Incriminated" as written by Oliver Kaiser, Marcel Schirmer, Michael Sifringer and Harald Wilkens....
It began about half a century ago
With the foundation of the hopeless empire of 1000 years
Commanded by a ruler of cruelty
A nation captivated by idealism
Why do we take the reponsibility
Of his insanity
Although we've never asked for that legacy?
Incriminated - no forgiveness
Incriminated - no forgiveness
Indescribeable, inhuman greed for power
Supported by fanatics under his spell
Obsessed by his aim to wipe out non-arayans
He rushed millions of people into desaster
Why do we take the reponsibility
Of his insanity
Although we've never asked for that legacy?
Incriminated - no forgiveness
Incriminated - no forgiveness
More than 40 years after his predestined fall
We still got to take the responsibility
For those events we know from the history book
Why should we feel guilty for deeds
Done in the past?
It began about half a century ago,
With the foundation of the hopeless empire of 1000 years
Commanded by a ruler of cruelty
A nation captived with idealism
Why do we take the reponsibility
Of his insanity
Although we've never asked for that legacy?







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"Incriminated" as written by Marcel Schirmer Harald Wilkens

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    General CommentThis appears to describe modern-day Germans who have to shoulder responsibility for the behavior of the Nazis while Hitler was in power. The question that appears to be being asked here is why should today's Germans who had absolutely nothing to do with WWII and the concentration camps be blamed? The fault should lie with the Germans who acted under Hitler AT THE TIME and not the ones who have merely inherited the country long after the fact.
    ScreenNameNeededon June 24, 2012   Link

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