“It’s an apology”: The political world reacts to El Mercurio’s social page for Nazi leader Hermann Göring | Clinic

In the last few hours, it was the German embassy in Chile itself that referred to the publication, noting on its Twitter account that: “It is not customary for the Embassy to comment on press articles in public. We just want to make it very clear: This character , H. Goering, committed crimes against humanity and was one of the pillars of the Nazi regime.”

This Sunday, October 24, the newspaper El Mercurio dedicated a full page of its social pages to the memory of the Nazi leader convicted at the Nuremberg trials, Hermann Göring.

The page titled “75 years after his death: Hermann Göring, Hitler’s successor” recalled his early years, his personal life, his military career, his closeness to Adolf Hitler and also his suicide with cyanide with which “he managed to circumvent the hanging who had been sentenced by the International Military Tribunal”.

The ephemeral publication intended for the Nazi leader was questioned by the political world, one of the first to manifest was the constituent and journalist Patricia Politzer referred to him indicating that: “What will the German embassy think of this obituary to Hermann Göring, creator of the Gestapo, Nazi secret police?

While his partner in the convention Cristina Dorador pointed out: “A page and a half of obituary to one of the most horrendous Nazi criminals. Nefarious”.

Another conventionalist who referred to the publication on his social networks was Manuel Woldarsky who indicated: “In this same way they provoke admiration for the oppressor and anger against the oppressed. In Chile, the genocide is justified by the sector that El Mercurio represents.”

Meanwhile, the activist, member of the Liberal Party and former campaign manager of Paula Nárvaez Alessia Injoque added: “The road to dictatorships and the worst crimes begins to be built by normalizing what is repudiable. Today in @ElMercurio_cl They give us an example highlighting the legacy of a Nazi convicted of crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg trials.”

Another political character who referred to the letter was the former parliamentarian Lily Pérez who posted on her twitter: “Unusual@ElMercurio_cltoday in Society article highlighting Goring; an exponent of Nazism. X the published photos is an apology”.

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In the last few hours, it was the German embassy in Chile itself that referred to the publication, stating on its Twitter account that: “It is not customary for the Embassy to comment on press articles in public. We just want to make it very clear: This character, H. Goering, committed crimes against humanity and was one of the pillars of the Nazi regime. That leaves not the slightest room to justify or downplay morally and or politically – let alone in legal terms – his nefarious role during the Nazi regime and in the Holocaust.”

The Jewish Community of Chile also joined the condemnations against the publication, which through its Twitter account, affirmed that the morning page was an “apology for Nazism.”

In fact, the DC candidate, Yasna Provoste, mentioned the publication, showing her solidarity with the Jewish Community of Chile.

Similarly, the candidate for the Republican Party, José Antonio Kast, did the same, assuring that “the media is wrong to open space to relativize the horror caused by a despicable character.”

Meanwhile, from the Broad Front, its presidential candidate, Gabriel Boric, also showed his displeasure, calling the publication “unacceptable” and an “offense to the victims of the Holocaust.”



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“It’s an apology”: The political world reacts to El Mercurio’s social page for Nazi leader Hermann Göring | Clinic


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