The Nazi publication Der Sturmer, edited by Julius Streicher, was notorious for its obscene anti-Semitic caricatures.
Imagine if a pair of Jewish brothers, distraught at the death and destruction that had befallen the Jewish people, barged into the newspaper’s offices and murdered members of its staff.
Would we hold up as martyrs and heroes those who chose to mock the deeply held beliefs of a suffering and despised people; to degrade, demean, insult and humiliate Jews in their hour of trial, when the world they had known was disintegrating around them?
Imagine if a million Berliners turned out to mourn the political pornographers.
Would we applaud this display of solidarity?
Streicher was sentenced to death in the Nuremberg Trial.
It is not reported that many in the enlightened West shed tears.