demands as to how the victims and the perpetrators of the
systematic medical mass murder from 1939 to 1949 should be
dealt with, listed in order of their urgency
us turn the Nazi perfect murders into imperfect ones by:
stopping the use of the term euthanasia (= physician
assisted suicide") which the Nazis used to describe
the systematic medical mass murder in Germany from 1939
to 1949. The Nazis used the term euthanasia
to cynically insinuate that it was the victims own wish
to be killed.
When you use this Nazi term, you AGAIN help to deprive the
victims of Nazi murder of their dignity; when you use this
word to describe the systematic medical mass murder from
1939 to 1949 you help to reproduce the ideology of the doctor-Nazis;
you show solidarity with the criminals and share the cover-up
of their guilt.
helping to demand the publication of the names of all 300,000
victims of the Nazi systematic medical mass murder, including
the 25,000 murdered from 1945 to 1949 - they are victims
of the same murderous act by the same group of perpetrators.
rehabilitating Hagai Aviel, who undertook the important
first step in this direction despite being pursued by the
German federal archives, including compensation of his legal
costs, see: www.iaapa.org.il/46024/Claims
the victims names be published on the internet so that the
relatives can know of the fate of their family members.
the opening of preliminary investigations to solve all medical
murders from 1939 to 1949.
acknowledgment of guilt and payment of compensation by the
chamber of doctors to the rightful heirs of the murdered
the harbouring of the looted art in the lecture-room of
the murderers in Heidelberg: a return to the rightful heirs
of the artwork acquired in bad faith by the Nazi ideologist,
the psychiatrist Hans Prinzhorn, for the University of Heidelberg.
Until this matter is clarified, these works of art should
be preserved and exhibited in the Haus
des Eigensinns in the Tiergartenstrasse 4.
Bundestag, as acknowledgment of responsibility and a sign
of remembrance, displaying in its entrance hall the
exhibition The Missing Link with
Igael Tumarkins remodelled sculptures of the busts
of the Nazi psychiatrist Karl Bonhoeffer.
of the General Assembly of the
Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft Psychiatrie-Erfahrener on 27.1.2009