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Joel Rosenberg, of Minnesota, USA, shares his thoughts on treason with us on Sunday, June 9, 2002
Rosenbergs were not traitors (says a Rosenberg)
AS somebody who proclaims himself to be an "historian", you seem rather ignorant of history. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were no doubt spies for the late unlamented Soviet Union, and were tried, convicted, and executed for their espionage activities -- but they were not "traitors": they were not indicted, tried, nor convicted for treason.
DAVID IRVING writes:
ONLY a fellow Jew could say that Jews' treacherous spying on their host country for an alien country is not treason.