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Re: German Car Company and Auschwitz

Bosch, Volkswagen, Bayer, Krupp ... I'd be amazed if any large German company that was around in the 1930s didn't have some link or other with the Holocaust or Nazi party.

Companies are not people - they are merely organisations on paper designed to provide a framework within which to work. A company cannot be guilty in a moral sense for what its management did a long time ago.

I watched "Who do you think you are?" about Kevin Whately (actor: Inspector Morse's sidekick). Styles himself as a working-class leftie (though he's a greater toff than anyone I know) ... but comes from a long line of super-rich people (loads of top clergy) and Virginian slave-owners. He's more guilty than Bayer, for example. There's at least a DNA link there.