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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Kong Rithdee
A Catholic preparatory school in northern Thailand has apologized for allowing its students to march in Nazi uniforms and carry flags bearing swastikas during a "fancy-dress sports day" parade late last month.
"Our phony Nazis, who wouldn't know 'Mein Kampf' from Hello Kitty ... broke the European taboo with their performance," cultural commentator Kong Rithdee said in a newspaper column Saturday.
"Perhaps someone made them read the uncorrected history books because technically, and this is a fact, we were on the Fuhrer's side when WWII started - the Allies bombed us, remember?"