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Hitler
by Jan Oscar Hansen
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  In a village near mine an old man lives, so ancient
a TV station took an interest and interviewed him,
they thought he must be 104 or more. I looked at
the face his mustache, white and he had gone bald;
spoke Portuguese with a heavy Austrian accent.

No doubt in my mind I was looking at Adolf Hitler.

To my deep suspicion and when asked about his
longevity said he was a vegetarian but liked strudel,
told the village policeman about it, but first I had
to tell him who Hitler was; a shoulder shrug, all so
long ago, no point going into all this now.

I called the TV station they hung up on me, but
not before I heard their unqualified laughter.

What am I to do? Can´t just chain myself to him
and take him to Hague…he´s too infirm for that.
A last resort is to send an email to Israel, ask them
to let Mossed (their homicide department) send
a couple of agents and take care of the matter.   
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