How sad is the saga of Egyptian Jew Refael Bigio whose factories were stolen by Nasser purely out of anti-Semitic hatred and then Coca-Cola rubbing its hands rushes in to make a killing off the stolen land (see Jewish Egyptian vs. Coca-Cola Chairman Muhtar Kent in Lifetime Struggle over Stolen Family Property, Page One June 07, 2012)
. Author Edwin Black shows brillantly that Coke chairman Muhtar Kent leads a company that now advocates a legal defense based upon the absurd notion that Hitler's persecution of the Jews was legal. Edwin Black goes further and demonstrates how Kent's own father endangered his life to rescue Jews in Vichy France. No one unearths corporate connections to the Holocaust like Black and once again he shows what a cold-hearted company can do for profit. In this case, the company not only acted with disgrace, its chairman Muhtar Kent disgraced his father, diplomat Necdet Kent who worked to fight the Nazis and would turn over in his grave if he learned that his own son was now vaunting the legality Hitler's genocide.