Saying the Keenos (lamentations) on Tisha Bi-Av, remembering the murder of our brethren in Europe in the holocaust, these lamentations were added by contemporary rabbis and thoughts passed through my mind of how some of these rabbis were great opposers to the holy ways and followers of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, which unquestionably sealed the terrible horrific fate of the holocaust. Even still this tragedy is extremely painful. These were precious Jewish souls that brought great warmth and holiness to the world, even if satan saw to it that they did not merit to have part in the ultimate holiness of Rabbainu. See also Likutay Moharan II, Torah 66 (when a tzadik has to straighten out someone, he is limited in what he can bring down on this person, for after all, ultimately that person is included in the tzadik, and the affliction will be his....).
Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!