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    thinks u are the evilest person...uh..no wait i know more people lmao. *bows to u cause if i kiss ur rear long enough u will put me in a high posistion

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    Benevolent dictatorship ftw!
    "Beer is the mind killer. Beer is the little death that brings total obliteration. I will face my beer. I will permit it to pass over me and through me, and when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. When the beer has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    Under your rule, provide pawns for us all.

    Beta than that crankly old farmer.
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    I believe in benevolent dictators too. And if you think about it, Hitler did SOME good things for the German economy (at first). Well... it's up to the US to decide how to punish him.
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    Cooler you will not take over the world,I will;I'm serious,DE can tell you that I've been planning for it.

    But well back to the topic, The memorial for Hitler....some people could interpret that incorrectly,and say he built the memorial for Hitlers faults,like being power/land hungry and his racism. Though the memorial is probably to praise Hitler in his good things,like rebuilding the German economy,getting jobs for the Germans,rebuilding the military and pride.Just for an example,near 1933 Hitler got jobs for over 4 million Germans,do you think Bush or any other president can do that within a few years of being in power?
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    You can also thank Hitler for highways ('cos they were a nazi invention).

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    i disagree with hitlers methods and beliefs but i will not deny the advances he made for the german people and technology worldwide.

    ... the bastard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanul
    But well back to the topic, The memorial for Hitler....some people could interpret that incorrectly,and say he built the memorial for Hitlers faults,like being power/land hungry and his racism. Though the memorial is probably to praise Hitler in his good things,like rebuilding the German economy,getting jobs for the Germans,rebuilding the military and pride.Just for an example,near 1933 Hitler got jobs for over 4 million Germans,do you think Bush or any other president can do that within a few years of being in power?
    Except that the memorial says things like "Hitler didn't start WWII" and "No jews were killed in the third reich".

    In other words, typical neo-nazi bullshit apologia.

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    Where does it say that?

    Oh and some historians say that WWII started with the Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1937.And even during WWI,the Germans didn't think that Poland had any right to exist,that the Polish land was there for the Germans to use when they expanded their population
    http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/poland_walcott.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanul
    Where does it say that?
    Right here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hanul
    Oh and some historians say that WWII started with the Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1937.
    Or why not in Ethiopia in 1936? Well, because that war only involved two countries. Hardly a world war now is it? In the same way, the Sino-Japanese war of 1937 didn't pull the entire world into the fighting.

    However, Hitler's invasion of Poland did just that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hanul
    And even during WWI,the Germans didn't think that Poland had any right to exist,that the Polish land was there for the Germans to use when they expanded their population
    And what does that have to do with anything?

 

 
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