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(Daily Mail)   A swastika the size of a tennis court is trampled into a German cornfield, commemorating the 1000-Ear Reich   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 88
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2010-08-24 09:48:25 PM
I just do Nazi this as a racist thing. They're probably just carving a maize
 
2010-08-24 09:50:58 PM
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2010-08-24 09:57:24 PM
phlegmmo: minus



equals


Bob Crane minus Crocodile Dundee equals (what the hell is that? A Corn-Nut?)

I so don't get that. Help here, please.
 
2010-08-24 11:07:02 PM
Colonel Hogan
Paul Hogan
........


/lame
 
2010-08-24 11:45:08 PM
I think I can see that corn's clitoris.
 
2010-08-24 11:46:14 PM
jaylectricity: I think I can see that corn's clitoris.

It's like a corny Georgia O'Keefe..
 
2010-08-24 11:56:11 PM
Somaticasual: jaylectricity: I think I can see that corn's clitoris.

It's like a corny Georgia O'Keefe..


So like, a Nebraska O'Keefe?
 
2010-08-25 12:20:14 AM
This shindig needs music...

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2010-08-25 02:43:16 AM
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2010-08-25 05:01:03 AM
Well, that's better than the swastika they planted:

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2010-08-25 05:27:54 AM
FTFA: Authorities fear neo-Nazis trampled the crop in a field in Assling, Bavaria, to create the enormous symbol adopted by Adolf Hitler and his followers.

Oh, for fark's sake! Why the hell would neo-Nazi's bother with a cornfield? Where's the "sticking it to the lesser races" in that?

Jesus, German government, pull your heads out of your asses!
 
2010-08-25 05:33:46 AM
It is always Hitler, Nazi, SS?

Why not German Buddhists.
 
2010-08-25 05:34:34 AM
Nazis in 2010? "Follow your leader", boys.

greyfalcon.us
 
2010-08-25 05:34:55 AM
So would it be OK if they trampled the corn field into the shape of a cross?
No, the crime here is trampling someone's cornfield.
Stop the thought-crime laws.
 
2010-08-25 05:42:13 AM
Space Nazi's?!!

/panics
 
2010-08-25 05:48:56 AM
I love how they messed it up. would have been perfect if not for the lower 'leg'
Kinda describes the makers perfectly
 
2010-08-25 05:51:07 AM
clatl.com

Including neo-nazi rallies.
 
2010-08-25 05:54:48 AM
I don't know, I think it was done by a bunch of rogue Buddhist monks.
 
2010-08-25 05:56:41 AM
It's a windmill

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2010-08-25 05:58:45 AM
If the Nazi party is the national socialist party, why is it considered right wing?
 
2010-08-25 06:02:36 AM
Nazi aliens? Paging Dr. Jones...
 
2010-08-25 06:11:38 AM
The swastika was trampled at the approach to the Antersberg airport runway where there was an airshow going on that weekend with around 10,000 visitors...several of whom would have taken the €50 barnstorming ride. So basically a practical joke but Kraut politicians are required by law to foam at the mouth anytime there's a swastika spray-painted on a wall somewhere.
 
2010-08-25 06:18:55 AM
What the...? That's no German cornfield, that's in Bavaria. Learn to differentiate, subby!
 
2010-08-25 06:29:14 AM
trixter_nl: If the Nazi party is the national socialist party, why is it considered right wing?

If the PDRK is the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, why is it considered a communist dictatorship?

Where a party lies on the political spectrum comes from actions, not names.
 
2010-08-25 06:46:25 AM
Ebbelwoi: The swastika was trampled at the approach to the Antersberg airport runway where there was an airshow going on that weekend with around 10,000 visitors...several of whom would have taken the €50 barnstorming ride. So basically a practical joke but Kraut politicians are required by law to foam at the mouth anytime there's a swastika spray-painted on a wall somewhere.

Brilliant!
 
2010-08-25 06:55:17 AM
Hominy more must die?
 
2010-08-25 07:31:21 AM
phlegmmo: Colonel Hogan
Paul Hogan
........


/lame


Colonel Hogan - Paul Hogan = Colonel Paul
 
2010-08-25 07:33:43 AM
"Nein, nein, dummkopf! I said 'you need to trample on the ears of COHEN!'"
 
2010-08-25 07:39:50 AM
haddie: trixter_nl: If the Nazi party is the national socialist party, why is it considered right wing?

If the PDRK is the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, why is it considered a communist dictatorship?

Where a party lies on the political spectrum comes from actions, not names.


False.

To answer the question: Nazis are considered right wing, because the Left wants to re-write history. In the 1930s: the Left loved the Fascist and the Nazis. Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice. Now they want to disown them, so they claim they're right wing.

The Nazis wanted a government without constitutional limitations, redistributing income, and with a set of special privileges for the preferred race: exactly like American Democrats today.

Read "Mein Kampf". Putting aside the militarism; Hitler's politics are mainstream Lefty. -all about class envy, hating the rich/educated and income redistribution.
 
2010-08-25 07:43:51 AM
Little.Alex:

In the 1930s: the Left loved the Fascist and the Nazis. Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice.


In all fairness, you have to admit, the dude accomplished a lot.
 
2010-08-25 07:56:25 AM
So, what was the plan once the alotted thousand years were up? Pack-up lads, show's over.
 
2010-08-25 07:58:54 AM
Little.Alex:
False.

To answer the question: Nazis are considered right wing, because the Left wants to re-write history. In the 1930s: the Left loved the Fascist and the Nazis. Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice. Now they want to disown them, so they claim they're right wing.

The Nazis wanted a government without constitutional limitations, redistributing income, and with a set of special privileges for the preferred race: exactly like American Democrats today.

Read "Mein Kampf". Putting aside the militarism; Hitler's politics are mainstream Lefty. -all about class envy, hating the rich/educated and income redistribution.


False.

As absolutely any political scientist will tell you, what you just said was absolute bullshiat.

From the first few sentences of wikipedia (which I realize isn't a political scientist, but does reference its points and with such a topic as Nazism makes sure that nobody knowingly alters it crazily): "Nazism presented itself as politically syncretic, incorporating policies, tactics and philosophies from right- and left-wing ideologies; in practice, Nazism was a far right form of politics."
 
2010-08-25 07:59:32 AM
Little.Alex: haddie: trixter_nl: If the Nazi party is the national socialist party, why is it considered right wing?

If the PDRK is the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, why is it considered a communist dictatorship?

Where a party lies on the political spectrum comes from actions, not names.

False.

To answer the question: Nazis are considered right wing, because the Left wants to re-write history. In the 1930s: the Left loved the Fascist and the Nazis. Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice. Now they want to disown them, so they claim they're right wing.

The Nazis wanted a government without constitutional limitations, redistributing income, and with a set of special privileges for the preferred race: exactly like American Democrats today.

Read "Mein Kampf". Putting aside the militarism; Hitler's politics are mainstream Lefty. -all about class envy, hating the rich/educated and income redistribution.


Wow, that is seriously farked up. Who is rewriting history here? Hitler was never left - always was for a feudal division, never for a classless society or the abolishment of capitalism.
All you want to do is make Democrats into Hitlers. Farked up.
 
2010-08-25 08:05:35 AM
Begoggle: So would it be OK if they trampled the corn field into the shape of a cross?
No, the crime here is trampling someone's cornfield.
Stop the thought-crime laws.


You know in Germany, Nazism and any Nazi symbology is illegal, yeah?
 
2010-08-25 08:07:17 AM
Little.Alex: Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice. Now they want to disown them, so they claim they're right wing.

"Time's Man/Person of the Year"

George W. Bush: 2000 and 2004.
Rudolph Giuliani: 2001.
Newt Gingrich: 1995.
George H. W. Bush: 1990.
Ronald Reagan: 1980 and 1983.
Richard Nixon: 1971 and 1972.
Dwight D. Eisenhower: 1944 and 1959.
Charles Lindbergh (a right-wing Nazi sympathizer): 1927.

You're right. They're all a bunch of super duper lefties. Anyone who could get on the Time's Person of the Year list twice must be a leftist Nazi.
 
2010-08-25 08:12:25 AM
haddie: trixter_nl: If the Nazi party is the national socialist party, why is it considered right wing?

If the PDRK is the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, why is it considered a communist dictatorship?

Where a party lies on the political spectrum comes from actions, not names.


NAZI government, lead by a dictator, murdered an unknown amount of people, anyone who disagrees with the government gets investigated and thrown into jail, wanted to control everything in the country (corporations, religion, your personal life)

PDRK government, lead by a dictator, murdering an unknown amount of people, anyone who disagrees with the government gets investigated and thrown into jail, controls everything in the country (corporations, religion, your personal life)

Yup, Their actions are very different.
 
2010-08-25 08:12:45 AM
assling? LOL.
 
2010-08-25 08:12:59 AM
Little.Alex: haddie: trixter_nl: If the Nazi party is the national socialist party, why is it considered right wing?

If the PDRK is the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, why is it considered a communist dictatorship?

Where a party lies on the political spectrum comes from actions, not names.

False.

To answer the question: Nazis are considered right wing, because the Left wants to re-write history. In the 1930s: the Left loved the Fascist and the Nazis. Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice. Now they want to disown them, so they claim they're right wing.

The Nazis wanted a government without constitutional limitations, redistributing income, and with a set of special privileges for the preferred race: exactly like American Democrats today.

Read "Mein Kampf". Putting aside the militarism; Hitler's politics are mainstream Lefty. -all about class envy, hating the rich/educated and income redistribution.


You know, I didn't know it was possible to pull off a Godwin in this kind of a thread, but by golly, you did.
 
2010-08-25 08:17:04 AM
New term for the day found in the article "drunken yobs" . Plan to use this several times today in polite conversation.

As I found out - yob is a slang term for an uncouth or thuggish working-class person

/The more you know
 
2010-08-25 08:17:05 AM
portscanner: haddie: trixter_nl: If the Nazi party is the national socialist party, why is it considered right wing?

If the PDRK is the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, why is it considered a communist dictatorship?

Where a party lies on the political spectrum comes from actions, not names.

NAZI government, lead by a dictator, murdered an unknown amount of people, anyone who disagrees with the government gets investigated and thrown into jail, wanted to control everything in the country (corporations, religion, your personal life)

PDRK government, lead by a dictator, murdering an unknown amount of people, anyone who disagrees with the government gets investigated and thrown into jail, controls everything in the country (corporations, religion, your personal life)

Yup, Their actions are very different.


Sounds like most European monarchies through history to me. Are you going to tell us that Ivan the Terrible was a communist? How about Queen Elizabeth the First or Queen Mary? Charles IX of France?
 
2010-08-25 08:20:54 AM
wodka:
Little.Alex:
To answer the question: Nazis are considered right wing, because the Left wants to re-write history. In the 1930s: the Left loved the Fascist and the Nazis. Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice. Now they want to disown them, so they claim they're right wing.


All you want to do is make Democrats into Hitlers. Farked up.

wodka, Modern American Nazis don't wear swastikas because nearly all Americans recognize that as evil.

They wear Red, White, and Blue -- Stars and Stripes.
 
2010-08-25 08:22:47 AM
portscanner: Yup, Their actions are very different.

Just because you can find similarities between two systems doesn't mean the systems are identical. That comparison is completely disingenuous.
 
2010-08-25 08:24:26 AM
Little.Alex: haddie: trixter_nl: If the Nazi party is the national socialist party, why is it considered right wing?

If the PDRK is the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, why is it considered a communist dictatorship?

Where a party lies on the political spectrum comes from actions, not names.

False.

To answer the question: Nazis are considered right wing, because the Left wants to re-write history. In the 1930s: the Left loved the Fascist and the Nazis. Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice. Now they want to disown them, so they claim they're right wing.

The Nazis wanted a government without constitutional limitations, redistributing income, and with a set of special privileges for the preferred race: exactly like American Democrats today.

Read "Mein Kampf". Putting aside the militarism; Hitler's politics are mainstream Lefty. -all about class envy, hating the rich/educated and income redistribution.


Trolling asides, Fascism had features that would map to both the left and the right. So stop trying to fit it into modern American politics. It's stupid and ignorant.
 
2010-08-25 08:24:37 AM
Little.Alex:
To answer the question: Nazis are considered right wing, because the Left wants to re-write history.


Nazis are considered left-wing, by you, because you read or heard of a book written by a giant fatbag columnist who needed Cheesecake Factory money.
 
2010-08-25 08:31:19 AM
The essence of National Socialism was that the "NATION" ie: the "real" German people (much like the "real" American people but with longer history of living in the "homeland") owned all the resources of the country.

Resources like Air and Water.

So when the "other" non-homelanders were living off those resources, say Jews (or Mexicans -- Mexicans would have worked if there had been any in Germany), they were stealing from the "Homeland" and thus inherently criminals simply by living there.
 
2010-08-25 08:39:26 AM
Ear-Reich - My Eye!
 
2010-08-25 08:43:45 AM
haddie: Little.Alex:
False.

To answer the question: Nazis are considered right wing, because the Left wants to re-write history. In the 1930s: the Left loved the Fascist and the Nazis. Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice. Now they want to disown them, so they claim they're right wing.

The Nazis wanted a government without constitutional limitations, redistributing income, and with a set of special privileges for the preferred race: exactly like American Democrats today.

Read "Mein Kampf". Putting aside the militarism; Hitler's politics are mainstream Lefty. -all about class envy, hating the rich/educated and income redistribution.

False.

As absolutely any political scientist will tell you, what you just said was absolute bullshiat.

From the first few sentences of wikipedia (which I realize isn't a political scientist, but does reference its points and with such a topic as Nazism makes sure that nobody knowingly alters it crazily): "Nazism presented itself as politically syncretic, incorporating policies, tactics and philosophies from right- and left-wing ideologies; in practice, Nazism was a far right form of politics."


well that settles it. not really. some facts would be nice.

Isn't right or left untimatly decided by what domestic policy they implement (economic and social)? I'd like to get a look at what their domestic policies were like before the war. because when war starts everything goes to hell, our nice president threw our Japanese and German citizens into concentration camps that thought enough about this country that they were willing to die for it after all. maybe we were more alike than we care to remember. at the same time we had a whole race of humans we called blacks living a caste below us. so where were we on this wiki ideological scale? almost as far right as the nazi's but not quite as right since we didn't gas our problems away? but how can social social stratification and division and subjugation be a form of right wing politics? socialists practice that as well?

anyway wiki doesn't say shiat really except for the usual stuff everyone already knows. maybe I'll get a book. I gotta go to bed. somethings tells me they were all opportunists.
 
2010-08-25 08:45:26 AM
haddie: Little.Alex: Time Magazine fawned over Hitler, and made him Man of the Year twice. Now they want to disown them, so they claim they're right wing.

"Time's Man/Person of the Year"

George W. Bush: 2000 and 2004.
Rudolph Giuliani: 2001.
Newt Gingrich: 1995.
George H. W. Bush: 1990.
Ronald Reagan: 1980 and 1983.
Richard Nixon: 1971 and 1972.
Dwight D. Eisenhower: 1944 and 1959.
Charles Lindbergh (a right-wing Nazi sympathizer): 1927.

You're right. They're all a bunch of super duper lefties. Anyone who could get on the Time's Person of the Year list twice must be a leftist Nazi.


I don't say Hitler is a Lefty because Time wrote about him. I just mentioned the Time thing to point out that, until the war started, he wasn't viewed as a maniac.

I say Hitler was a typical Socialist, because he was. Read the Time interview with him. Read his own writings on politics and capitalism.

I have to laugh when I hear people try to switch Hitler and Mao and Stalin to the Religious Right. It's laughable. (Like when Democrats fawn over JFK; who was politically Right of Reagan. They wouldn't let him in their convention today.)

Hitler and Stalin were both committed socialists: that's why they became allies against the 'Capitalist West'. The disagreement was over the Soviet invasion of Finland and Romanian Oil, and Hitler's dream of re-enacting World War One. On Socialism: Hitler and Stalin agreed.

The term "national socialist" is a explicit rejection of the Soviet "International Socialist movement" -which Hitler saw as submitting to becoming a satellite of Moscow (like Cuba.) humm a few bars of "the Internationale" and you'll get the idea. Hitler wanted a Socialist movement that left Germany politically independent - a National Socialist Party.

Read his book. It's not a secret. Some people just wish it was.

Mein Kampf is full of biatching about Capitalists, and anybody who is too educated to work with their hands. That's a big part of his biatch about the Joos: their cultural emphasis on education. (plus one of them probably knocked up his granny)

Hitler spent the years before WWI painting postcards, and selling them to tourists on the streets of Munich. Exactly like the guys you see in San Francisco today. "Brown Shirts" refers to factory workers, just like "Blue collar" does in America today. The point being that you can't wear white if you do manual labor. A street artist, who gets involved with the labor movement, and has his political meetings in beer halls: hardly a Rich Capitalist.

1930 politics don't align very well with politics today, so it's a little hard to draw direct comparisons. What we call the Political Right really didn't exist. The entire politcal spectrum was shifting Left, away from Capitalism -which was seen as a gross failure during the Great Depression. Few people were demanding smaller government in 1934. And there was certainly no idea that Socialist countries couldn't make war on other socialists: that's a idea that didn't surface until the Cold War. (Although China and the USSR had a number of skirmishes on their border.)

The guy you Lefites should be trying to disown is Mao. He had the biggest body count. Why don't you re-write him into a Capitalist?
 
2010-08-25 08:52:32 AM
Little.Alex:
The guy you Lefites should be trying to disown is Mao. He had the biggest body count. Why don't you re-write him into a Capitalist?


You are a staggering troll.
 
2010-08-25 08:52:50 AM
People, people, can we please focus on the REAL issue at hand here? This happened in Assling, Bavaria. Best/worst town name ever? Discuss.
 
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