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(BBC)   French Muslim Communist Holocaust denier dies. Personally, I think the claims that he died are exaggerated, if not completely made up   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 129
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2012-06-16 02:46:19 PM
Allegedly well done, subby.
 
2012-06-16 03:06:40 PM
Looking at the news blurb he sounds like an idiot who doesn't know what to believe in.
 
2012-06-16 03:55:41 PM

gopher321: Looking at the news blurb he sounds like an idiot who doesn't know what to believe in.


maybe he was a woman? they are allowed to change there minds...
 
2012-06-16 05:34:41 PM
Hopefully, there are 6 million people now getting a chance to kick his ass before he gets tossed into Hell.
 
2012-06-16 06:00:12 PM
At least he stood true to his beliefs... whatever they were that day.
 
2012-06-16 06:03:22 PM
I doubt he was ever alive to begin with.
 
2012-06-16 06:03:28 PM

jake_lex: Hopefully, there are 6 million people now getting a chance to kick his ass before he gets tossed into Hell.


But are there really 6 million people waiting to kick his ass?
 
2012-06-16 06:03:36 PM
Wow, quite the Rennaissance man.
 
2012-06-16 06:06:54 PM
It's a great big wide wonderful world we live in!
 
2012-06-16 06:07:12 PM

jake_lex: Hopefully, there are 6 million people now getting a chance to kick his ass before he gets tossed into Hell.


Do Jews believe in the hereafter? If they don't that means there are six million ass kickers waiting to roger Roger.
 
2012-06-16 06:07:13 PM

jake_lex: Hopefully, there are 6 million people now getting a chance to kick his ass before he gets tossed into Hell.



Only 6 million?
 
2012-06-16 06:09:06 PM
Man, that is a lot of labels. Good thing he wasn't a lesbian paraplegic or they couldn't fit it all on the tombstone.
 
2012-06-16 06:13:03 PM
French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride
 
2012-06-16 06:13:49 PM

Amos Quito: jake_lex: Hopefully, there are 6 million people now getting a chance to kick his ass before he gets tossed into Hell.


Only 6 million?


Depends on who's counting.
Anybody got the Official Jew BBQ total handy?

/yea, I know, I'll go sit over there
 
2012-06-16 06:14:04 PM
I thought the sun shone a bit brighter today. All is right with the world!
 
2012-06-16 06:14:32 PM
The first three words had me thinking it was an Obama article from WND.
 
2012-06-16 06:17:56 PM

MAYORBOB: jake_lex: Hopefully, there are 6 million people now getting a chance to kick his ass before he gets tossed into Hell.

Do Jews believe in the hereafter? If they don't that means there are six million ass kickers waiting to roger Roger.


Yeah, they've had Heaven forever and they picked up Hell when it was the Babylonian's turn with them while they were being passed around the planet like a prison biatch under gang level ownership.
 
2012-06-16 06:19:11 PM
At least the man deserves some credit for being a communist and a member of the communist party and still have the balls to criticize the soviet union invasion of Czechoslovakia when it happened. His kind doesn't take that too kindly.
 
2012-06-16 06:19:16 PM
So, President Biden then?

/ducks
//this is what Republicans actually believe
 
2012-06-16 06:20:40 PM

thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run Stop


Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: Listen

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

Fixed for you.
 
2012-06-16 06:20:44 PM
All the witty and deserved kudos to subby have been said, so I will just add that "Holocaust revisionists," or whatever they are calling themelves this week, are one of the nastier groups of derptards in our world, started by a couple of SS officers IIRC. Good riddence.
 
2012-06-16 06:24:02 PM
The article said he didn't feel killing jews contituted genocide. Was he being really racist and/or felt the number should've been bigger before you can call it a holocaust? After living through WWII in France, his little twisted mind figured the jews probably didn't have it that bad and should just suck it up. It is amazing how cold someone can be after they have it rough for a few years. Too bad he didn't travel into Germany to see the ovens.
 
2012-06-16 06:24:35 PM

herrDrFarkenstein: So, President Biden then?

/ducks
//this is what Republicans actually believe


I don't know about republicans, but this independent doesn't believe he can tie his own shoes, I think maybe the republicans are sneaking him out of his gimp box, when Obama is busy, because I can not believe that Obama would ever let him see the light of day if he could do anything about it.
 
2012-06-16 06:25:54 PM

thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride


The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.
 
2012-06-16 06:27:57 PM
Sorry about typos. On phone, too impatient to use the preview. Derp.
 
2012-06-16 06:29:23 PM
Obviously the NWO had to suppress the truth about the Time Cube by faking the Holocaust. They later used the same set to fake the moon landing when public almost discovered the truth about JFK.

/amidoinitrite?
 
2012-06-16 06:34:37 PM

KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.


Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.
 
2012-06-16 06:35:10 PM
What a weirdo.
 
2012-06-16 06:35:27 PM

Chinchillazilla: I doubt he was ever alive to begin with.


MrEricSir: Obviously the NWO had to suppress the truth about the Time Cube by faking the Holocaust. They later used the same set to fake the moon landing when public almost discovered the truth about JFK.

/amidoinitrite?


tikiloungetalk.com

yup.
 
2012-06-16 06:36:43 PM
Shalom, you crazy dimwit.
 
2012-06-16 06:39:32 PM

Satanic_Hamster: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run Stop

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: Listen

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

Fixed for you.


Thank you!!!
 
2012-06-16 06:40:19 PM

thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.

Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.


Could you explain that last paragraph? Just curious?
 
2012-06-16 06:40:58 PM

KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.


What also is lacking from most history books was France was abandoned by England. Over 600,000 British soldiers were in France, retreated to the beach, dropped all their weapons and caught every boat they could to get back to England. The French defenses collapsed after the Germans came around on their flanks where the British were suppose to be.

/something I just read about a couple of days ago.
//the British then sank two French battleships with crew because the Germans might get them
///messed up, huh?
 
2012-06-16 06:55:22 PM

lack of warmth: What also is lacking from most history books was France was abandoned by England. Over 600,000 British soldiers were in France, retreated to the beach, dropped all their weapons and caught every boat they could to get back to England. The French defenses collapsed after the Germans came around on their flanks where the British were suppose to be.


You should read more. That's not how Dunkirk went down. At all.
 
2012-06-16 06:58:52 PM

sleeps in trees: thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.

Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.

Could you explain that last paragraph? Just curious?


2003, the French oppose invading Iraq. They turned out to be right, but that's not going to stop the derpatastic neo-con hate. How *dare* any country disagree with the United States when we are wrong.
 
2012-06-16 07:02:18 PM
www.leonardfrank.com

RIP Gaudi


A few more years and you could have become a lesbian Buddhist.
 
2012-06-16 07:02:23 PM
I mean jeez, it's like they think they are an independant country or something.
 
2012-06-16 07:08:19 PM

KiplingKat872: sleeps in trees: thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.

Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.

Could you explain that last paragraph? Just curious?

2003, the French oppose invading Iraq. They turned out to be right, but that's not going to stop the derpatastic neo-con hate. How *dare* any country disagree with the United States when we are wrong.


So did Canada and Germany to name a few. I'm interested is to why a country that made the right decision is considered a failure. Not from you of course. I just blind nationalism fascinating.
 
2012-06-16 07:11:09 PM

sleeps in trees: thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.

Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.

Could you explain that last paragraph? Just curious?


Here is the story> Link

And here's an interview Chirac gave CBS after he had a few years to get his story straight > Link
 
2012-06-16 07:12:01 PM
getontheboat.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-06-16 07:18:50 PM
Controversial French philosopher Roger Garaudy has died at the age of 98.

An ex-member of the communist party, he converted to Islam in the 1980s. His 1996 book The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics denied that the killing of Jews by the Nazis constituted genocide.


Look, just because you don't have a job and write a book doesn't mean you get to call yourself a philosopher.

I mean, yes, those are pretty much the only qualifications for being a philosopher, but other unemployed book-writers need to agree you are one.
 
2012-06-16 07:19:06 PM

KiplingKat872: sleeps in trees: thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.

Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.

Could you explain that last paragraph? Just curious?

2003, the French oppose invading Iraq. They turned out to be right, but that's not going to stop the derpatastic neo-con hate. How *dare* any country disagree with the United States when we are wrong.


Disagreement is not the issue, betrayal is. When you say "that's a bad idea, i won't support it." You are disagreeing, when you say "absolutely! I'm right behind you!" then stab them in the back at the last possible second, it is betrayal.
 
2012-06-16 07:20:23 PM

thisisarepeat: sleeps in trees: thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.

Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.

Could you explain that last paragraph? Just curious?

Here is the story> Link

And here's an interview Chirac gave CBS after he had a few years to get his story straight > Link


Of course this article neglects to mention that the WMDs we invaded to find were sold to Saddam by the U.S. in a deal brokered by Rumsfeld I believe. As long as we could use him as a pawn in the Cold War to check Soviet supported Iran, he was our bestest pal too. We did give a damn how many Kurds he gassed with our weapons.

So yeah, big fat hypocrital article.
 
2012-06-16 07:20:56 PM
thisisarepeat
Disagreement is not the issue, betrayal is. When you say "that's a bad idea, i won't support it." You are disagreeing, when you say "absolutely! I'm right behind you!" then stab them in the back at the last possible second, it is betrayal.

Are you sure you're talking about the French? Because that sounds more like an Italian thing.

Italy can always be relied on to rush to the aid of the victors.
 
2012-06-16 07:23:00 PM

thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: sleeps in trees: thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.

Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.

Could you explain that last paragraph? Just curious?

2003, the French oppose invading Iraq. They turned out to be right, but that's not going to stop the derpatastic neo-con hate. How *dare* any country disagree with the United States when we are wrong.

Disagreement is not the issue, betrayal is. When you say "that's a bad idea, i won't support it." You are disagreeing, when you say "absolutely! I'm right behind you!" then stab them in the back at the last possible second, it is betrayal.


When exactly were they in favor of *invading* Iraq? For that matter, when did they sign a mutual protection treaty with the U.S.? They are a part of NATO, but NATO was not the force that went in.
 
2012-06-16 07:23:15 PM
He denies the Communist Holocaust? Or the Muslim Communist Holocaust? Or the French Muslim Communist Holocaust?

The 20th Century was a busy time.
 
2012-06-16 07:24:29 PM

KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: sleeps in trees: thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.

Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.

Could you explain that last paragraph? Just curious?

Here is the story> Link

And here's an interview Chirac gave CBS after he had a few years to get his story straight > Link

Of course this article neglects to mention that the WMDs we invaded to find were sold to Saddam by the U.S. in a deal brokered by Rumsfeld I believe. As long as we could use him as a pawn in the Cold War to check Soviet supported Iran, he was our bestest pal too. We did give a damn how many Kurds he gassed with our weapons.

So yeah, big fat hypocrital article.


Sorry, I meant to say that we did NOT care how many Kurds he gassed with the weapons we sold him.
 
2012-06-16 07:30:40 PM

KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: sleeps in trees: thisisarepeat: KiplingKat872: thisisarepeat: French Philosophy?

Chapter 1: Talk shiat

Chapter 2: Run

Chapter 3: Collaborate

Chapter 4: ?

Chapter 5: Maintain Texas levels of irrational pride

The French get a bad rap for surrendering, but most people don't think abput the fact that their population of fighting men had been decimated in WWI, whichs they did not come home to make babbies to grow up to be soldiers. The French just did not have the manpower.

And while the Viscey (sic) government collaborated, the French also had a strong resistance movement.

Sounds plausible, but were they really worse off in that aspect than the Germans after WW1?

Bad rap or not, they reconfirmed their Frenchyness in 2003. They are what they are, I'm not pissed anymore but my sister still returns merchandise if after she gets it home she discovers a little gold "Made in France" sticker on the inside of the packaging.

Could you explain that last paragraph? Just curious?

2003, the French oppose invading Iraq. They turned out to be right, but that's not going to stop the derpatastic neo-con hate. How *dare* any country disagree with the United States when we are wrong.

Disagreement is not the issue, betrayal is. When you say "that's a bad idea, i won't support it." You are disagreeing, when you say "absolutely! I'm right behind you!" then stab them in the back at the last possible second, it is betrayal.

When exactly were they in favor of *invading* Iraq? For that matter, when did they sign a mutual protection treaty with the U.S.? They are a part of NATO, but NATO was not the force that went in.


Actually, it wouldn't be a mutual protection, it would be a mutual aggresion treaty.
 
2012-06-16 07:34:44 PM

Bondith: thisisarepeat
Disagreement is not the issue, betrayal is. When you say "that's a bad idea, i won't support it." You are disagreeing, when you say "absolutely! I'm right behind you!" then stab them in the back at the last possible second, it is betrayal.

Are you sure you're talking about the French? Because that sounds more like an Italian thing.

Italy can always be relied on to rush to the aid of the victors.


We arent talking about much of a difference here. The french are about as different from the Italians as the Belgians are different from the French. Contrasting the three would be like driving from Pensacola FL to Biloxi MS and expecting to see three different worlds on your 90 min drive.
 
2012-06-16 07:37:46 PM

thisisarepeat: Bondith: thisisarepeat
Disagreement is not the issue, betrayal is. When you say "that's a bad idea, i won't support it." You are disagreeing, when you say "absolutely! I'm right behind you!" then stab them in the back at the last possible second, it is betrayal.

Are you sure you're talking about the French? Because that sounds more like an Italian thing.

Italy can always be relied on to rush to the aid of the victors.

We arent talking about much of a difference here. The french are about as different from the Italians as the Belgians are different from the French. Contrasting the three would be like driving from Pensacola FL to Biloxi MS and expecting to see three different worlds on your 90 min drive.


You...obviously don't get outside the US much, or if you do, you never leave the resort/tour group and eat at McDonalds.

Holy cow.
 
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