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2013-03-01 09:07:47 PM
7 votes:

m00: BigLuca: It's not "The Holocaust" it's "The Holocaust Theory."

Teach the controversy.


Holocaust denial is so vile, so scummy, and holocaust deniers are such horrid pieces of human shiat, that it's one of the few things I just cannot joke about.
2013-03-01 09:10:49 PM
6 votes:

jake_lex: Holocaust denial is so vile, so scummy, and holocaust deniers are such horrid pieces of human shiat, that it's one of the few things I just cannot joke about.


Skarka's Law: There is NOTHING so vile, nothing so indefensible, and nothing so WELL documented an atrocity that someone will not speak in defense of, in denial of, or positively of on the internet.
2013-03-01 07:55:46 PM
6 votes:
America had concentration camps, too. It was the soup du jour of warfare to arrest citizens for the crime of ethnicity.
2013-03-01 09:07:22 PM
5 votes:

meyerkev: cman: doglover: America had concentration camps, too. It was the soup du jour of warfare to arrest citizens for the crime of ethnicity.

This indeed. We may have not executed or starved them to death, but we were supposed to be better than that.

I have always wondered how the original 5-6 million number was the result. To me that number felt a little low; I could have sworn it would have been 10 million because of the population size of Europe. Now they believe that 15-20 million were killed. Wow.

I had always heard 6 million Jews, 6 million others with worse publicity.


Roughly 6.5 million Jews is the accepted number of those that were murdered by the Nazi regime. The higher number of 15-20 million inclusive of the other innocents that were killed at the hands and orders of the Nazis, including Gypsies, dissidents, etc...At the outset of the Holocaust, there was only about 15 million Jews in the world. Only until this last decade has the Jewish population recovered to pre-Holocaust numbers.

As for the American concentration/detainment/internment camps, while horrible in their own right, the systematic genocide of millions by the Nazis is incomparable to any other act by man in history.
2013-03-01 09:00:37 PM
5 votes:
Say what you will about Hitler, but at least he killed Hitler.
2013-03-01 07:25:48 PM
4 votes:
"You literally could not go anywhere in Germany without running into forced labor camps, P.O.W. camps, concentration camps," he said. "They were everywhere."

And yet, 0bama's Amerika is far, far worse. People back then didn't know how good they had it.
2013-03-01 10:25:13 PM
3 votes:
Become victims of Hitler's
quest for "living space".

huisjenphilosophy.files.wordpress.com
Free Reign forever to create
settlements in Palestinian
          West bank.
2013-03-01 10:09:31 PM
3 votes:

sxacho: Atomic Spunk: sxacho: James F. Campbell: Why, pray tell?

Short story of the latest, my wife is a big facebooker. She has her friends and all that, but so one of her friends posts that bullshiat "Bill Cosby" rant about Muslims and the poor ruining America thing. So my wife responds (I'm so farking proud, I taught her to do this) "this shait ain't true, here's a link". The post was pulled in a manner of minutes and this other girl didn't speak to my wife for a week... or maybe longer, I don't know if they're talking. Everytime I've done that I've actually never been welcome to speak by the other person again.

I'm trying to follow your story, so please tell me if I understand you correctly. You're thinking it might be time to leave the US because you think some bad things will be happening soon. And one of the bad things that has happened in the US is that your wife disagreed with her friend's FB post and the friend is no longer talking to your wife. Is this what you're saying?

No. It's a small sign that I think is worth paying attention to. Your friends laying out overly patriotic, xenophobic messages that would otherwise go unchallenged among your other friends. I think that's pretty worrisome.

Little things add up to hegemony. I'd hate to be stuck is all.


I know what you mean. People are saying sh*t publicly these days that would have been social suicide back in the 1990s. American culture is regressing, and quickly. Ignorance is becoming socially accepted and even admired.
2013-03-01 09:56:57 PM
3 votes:

Xythero: Alonjar: St. Snuff: systematic genocide of millions by the Nazis is incomparable to any other act by man in history.

I guess you arent terribly familiar with human history.  Genocide was always the order of the day... this is a very rare time in human history where genocide is frowned upon.  Its a downright anomaly, really.  You should read some eye witness accounts of the crusades some time... the nazi's were practically humane.

The human population was lower in those centuries.  The Aztecs murdered countless tribes on the tops of those pyramids, but never reached Nazi numbers.  I think that is why, even in a world filled with evil, the Nazis always win most evil.


The Holocaust was every bit as evil as advertised, but the Nazis don't win on either absolute numbers (Stalin, especially in the Ukraine) or relative ones (Genghis Khan; see Baghdad).
2013-03-01 09:15:49 PM
3 votes:
Honest to God, Subby, I was expecting an article about cannibalism. Because knowing all the stuff the Nazis did, cannibalism would the only thing that could make it worse.

doglover: America had concentration camps, too. It was the soup du jour of warfare to arrest citizens for the crime of ethnicity.


Canada also had them for the same reason. I recently learned this. How they've been able to keep this under wraps compared to America, I have no idea.
2013-03-01 09:03:06 PM
3 votes:
Hilter's plan to preemptively deny the world of Fark.com by eliminating all the Drews took a decidedly different turn due to an unfortunate (or perhaps fortunate) misunderstanding.
2013-03-01 08:59:55 PM
3 votes:

doglover: America had concentration camps, too. It was the soup du jour of warfare to arrest citizens for the crime of ethnicity.


Are you comparing Dachau to Manzanar?

Really?
2013-03-01 08:53:36 PM
3 votes:

cman: doglover: America had concentration camps, too. It was the soup du jour of warfare to arrest citizens for the crime of ethnicity.

This indeed. We may have not executed or starved them to death, but we were supposed to be better than that.

I have always wondered how the original 5-6 million number was the result. To me that number felt a little low; I could have sworn it would have been 10 million because of the population size of Europe. Now they believe that 15-20 million were killed. Wow.


I had always heard 6 million Jews, 6 million others with worse publicity.
2013-03-02 02:58:49 AM
2 votes:
googlingtheholocaust.files.wordpress.com
2013-03-02 12:17:53 AM
2 votes:

mekki: Name one nation that did not invade another nation for land, goods or slaves.


Oh please not this tired crap that justifies what the Jews do to Palestinians with what the European colonists  did to Native Americans.

The world has grown up since then. WWII was fought over colonialism and one result was that almost all colonies were given their independence. The Jewish response to WWII was to move opposite to this and colonize Palestine and try to subdue or drive out the native population. Israel is the only country that persists in moving in this anti-historical direction.
2013-03-01 11:55:36 PM
2 votes:

xaks: Oh farking hell...is this "Amos" thing Tats 2.0 or something?


Calling Amos as Tats 2.0 would be the equivalent of calling me as Obama 2.0
2013-03-01 11:39:31 PM
2 votes:

kd1s: The Germans and to a more limited degree the Japanese were brutal bastards. That is until they met the Americans and then found out who the real top dog was.


Nah, I wouldn't give it to the Americans on being the most brutal. That honor had to go to the Russians. Especially with what they did to their German POWs. In some Russian POW camps, German soldiers had over a 90% mortality rate because of the way they were "taken care" of.

malaktaus: Lordserb: They may pale in comparison with the injustices done by other nations,

I wouldn't say that at all. Between slavery and the shiat we did to the Indians, I'd say we're right up there with the Germans when it comes to pure evil. We're a little less murderous, of course, but killing a person is far from the worst thing you can do to someone.

And let's not forget that the creation of this nation was nothing more or less than robbery on a massive scale.

Name one nation that did not invade another nation for land, goods or slaves. And I am not talking about some severely isolated, obscure, miniscule tribe in the middle of the rainforest.. Just one nation.

All nations invade and steal. The only reason why the Native Americans did not do the same when they invaded the lands and yes, because their Asian ancestors were as native to the Americas as their European counterparts, was because the land was empty. But as soon as their populations grew, they began invading and stealing from each other. Just look at pre-Columbian history to see this. The only thing that stopped them was the invading European forces.
2013-03-01 11:33:08 PM
2 votes:
i112.photobucket.com
2013-03-01 11:03:41 PM
2 votes:

Amos Quito: HairBolus: Historically Jewish ghettos in Europe were the same as Jewish Quarters - the part of a city where Jews lived. Often there were laws requiring they live there and often they self segregated.


data.un.org

What a "self-segregated" Jewish ghetto might look like.
2013-03-01 11:02:57 PM
2 votes:

Red Shirt Blues: Actually the Japenese were no sloths themselves. Millions slaughtered in China. Not to mention what they did to the citizens of other countries they "liberated" from the white western colonialists. And let's not forget unit 731 who performed medical and weapons experiments on pow's and civilians. Vivisection on downed B-29 crews, cannibalism, decapitation contests, mass rape.........they just weren't dumb enough to catalogue everything like the Germans.


No, the Japanese just made it a religion that until the end of World War II, every man woman and child was taught. Death before dishonor to the Emperor.. Surprisingly enough, they were a LOT like the modern Jihadists and Al Queda groups that we fight today, and it bares a lot of resemblance to the post-war teaching and religion of Juche in North Korea during the Kim era.

There are numerous documented cases of the Japanese using suicide tactics - not just Kamakaze, but wiring their dead and dying with explosives, pulling grenades after surrendering, and using car and vehicle bombs, against their enemies.
2013-03-01 10:24:17 PM
2 votes:

RockChalkH1N1: doglover: America had concentration camps, too. It was the soup du jour of warfare to arrest citizens for the crime of ethnicity.

It was the 1940s


While Japanese internment was a shameful and inexcusable period of paranoia and abuse of the constitution, it is in no way remotely comparable with the Holocaust. The only similarity is that people of like ethnicity were grouped together in camps.
2013-03-01 10:15:19 PM
2 votes:
By all means, continue to write about things that the entirety of Europe knew was happening before WW2 even started, and criminally chose to ignore. Meanwhile China, RIGHT NOW, is doing this VERY SAME shiat to political dissidents, religious minorities and journalists EVERY DAY, which the west, again, knows and is criminally choosing to ignore.
2013-03-01 10:06:53 PM
2 votes:

Alonjar: St. Snuff: systematic genocide of millions by the Nazis is incomparable to any other act by man in history.

I guess you arent terribly familiar with human history.  Genocide was always the order of the day... this is a very rare time in human history where genocide is frowned upon.  Its a downright anomaly, really.  You should read some eye witness accounts of the crusades some time... the nazi's were practically humane.


I believe as pointed out prior, it was the sheer scale at which the Nazi's acted, such that the world had never before seen, is what distinguishes the Holocaust from the patterned mass-slayings of human history - which is not only present in the Medieval Ages, but even during the rule of the Egyptian Pharaoh's and the great dynasties of Asia.

And as for considering the continual decrease in the instances of genocide an anomaly is simply asinine. Putting aside the notion that the Holocaust was the only instance of genocide in the the 20th Century, which is patently false, calling societal progression an anomaly is an illogical and untenable position to hold.
2013-03-01 09:50:11 PM
2 votes:

jake_lex: m00: BigLuca: It's not "The Holocaust" it's "The Holocaust Theory."

Teach the controversy.

Holocaust denial is so vile, so scummy, and holocaust deniers are such horrid pieces of human shiat, that it's one of the few things I just cannot joke about.


I sometimes feel the same way, too.

Holocaust deniers, Truthers, Birthers, Vaccineers, David Icke followers, they are terrible people.

Racism runs deep. It is still in our psyche. We may be an enlightened species, but we have a major problem, and that is our programming. What is different could be dangerous. This is a primitive emotion from where bigotry comes from. In order for us to evolve we must accept who we are so we can recognize it and control it.
2013-03-01 09:28:42 PM
2 votes:
www.midlifegamer.net
2013-03-01 09:27:55 PM
2 votes:
www.bbc.co.uk
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2013-03-01 09:27:55 PM
2 votes:
24.media.tumblr.comi45.tinypic.com
2013-03-01 09:19:56 PM
2 votes:
St. Snuff: systematic genocide of millions by the Nazis is incomparable to any other act by man in history.

I guess you arent terribly familiar with human history.  Genocide was always the order of the day... this is a very rare time in human history where genocide is frowned upon.  Its a downright anomaly, really.  You should read some eye witness accounts of the crusades some time... the nazi's were practically humane.
2013-03-01 09:17:42 PM
2 votes:

KrispyKritter: there were people of governments that killed far more but Hitler gets all the press. it's always Hitler, Hitler, Hitler.


Hitler gets press for the way he did it. Yeah, Stalin and Mao were bad people, and they starved MILLIONS through their five year plans and "reforms", shot a bunch of people, and sent others to work camps, but they didn't have the industrialized and cold mechanism of death that the Nazis invented for the systematic extermination of groups of people who were deemed "undesirables", and the sheer monstrosity of the pseudo-scientific "human experiments" that their doctors performed at the camps.
2013-03-01 09:13:21 PM
2 votes:

lifeboat: Say what you will about Hitler, but at least he killed Hitler.


Yes but he also killed the guy who killed hitler.
2013-03-01 09:02:03 PM
2 votes:
What's Israel up to now?  I see they have their "WWII Holocaust" stories in the media again.
2013-03-01 09:01:11 PM
2 votes:
It sounds like they counted not only concentration camps, but also any location where a Nazi uttered the word "Jew".
2013-03-01 08:55:34 PM
2 votes:

cman: This indeed. We may have not executed or starved them to death, but we were supposed to be better than that.

I have always wondered how the original 5-6 million number was the result. To me that number felt a little low; I could have sworn it would have been 10 million because of the population size of Europe. Now they believe that 15-20 million were killed. Wow.


Yeah, so much of our history is covered with roses, but the sad truth is that America has done some pretty heinous things.  They may pale in comparison with the injustices done by other nations, but we're by no means innocent.
2013-03-01 08:54:40 PM
2 votes:
www.supermotors.net

But he was fabulous off broadway
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-03-01 08:15:55 PM
2 votes:
There's a bit of publication bias in this field. It ranges from bad career move to criminal offense to say that the Nazis were not as bad as they are supposed to have been. I blame the ***NO CARRIER***
2013-03-01 07:59:44 PM
2 votes:

doglover: America had concentration camps, too. It was the soup du jour of warfare to arrest citizens for the crime of ethnicity.


This indeed. We may have not executed or starved them to death, but we were supposed to be better than that.

I have always wondered how the original 5-6 million number was the result. To me that number felt a little low; I could have sworn it would have been 10 million because of the population size of Europe. Now they believe that 15-20 million were killed. Wow.
2013-03-05 08:07:21 AM
1 votes:

Frederick: many others have also mentioned the flood of articles pertaining to the Holocaust as opposed to other genocides. My explanation for it is based simply on logic.


Logic would take into account that we lost more soldiers to Hitler than any other foreign war, that Hitler committed those atrocities during that war, that countries frequently take their opponents' outrages and make them a retroactive reason for that war, that the Holocaust was industrial nature of the killing on a scale and intent never seen before, that the Holocaust's goal was absolute 100% extermination of those in territory they control or intend on controlling - something few other genocides actually aimed to accomplish and fewer still (if any) could hope to accomplish. Logic states that often we don't care much about what two countries on the other side of the globe do to each other, that we don't care what Stalin did "to his own people" - a convenient excuse, even if completely false, to help assuage any moral guilt of not having done anything about it.

All of those reasons are so much more compelling than Jews in media, that logic suggests that considering Jews in media even remotely important enough to mention is driven by something OTHER than logic.
2013-03-04 06:52:34 AM
1 votes:

Frederick: liam76: Frederick: Yeah....thats why.

Why don't you fill us in on why?

Or do you just want people to ask questions, like you do with the holocaust.

I think it's a good idea to ask questions of history.  Why do you wish to avoid it?


As I guessed you won't fill us in on why you think Hitler's Indutrial methods of genocide isn't what gets him remembered.  Is that because if you spell out why you think he is it will make your bigotry to clear?

It is a good idea to ask questions if you are ignorant, think something is wrong, or there is something you don't understand.  If you are trying to deny basic accepted facts of the holocaust with no evidence to back you up, as you do, then no that isn't a good thing.
2013-03-02 07:40:50 AM
1 votes:

chrylis: notmtwain: LawrencePerson: Hitler and National Socialism was evil, MMmmmmmkay?

But communism killed 100,000,000 people. Hitler never even got close to that record.


I'm not familiar with that number. Did you just make it up?

The Great Leap Forward killed somewhere between 18 and 32 million from starvation, Stalin intentionally starved 2-7 million in the Ukraine, and we're up to 30+ million from starvation in those two incidents alone.


I think Hitler is and should be get more headlines on the topic of genocide because of how it was more "insdustrial" and direct.

Starving people could be partially blamed on incompetence and the thought that "peasants" always held back food.
2013-03-02 01:29:28 AM
1 votes:
I hate these threads.  It's so hard to tell who is a troll and who is really that farked in the head.
2013-03-02 12:26:19 AM
1 votes:

zerkalo: SurelyShirley: "You literally could not go anywhere in Germany without running into forced labor camps, P.O.W. camps, concentration camps," he said. "They were everywhere."

I would like to see a map with names and exact locations of all those camps. Not just a 100x100 pixel thumbnail with a bunch of gray dots on it. I wonder what's behind these "new discoveries"? Oh wait, the German economy is doing better than most, let's just hit 'em up for more Deutsch Marks or Euros or whatever can pay our bills (to build more condos on Palestinian territory)

[www.ushmm.org image 640x420]

And yet it still won't be enough for the likes of you. To understand that tens of millions were erased from central Europe. Jews, poles, Ukrainians, Soviet POWs, gypsies, the infirm.


"For the likes of me"? You don't know me and don't know where I'm coming from.
That map you provided barely shows the well known camps. We had more detailed maps in 5th grade history class 40 years ago. The article talks about "30,000 slave labor camps; 1,150 Jewish ghettos; 980 concentration camps; 1,000 prisoner-of-war camps; 500 brothels filled with sex slaves". That's the map I would like to see.
2013-03-02 12:25:39 AM
1 votes:
My grandfather was forced to work in a Siemens factory during the war... never got paid, Siemens still exists today, basically got off scott free.

Here's some more of those companies, including American ones

And don't forget the Bush family, who helped kickstart the second world war...
2013-03-02 12:16:11 AM
1 votes:

SurelyShirley: "You literally could not go anywhere in Germany without running into forced labor camps, P.O.W. camps, concentration camps," he said. "They were everywhere."

I would like to see a map with names and exact locations of all those camps. Not just a 100x100 pixel thumbnail with a bunch of gray dots on it. I wonder what's behind these "new discoveries"? Oh wait, the German economy is doing better than most, let's just hit 'em up for more Deutsch Marks or Euros or whatever can pay our bills (to build more condos on Palestinian territory)


www.ushmm.org

And yet it still won't be enough for the likes of you. To understand that tens of millions were erased from central Europe. Jews, poles, Ukrainians, Soviet POWs, gypsies, the infirm.
2013-03-02 12:04:12 AM
1 votes:

Amos Quito: I can't see where it's much different than any other religion.


Only 1/3 or 1/2 as complicated, depending on whether you believe in a trinity.

/Stupid, all of them.
2013-03-01 11:53:58 PM
1 votes:

lohphat: doglover: America had concentration camps, too. It was the soup du jour of warfare to arrest citizens for the crime of ethnicity.

Are you comparing Dachau to Manzanar?

Really?


jake_lex: Holocaust denial is so vile, so scummy, and holocaust deniers are such horrid pieces of human shiat, that it's one of the few things I just cannot joke about.


The BBC series on Hitlers attempt to eradicate the Jews that is currently showing on Netflix, in 6 episodes, will change how you look at the Holocaust forever.
I feel anger at self righteous asshats that carelessly throw around terms such as "Grammar Nazi" or "Soup Nazi" they certainly know not  of what they speak.

The biggest problem that Hitlers S.S. faced was building an efficient system to kill and dispose of the bodies of MILLIONS AND MILLIONS of men and women and children.
The ones that were allowed to live were used as slave labor and worked to DEATH.
The money and jewels and gold they stole from anyone that came into the Nazi SS killing machine was skimmed before what was left was sent to Berlin.
The murderous swine was also corrupt, how surprising.
Being sent to the concentration camps was not unique to Jews either. Political dissidence also would cause you to be arrested and sent to the camps..
2013-03-01 11:30:18 PM
1 votes:
I, like many people, have a habit of using words like ghetto and Nazi casually, without a thought to their horrible origins.

I try to be conscious of this, but doing so requires too much concentration.
2013-03-01 11:29:46 PM
1 votes:
What about all the good things he did? I mean the guy killed Hitler! That makes him an hero of legendary proportions!
2013-03-01 11:15:37 PM
1 votes:

Crunch61: FTA:" ...and brothels, where women were coerced into having sex with German military personnel"

I can't say this didn't happen but sex between Jews and Germans was illegal per the Nuremberg Laws of 1935. I've not read anything previously where Germans took this law lightly.

/Even Oskar Schindler was imprisoned for just kissing a Jew



It said "WOMEN were coerced", not JEWISH women.

You picked up on the perpetual (and intentional) IMPLICATION.

Moral of the story: These stories are immoral.
2013-03-01 11:15:02 PM
1 votes:
The Germans and to a more limited degree the Japanese were brutal bastards. That is until they met the Americans and then found out who the real top dog was.

But that thing - German Ordnung and engineering - there's a reason for it. The whole thing started because of the Treaty of Versailles - it left Germany destitute. But manufacturing concerns within the state wanted to ramp up for war and Hitler was only too willing.

The first push was into Poland - the Sudetenland. A lot of ethnic Germans lived in the western section of Poland.

It's just who the Nazi's chose to scapegoat. They were essentially doomed from the start. They put so many people to death that they suffered brain drain. Stupid really.
2013-03-01 10:43:21 PM
1 votes:
Actually the Japenese were no sloths themselves. Millions slaughtered in China. Not to mention what they did to the citizens of other countries they "liberated" from the white western colonialists. And let's not forget unit 731 who performed medical and weapons experiments on pow's and civilians. Vivisection on downed B-29 crews, cannibalism, decapitation contests, mass rape.........they just weren't dumb enough to catalogue everything like the Germans.
2013-03-01 10:41:12 PM
1 votes:

vygramul: Amos Quito: cman: Racism runs deep. It is still in our psyche. We may be an enlightened species, but we have a major problem, and that is our programming. What is different could be dangerous. This is a primitive emotion from where bigotry comes from. In order for us to evolve we must accept who we are so we can recognize it and control it.


I strongly agree with this part of your statement.

The primal drive toward tribalism/ ethnocentrism/ nationalism/ racism no doubt served us as a species over the course of much of our evolution, but the world has become much too small a place as of late, and these tendencies have suddenly become a major liability - perhaps our single greatest liability.

Unfortunately I these tendencies are so heavily ingrained in our nature that they will not be easily eradicated, so I'm not terribly optimistic.

And strangely, there are many of us who insist that certain groups be not only allowed, but ENCOURAGED to continue on this treacherous path of separatism and particularism.

No, I'm not terribly optimistic at all.


It's not a thread about Jews until Amos shows up.



What can I say? The thread was dying.

Starving like a freakin' Ukrainian under Stalin and Kaganovich.
2013-03-01 10:29:27 PM
1 votes:

cman: Racism runs deep. It is still in our psyche. We may be an enlightened species, but we have a major problem, and that is our programming. What is different could be dangerous. This is a primitive emotion from where bigotry comes from. In order for us to evolve we must accept who we are so we can recognize it and control it.



I strongly agree with this part of your statement.

The primal drive toward tribalism/ ethnocentrism/ nationalism/ racism no doubt served us as a species over the course of much of our evolution, but the world has become much too small a place as of late, and these tendencies have suddenly become a major liability - perhaps our single greatest liability.

Unfortunately I these tendencies are so heavily ingrained in our nature that they will not be easily eradicated, so I'm not terribly optimistic.

And strangely, there are many of us who insist that certain groups be not only allowed, but ENCOURAGED to continue on this treacherous path of separatism and particularism.

No, I'm not terribly optimistic at all.
2013-03-01 10:12:57 PM
1 votes:

mekki: Honest to God, Subby, I was expecting an article about cannibalism. Because knowing all the stuff the Nazis did, cannibalism would the only thing that could make it worse.


Actually, that was the Japanese:

Many written reports and testimonies collected by the Australian War Crimes Section of the Tokyo tribunal, and investigated by prosecutor. This frequently involved murder for the purpose of securing bodies. For example, an Changdi Ram, testified that: "[on November 12, 1944] the Kempeitai beheaded [an Allied] pilot. I saw this from behind a tree and watched some of the Japanese cut flesh from his arms, legs, hips, buttocks and carry it off to their quarters... They cut it [into] small pieces and fried it.

Link
2013-03-01 10:12:40 PM
1 votes:

malaktaus: Lordserb: They may pale in comparison with the injustices done by other nations,

I wouldn't say that at all. Between slavery and the shiat we did to the Indians, I'd say we're right up there with the Germans when it comes to pure evil. We're a little less murderous, of course, but killing a person is far from the worst thing you can do to someone. And let's not forget that the creation of this nation was nothing more or less than robbery on a massive scale.


To be fair I think you'd be hard pressed to name a single country that isn't the product of someone stealing land from somebody at some point.
2013-03-01 10:12:23 PM
1 votes:

silvervial: KrispyKritter: there were people of governments that killed far more but Hitler gets all the press. it's always Hitler, Hitler, Hitler.

It's because of the snazzy Nazi uniforms. No other brutalizing, murdering dictatorship had such styling clothes.


Made by Hugo Boss.
2013-03-01 10:11:22 PM
1 votes:
So this old Jew wins $10 million in the lottery and his friend asks,"What are you going to do with the money?"
The old Jew says,"Well I'm gonna give $1 million to the American Nazi Party."
The friend replies,"What, why the hell would you do that, those bastards tried to kill you?"
The old Jew looks at his arm and says, "Yeah, but they gave me the numbers"
2013-03-01 10:04:24 PM
1 votes:

Lordserb: They may pale in comparison with the injustices done by other nations,


I wouldn't say that at all. Between slavery and the shiat we did to the Indians, I'd say we're right up there with the Germans when it comes to pure evil. We're a little less murderous, of course, but killing a person is far from the worst thing you can do to someone. And let's not forget that the creation of this nation was nothing more or less than robbery on a massive scale.
2013-03-01 10:01:21 PM
1 votes:
A188991

That fits on an IBM post-1931 card nicely. Surely it's just a coinky-dinky.
2013-03-01 09:58:17 PM
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Hagenhatesyouall: doglover: America had concentration camps, too. It was the soup du jour of warfare to arrest citizens for the crime of ethnicity.

No, no, NO, no, NO!!

We had "reservations"....."reservations", NOT "concentration camps".

Completely different. Really.


4.bp.blogspot.com
2013-03-01 09:52:56 PM
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sxacho: James F. Campbell: Why, pray tell?

Short story of the latest, my wife is a big facebooker. She has her friends and all that, but so one of her friends posts that bullshiat "Bill Cosby" rant about Muslims and the poor ruining America thing. So my wife responds (I'm so farking proud, I taught her to do this) "this shait ain't true, here's a link". The post was pulled in a manner of minutes and this other girl didn't speak to my wife for a week... or maybe longer, I don't know if they're talking. Everytime I've done that I've actually never been welcome to speak by the other person again.


I'm trying to follow your story, so please tell me if I understand you correctly. You're thinking it might be time to leave the US because you think some bad things will be happening soon. And one of the bad things that has happened in the US is that your wife disagreed with her friend's FB post and the friend is no longer talking to your wife. Is this what you're saying?
2013-03-01 09:48:28 PM
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Not impressed....

i.imgur.com
2013-03-01 09:29:50 PM
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Louisiana_Sitar_Club: [www.bbc.co.uk image 401x536]
[img2.timeinc.net image 399x533]


LordOfThePings: [24.media.tumblr.com image 400x538][i45.tinypic.com image 358x538]


And that is quite possibly one of the greatest simulposts of all time.
2013-03-01 09:27:33 PM
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BronyMedic: jake_lex: Holocaust denial is so vile, so scummy, and holocaust deniers are such horrid pieces of human shiat, that it's one of the few things I just cannot joke about.

There is NOTHING so vile, nothing so indefensible, and nothing so WELL documented an atrocity that someone will not speak in defense of, in denial of, or positively of on the internet claim America does or has done the same or worse.

2013-03-01 09:14:23 PM
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ISO15693: lifeboat: Say what you will about Hitler, but at least he killed Hitler.

Yes but he also killed the guy who killed hitler.


something something gun control something...
2013-03-01 09:13:59 PM
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Oh hey it's only the 1,456,333,546,788,443,557th article on the Holocuast.
2013-03-01 09:13:12 PM
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St_Francis_P: "You literally could not go anywhere in Germany without running into forced labor camps, P.O.W. camps, concentration camps," he said. "They were everywhere."

And yet, 0bama's Amerika is far, far worse. People back then didn't know how good they had it.


Why the other day, I opened my refrigerator and there was a concentration camp in the veggie drawer! It's gotten to the point that I have to drive carefully for fear of running over one.
2013-03-01 09:13:03 PM
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Atomic Spunk: [img.dailymail.co.uk image 468x551]
snickers at Hitler's body count

By the way, I while looking for the picture above, I learned that Stalin was quite handsome when he was young:
[24.media.tumblr.com image 500x672]


This is really one of his most evil pictures:

www.bitlogic.com

He had her parents killed, but it didn't stop him from posing with her for propaganda.
2013-03-01 09:10:42 PM
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KrispyKritter: there were people of governments that killed far more but Hitler gets all the press. it's always Hitler, Hitler, Hitler.


Am I the only one who read that in Jan Brady's voice?
2013-03-01 09:10:33 PM
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MrHappyRotter: Hilter's plan to preemptively deny the world of Fark.com by eliminating all the Drews took a decidedly different turn due to an unfortunate (or perhaps fortunate) misunderstanding.


images3.wikia.nocookie.net
/Funny.... they didn't look Drewish.
2013-03-01 09:05:14 PM
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img.dailymail.co.uk
snickers at Hitler's body count

By the way, I while looking for the picture above, I learned that Stalin was quite handsome when he was young:
24.media.tumblr.com
2013-03-01 09:02:43 PM
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BigLuca: It's not "The Holocaust" it's "The Holocaust Theory."


-looks at the above statement-
-dons asbestos safety gear-
-pops popcorn-
2013-03-01 08:59:52 PM
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So Hitler was just Godwinned.

Time to close up the internet. It was a good time.
2013-03-01 08:55:08 PM
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there were people of governments that killed far more but Hitler gets all the press. it's always Hitler, Hitler, Hitler.
 
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