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(Daily Mail)   "Hitler would never again set foot outside Argentina. And though his dreams of a new Reich would never be fulfilled, he did at least find some form of domestic happiness by marrying Eva Braun, with whom he had two daughters"   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 90
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2013-10-28 10:05:44 AM
You know who else is rumored to have fled to Argentina?

Oh, wait....
 
2013-10-28 10:08:25 AM
Nonsense, those guys that looked like Hitler were merely his clones.
 
2013-10-28 10:13:53 AM
static.tvtropes.org

/ja ja
 
2013-10-28 10:21:29 AM
Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?
 
2013-10-28 10:51:39 AM
Do people honestly believe Eichmann would not have sold Hitler out to the Israelis if he was in Argentina?
 
2013-10-28 11:18:35 AM

nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?


The intended suckers market does not require such mundane details as "evidence" or "facts" when plausibility, coupled with a strong desire to know a secret that the muggles would never believe, is a perfectly acceptable measure of truth. Furthermore, should the "evidence" or "facts" conflict with their cherished plausibility then that is a strong indication that the conspiracy is even deeper than previously suspected.
 
2013-10-28 11:35:05 AM
Did Hitler flee bunker with Eva to Argentina, have two daughters and live to 73?

Of course not.  That's ridiculous.  He fled to Kenya where he sired a son in a haze of farts and bongo drums, who would one day destroy the United States by offering people reasonably priced health care insurance.  Study it out, biatches.
 
2013-10-28 11:46:11 AM

Doctor Funkenstein: Did Hitler flee bunker with Eva to Argentina, have two daughters and live to 73?

Of course not.  That's ridiculous.  He fled to Kenya where he sired a son in a haze of farts and bongo drums, who would one day destroy the United States by offering people reasonably priced health care insurance.  Study it out, biatches.


You almost had me up until the reasonably priced part
 
2013-10-28 11:47:07 AM

Sybarite: Nonsense, those guys that looked like Hitler were merely his clones.


25.media.tumblr.com

Also yes.
 
2013-10-28 11:47:08 AM
That boy went to Brazil.
 
2013-10-28 11:47:57 AM
What's funny is that some people actually believe this crap.
 
2013-10-28 11:49:56 AM
I see Harry Turtledove has another writing alias.
 
2013-10-28 11:52:53 AM
While I do find the topic of alternative history fascinating ie: What if the South had won the Civil War, what if the Hitler defeated Britain, what if Japan invaded the mainland United States, they are nothing more then speculative fiction, just like this crackpot theory.
 
2013-10-28 11:55:07 AM
Bit of wish-fulfillment from the Mail there. No doubt Viscount Rothermere is hanging out in South America, just waiting to be installed as Minister of Propaganda
 
2013-10-28 11:58:50 AM

dittybopper: You know who else is rumored to have fled to Argentina?

Oh, wait....


I was going to be disappointed if this had not appeared.
 
2013-10-28 11:59:00 AM
Next up, on "Behind the Dictator"...
 
2013-10-28 11:59:14 AM
Is this some kind of self-published Nazi fanfic?
 
2013-10-28 11:59:59 AM
www.crcstudio.org
 
2013-10-28 12:02:05 PM

nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?


These are the same people who believe that Obama is a muslin communist fascist who was born in Kenya.  No evidence necessary.
 
2013-10-28 12:03:16 PM
But if we find Hitler and his henchmen, how do we kill them?
 
2013-10-28 12:03:26 PM

BKITU: nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?

The intended suckers market does not require such mundane details as "evidence" or "facts" when plausibility, coupled with a strong desire to know a secret that the muggles would never believe, is a perfectly acceptable measure of truth. Furthermore, should the "evidence" or "facts" conflict with their cherished plausibility then that is a strong indication that the conspiracy is even deeper than previously suspected.


Hell...almost anything is possible. The question people should be asking themselves is what are the probabilities that this is what indeed happened. In this case, though, I'm going to go ahead and say that the type of person who believes in this kind of shiat also believes in alien abductions and the Loch Ness monster, ie: they need to make sure that they take their medication as prescribed.
 
2013-10-28 12:06:50 PM

Bloody William: Sybarite: Nonsense, those guys that looked like Hitler were merely his clones.



Also yes.


Ich mussen fuer meiner Fürher weiter zu kampfen!
 
2013-10-28 12:07:14 PM
Argentina?  Nonsense- he went to Britain

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2013-10-28 12:07:56 PM
Argentina? Preposterous!  He died.

farm5.static.flickr.com

The author's probably confusing him with that completely unrelated and in no way the same "Hilter" fellow from South London.

/Don't like the sound of those "Bonsentration Bamps"
 
2013-10-28 12:08:50 PM
Actually, there ARE some Hitlers that made it out of Germany. Adolph's nephew from his half-brother's side. Fought for the Allies in WWII (after being personally cleared to serve by FDR and J Edgar Hoover) and had 2 kids who are still alive on the US East Coast, who have new names and allegedly made  a pact never to breed so that the Hitler DNA line would become extinct..
 
2013-10-28 12:09:10 PM
Everyone thinks Custer died at the battle of little big horn. What my book presupposes is... maybe he didn't?
 
2013-10-28 12:10:17 PM
That's obviously nonsense. Everyone knows that Hitler moved to the North Pole so that he could help bring presents to all the little Aryan children.

/ Sieg heil to Santa!
 
2013-10-28 12:12:25 PM

Tom_Slick: Do people honestly believe Eichmann would not have sold Hitler out to the Israelis if he was in Argentina?


Who says that Eichmann did not.  Isreal is more strong with the precieved chance of a Hitler out there than with a confirmed dead Hitler.  They know where he is at and are keeping an eye on him but they are never going to  lay down their final trump card until the time is right.
 
2013-10-28 12:13:06 PM
Oh God not another one.  Christ, people need to quit with the Hitler escaped nonsense and instead focus on the more plausible scenario that he never really existed.  Yes, the Illuminati in conjunction with the saucer people and in alliance with the reverse vampires have deceived us all and used the cover a manufactured "war" to engage in the mass abduction of about 57 million people who are being used as slave labor on another planet.
 
2013-10-28 12:13:32 PM
So there's a chance that the hot Argentine model I met last weekend was actually Hitler's granddaughter?  That would explain the funny mustache.
 
2013-10-28 12:15:42 PM

Saiga410: more strong


more strong eh?  I look forward to when we do away with "better" and "best" and accept "gooder" and "goodest."
 
2013-10-28 12:18:33 PM

offmymeds: BKITU: nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?

The intended suckers market does not require such mundane details as "evidence" or "facts" when plausibility, coupled with a strong desire to know a secret that the muggles would never believe, is a perfectly acceptable measure of truth. Furthermore, should the "evidence" or "facts" conflict with their cherished plausibility then that is a strong indication that the conspiracy is even deeper than previously suspected.

Hell...almost anything is possible. The question people should be asking themselves is what are the probabilities that this is what indeed happened. In this case, though, I'm going to go ahead and say that the type of person who believes in this kind of shiat also believes in alien abductions and the Loch Ness monster, ie: they need to make sure that they take their medication as prescribed.


Do people still claim to be abducted by aliens? I haven't heard that one in a while.
 
2013-10-28 12:19:55 PM

nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?


They saw it in a move: "The Boys from Brazil".

/yes, not the same story, but similar.
 
2013-10-28 12:20:09 PM

patrick767: Is this some kind of self-published Nazi fanfic?


Time to get out the old Hitler/Stalin slash fiction and head out to amazon.com

/I'll add some horny dinosaurs to make sure it sells.
 
2013-10-28 12:20:45 PM
Fled to Argentina?  What a waste of a perfectly good moonbase!

i.imgur.com
 
2013-10-28 12:23:48 PM

Vlad_the_Inaner: Fled to Argentina?  What a waste of a perfectly good moonbase!

[i.imgur.com image 850x572]


What is that From?
 
2013-10-28 12:27:06 PM
unitedcats.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-10-28 12:27:21 PM

Tom_Slick: Vlad_the_Inaner: Fled to Argentina?  What a waste of a perfectly good moonbase!

[i.imgur.com image 850x572]

What is that From?


The moon. Duh.
 
2013-10-28 12:32:02 PM

Tom_Slick: Vlad_the_Inaner: Fled to Argentina?  What a waste of a perfectly good moonbase!

[i.imgur.com image 850x572]

What is that From?


A silly movie called "Iron Sky".
 
2013-10-28 12:33:45 PM

Tom_Slick: Vlad_the_Inaner: Fled to Argentina?  What a waste of a perfectly good moonbase!

[i.imgur.com image 850x572]

What is that From?


Iron Sky

/No, its not derived from Heinlein's Rocketship Galileo.  Pure schlock (nttiatwwt).  Netflix has it.
 
2013-10-28 12:34:50 PM
That would be perfect for a "Hitler rant" video.
 
2013-10-28 12:35:52 PM

nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?


Well, this is what happens when you rush to destroy a corpse before you can show the world. Same thing with Bin Laden, there will always be people who don't believe he's dead. They have a good point to; nobody saw a body, except a few who were on a select list or could have been "gotten too". It doesn't mean that they're right, just that it's hard to argue with someone who points out that there was no body. There's not really that much proof that he was in the bunker, IIRC, they rushed to that cremation pretty quickly. Once again, this DOES NOT mean that I support this idea in the least, just that when it comes to evidence, it's 6 of one and half a dozen of another in these "secret" deaths.
 
2013-10-28 12:40:14 PM

BKITU: nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?

The intended suckers market does not require such mundane details as "evidence" or "facts" when plausibility, coupled with a strong desire to know a secret that the muggles would never believe, is a perfectly acceptable measure of truth. Furthermore, should the "evidence" or "facts" conflict with their cherished plausibility then that is a strong indication that the conspiracy is even deeper than previously suspected.


See also Bigfoot, faking the Moon Landing, the Jaguars winning a Super Bowl, etc.
 
2013-10-28 12:44:34 PM

naughtyrev: offmymeds: BKITU: nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?

The intended suckers market does not require such mundane details as "evidence" or "facts" when plausibility, coupled with a strong desire to know a secret that the muggles would never believe, is a perfectly acceptable measure of truth. Furthermore, should the "evidence" or "facts" conflict with their cherished plausibility then that is a strong indication that the conspiracy is even deeper than previously suspected.

Hell...almost anything is possible. The question people should be asking themselves is what are the probabilities that this is what indeed happened. In this case, though, I'm going to go ahead and say that the type of person who believes in this kind of shiat also believes in alien abductions and the Loch Ness monster, ie: they need to make sure that they take their medication as prescribed.

Do people still claim to be abducted by aliens? I haven't heard that one in a while.


Apparently so.

Calvin Parker Jr. Says Pascagoula Abduction, Crab-Clawed Aliens, Changed Life
 
2013-10-28 12:48:07 PM

syberpud: nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?

They saw it in a move: "The Boys from Brazil".

/yes, not the same story, but similar.


I believe the original "Hitler escaped to Argentina" theories revolve around two U-boats that sailed to Argentina rather than surrender to the Allies.

The first was a Type IXC/40 boat, the U-530.   The second was a Type VIIC boat, the U-977.

Neither would have been ideal, as both were commanded by relatively "green" commanders, and in fact the U-977 was a *SMALL* submarine even by WWII standards.  The U-530 was a bit larger, but Hitler could have had either a Type IXD2 with the higher speed and longer range than the Type IXC (and of course, the Type VIIC), or he could have opted for one of the new Type XXI "electro-boots" that were just coming into service, and both the IXD2's and the XXI's were commanded by more experienced and senior commanders.
 
2013-10-28 12:49:22 PM
Possible sure:

Kameradenwerk Organisation der ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen The purpose of the ODESSA was to establish and facilitate secret escape routes, later known as ratlines, to allow SS members to avoid their capture and prosecution for war crimes. Most of those fleeing Germany and Austria were helped to South America and the Middle East.

Proof? Good luck.
 
2013-10-28 12:50:04 PM

dittybopper: syberpud: nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?

They saw it in a move: "The Boys from Brazil".

/yes, not the same story, but similar.

I believe the original "Hitler escaped to Argentina" theories revolve around two U-boats that sailed to Argentina rather than surrender to the Allies.

The first was a Type IXC/40 boat, the U-530.   The second was a Type VIIC boat, the U-977.

Neither would have been ideal, as both were commanded by relatively "green" commanders, and in fact the U-977 was a *SMALL* submarine even by WWII standards.  The U-530 was a bit larger, but Hitler could have had either a Type IXD2 with the higher speed and longer range than the Type IXC (and of course, the Type VIIC), or he could have opted for one of the new Type XXI "electro-boots" that were just coming into service, and both the IXD2's and the XXI's were commanded by more experienced and senior commanders.


I should hasten to point out that Hitler died in Berlin.  Irving Berlin. Heart attack from rough sex.

/Gay Hitler.
 
2013-10-28 12:51:49 PM
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2013-10-28 01:06:26 PM

naughtyrev: offmymeds: BKITU: nekom: Ok, that's an interesting theory you have there.  Your evidence in support of it is.... what exactly?

The intended suckers market does not require such mundane details as "evidence" or "facts" when plausibility, coupled with a strong desire to know a secret that the muggles would never believe, is a perfectly acceptable measure of truth. Furthermore, should the "evidence" or "facts" conflict with their cherished plausibility then that is a strong indication that the conspiracy is even deeper than previously suspected.

Hell...almost anything is possible. The question people should be asking themselves is what are the probabilities that this is what indeed happened. In this case, though, I'm going to go ahead and say that the type of person who believes in this kind of shiat also believes in alien abductions and the Loch Ness monster, ie: they need to make sure that they take their medication as prescribed.

Do people still claim to be abducted by aliens? I haven't heard that one in a while.


I think angel visits replaced alien abductions.

After that, the internet became widespread enough that people who had these psychotic breaks night terrors encounters just found their community of believers online to affirm what happened.
 
2013-10-28 01:16:53 PM
The Russians have Hilter's skull in an archive somewhere. He died in that bunker.
 
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