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2020-07-11 7:32:20 PM  
That's it in a nutshell, thousands of brown kids in cages and a literal Nazi burglar walks free for ten years.
 
2020-07-11 8:55:20 PM  
A Soviet Nazi. Huh.
 
2020-07-11 9:06:07 PM  
Nazis.
The armed forces of the United States of America were in the Nazi killing business.
Wonder what changed?
They've got a Nazi commander in chief now?
 
2020-07-11 11:16:47 PM  
For TEN years:

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2020-07-12 1:21:10 AM  
I wonder what made him different from all the other deportations to allow him to overstay for so long...

Can't put a finger on it.
 
2020-07-12 1:24:54 AM  
Are we finished building the wall yet?  When we're done, it should keep guys like this out.
 
2020-07-12 1:25:10 AM  

Cake Hunter: A Soviet Nazi. Huh.


More specifically, a Slavic nazi.
 
2020-07-12 1:28:20 AM  
LOCK HIM UP!
 
2020-07-12 1:28:37 AM  
Exhibit A for anyone who claims we don't have a race problem in this country.
 
2020-07-12 1:31:32 AM  

Summoner101: I wonder what made him different from all the other deportations to allow him to overstay for so long...

Can't put a finger on it.


Probably because he's technically from a country that doesn't exist. I had a friend in high school who was born in a country that doesn't exist anymore, and pretty much anything she does requiring a birth certificate is a nightmare.

But being white totally helps.
 
2020-07-12 1:40:29 AM  

NM Volunteer: Cake Hunter: A Soviet Nazi. Huh.

More specifically, a Slavic nazi.


Nyet, comrade. There are no Nazis in mother Russia. Please to read unfake news on Putin.ru about real Nazis in Ukraine.

/Melania is very sexy, no?
 
2020-07-12 1:40:58 AM  

Cake Hunter: A Soviet Nazi. Huh.


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2020-07-12 1:41:45 AM  

NM Volunteer: Cake Hunter: A Soviet Nazi. Huh.

More specifically, a Slavic nazi.


Stalinist communism was unimaginably horrible.

"How horrible was it???"

It was so horrible that no small number of people that the Nazis overran on the eastern front in the early days were thankful to be "liberated." Yes, by the Nazis.
 
2020-07-12 1:49:09 AM  

erik-k: Stalinist communism was unimaginably horrible.

"How horrible was it???"

It was so horrible that no small number of people that the Nazis overran on the eastern front in the early days were thankful to be "liberated." Yes, by the Nazis.


"Thank God, the nightmare is finally over." Imagine how they felt soon afterwards. Things ALWAYS can get worse.
 
2020-07-12 1:52:10 AM  

erik-k: NM Volunteer: Cake Hunter: A Soviet Nazi. Huh.

More specifically, a Slavic nazi.

Stalinist communism was unimaginably horrible.

"How horrible was it???"

It was so horrible that no small number of people that the Nazis overran on the eastern front in the early days were thankful to be "liberated." Yes, by the Nazis.


Only because nobody told them about the Hunger Plan.
 
2020-07-12 2:05:14 AM  

Cake Hunter: A Soviet Nazi. Huh.


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2020-07-12 2:30:17 AM  

Klyukva: erik-k: Stalinist communism was unimaginably horrible.

"How horrible was it???"

It was so horrible that no small number of people that the Nazis overran on the eastern front in the early days were thankful to be "liberated." Yes, by the Nazis.

"Thank God, the nightmare is finally over." Imagine how they felt soon afterwards. Things ALWAYS can get worse.


Einsatzgruppen  was specifically created as a forward team to scout out the Eastern/Soviet countries and determine among other things, how likely would the people and the leaders in those countries and cities respond to Nazi propaganda. They were quite surprised at how many people in places like Belarus, Yugoslavia, Ukraine, Czechoslovakia, Poland, responded positively to the Germans taking over their countries. And how responsive they were to eradicating their Jewish populations.

They were all traditionally Christian countries, and after the Communist Revolution, practice of religion was, if not eliminated, severely restricted. They saw the Germans as religious liberators, and defenders of the Christian faith. And of course anti-semitism has been a mainstay of Europe for centuries. And for a lot of those countries, life under Nazi occupation probably was better than life as a Soviet satellite, unless you were Jewish, or disagreed with the Nazi's. But yes, there are reasons that quite a few countries weren't invaded, but willingly went with the Germans when they arrived.
 
2020-07-12 2:39:49 AM  

Vern: Klyukva: erik-k: Stalinist communism was unimaginably horrible.

"How horrible was it???"

It was so horrible that no small number of people that the Nazis overran on the eastern front in the early days were thankful to be "liberated." Yes, by the Nazis.

"Thank God, the nightmare is finally over." Imagine how they felt soon afterwards. Things ALWAYS can get worse.

Einsatzgruppen  was specifically created as a forward team to scout out the Eastern/Soviet countries and determine among other things, how likely would the people and the leaders in those countries and cities respond to Nazi propaganda. They were quite surprised at how many people in places like Belarus, Yugoslavia, Ukraine, Czechoslovakia, Poland, responded positively to the Germans taking over their countries. And how responsive they were to eradicating their Jewish populations.

They were all traditionally Christian countries, and after the Communist Revolution, practice of religion was, if not eliminated, severely restricted. They saw the Germans as religious liberators, and defenders of the Christian faith. And of course anti-semitism has been a mainstay of Europe for centuries.


The principally Jewish leadership of the Cheka and NKVD probably didn't do anything to diminish those feelings.
 
2020-07-12 2:40:51 AM  

Summoner101: I wonder what made him different from all the other deportations to allow him to overstay for so long...

Can't put a finger on it.


Western countries generally don't deport people without papers, and that's why said papers are usually missing and their true nationality is unknown. If the US actually wanted to deport everyone there's at least 10 million people here illegally and you'd be silly to suggest a large number are white.
 
2020-07-12 2:45:51 AM  

Vern: Klyukva: erik-k: Stalinist communism was unimaginably horrible.

"How horrible was it???"

It was so horrible that no small number of people that the Nazis overran on the eastern front in the early days were thankful to be "liberated." Yes, by the Nazis.

"Thank God, the nightmare is finally over." Imagine how they felt soon afterwards. Things ALWAYS can get worse.

Einsatzgruppen  was specifically created as a forward team to scout out the Eastern/Soviet countries and determine among other things, how likely would the people and the leaders in those countries and cities respond to Nazi propaganda. They were quite surprised at how many people in places like Belarus, Yugoslavia, Ukraine, Czechoslovakia, Poland, responded positively to the Germans taking over their countries. And how responsive they were to eradicating their Jewish populations.

They were all traditionally Christian countries, and after the Communist Revolution, practice of religion was, if not eliminated, severely restricted. They saw the Germans as religious liberators, and defenders of the Christian faith. And of course anti-semitism has been a mainstay of Europe for centuries. And for a lot of those countries, life under Nazi occupation probably was better than life as a Soviet satellite, unless you were Jewish, or disagreed with the Nazi's. But yes, there are reasons that quite a few countries weren't invaded, but willingly went with the Germans when they arrived.


The main problems with your post is that (a) Poland and Czechoslovakia were democracies not associated with the Soviet Union before the war, (b) Yugoslavia was a freaking kingdom with a king and everything before the war, and (c) the Einsatzgruppen were formed solely to kill civilians, no propaganda stuff involved, just mass killings.  If you were to say that the Germans were effective in playing ethnic groups off of each other (like the Russian/Ukrainian hatred of Jews, the racial enmity found throughout the Balkans that was leftover from the Ottoman disregard for nationality, etc etc), then you would be correct.  But the Einsatzgruppen were not involved at all with that.
 
2020-07-12 2:47:14 AM  
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2020-07-12 3:04:15 AM  

God-is-a-Taco: Summoner101: I wonder what made him different from all the other deportations to allow him to overstay for so long...

Can't put a finger on it.

Western countries generally don't deport people without papers, and that's why said papers are usually missing and their true nationality is unknown. If the US actually wanted to deport everyone there's at least 10 million people here illegally and you'd be silly to suggest a large number are white.


Please do google how many central or South America people got deported to countries that weren't theirs.

/I'm not pro illegal immigration for the record
 
2020-07-12 3:05:19 AM  

NM Volunteer: Vern: Klyukva: erik-k: Stalinist communism was unimaginably horrible.

"How horrible was it???"

It was so horrible that no small number of people that the Nazis overran on the eastern front in the early days were thankful to be "liberated." Yes, by the Nazis.

"Thank God, the nightmare is finally over." Imagine how they felt soon afterwards. Things ALWAYS can get worse.

Einsatzgruppen  was specifically created as a forward team to scout out the Eastern/Soviet countries and determine among other things, how likely would the people and the leaders in those countries and cities respond to Nazi propaganda. They were quite surprised at how many people in places like Belarus, Yugoslavia, Ukraine, Czechoslovakia, Poland, responded positively to the Germans taking over their countries. And how responsive they were to eradicating their Jewish populations.

They were all traditionally Christian countries, and after the Communist Revolution, practice of religion was, if not eliminated, severely restricted. They saw the Germans as religious liberators, and defenders of the Christian faith. And of course anti-semitism has been a mainstay of Europe for centuries. And for a lot of those countries, life under Nazi occupation probably was better than life as a Soviet satellite, unless you were Jewish, or disagreed with the Nazi's. But yes, there are reasons that quite a few countries weren't invaded, but willingly went with the Germans when they arrived.

The main problems with your post is that (a) Poland and Czechoslovakia were democracies not associated with the Soviet Union before the war, (b) Yugoslavia was a freaking kingdom with a king and everything before the war, and (c) the Einsatzgruppen were formed solely to kill civilians, no propaganda stuff involved, just mass killings.  If you were to say that the Germans were effective in playing ethnic groups off of each other (like the Russian/Ukrainian hatred of Jews, the racial enmity found throughout the Balkans that was leftover from the Ottoman disregard for nationality, etc etc), then you would be correct.  But the Einsatzgruppen were not involved at all with that.


Can you say more about the "ottoman disregard for nationality"?
I'm intrigued.
 
2020-07-12 3:06:09 AM  
Meanwhile during the BUILD THE WALL! and cagin' babies heydays people with papers were held in detention with for days or weeks without any charges but 1st Degree Being Brown.
 
2020-07-12 3:09:49 AM  

Resident Muslim: God-is-a-Taco: Summoner101: I wonder what made him different from all the other deportations to allow him to overstay for so long...

Can't put a finger on it.

Western countries generally don't deport people without papers, and that's why said papers are usually missing and their true nationality is unknown. If the US actually wanted to deport everyone there's at least 10 million people here illegally and you'd be silly to suggest a large number are white.

Please do google how many central or South America people got deported to countries that weren't theirs.

/I'm not pro illegal immigration for the record


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2020-07-12 3:10:41 AM  

Almea Tarrant: cagin' babies


That sounds awful. America has to elect Biden so nothing like that happens again.

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2020-07-12 3:15:59 AM  

Klyukva: Almea Tarrant: cagin' babies

That sounds awful. America has to elect Biden so nothing like that happens again.

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That is weak. That is some weak sauce. Do not bring that sauce to the County COVID Fair because it is weak.
 
2020-07-12 4:05:36 AM  
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Never. farking. Forget.
 
2020-07-12 4:13:25 AM  
Nazi Oleg: Cultural Learnings make dubious benefit GLORIOUS! former soviet republic of Khazakstan!

From what I have read he would probably fit in back in homeland just fine, though.
 
2020-07-12 5:38:52 AM  

Cake Hunter: A Soviet Nazi. Huh.


Sort of explains why he wanted to move away from Russia and live in the US instead.
 
2020-07-12 5:55:17 AM  

vudukungfu: Nazis.
The armed forces of the United States of America were in the Nazi killing business.
Wonder what changed?
They've got a Nazi commander in chief now?


They went to kill Nazis because they were ordered to.
They got back from killing Nazis feeling high and morally superior.
Some thought they lost what they had and couldn't return to a normal life.
Those guys joined motor clubs and police forces, and raised their sons to think like them.
Every one of them kept the morally superior attitude and shifted their crosshairs to some other target.
 
2020-07-12 7:33:33 AM  
What do you expect? We have a President who specifically rents hotel rooms to the wives and girlfriends of guys like this so they can have anchor babies here, and create new white citizens who will grow up to be RW thugs.
 
2020-07-12 7:36:00 AM  

Butlord: vudukungfu: Nazis.
The armed forces of the United States of America were in the Nazi killing business.
Wonder what changed?
They've got a Nazi commander in chief now?

They went to kill Nazis because they were ordered to.
They got back from killing Nazis feeling high and morally superior.
Some thought they lost what they had and couldn't return to a normal life.
Those guys joined motor clubs and police forces, and raised their sons to think like them.
Every one of them kept the morally superior attitude and shifted their crosshairs to some other target.


I should not feel morally superior to Nazis?

The only thing I feel is that they should not live.
 
2020-07-12 7:41:55 AM  

Summoner101: I wonder what made him different from all the other deportations to allow him to overstay for so long...

Can't put a finger on it.


Obama?
 
2020-07-12 7:58:01 AM  
Oleg Saranchuk and six other men were arrested on July 4 after they were accused of yelling racial slurs and made a Nazi salute at a Black family at a Lincoln City beach,

Along with Saranchuk, the others arrested include: Gennadiy Kachankov, 30; Antoliy Kachankov, 28; Andrey Zaytsev, 28; Andrey I. Leonchik, 41; and Ruslan Tkachenko, 22. Yuriy Kachankov, 30, was also charged with resisting arrest.


I see the untermenschen have forgotten their history.
 
2020-07-12 8:26:20 AM  
Out of curiosity, could someone please explain what "offensive littering" is, please?

Also, dude is a pos.
 
2020-07-12 8:49:32 AM  
Meh ascribing them a modern ethos seems a little pointless. Call them what they are racist euro trash and deport the lot of them.
 
2020-07-12 9:27:29 AM  
How do you say "bad hombre" in russian?
 
2020-07-12 9:49:48 AM  

Kiribub: Out of curiosity, coul


Well, take a look at these 27 eight by ten color glossy photographs with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one, explaining what each one was, to be used as evidence against us...
 
2020-07-12 9:50:28 AM  
Anyone seen a half a quoted sentence around here somewhere?
 
2020-07-12 9:55:41 AM  

Summoner101: I wonder what made him different from all the other deportations to allow him to overstay for so long...

Can't put a finger on it.


He stayed in a sanctuary city?
 
2020-07-12 10:42:36 AM  

Resident Muslim: NM Volunteer: Vern: Klyukva: erik-k: Stalinist communism was unimaginably horrible.

"How horrible was it???"

It was so horrible that no small number of people that the Nazis overran on the eastern front in the early days were thankful to be "liberated." Yes, by the Nazis.

"Thank God, the nightmare is finally over." Imagine how they felt soon afterwards. Things ALWAYS can get worse.

Einsatzgruppen  was specifically created as a forward team to scout out the Eastern/Soviet countries and determine among other things, how likely would the people and the leaders in those countries and cities respond to Nazi propaganda. They were quite surprised at how many people in places like Belarus, Yugoslavia, Ukraine, Czechoslovakia, Poland, responded positively to the Germans taking over their countries. And how responsive they were to eradicating their Jewish populations.

They were all traditionally Christian countries, and after the Communist Revolution, practice of religion was, if not eliminated, severely restricted. They saw the Germans as religious liberators, and defenders of the Christian faith. And of course anti-semitism has been a mainstay of Europe for centuries. And for a lot of those countries, life under Nazi occupation probably was better than life as a Soviet satellite, unless you were Jewish, or disagreed with the Nazi's. But yes, there are reasons that quite a few countries weren't invaded, but willingly went with the Germans when they arrived.

The main problems with your post is that (a) Poland and Czechoslovakia were democracies not associated with the Soviet Union before the war, (b) Yugoslavia was a freaking kingdom with a king and everything before the war, and (c) the Einsatzgruppen were formed solely to kill civilians, no propaganda stuff involved, just mass killings.  If you were to say that the Germans were effective in playing ethnic groups off of each other (like the Russian/Ukrainian hatred of Jews, the racial enmity found throughout the Balkan ...


"disregard" might not be the best word, but it was the word that I thought suited the pre-1875 situation in the Balkans, where the various Slavic groups were so thoroughly mixed genetically and scattered geographically that the only real difference between a Serb and a Bosniak was based on religion.  And the Ottomans showing favoritism based on whether a person or a village was Christian or Muslim.
 
2020-07-12 10:53:23 AM  
Wolverines!
 
2020-07-12 12:38:23 PM  

Vern: Klyukva: erik-k: Stalinist communism was unimaginably horrible.

"How horrible was it???"

It was so horrible that no small number of people that the Nazis overran on the eastern front in the early days were thankful to be "liberated." Yes, by the Nazis.

"Thank God, the nightmare is finally over." Imagine how they felt soon afterwards. Things ALWAYS can get worse.

Einsatzgruppen  was specifically created as a forward team to scout out the Eastern/Soviet countries and determine among other things, how likely would the people and the leaders in those countries and cities respond to Nazi propaganda. They were quite surprised at how many people in places like Belarus, Yugoslavia, Ukraine, Czechoslovakia, Poland, responded positively to the Germans taking over their countries. And how responsive they were to eradicating their Jewish populations.

They were all traditionally Christian countries, and after the Communist Revolution, practice of religion was, if not eliminated, severely restricted. They saw the Germans as religious liberators, and defenders of the Christian faith. And of course anti-semitism has been a mainstay of Europe for centuries. And for a lot of those countries, life under Nazi occupation probably was better than life as a Soviet satellite, unless you were Jewish, or disagreed with the Nazi's. But yes, there are reasons that quite a few countries weren't invaded, but willingly went with the Germans when they arrived.


Gross oversimplification and Jesus-washing. Here's one big reason why some Slavic countries, take Ukraine for instance, hated the Soviets: Because Stalin and Lenin confiscated all of Ukraine's wheat during the 1930s and starved five million people. They murdered and Gulaged their way through most other Slavic republics, leaving only ethnic Russians and Stalin loyalists alive.
 
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