The font choice is unfortunate
when you talk in Scribbles , you write in scribbles . right ?
so ,, if a person cannot order their desires for their product in scribbles ,,
they cannot expect scribblers to get it correct .
ya gotta learn to scribble .
(07-26-2017, 06:25 PM)Adde Wrote: https://twitter.com/hurlarious/status/88...4749559808
The font choice is unfortunate
And someone at the company said okay, let's sell them like this and hope nobody notices.
Time to free the mind of political programming.
The bitter fact, as far as I can tell - and every hour
of further research seems to verify the conclusion -
is that none of the WWII empires represented
anything less evil than the others.
How did British colonial subjects fare?
How were black people treated in the USA?
How was life in Bolshevik Russia?
How come the U.S., France, Britain, Sweden etc etc
all were heavily into eugenics etc long before anyone
even dreamt of founding the NSDAP?
Why was the number "6 000 000" in heavy media use
loooong before the NSDAP saw the light of day..?
Didn't you hear criminal psychopath Mr W Churchill's
speech about how the struggle is about defeating the
German nation - not the "nazis"..? See his actions?
How come Germany only built small bombers, effective
against military targets, not civilian urban sprawl..?
Etc, etc, etc.
Not that I like insane Prussian ultra-militarism either.
Guess I would've been among the first to see Buchenwald
from the inside, but I wouldn't have minded fighting
World Communism at bloody all.
Crazy imperialists, the bunch of them.
The whole damned point was to have European farm and
city boys kill off European farm and city boys. And lay the
stable foundation of modern unassailable Political Correctness
and "multiculture". I find it harder and harder to analyze 20th C
history with any other result. Wish it weren't so, but...
I will, however, throw a few thoughts out there and the bosses are free to remove them if they feel it might cause issues.
After WWI the eastern most part of Germany was given to Poland. Pre WWII the Germans still in that area were being brutalized and murdered by the Pols. Germany could get not assistance so they went in. That was the famous invasion that kicked off WWII. Did your teachers ever tell you that Germany only went as far as their former border? I bet you were led to believe that they stormed the entire country. Nope. The rest of Poland was actually invaded by Russia. How strange, then, that Britain and France only declared war on Germany.
Russia then invaded five more countries (parts of Finland along with Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and parts of Romania) while Germany was busy sending offers for peace to the "Allies". In fact, they sent 26 peace offers all of which were dismissed. Germany did not want war. Even after the war began and Germany routed the French and British militaries they continued to offer peace.
In short order they had them pushed into Dunkirk.
Historians would have you believe that even though Germany had stormed through the Allied forces in short order that about 15,000 men were able to hold off the Germans while all of the Allied forces were evacuated.
Did you know they were evacuated on private vessels because their naval fleets had been decimated? So the German navy, which had destroyed the mighty British navy couldn't stop some private ships and the miracle of Dunkirk happened?
Not hardly. They escaped because Hitler stopped the attack. He still did not want war.
Ask yourself why Roosevelt, Chamberlain and Churchill wanted war so badly.
What one thing did Hitler do that no one else had ever dared to do?
I will leave it at that. It's just a little food for thought. Remember, the winners write the history book.
What's a Gitler?
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