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17 Nov 2019, 4:44 am

Though arguably, the Soviet Communists and the Chinese Communists carried out many, many of the very same types of military atrocities and crimes against Humanity that the German National Socialists did; if there is one thing that Hitler did that neither Stalin nor Mao Zedong would have ever dared, it was to preside over the air raid of London England. The Blitz, as it was called, was the most significant event in all of history, besides the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

After all, America-- much like Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Great Britain itself (England to be more precise)-- is one of the Anglo Saxon Nations. As such, Americans place more value on the lives of their fellow Anglo Saxons, in this case the English, than they do on either the Ukrainians or the Tibetans, favorite targets of the Stalinists and Maoists respectively. I suppose, it is not a matter how how many a dictator kills, but rather whom they kill.

I link this, in my mind, with the Anglo Saxonism of the late 19th, and early 20th Centuries. After all, it did fuel the Eugenics movement. And, the Ku Klux Klan made much out of the fact that Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, and most of the top Nazi leadership were born into Roman Catholic families, after all.



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17 Nov 2019, 5:30 am

You are using pretzel logic, and on top of that, you are using sarcasm to express your pretzel logic , making youre post doubly convoluted, and into a Gordian knot, too tangled for us readers to figure out what youre point is.

I will try to take a stab at figuring out what your point is in a moment, but first I need you explain this part to me:

Apparently you are a Brit, a Roman Catholic, and maybe you like Hitler? .
Or...are you a Brit who likes one, and not the other(Catholicism or Hitler)?

From your whole post history its confusing as to where youre coming from.

Are you upset that Hitler is connected to Catholicism?
Or...are you upset about Catholicism being associated (by some) with Hitler?

In your head: Is it Hitler being smeared? Or is it Catholicism being smeared?



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17 Nov 2019, 5:38 am

naturalplastic wrote:
You are using pretzel logic, and on top of that, you are using sarcasm to express your pretzel logic , making youre post doubly convoluted, and into a Gordian knot, too tangled for us readers to figure out what youre point is.

I will try to take a stab at figuring out what your point is in a moment, but first I need you explain this part to me:

Apparently you are a Brit, a Roman Catholic, and maybe you like Hitler? .
Or...are you a Brit who likes one, and not the other(Catholicism or Hitler)?

From your whole post history its confusing as to where youre coming from.

Are you upset that Hitler is connected to Catholicism?
Or...are you upset about Catholicism being associated (by some) with Hitler?

In your head: Is it Hitler being smeared? Or is it Catholicism being smeared?


Glad you asked. For years, I have been puzzled by the fact that although the Communists did many of the very same types of things the Nazis did; Americans never quite hate and vilify Communists quite as much as Communists hate and vilify Nazis. Really puzzled me, for years: since Communists, much like Nazis, love to send their victims to Prison Camps to to be tortured, butchered, and worked to death in the most hideous ways one can envision. Soviet Communists even anticipated the Nazis, by sending their victims to their Prison Camps via wooden cattle cars. It all seemed an annoying and puzzling double standard. And I wondered: why this doublestandard?



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19 Nov 2019, 3:16 am

Catholicism is a very interesting religion. Crude anti-Semites go off about how this or that Bolshevik was born into the Jewish faith, but overlook the fact that many Fascists, including top ranking Nazis like Hitler and Himmler, were born into the Roman Catholic faith. Could it be, behind the Bolshevik-Fascist conflict, there was the age old war of Jew against Catholic? I wonder!



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19 Nov 2019, 7:05 am

I'm confused; do people overlook the connection between the Nazis and the Catholic Church? The SS had "Gott Mit Uns" engraved on their belt buckles. One of the first things the NSDAP did once they got into power was turning over control of education in Germany to the Catholic Church.


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