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Topic: Dick Dawkins: Was Hitler Right?
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hanson

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Re: Dick Dawkins: Was Hitler Right?
Posted: Nov 2, 2012 5:31 PM
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"Frederick Williams" <freddywilliams@btinternet.com> wrote:
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BroilJAB wrote:
"What's to prevent us from saying Adolf Hitler wasn't
right? I mean, that is a genuinely difficult question."
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"Frederick Williams" wrote:
Adolf Hitler is usually considered to have been as
far right as it is possible to be.
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hanson wrote:
Hitler, the leader/Fuehrer of the German
Nazional Socialistische Arbeiter Partei (NSDAP)
(National Socialist Workers Party) was, well, a
Socialist, ergo Left wing.
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Adolf & his cronies were as far Left as were their
Arch foes, the other Left wing German Marxist
International Workers Party, the Communists,
which were led by German Jews who sided with
the Russian Reds.
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Now after a century of bloodletting, world wide,
over the problem of how to redistribute wealth
and give the workers more money... ... officially
the Browns and the Red as supposed to be dead...
> ...
Sounds like today's slogan, that "Al Qaida is dead"
>
So much for politics and the goodness of mankind.
... ahahaha... ROTFLMAO... ahaha.. ahahahanson







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