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Adolf Hitler, Sisters Taken from Parents' Home

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posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 06:39 PM
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Here's the latest: MSNBC

Highlights...

"Not sure when she will be able to see her kids again, Deborah decided to break a judge’s gag order and make a public plea for the return of her children...They belong home with their mother and father. They don’t belong out there in a stranger’s home," Campbell told NBC10’s Mike Strug Monday night."

"In an interview with the New York Times, The Campbell's landlord Larry Lippincot said he would hear the kids playing late into the night and that the family would often argue with a family member who "threatened to firebomb the house:"...Mr. Lippincott said he had decided — before the cake incident — not to renew the Campbells’ lease when it expired in November because, he said, a relative they frequently argue with threatened to “firebomb the house.”"

"Jeanne Coverdale, the kid’s aunt, offered an analogy to people who feel the names are in bad taste...What about tomorrow night when the President of the United States stands up and say, is forced to say, my name is Barack Hussein Obama. How’s that going to hit the world?” Coverdale said. "I'm saying the one with the middle name he has, was a terrorist.”"




posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 05:56 PM
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Originally posted by thomasblackraven

"Jeanne Coverdale, the kid’s aunt, offered an analogy to people who feel the names are in bad taste...What about tomorrow night when the President of the United States stands up and say, is forced to say, my name is Barack Hussein Obama. How’s that going to hit the world?” Coverdale said. "I'm saying the one with the middle name he has, was a terrorist.”"


That argument might hold some weight but for the following:


Because Hussein is a very common name in Bangladesh


How common is the name Adolf Hitler? How many people are currently named Adolf Hitler?

Then there's this

Barack Obama's middle name is in honor of his grandfather, Hussein, a secular resident of Nairobi.

So since she's comparing Obama's middle name to her son's, is she honoring Adolf Hitler by naming her child as Barack Obama was named?

And then there's more

Americans may think of Saddam Hussein when they hear the name, but that is like thinking of Stalin when you hear the name Joseph. There have been lots of Husseins in history, from the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad, a hero who touched the historian Gibbon, to King Hussein of Jordan, one of America's most steadfast allies in the 20th century.


So this is a very poor comparison to make.

She's whats known as a racist person who wants to honor a mass murdering psycho.



posted on Jan, 29 2009 @ 05:06 PM
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UN Convention On the Rights of the Child Treaty. B#$@th Clinton wants this passed. The Government will be allowed to change your childs name. Take your child for no reason, deny you the right to even send your child to time out, the medical community will have the authority to decide without your permission or consent, to remove a child from life's shores even to age one, if they deem the child unfit for society.

See parentalrights.org

WAKE UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



posted on Jan, 29 2009 @ 05:21 PM
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Theres a line everywhere though....This man is responsible for 6 million + deaths...why would you want to honor that by naming your child? Clearly there is something wrong with that parent...This is a bit much...That kid is most likely going to change his name unless his parents somehow convince him not to...

Its ridiculous. And offensive to the jewish race as well I'm sure.



posted on Jan, 29 2009 @ 06:23 PM
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I'm torn.

As much as I hate these neo-nazi types, these poor children would be much better off in the home of their parents than being raised bounced from foster home to foster home.



posted on Feb, 19 2009 @ 09:55 AM
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While I agree that under normal circumstances , growing up with your parents around is a bonus, that doesnt fly if the parents in question are nazi and therefore breeding thier kids to believe what the parents believe. Lets get this clear, not "liking" the nazis, or hating them , is NOT enough. The entire attitude of nazism needs eliminating from the face of existance. For ever. You dont achieve that by allowing adults to ruin the innocence of a child by teaching it how to hate.
This will also serve as a lesson to other people. You dont get to bring up children if you are a xenophobe. Personaly I think that nazis breathing the same air I do is enough of a godamn heresy , but they ought to be kept far far away from kids.
Hmmm .... chemical castration of the worlds Nationalists would be a great idea...



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