posted on Aug, 24 2009 @ 09:23 PM
Originally posted by Pathos
Yes. Its called symbolism. Unites States got their symbolism from the Roman Empire. Pantheon, Eagle, etc... They did not get it from Germany. I should
know. I wrote a thesis on the issue.
Everything you see in the United States was created using Rome style architecture and symbolism. Rome is considered the first republic to exist, so we
applied their lifestyle to the United States.
We are considered to be the Eastern version of Rome. Its not by chance but by design.
"To the Republic for which it stands..."
[edit on 24-8-2009 by Pathos]
Funny thing is... so was the Nazi Germany symbolism... inspired on the romans... cool isnt it? The greatest empire that ever was... and that every
super power wants to be... a modern rome, the absolute power and grandeur of Rome in all its glory.
Now for the pictures, I absolutely love them. I'm sorry if it hurts some more "sensitive" ppl, but by the pictures you can easily say that anyone
who witnessed that "live" HAD to become a nazi... you can feel the power, the pride and the strength through pictures... imagine being there and
feel it,... you cant blame anyone, it was IMMENSE.
Oh btw... and the guy that said "hitler was different than stalin or mao or pol pot because they only slaughtered their own ppl and didnt wage a war
of conquest"... seriously... lol, this was prolly the most STUPID THING I heard on ATS... so basically, as long as you only slaughter your OWN and
dont wage a war of conquest against others, makes it better?
Man that was sick lol... seriously... go wash your mouth and meanwhile see if you dont skip your medication...
And yes... what stalin did and what mao did... make hitler look like a school boy...
In the end I just think he wanted the best for his country... that he actually LIVED by the rules he demanded, leading by example. He trully wanted
the best for germany. How many "white colar peace politians" want that these days?
Not all "hitler" was bad...
[edit on 24-8-2009 by FraternitasSaturni]