Originally posted by Jakes51
Calling the US and Israel the new Nazis is quite a stretch and delusional at the very least. Have they made mistakes, yes of course! But I have yet to
see on the news wanton death, destruction, and carnage by both sides in whatever military adventure they are participating. Now, you know in any
conflict collateral damage is a given, and that is what I am seeing. However, I have not seen the mass murder by either side as was seen when the
Nazis were in power. So, when people claim the US and Israel are the new Nazis I find it somewhat misinformed and short-sighted. Yes, both have been
involved in unpopular wars, and civilians have died; but to go as far as to crop them with genocidal mass murderers is almost laughable. However, if
you feel that way to each their own I guess?
I understand your perception on US wars, but you still need to research more about WWII and German war tactics. Because, you say "I have not seen the
mass murder" - I agree, I haven't seen either, but neither did Germans in WWII. If you just start with Wikipedia, you will find out how delusional,
brainwashed and hypnotized Germans were by the Nazi party. They knew nothing about the death camps, nothing about false flag operations, nothing about
Munich agreement, in fact most were pretty ignorant and uneducated on just about everything except how to make and use a gun. Even today there are
groups denying most crimes including the holocaust. When first films about death camps were published by the Russians, US considered it Communist
propaganda and dismissed everything, until they've seen a few themselves. You must understand that back then, German forces were not considered
Satanic as they are now, not by far – otherwise, they would not have as much allies, WWII was not just about evil “the Nazi” doing evil
Calling German army genocidal mass murderers was also laughable 70 years ago. I mean, a random German would probably punch you in the face if you told
him how Germans kill people with pesticides. People thought Jews were simply moved to another, better place, and that the army was spreading order,
peace and justice. Jews had their rights slowly stripped away, and that's not the first time in history. However no one thought they'll end up
incinerated in death factories. The sign on the Auschwitz camp doesn’t say “Hi, we torture and then incinerate people here, cuz we’re evil”,
it says “Work makes you free”. Most death camps had well maintained and great looking parks with fountains and singing birds with nice looking
recreational buildings, the only catch was that first bath in there is your last. The entire point of a death camp is that nobody ever leaves, so that
nobody ever tells about it.
Why do U.S. tactics resemble those of WWII Germany? Well, because similarities exist in Gleiwitz incident, Munich agreement, demonization of a major
religion and communism, greatest by far military force in the world, fastest developing military technology, military operations across the world and
having special military branch for domestic-only operations, poor education system, promotion of eugenics, establishment of a world order and probably
more. Now, there’s no nation of saints, I know that, but Nazy-America isn’t just some randomly generated scam – from very educated folk, to
people in rural parts of the world generate such ideas.
If I myself had to chose between Saddam, Hitler, Stalin, British Crown or U.S. I’d choose the last one, but sadly, I think all of them were/are
minions of the Crown and inter-related, but that’s another story.
So not to brag any more, I cannot stress enough how important is not to dismiss accusations because you haven't seen it yourself.
you’re busy pouring acid on someone’s face and see a hideous monster passing by, feeling better about your own self makes things even worse for
the one you’re busy torturing.