reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
Aloysius the Gaul...
why oh why, do you always have to be one of ATS's more negative elements? What is your true agenda? We have a remarkable community here even if we
have the few who LOVE to rain on the parade.
Please don't take this the wrong way, but how can someone who is (in truth) ignorant of many facts, be soooo arrogant and rude?
How on earth can you be sooo sure, that you KNOW the truth about Geo-engineering, as well as the spawn of Adolf Hitler? Or are you just a naturally,
negative, cocky individual?
I really am hoping that you don't take offence, (although something tells me you don't appreciate constructive criticism) however, do you understand
the meaning of the word 'Humility?' of 'Debate?' of 'Curtesy?' As I constantly encounter your often acidic but generally 'sceptical' remarks, it is
ZERO surprise, that ones 'Mood' is Doubtful
So to rewind... you mention, 'The Telegraph' . . . that mighty bastion of crazy conspiracy theories, as if they are the only outlet of the story.
Is 'Time' magazine also to be ridiculed?
Is the 'Daily Mail' a Nazi sympathy hot-spot?
Last month Alan Wilkes, the son of Royal Engineer Leonard Wilkes, one of the first soldiers to land on the Normandy beaches on D-Day, released
an entry from his father’s diary that appeared to corroborate Jean-Marie’s assertion that he was Hitler’s illegitimate son.
On September 30, 1944, Leonard wrote: ‘An interesting day today. Visited the house where Hitler stayed as a corporal in the last war, saw the woman
who had a baby by him and she told us that the baby, a son, was now fighting in the French army against the Germans.’
I could give you a thousand articles in French but despite your name, I don't believe that you would understand the language, but let's see. . .
Toutes aboutissent à la même conclusion. Jean-Marie Loret est sans doute le fils d'Adolf Hitler. Des photos plaident également pour
cette thèse, tant il y a un "air de famille" entre les deux hommes..
Please note the, 'sans doute' (without doubt).
I don't KNOW how many kids Adolf Hitler had, but NEITHER do you. It is alleged he had further two daughters too, but that is off topic.
Neither of us KNOW whether Angela Merkel is the daughter of Hitler...
To me, she does 'look' (and certainly 'acts') the part, and considering there is no real evidence that Hitler died even anywhere near Berlin, let
alone anywhere near 1945, perhaps we should not be so quick to dismiss the possibility?
Please don't tell me you KNOW Hitler died in a bunker Berlin?
So I beg you, for the benefit of the entire ATS community, let those who are new to this 'revelation' take the time to expand upon the debate and
decide for themselves, before you shout them down... again.
edit on 23-3-2013 by AuntieChrist because: (no reason given)