My photo of the town of Dachau
I created an updated version of this article which you can read by following the link below, after the comment section of this original article was filled with 166 mostly irrelevant user comments. The updated article includes some of the more relevant comments inside the article itself.
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The country of Germany, that once was, is now gone. The glory that was once Germany is gone, and it will never come back again. Germany is now full of non-Germans who commit crimes, and wreak havoc.
Over a million Jews have come back to Germany. The Jews are God’s Chosen People — everyone else is dog shit. The Jews can live wherever they want; they don’t have to live in their own country.
The Jews prefer Germany, where they can now lie, steal and cheat to their heart’s content.
I have just finished watching the full version of Leni Riefenstahl’s award-winning film, entitled Triumph of the Will, which is over an hour long. This is a PG film that is suitable for children to watch.
However, I must warn you that this film is extremely boring — how many goose-stepping German soldiers can you watch without being bored to death?
You can hear German people speaking Germany correctly, which I could never do. I cannot trill an R, the way that the Germans did back then.
One thing, that is very interesting in the movie, is that all the people in the movie are German, and none of them appear to be overweight; the men are all at least 6 ft tall and most of them have blond hair.
If you go to Germany now, you will see every race and nationality of people and these people are citizens of Germany. There are black Germans, Jewish Germans, and every other nationality of Germans. In other words, Germany is not Germany any more, and that is a pity.
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AS I mentioned above, I created an updated version of this article which you can read by following the link below, after the comment section of this original article was filled with 166 mostly irrelevant user comments.
The updated article includes some of the more relevant comments inside the article itself, where they can be more conveniently read by interested readers, who don’t want to read through 166 comments which mostly consist of hysterical ranting.