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    Quote Originally Posted by zaangalewa View Post
    What do you suggest? Machine guns or nukes to wipe the dirty Christian breed from the planet, Nazi?

    I think you may be getting the wrong idea here.

    No Liberal is calling any one Nazi. That is reserved for the ignorant among us. As one whose family members fought to free those who Hitler imprisoned,I am here to tell you I never want to see a Nazi again!

    How ever we now have a breed that calls themselves Christian to further their vile hatred of anyone different.

    True Christians believe in inclusion of all. Each person is free to make their own choice. That is what my Country was founded on.

    Freedom Of Religion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGaffer View Post
    Religious fanaticism of any stripe cannot be tolerated.
    So why do you tolerate all the people, who glue on all and everything they don't like to understand a brown Swastika? Even Jews are called "Zionazis" today from all this antifascist=fascist fanatics, who replace knowledge with absurde ideas and the belief in god with god-denying political and ideological (anti-)propaganda. No one has a problem to see that Islamists are often only godless people - so why is it astonishing that not every antifascist is a real antifascists but sometimes a Nazi on its own? The worst fanatics call always all others fanatics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    I think you may be getting the wrong idea here.
    :lol:

    No Liberal
    Liberals are left wingers in your country. In my country liberals are right wingers.

    is calling any one Nazi.
    A good one. I'm a German. Most people in the english speaking world think German and Nazi is the same and the expressions "Jew" and "German" are excluding each other.

    That is reserved for the ignorant among us.
    That's the normal strategy in the English speaking world "If you don't like it, ignore it". I guess this has to do with the Paradigma "happiness" of the anglo-american culture.

    As one whose family members fought to free those who Hitler imprisoned,I am here to tell you I never want to see a Nazi again!
    This pathos shows that you don't know what you are speaking about. What do you know really, what your [great] grand parents did do in Germany and what and how they were thinking? Not a lot, isn't it?

    How ever we now have a breed that calls themselves Christian to further their vile hatred of anyone different.

    True Christians believe in inclusion of all.
    In what?

    Each person is free to make their own choice. That is what my Country was founded on.

    Freedom Of Religion!
    I would say first of all your country was founded of lots of people who had hunger. Also hunger for freedom and justice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGaffer View Post
    Ever read the KKK home page, it is all about being Christian.
    Christians don't burn crosses.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zaangalewa View Post
    :lol:



    Liberals are left wingers in your country. In my country liberals are right wingers.



    A good one. I'm a German. Most people in the english speaking world think German and Nazi is the same and the expressions "Jew" and "German" are excluding each other.



    That's the normal strategy in the English speaking world "If you don't like it, ignore it". I guess this has to do with the Paradigma "happiness" of the anglo-american culture.



    This pathos shows that you don't know what you are speaking about. What do you know really, what your [great] grand parents did do in Germany and what and how they were thinking? Not a lot, isn't it?



    In what?



    I would say first of all your country was founded of lots of people who had hunger. Also hunger for freedom and justice.

    Were you alive during WW 2? If not I think my grasp on reality of that time is better than yours.

    Considering my Father,whose parents came here from Hannover, worried that he might be killing his cousins while fighting there.

    The other was my Husband,an 18 year old was wounded on Normandy, but survived to go from there in Germany where yjey liberated the Concentraion camps! So do not tell me I do not know what I am talking about!

    I spent years of my childhood worrying that my Father would not come back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaangalewa View Post
    What do you suggest? Machine guns or nukes to wipe the dirty Christian breed from the planet, Nazi?

    This error in reasoning is called an Association Fallacy. Look it up, Mr. Mustelid, and pay careful attention to the part of the post where I mention "militant, socially conservative Christians." Does the Categorical Proposition, "all Christians" intersect with the Categorical Proposition, militant socially conservative Christians?

    You're a Catholic? This thread is about Christian Dominionists. Dominionist is a perverted form of Calvinism. Catholics have nothing to do with this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaangalewa View Post
    Christians don't burn crosses.

    The ones in the Ku Klux Klan do. You wouldn't know them. Our civil war was about twenty years before yours was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaangalewa View Post
    :lol:



    Liberals are left wingers in your country. In my country liberals are right wingers.



    A good one. I'm a German. Most people in the english speaking world think German and Nazi is the same and the expressions "Jew" and "German" are excluding each other.



    That's the normal strategy in the English speaking world "If you don't like it, ignore it". I guess this has to do with the Paradigma "happiness" of the anglo-american culture.



    This pathos shows that you don't know what you are speaking about. What do you know really, what your [great] grand parents did do in Germany and what and how they were thinking? Not a lot, isn't it?



    In what?



    I would say first of all your country was founded of lots of people who had hunger. Also hunger for freedom and justice.

    I have never once thought all Germans are Nazis. Have you looked up the Association Fallacy yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    Were you alive during WW 2?
    I was with 20 80. So I'm psychologically not sure about, and I'm also physically not sure, because l am destroyable since a minimum of 13.8 billion years.

    If not I think my grasp on reality of that time is better than yours.
    My mother for example was betrothed in world war 2. So she thought it's a good idea to visit her fiancé at the eastern front. The problem was the food for the journey. It was war - no one had enough to eat. Fortunately the plums were ripe. She baked some big baking tins plum pie. Problem solved. She sold a train ticket and was on her way to a little town in the East of Poland, where her fiancé was commandeered to stay. When she arrived she found out it was the wrong town. Another town - the right one - with the same name, was a few hundred miles far on another position of the front. The Wehrmacht (=army) transported her along the front line - what's a little funny because she was not an Aryan but a Jew in the definition of the Nazis. No one asked or cared about. When she arrived the soldiers gave a ball. It was a very nice dancing event. Unfortunately she found out that her betrothed had betrayed her with not only one Polish girl. That's why her ex-fiancé is not my father. ... More correct: She left this stupid front angry and later she had decided to forgive him if he asks her, but when he came back from the war and asked her, she had met my father some days before. My father had helped her lot - and when she spoke about him I knew she still loves him.

    Considering my Father,whose parents came here from Hannover, worried that he might be killing his cousins while fighting there.
    As well US-Americans and Germans were often not very motivated to shoot at each other. I know from German soldiers who said "The Americans make only war along the highways". They often watched them like Red Indians are doing. I guess the most US-Americans never understood how near their death was sometimes and decided not to kill them.

    The other was my Husband,an 18 year old was wounded on Normandy, but survived to go from there in Germany where yjey liberated the Concentraion camps!
    He liberated concentration camps in Germany? Which one? Emslandlager? Bergen-Belsen? Buchenwald? Flossenbürg? Dachau? Neuengamme? Niederhagen / Wewelsburg? Ravensbrück? Sachsenhausen?

    So do not tell me I do not know what I am talking about!
    My experience tells me who is using pathos knows not what he is speaking about.

    I spent years of my childhood worrying that my Father would not come back.
    From Germany? Why? That was a waste of fear. We are normally nice and friendly people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaangalewa View Post
    Christians don't burn crosses.

    That is the KKK, not Christians. And the White Nationals that Trump defends.

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