View Poll Results: Did the US adapt the methods, foreign policy and state power of NAZI Germany.

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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    Yes, it is not the America of our grandfathers.

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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus Zeebra View Post
    I hope you will. I dont want to be one of those who says ...
    The Sky Is Falling!! ... says Chicken Little.

    Originally Posted by creativedreams
    Many in Germany compare the U.S. to what they went through up until Hitler's regime.

    Many in Germany compare the U.S. 9/11 scheme to the Reichstag Scheme where the german government itself staged an attack on the Parliment building.....
    Besides being a blatent Appeal To Popularity and a logical fallacy... this isn't a conspiracy.

    Originally Posted by SE102
    The attitude of the average homogenized white american fellow (which is a stereotype i know) towards islam says something different to me.
    Perhaps you hang with a lot of bigots, because the attitude of the average homogenized white american fellow that I know is completely cool with Islam and the average Muslim. Hell, I talk to Muslims daily as do many other white people that I know.
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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus Zeebra View Post
    I dont hate America........
    With a ridiculous amount of condescending and hypocritical threads started that describe an exaggerated description of America and a burning American flag directly to the left of everyone of your posts.....your statement of "I don't hate America" is supposed to what? Fool somebody?

    Concern yourself with Europe. You have enough problems in Europe. Pretending that every American stumble equates to historical Europe's global tragedies is pathetic. So is assuming that you are some sort voice of conscience for Americans.

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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus Zeebra View Post
    I am talking about the US, especially since year 2000. I am talking about the methods of the Republican party.
    I am talking about things like justifications for going to war, the distortion and propaganda surrounding it. I am talking about the police state, and increased right of the government. I am talking about propaganda and brainwashing in general, I am talking about the agenda of the political class, I am talking about foreign policy.
    I am basically asking, did the US learn more FROM NAZI Germany, then BY(the bad example)..
    I'm not going to read thru the 11 page of this thread so if it has already been stated sorry but it needs to be re-stated question what ****ing Drug are you on Huh. Really so the Republican are now Nazi's Hmm interesting way to look at thing and you Sir are a Complete ******* but we won't hold that against you now will we.

    Here is a suggesting I dare you to walk up to your local Republican Official and tell him he is a Nazi make sure you video it so we can see you getting your arse handed to you.

    What a waste of ban width

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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus Zeebra View Post
    Same ****, just this time Europeans and Chinese have to stop Americans, like Americans stopped the Germans.
    And here it is. Exactly what I blasted you with. Some how, you are able to convince yourself that Germany's World War II era behavior of holocaust, ethnic cleansing, and dictatorship equates to something American has done. Is this where America's few stumbles with waterboarding is supposed to relieve Europe of it's history? Or how our brand of competition and capitalism, which made the western world rich and powerful beyond anything in history, is supposed to be the true source of people's misery (ignoring their own failed cultures of course)? Or how a some prisoners of war in Gitmo, who are fed, issued Qu'rans, and offerred lawyers, is supposed to nurse the European stigma of the German furnaces or the Russian Gulags?

    Europeans can't stop anybody from doing anything (proven over and over again) and China is one of the most oppressive nations on earth. But America needs to be saved from these two? Your hatreds, resentments, and jealousies are exactly what other Europeans on this thread deny exists in Europe.

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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion89 View Post
    ... what ****ing Drug are you on Huh.
    It's a little pink pill issued by the European Union.

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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    From this....

    Quote Originally Posted by SE102 View Post
    The attitude of the average homogenized white american fellow (which is a stereotype i know) towards islam says something different to me.
    To this....

    Quote Originally Posted by SE102 View Post
    Yes, it is not the America of our grandfathers.
    Today's attitude in America towards Islam comes no where near the attitude shared by Americans against the Japanese. I assume by "grandfathers" you meant to go back that far? There are two ways to see this I think...

    1) Today's typical American is more concerned with whether or not his true feeling make him a racist or a bigot. He will deny himself the ability to learn about the enemy or the civilization all in the name of politicial correctness or a sense of thinkning himself superior over others (but claiming he is not and that we are all equal).

    -OR-

    2) Giving the typical American the benefit of the doubt, he/she knows the difference between the enemy and the average Muslim (but won't go any further than that to truly look at the situation). He will state that while we do have a "global Islamic problem in this world today, the average Muslim is not the problem."

    But either way you go...there are no Muslim camps in America like there were Japanese camps. No rounding up of Muslims like there was for the Japanese. Hell, for fear of being labeled a Muslim hunter or some sort of unpoliticially correct anti-American monster by the masses, the U.S. Army allowed itself to get shot the hell up one of its bases a few weeks back, didn't it?

    Your opinion that this is not the "America of our grandfathers" is senseless. Meaning that its not really grounded in a historical sense of things. But the average person always falls into the trap of assuming his time period in history is the absolute worst or the very definition of all that evil must be attributed to somebody or some organization in the now.

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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    Perhaps you hang with a lot of bigots, because the attitude of the average homogenized white american fellow that I know is completely cool with Islam and the average Muslim. Hell, I talk to Muslims daily as do many other white people that I know.
    Its like the political status quo doesn't exist when you're the exception. That must be nice, Buddha. Anyways if you cared to read I was addressing the stereotype. And did you ever think that if you actually live in a place that has muslims that you don't fit into this category? I see burkas on a daily basis, so what...

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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    Quote Originally Posted by GySgt View Post
    From this....



    To this....



    Today's attitude in America towards Islam comes no where near the attitude shared by Americans against the Japanese. I assume by "grandfathers" you meant to go back that far? There are two ways to see this I think...

    1) Today's typical American is more concerned with whether or not his true feeling make him a racist or a bigot. He will deny himself the ability to learn about the enemy or the civilization all in the name of politicial correctness or a sense of thinkning himself superior over others (but claiming he is not and that we are all equal).

    -OR-

    2) Giving the typical American the benefit of the doubt, he/she knows the difference between the enemy and the average Muslim (but won't go any further than that to truly look at the situation). He will state that while we do have a "global Islamic problem in this world today, the average Muslim is not the problem."

    But either way you go...there are no Muslim camps in America like there were Japanese camps. No rounding up of Muslims like there was for the Japanese. Hell, for fear of being labeled a Muslim hunter or some sort of unpoliticially correct anti-American monster by the masses, the U.S. Army allowed itself to get shot the hell up one of its bases a few weeks back, didn't it?

    Your opinion that this is not the "America of our grandfathers" is senseless. Meaning that its not really grounded in a historical sense of things. But the average person always falls into the trap of assuming his time period in history is the absolute worst or the very definition of all that evil must be attributed to somebody or some organization in the now.
    I'm sorry, you're insight into the american political psyche of the common man is sounds to me like an insight into yourself. If such an attack had come from muslims in the 1940's (and 9/11 was endlessly compared to pearl harbor) I dont hold a doubt for a minute that muslims would be in camps. Considering the threat comes from within the civilian population, and constitutes attacks on civilians, I don't see how that connection passed you up. I hock it up to your dreamy wishful thinking about americans.

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    Re: Do you see any similarity with the US now(and past) to NAZI Germany?

    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus Zeebra View Post
    Same ****, just this time Europeans and Chinese have to stop Americans, like Americans stopped the Germans.
    Why would we want to stop America?

    Who knew that America would fight our wars and protect our continent from destruction and die beside us and we'd hate them for it?
    Especially as a mainland European Maximus where they have first hand account on America's helping hand in the war unlike us Britons, your rhetoric is truly saddening.

    MZ your lack of historical knowledge is where your hate has been formulated, and nobody should so much as read your ignorant posts because they are offensive and unfounded arguments.

    God bless America
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