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Nurenig

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#1 10 years ago

I was watching a video on Youtube today, One of those crazy editors who take real footage then add music & say its evidence for a one world government. What was interesting was the fact that it took footage from a interview with a American Journalist John Buchanan (Read The Wiki About Him :P ) where he states that the Bush Family wealth came from dealing with the Nazi's in WW2. Source 1: John Buchanan (American politician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Source 2: YouTube - bush prescott nazi connection Anyhow is this bullshit or true. I would find it funny if americans elected a family who dealt with the Nazi's & made there money from dealing with the Nazi's to 3 terms of leadership.




[130pz.]Kading

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#2 10 years ago

not realy, its a proud american tradition of hipocracy relating to the nazis. Henry Ford sold trucks to the nazis durring their rise to power and walt disney was a vicious anti semite. in addition, the Kennedy family can trace a signifigant ammount of their wealth to illegal alcohol smuggling durring the prohibition years. even today, there are strong holdouts of ignorance in the land of the free. for instance, i recently bought a pair of confederate flag swim trunks as a laugh. what i didnt notice was that they were made by Calhoun Sportswear, named after a man who ran for president on segragationalist policies (thankfully, he lost). but i wouldnt put too much thought into what buchanan says, he's kind of a political joke here in the united states.




Flyboy1942

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#3 10 years ago

I might add that BOTH the US and Germany were actively researching "eugenics" in the 1920's. Actually at one point US scientists considered German scientists to be ahead in this field, and were trying to catch up. Luckly, the US never got to full blown gas chambers.

In any case, the past of all countries are riddled with embarrassments and mistakes. We can really only learn from them like all the childrens' stories tell us. :p




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#4 10 years ago

what is eugenics




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#5 10 years ago

Nurenig;4566762what is eugenics[/quote]

The idea that mankind can control its own evolution by eliminating the weaker members of society (those with hereditary diseases for example).

[quote='[130pz.]Kading;4566742'] i recently bought a pair of confederate flag swim trunks as a laugh. what i didnt notice was that they were made by Calhoun Sportswear, named after a man who ran for president on segragationalist policies (thankfully, he lost).

Funny, most Confederate flags that I see have MADE IN CHINA stamped on them...

PS - are you sure about the origins of the name?

Calhoun Sportwear - Welcome

"Calhoun Sportswear has been a Canadian clothing manufacturer since 1973"

"In 1973, Martin Myers founded a company called Calhoun Creations, which later evolved into Calhoun Sportswear. The company operated out of a family friend's basement in Thorold Ontario, and using a single screen printing machine, Calhoun printed imported t-shirts for the custom market."




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#6 10 years ago

doesnt the french president belive in eugenics




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#7 10 years ago
Nurenig;4566660...Anyhow is this bullshit or true(?)....

Laddie, need you ask? Think what it means for this bozo to have "exposed" something. It would mean that for over 70 years, committed and powerful political opponents of the Bushes, people who would have been overjoyed to have uncovered even vague rumors of misbehavior on the part of any of the Bushes (and these opponents have included sitting US Presidents, US Senators, Congressmen, Supreme Court Justices, Federal Appeals Court judges, Federal District Court judges, US Attorneys General, US Attorneys, and the very Democrat party itself); people who have had unlimited funds and virtually unlimited power through the ability to initiate and carry on Department of Justice investigations, Congressional investigations, and agency investigations such as the Securities and Exchange Commission and Federal Trade Commission, have either missed or ignored the supposedly damning evidence that this guy says he has uncovered.

Yeah, I can really buy that some fringe loon is so much smarter, more powerful and well funded than the literally hundreds of political enemies the Bushes have, that he and he alone has discovered The Dark Truth ....which, btw, is the title of one of his loon books he has for sale. Are you beginning to see a motive for why he might claim he that he has some unique, blockbuster information?




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#8 10 years ago

'[130pz.Kading;4566742']not realy, its a proud american tradition of hipocracy relating to the nazis. Henry Ford sold trucks to the nazis durring their rise to power...[/QUOTE]

Henry Ford was a huge nazi, he wrote several anti-Jewish books which were used as school books in Germany until 1945. He also implemented several of these beliefs in his factories, such as not having labour unions, however the employees were paid extremely good wages, even during the depression, and his vehicles were extremely well prices for the time. Just because the Nazis had many policies of hate doesn't mean their production policies were bad, infact their production policies led to very efficient production.

[QUOTE='[WDW]Megaraptor;4566774']The idea that mankind can control its own evolution by eliminating the weaker members of society (those with hereditary diseases for example).

Eugenics go a bit deeper then so. The people with hereditary diseases were thought of contaminating the gene pool, as these people would die off naturally in a natural nomadic society, if their genes are passed onto the entire gene pool everybody would be diseases in the future. I can't remember the exacts, but I many people with hereditary diseases were steralized in the US up to the seventies. No need for killing.




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#9 10 years ago

'[130pz.Kading;4566742']not realy, its a proud american tradition of hipocracy relating to the nazis. Henry Ford sold trucks to the nazis durring their rise to power...[/QUOTE]

Henry Ford was a huge nazi, he wrote several anti-Jewish books which were used as school books in Germany until 1945. He also implemented several of these beliefs in his factories, such as not having labour unions, however the employees were paid extremely good wages, even during the depression, and his vehicles were extremely well prices for the time. Just because the Nazis had many policies of hate doesn't mean their production policies were bad, infact their production policies led to very efficient production.

[QUOTE='[WDW]Megaraptor;4566774']The idea that mankind can control its own evolution by eliminating the weaker members of society (those with hereditary diseases for example).

Eugenics go a bit deeper then so. The people with hereditary diseases were thought of contaminating the gene pool, as these people would die off naturally in a natural nomadic society, if their genes are passed onto the entire gene pool everybody would be diseases in the future. I can't remember the exacts, but I many people with hereditary diseases were steralized in the US up to the seventies. No need for killing.




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#10 10 years ago
'[130pz.Kading;4566742']not realy, its a proud american tradition of hipocracy....

"Hipocracy"? Is that like the coolest of the celebrity elite? Paris and Madonna and Barack?




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