MK.There have been a lot of German sympathizers here in the past, so I wasn't expecting such a knee-jerk reaction from having a pro-German site in my signature. Granted, I should have assumed that lemmings such as yourself would have a problem with pride or German nationalism, having been raised under a liberal, anti-nationalistic government. I guess you're just used to seeing people escorted off to jail for having dissenting views or an abundance of nationalism.
No, but I'd like to see it if they were escorted to jail for an abundance of nationalism. You can hardly call your ideals a "dissenting view", take a historybook and you will probably understand what I mean (if you read it, that is).
This comment on "German sympathizers" is funny, you know, you somehow seem more and more like someone who was banned before from these forums because of an "abundance of nationalism". But lets get rid of the euphemisms and call people by their names, use "neonazis" instead of "German sympathizers", because that is what that site is promoting.
Maybe you should think a bit on who from us is the "lemming". You believe in a bunch of sad lies and false ideals. If you think nationalism is so great, go on and be a neonazi and get yourself killed in another glorious war.
For the time being I suggest that you shut up about the nazi-stuff, there is little I can do against you as long as you stick to that. My experience with other people of your kind is anyway that they can't keep their mouths shut and get banned sooner or later.
So is he a nazi or what? MK. just tell us if you are
Count one and one together. He likes that site that supports neonazism. He calls that site "pro-German". He calls people who think like him "German symathizers"". So logically...
he likes cornflakes?
RaftermanMy grandmother has told stories of the German POWs who were interned at Camp Shelby near Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She was living there with my greatgrandparents while my grandfather was fighting in the Pacific. She said the POWs were used for construction and road work and would on many occasions drink from my greatgrandparents well. She said they were very nice and most were quite good looking. A couple of times they made them cakes and cookies.[/QUOTE] We had POWs in Canada too.. There was a camp close to were I live. The summer was very hot and the germans asked if they could build the unfinished public pool, the MP agreed and this very same pool is still used today. We did also put members of the "Parti national-social Chretien" or the "National Unity Party" members in those camps (note that these were the Nazi canadian parties, they were terrorising everyone and their leader was basically a fan of Mussolini and Hitler.. ) [QUOTE=Braun] he likes cornflakes?
Humm... I fear yes. I prefer Fruit Loops myself but what does it change?
Komrad_B Humm... I fear yes. I prefer Fruit Loops myself but what does it change?
Is there something I do not understand :confused: :confused:. Discriminating people according to their race, sex or breakfast preference is not good.
i was aiming more for the breakfast the rest i agree...people should be discriminated on what they eat for breakfast