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Thread: The Dresden Holocaust: Lest We Forget

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    Post Re: Dresden demonstration

    Quote Originally Posted by Spartacus74
    But what i don't understand is if some can be in NPD being antifa at the same time.

    The disaster of Dresden is a result of the WWII in which USSR and its hordes did the same of the british in the german cities.
    The NPD is NOT the NSDAP, therefore it is quite legitimate to be anti-fascist and a member of the NPD. After all, the legacy of anti-fascism is not limited to the "left." All good Prussians are by nature anti-fascist! The USSR did not bomb German cities. England has forfeited its right to be a part of Europe. "Perfidious Albion" was always an enemy of Europe, and today it is part of the "axis of evil" (together with the US and Israel) which is the enemy of ALL peoples. The demonstration in Dresden is not an exclusive NPD event, but rather a joint venture of all right-thinking nationalists.

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    Why is there a march for the Dresden bombing ? Personally I just don't get this, maybe its because I'm British, but wouldn't a better remembrance to mourn the dead be a quiet memorial like we have here for Remembrance Day 11th November be more respectful, sounds alot better to me than going out shouting your head of at anyone who opposes you.

    Personally all this wallowing by Neo-Nazis for Dresden and by other political movements to further their cause isnt right imo.

    It seems to be the Neo-Nazis kicking up the most fuss, sometimes its better just to let people rest in peace.

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    Post Re: Dresden demonstration

    Quote Originally Posted by Odin Biggles
    Personally all this wallowing for Dresden by political movements to further their cause isnt right imo.
    Of course it is right! It is excellent promotion. The NPD is making headway in the media like never before. This event can only further this development. Besides, the British are at it again - this time in Iraq. Gott strafe England!

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    Post Re: Dresden demonstration

    But Arthur Harris is dead, Churchill is dead, probably most of the bomber crews are dead now too.

    Noone has stepped in the way of Germans peacefully remembering this event least of all Britain, its just many go out of their way not to do so.

    I have the greatest of respect for much of Europe but that respect doesnt extend to self gaining Neo-Nazis who persist in wallowing in Third Reich nostalgia and following a totally descredited political philosophy.

    Why use something to try and divide people who should be allies in this day and age, I thought WW2 had showed a divided Europe is dangerous.

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    Post Re: Dresden demonstration

    Quote Originally Posted by Odin Biggles
    But Arthur Harris is dead, Churchill is dead, probably most of the bomber crews are dead now too.

    Noone has stepped in the way of Germans peacefully remembering this event least of all Britain, its just many go out of their way not to do so.

    I have the greatest of respect for much of Europe but that respect doesnt extend to self gaining Neo-Nazis who persist in wallowing in Third Reich nostalgia and following a totally descredited political philosophy.
    But Tony Blair is alive! The demonstration in Dresden has nothing to do with promoting National Socialism. After all, not only Neo-Nazis participate in it. The Dresden event is a solidarity march that sends a signal to all of Europe. It is a remembrance of an event that could have been avoided. The forces of monetary materialism will never rest until all traditional values of the peoples of the world are obliterated. Even today, AmeriKa and his lackeys (again, Britain in the forefront) are hard at work in their task of destruction. If England does not repent, it will go down in the coming European order.

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    Post AW: Re: Dresden demonstration

    Quote Originally Posted by Odin Biggles
    Why is there a march for the Dresden bombing ? .
    Why don´t you mind your own business?
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    Post Re: Dresden demonstration

    Let's try this again... the site timed out last time I tried to reply.

    Quote Originally Posted by Odin Biggles
    Why is there a march for the Dresden bombing ? Personally I just don't get this, maybe its because I'm British, but wouldn't a better remembrance to mourn the dead be a quiet memorial like we have here for Remembrance Day 11th November be more respectful, sounds alot better to me than going out shouting your head of at anyone who opposes you.
    I see it relating to the reasons why North Korea got vocal about the United States celebrating the 50th anniversary of the end of the Korean War. Which isn't even finished.

    Celebrations shouldn't be made for such things. They are celebrating the point of view that they have programmed into their citizens. To the British, it was a great victory, and to the United States, the war was over. But that is not exactly how it is. After years of one sided information, the people forget about the other side of the coin. And they do not bother researching it for themselves.

    So it makes perfect sense to me that a protest can and should be made. You cannot change what had happened, but perhaps you can get the other side who is lacking in information, be able to see something they didn't know. Which is what protests are all about. Because usually, most parties besides those who are participating, do not know the cause for the protest.

    Imagine in 30 years, some country in the Middle East has an anniversary event celebrating the attack on the World Trade Center. Imagine the protests because of that.

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    Post Re: Dresden demonstration

    dEvery right to make a protest, just personally I don't see how your commemorating the dead by protesting, its not exactly respectful.

    For September 11th in NewYork they peacefully mourn the tragedy, they don't march down the street with banners saying "Kill the terrorists" or "A great injustice was done", they just accept it happened, and leave the various reasons it did to the conspiracy theorist's.

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    Post AW: Re: Dresden demonstration

    Quote Originally Posted by Odin Biggles
    For September 11th in NewYork they peacefully mourn the tragedy, they don't march down the street with banners saying "Kill the terrorists" or "A great injustice was done", they just accept it happened, and leave the various reasons it did to the conspiracy theorist's.
    I think you're forgetting the bombing of Afghanistan and the invasion of Iraq.

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    Post AW: Re: Dresden demonstration

    Quote Originally Posted by Odin Biggles
    For September 11th in NewYork they peacefully mourn the tragedy, they don't march down the street with banners saying "Kill the terrorists" or "A great injustice was done", they just accept it happened, and leave the various reasons it did to the conspiracy theorist's.
    Yet the event is used as emotional blackmail & justification to further Israeli strategic interests in the middle east through the means of armed conflict even if the means of intelligence is far from desirable. Afterall the facts are meaningless the agenda is the driving force in this case. This little horse is quite convenient wouldn't you agree?
    Last edited by Prussian; Tuesday, February 8th, 2005 at 09:02 PM.
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