And It’s Started

Guys – We have our new image of the Nazi’s burning books:

and this in case you need more proof:

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8 Responses to And It’s Started

  1. retiredeng says:

    If they’re not burning rare first or limited editions then this is just pissing against the tide.

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  2. Jimmy T says:

    Don’t have to see the footage, saw enough footage from the German Nazi party archives. I’m guessing we got here because the rubes and their enablers just cannot stand free thinking people. I for one will continue to be who I am come Hell or high water (no, I don’t believe in Hell). The rubes can never imagine a better tomorrow for the simple fact they are rubes, and are simple, but we the intelligent people have to lead them into a more reasonable future. It will be our burden to be sure, but is there another option?

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    • ali redford says:

      Agreed and no other option, but geez-how many times do we have to go through this stuff before people recall that it shouldn’t be done?

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      • Redhand says:

        how many times do we have to go through this stuff before people recall that it shouldn’t be done?

        My pet theory is that the deterrent memory of his kind of madness has a short shelf life. It barely survives living memory. Realistically speaking, almost all the WWII veterans who fought fascism are gone now. Demographically, the people, military and civilian. who experienced that cataclysm are gone. Is it a coincidence that we see fascism rearing its ugly head again? I don’t think so. The war-mongering parallels between Hitler in the late 1930s and Putin today are remarkable. If you substitute the Chinese for the Japanese there are also very strong parallels between Japan’s aggression and territorial ambitions in the 1930s and China’s today.

        History does repeat itself, though not in exactly the same way. It’s why I have a dark view of human nature, despite the good people in the world.

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      • Buttermilk Sky says:

        This is why they don’t want history taught. Those who aren’t allowed to learn from the past can more easily be led to repeat it. Today book burnings, tomorrow lynchings, the day after…

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  3. Oneofthebobs says:

    You can have Harry Potter, but don’t even try to get my Beatles records.

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  4. These play-time Nazis would lose control of their sphincters if a horde of librarians came forward out of the gloaming.

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