136 thoughts on “Dead Nazi

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  • Larry from St. Louis

    Yes, the CDC stupidly sent those to various countries including Iraq. Some of the substances were probably used for medical research, including research on vaccines, but it’s possible that they were used to synthesize part of Hussein’s massive WMD’s. Also, this is a cherry-picked partial list; the CDC sent Iraq all sorts of other substances.

    That’s a far cry from claiming that the U.S. armed Iraq with WMD’s.

  • Larry from St. Louis

    Clark, are you trying to tell me that there is an afterlife?

    Are you religious like some other people at this website?

  • Chris Dooley

    Maybe the CDC thought Saddams stocks were low and needed a boost after the 5,000+ Kurds were slaughtered. (I know it’s possible Iran was responsible, but the US government has been publically pinning that massacre on Saddam)

    6 months after that attack, and the US government thought nothing of sending more Anthrax and Botulism to the ‘mad-man’. That’s either gross negligence or accessory to murder.

  • techniolour

    If you look hard enough for this (not on wiki) you’ll find the original piece about chemical gas sales substantiated by the Heritage Foundation. Larry should remember this webversation (january, I think)

    Otherwise one of the reasons the last Conservative government here collapsed was the scandal of undercover approved arms sales to Iraq. That is on wiki.

  • Anonymous

    Is Larry getting a bit rattled by the snide remarks made aganst him? even is mother has turned up to tell him off, maybe he has a soul afterall, but i doubt he will be attending heaven in the eternal..

  • Clark

    Clark: “Larry, are you an atheist?”

    Larry: “More or less.”

    Hmmm. So not exactly, then. What does quantum physics tell us about individuality and consciousness, Larry? For what purpose or motive do you attempt to deceive?

  • Larry from St. Louis

    Clark: “What does quantum physics tell us about individuality and consciousness, Larry?”

    Well there’s a gem. You have no idea what quantum physics is. I know you think you do because you’ve been reading some hippie New Age crap, but that’s about as useful as the bullshit in the Quran.

  • Clark

    Larry,

    do you not accept the most accurate physical theory formulated so far? Do you not understand the significance of Alain Aspect’s experiments in relation to Bell’s Inequality?

  • Larry from St. Louis

    Clark, you silly goose, I obviously accept all the repeatable, testable experiments related to quantum entanglement – nothing could be more fascinating – but I fundamentally object to the snake oil salesmen who misuse physics for their own greedy end, or in their pursuit of the stupid.

    You’re simply a manipulated miscreant, Clark.

    So, if there’s a starving kid in Africa, and he really really wants a plate of rice, are you telling me that he can get that plate of rice by magical thought?

    I briefly read some info. from The Secret and laughed me arse off.

  • Courtenay Barnett

    A THOUGHGHFUL REPLY TO WRITERMAN…

    Writerman,

    I applaud you for your truly humanitarian sentiments:-

    ” Terre Blanche was a deluded, primitive, brutal man. A man with odious views on “race” and the primacy of the white race. His views were so extreme he was almost a parody of a white racist. But for all that I wouldn’t have wished the man dead, beaten with a club and slashed with a machete. Call me old-fashioned, but I just don’t support senseless violence, murder, targeted killings, capital punishment; I think we should strive to make the use of violence, less, not more acceptable. ”

    Yes, indeed if we are going to be noble and humane, then there is much in what you say. However, is there not a sort of Platonic justice as well in the sense of each man getting his just deserves, and isn’t our varying reactions not also a reflection of our humanity as we express it? Contrast:-

    Martin Luther being asked about whether peaceful protest would have been the answer to Hitler’s savagery, and accepting that violence and war became necessary in those circumstances.

    Change just one name in your views, as expressed:-

    ” TerreBlanche ( To: Adolph Hitler – now read on) – was a deluded, primitive, brutal man. A man with odious views on “race” and the primacy of the white race. His views were so extreme he was almost a parody of a white racist. But for all that I wouldn’t have wished the man dead, beaten with a club and slashed with a machete ( or dead in his bunker – as the case may be). Call me old-fashioned, but I just don’t support senseless violence, murder, targeted killings, capital punishment; I think we should strive to make the use of violence, less, not more acceptable.”

    Maybe his murderers were simply directing the very violence that anyone of their hue were “deserving of”, and in a most brutal way he got his “just deserves”. Primitive thinking, yes, in a sense, yet we feel different way s about different human beings ?” don’t we ?” be this Terre Blanche or Adolph Hitler. One emotional size does not fit all human wearers ?” in a manner of speaking.

    While I too want less violence in the world, less armaments, less nuclear weapons, less religious tensions, less racial and ethnic hatreds and a lot less of all the attitudes that drive us to conflicts, violence and war – sometimes even with those humane concerns at heart – I must be honest and say – I am more happy than saddened when those who promote such violence are no longer with us.

  • Clark

    Larry,

    you consist of quanta, entangled with all others for eternity, no aspect of you can be concealed. Not one instant of your life is repeatable, reversible or without consequence. So make your choices wisely. Goodnight.

  • Larry from St. Louis

    Clark, I do think it’s quite possible that the quanta of your brain are entangled with the quanta of my poop.

  • mary

    Spot on Mark Golding.

    Even this morning at 6.45am Sky are advertising a film called The Pacific, presumably about WWII, as ‘so realistic you can feel it in your bones’. Quite. Especially if you happened to be on the receiving end of a machine gun. The irony will be lost on the war mongers like our friend LfStL.

    And that ghastly Murdoch sits like some hideous spider in its lair, counting his shekels and planning how to increase his on the MSM.

    By the way Mark, the viewing figures for that haunting video were over 2.5m last night. In just one day!

    PS Murdoch is backing Cameroon. That says it all. The Guardian carried a good article by Peter Oborne at the w/e on Cameron’s ‘tainted’ Director of Communications, Andy Coulson, ex News of the Screws and the phone tapping scandals.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/apr/04/david-cameron-andy-coulson-election

  • writerman

    Comparing TerreBlanche to Adolf Hitler is, I think a bit over-the-top, to put it mildly.

    Whilst I’m not a pacifist, coming from a very warlike “clan”, I simply recoil at senseless violence. I think this individuals brutal murder was sordid, pathetic really. A crass and barbarous way to settle a dispute about unpaid wages, surely not worth anyones life, long prison sentences and young lives ruined and wasted?

    How did TerreBlanche “deserve” to die exactly? Whilst he preached for a form of racial seperation based on delusion and mythology, does this excuse his murder over a trifle like unpaid wages?

    We don’t, as yet, know very much about the facts of this case, yet already people are putting it into a context, a wider context, which I don’t believe holds water. It was a banal crime of a type that is all too prevalent in South Africa. Only TerreBlanche’s minor celebrity status makes this lastest act of senseless violence interesting and newsworthy.

  • arsalan

    The only difference between TerreBlanche and Adolf Hitler is opertunity.

    The only difference between Zionist Israel and Nazi Germany are the people regarded as the master race, and the people amalekites(race fit only for exterminated).

  • arsalan

    Tech such comments are beanth you. we are apposed to that Nazi because of his views and actions, not because of his colour. We celebrate his death and his eternal damination because of his white supremcist beliefs as well as his beliefs in Black inferiority. We don’t appose him because of his race, but because of his racism.

    And we apose Zionism and Zionists for the same reason.

    The only difference between this dead Nazi and the Zionist settlers in Israel, is the Zionist settlers in Israel are still doing what this dead Nazi used to.

  • Anonymous

    Off Topic

    Theres a nice video of Bush wiping his hand on Clintons shirt after shaking the hand of one of them dirty Hiatians…..

  • Larry from St. Louis

    Mary: “Even this morning at 6.45am Sky are advertising a film called The Pacific, presumably about WWII, as ‘so realistic you can feel it in your bones’. Quite. Especially if you happened to be on the receiving end of a machine gun. The irony will be lost on the war mongers like our friend LfStL.”

    Mary, yes, it’s about WWII.

    Would you rather have had the Japanese Imperial Army take over all of East Asia and the South Pacific?

  • stephen

    Could anyone please tell if there is any basis in Islam for celebrating anyone’s death – even those of Nazis and white supremacists such as Terreblanche. I can understand the concept of just killings in rare circumstances – but to celebrate them would appear to be a step too far.

  • Arsalan

    Stephen everyone seems to be rarely happy with his death other than Nazis?

    Israel has lost another friend, boohoo.

  • Anonymous

    I was 6 at the time of that massacre. What would you have liked me to do about it?

    It’s time to let go of the past. Was ETB a murderous bastard? Yes. Should all white South Africans continue to be targetted for racist commentary and accusations of complicity in Apatheid? Probably not.

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