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Re: SS-GB: why the renewed obsession with alternative Nazi histories?



Ahh, joo Razer will enlighten the world with his unique, unverified and
unsupportable, truth.

And the heathens who disagree with him he shall raze to their graves,
ensuring their disagreement doesn't infect others with any inclination
to actual investigation and facts.

"But it's only a little censorship and self preservation" says Razer.

"No Razer, killing humans you disagree with is murder" says everyone
with that second unbonged neurone.



On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 06:59:57AM -0800, Razer wrote:
> Just vamping on the subject line, because the real version of Nazi history
> would dissuade too many Americans from 'alt-right' activities. All in all a
> stupid question not worth time spent in discussion.
> 
> Rr
> 
> 
> On 02/20/2017 10:47 PM, Cecilia Tanaka wrote:
> >SS-GB: why the renewed obsession with alternative Nazi histories?
> >
> >http://theconversation.com/ss-gb-why-the-renewed-obsession-with-alternative-nazi-histories-73157
> >
> >"The Nazis are, once again, a subject of considerable cultural obsession.
> >From The Man in the High Castle to the BBC's new adaptation of SS-GB,
> >counterfactual Nazi nightmares are very much in vogue. This has happened
> >once before, points out Sam Edwards – such alternative histories also
> >proliferated in the 1960s. So what's behind their return?"
>