Saturday, January 19, 2008

Millions of germans in 1930-40's: Hitler is a wonderful leader!

One nasty comment more:
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    Chenier Says:

    jean Says:

    January 19th, 2008 at 2:50 am

    ………even though Anorak wasn’t a site for the likes of myself, Maggie, Isla, and the rest who have the genuine concern for this precious little girl…


    That remark is typical of the deeply offensive attitude which has so often been expressed here.

    You do not have a monopoly in genuine concern for Madeleine, and the claim that you do is abusive to all the people who have worked to make Anorak available to us, as well as to those posters who take differing views on the 3 arguidos…

    Mods and Admin

    I find their intolerance of anyone who isn’t inspired bythe McC’s quite astonishing, and yet in real life a good 80% of the population doubt them. I also find the abuse from some of the posters on here really amazng, but I suppose thats the downside of free speech.
    Perhaps the more vocal on here might set up their own site. and we can come along and do unto them? Would we be tolerated for a moment though?"


So millions of germans were absolutely right? Hitler was a wonderful leader?

80%, 90% even 99,9% of people can't ever be wrong?


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