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mexicoman

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Date Signed Up:12/11/2010
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Im a decent guy, a good one when you really get to know me. I like to eat culture and shit out all of the mediocre soul dead mental scarring I recieve in the form of, writing, or performing humor conceived in and filtered through my own prejudices.I also love the shit out of the Metal Gear Solid Franchise and free stuff.

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#737 - I guess. Its kind of iffy to me though. Their plight is kind o…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/23/2013 on Justgirlythings: feels edition 0
#781 - upsiepoopsie (08/23/2013) [-]
Whatever the cause may be, they fought for what they believed in and that takes courage. So hate the commanders who gave the orders, not the soldiers that executed them because if they refused their families and themselves would pay the price.

Respect to all the soldiers fighting for a cause.
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#803 - mexicoman (08/23/2013) [-]
I don't agree with that at all. They tried using that excuse at Nuremberg and they were executed. But it was that culture of intimidation that kept people from sabotage and speaking out that allowed all those people to be murdered, I don't think that those who succumbed to it are blameless. The Nazi's were motivated by hate, and the germans who followed them were motivated by fear. If John Boehner put himself up as the fuhrer of the United States with absolute power, he would have been murdered immediately. I have a great grandfather who was conscripted into the SS, and his mother helped shelter a jewish family temporarily. The only one out of those two who deserves any respect for their trouble was his mother. I pity my grandfather, it can't have been easy being a part of something like that. But if I knew that America did half of what the Nazi's were doing to people I would be captured and defect as soon as conceivably possible. I don't hate the people who were involuntarily conscripted into the SS, but it was wrong to put them up on the same level as soldiers in the United States military then and now.
#809 - upsiepoopsie (08/23/2013) [-]
I see your point of view and you raise a valid point and i respect your opinion.

We have different opinions but that just comes from who we are i guess

Peace!
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#738 - joethebeast (08/23/2013) [-]
i agree, some fight for a more just cause then others, but either way, the fighting just needs stop
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#741 - mexicoman (08/23/2013) [-]
I agree with that.

If war can be avoided, it should be.
#730 - Dude were those Nazi's after the 'wanting someone to hold you' one?  [+] (8 new replies) 08/23/2013 on Justgirlythings: feels edition +2
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#735 - joethebeast (08/23/2013) [-]
yea, Werhmacht soldiers had feelings too, war is hell for all sides
#761 - pawrestler (08/23/2013) [-]
if i could thumb this up 1000 times i would. that may be the most mature thing ive ever heard on this website
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#737 - mexicoman (08/23/2013) [-]
I guess. Its kind of iffy to me though. Their plight is kind of negated by what the Nazi's were all about to me. American soldiers aren't fighting for hate, and it just seems odd to put Nazi's next to them just because all soldiers share tragedy in war. I understand that a lot of them were forced into it, but that makes me more inclined to pity them than to revere their sacrifices.
#781 - upsiepoopsie (08/23/2013) [-]
Whatever the cause may be, they fought for what they believed in and that takes courage. So hate the commanders who gave the orders, not the soldiers that executed them because if they refused their families and themselves would pay the price.

Respect to all the soldiers fighting for a cause.
User avatar
#803 - mexicoman (08/23/2013) [-]
I don't agree with that at all. They tried using that excuse at Nuremberg and they were executed. But it was that culture of intimidation that kept people from sabotage and speaking out that allowed all those people to be murdered, I don't think that those who succumbed to it are blameless. The Nazi's were motivated by hate, and the germans who followed them were motivated by fear. If John Boehner put himself up as the fuhrer of the United States with absolute power, he would have been murdered immediately. I have a great grandfather who was conscripted into the SS, and his mother helped shelter a jewish family temporarily. The only one out of those two who deserves any respect for their trouble was his mother. I pity my grandfather, it can't have been easy being a part of something like that. But if I knew that America did half of what the Nazi's were doing to people I would be captured and defect as soon as conceivably possible. I don't hate the people who were involuntarily conscripted into the SS, but it was wrong to put them up on the same level as soldiers in the United States military then and now.
#809 - upsiepoopsie (08/23/2013) [-]
I see your point of view and you raise a valid point and i respect your opinion.

We have different opinions but that just comes from who we are i guess

Peace!
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#738 - joethebeast (08/23/2013) [-]
i agree, some fight for a more just cause then others, but either way, the fighting just needs stop
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#741 - mexicoman (08/23/2013) [-]
I agree with that.

If war can be avoided, it should be.
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#378 - kikes (08/22/2013) [-]
OY VEY RACIST GOYIM!