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Old January 26 2014, 12:59 PM   #23
2takesfrakes
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Re: If Nazi's had not been defeated space timeline reasonable?

Rhubarbodendron wrote: View Post
But we'd very likely also have a situation like in Orwell's 1984 and would be spied on and threatened ...
It's more than a little ironic that this is exactly what the United States itself has been up to and continues to engage in, on it's own citizens. It's so bad that the NSA, DEA, FBI and all down the line can actually hide their tracks in an open court of law, so that whatever evidence is presented is not linked to spying as the source - and doesn't get thrown out. We don't have termination camps, but the U.S. has surely taken more than a few pages from facism, since the Fifties, to preserve power over its own. And yet, we're the country whom The World is expected to admire and imitate.

Rhubarbodendron wrote: View Post
As for the German genocide: I was very astonished about these figures myself:
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Pretty horrible list, isn't it?
Again, all of the technology they developed, all of the Nazi Party's resources went towards extermination and slavery of others. They also had to finance brooming as much of this as was necessary to hide it from the German people. These great achievements of this person's imaginary timeline simply could not apply to the Nazi Party. That's not what they were about, or were aiming for. They were not destined for greatness ... even if, and especially, if they'd won the war.
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