Author Topic: "remember the colonies"  (Read 1380 times)

Evil Knevil

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"remember the colonies"
« Reply #30 on: May 27, 2004, 07:12:12 PM »
Quote from: "elderford"
1918-39 was dominated by Tory governments, so I expect we did.


There's this great book I discovered in St Andrews Library, called "I know these dictators" by some Tory peer(1938). He describes his meetings with Hitler and Mussolini, calling them "wonderful people" and nothing to be afraid of. Hitler was just misunderstood in Britain, he was a "kind and gentle" man. Hitler ment well for the people of Britain and for the people of Czechslovakia, after all he was a war veteran and didn't want another war.

Then there's the chapter about apperances. Mussolini has a "spiffing new uniform" when he greets the author. He also talks about how stately Hitler looks since he put on weight.

Most fucked up book ever.


But Hitler's main appeal was to the bourgeosis, the middle classes, and most especially the old craftworking and shopkeeping classes who were prejudiced by industrial development. We can see that his working class vote was relatively small, as they were split between the SPD and the KPD, with little shift in votes between 1928 and 1933. Hitler was petty bourgeois and his working policies appealed to those who had lost the most from industrialisation and the depression; often at the hands of 'jewish' banks, 'jewish'  department stores and 'jewish' heavy industry.

"remember the colonies"
« Reply #31 on: May 27, 2004, 07:26:42 PM »
Back to that Princess Mike cunt, I wish someone would strip her of her flesh and drown her in a big bucket of tramp's shit, then do the same to her cocksucking, smug motherfucker of a husband. Pair of fucking rectum faced parasite scum. It's largely irrelevant that they're racist, these cunts despise everyone outside of their clan, despite owing their luxurious existence to us, the work-shy pig-fucking motherf....

etc etc

And that loud-mouthed woman in the restaurant who was interviewed on Channel 4 News was annoying too.

Evil Knevil

  • I refuse to involve myself.
"remember the colonies"
« Reply #32 on: May 27, 2004, 07:45:03 PM »
Of course, I still think that the Royals should be deposed and replaced with a dictatorship of the proletariat, but that's just me.

"remember the colonies"
« Reply #33 on: May 27, 2004, 08:45:43 PM »
This is my cue to plug The Tin Drum by G√ľnter Grass. Please read it if you want a heart-stoppingly powerful description of the rise of the Nazis, as seen by a very strange boy, who like many Germans, refused to grow up and see what was going on around him. It is truely one of the greatest books of the century.

Grass himself has had a quite a life, and much of the Tin Drum must be based on his experiences. He actually served in the German Army (aged about 16) at the end of WW2 and was captured by the Americans. He wrote much of the Tin Drum in a boilier room while working as a caretaker in some building in Germany.

"remember the colonies"
« Reply #34 on: May 28, 2004, 01:02:25 AM »
the tin drum is a chain of bars round my way (south coast) - not sure if they have expanded to the rest of the country yet - but that serve leffe on tap - yay them.

sorry...for OT

but yeah,

stick the royal cunts on sharps sticks and stab the males in the face.

sorry again, but thats how i feel. the damage they have done to this country and its decent folk is bodering on the irreperable, the class mindset is a heeeee-uge problem, that and the 'i dont desreve better' is holding us back in many many many ways.

"remember the colonies"
« Reply #35 on: May 28, 2004, 09:52:53 AM »
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There's this great book I discovered in St Andrews Library, called "I know these dictators" by some Tory peer(1938). He describes his meetings with Hitler and Mussolini, calling them "wonderful people" and nothing to be afraid of.


Sounds like Lord Halifax, foreign minister under Stanley Baldwin und Chamberlain und briefly under Winny.

"He [Halifax] told me he liked all the Nazi leaders, even Goebbels, and he was much impressed, interested and amused by the visit. He thinks the regime absolutely fantastic."

"remember the colonies"
« Reply #36 on: May 28, 2004, 10:36:56 AM »
Quote from: "untitled_london"
the tin drum is a chain of bars round my way (south coast) - not sure if they have expanded to the rest of the country yet - but that serve leffe on tap - yay them.


Is that true? How disturbing. They don't serve onions so people can cry themselves better do they?

It gives me an excuse to mention how angry I got when I saw the 'William Morris' public House in Hammersmith at the weekend. I'm sure the lifelong socialist and generally groovy guy, would be really pleased to have one  of the very worst Wetherspoon pubs in existence named after him.