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Dosnt make him a nazi. Many young men made that decision because the common believe was SS is better than Wehrmacht. Better equipment ext. U had to join one, might as well go with the one very highly respected (in Germany at that time). History lesson over.

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Yeah, but ....        headscratch.gif



 



The connotation of Nazi makes this word the most offense criticism of authority, short of profanity.  Profanity is meaningless and (imho) calling someone a Nazi has pretty much become meaningless too.  When I hear it used, it’s meant as strong authoritarian control and policies that cannot be easily influenced—if they may at all.  Ratzinger was viewed as an unyielding conservative (compared to Pope John Paul II).



  




  • Some Conservatives, in the Political Graffiti forum, call Liberals/Progressives Nazi.

  • Here’s one man's opinion of Ratzinger having been chosen:  http://youtu.be/A1aFLqoVqWw

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so the choice was Nazi or soldier and he chose Nazi

but that doesn't make him a nazi,

 

is the logic lesson over ?

 

Maybe he's a democrat and can't shoot a gun. Therefore, he was not eligible to be a soldier. You think about that?

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nonono.gif    Please....




Originally Posted by kerrstriperfisher View Post    Maybe he's a democrat and can't shoot a gun. Therefore, he was not eligible to be a soldier. You think about that?



 



     Are you expecting to keep him awake all night?   rolleyes.gif


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