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4-26-2009 @ 4:39PM
To all Horde Apologists who think that symbols are just symbols:if you were the one to lead Germany after WWII, would you name your organization "New Nazi" and use swastika as your crest?
4-26-2009 @ 4:42PM
That's a wildly inappropriate analogy, AND Godwin's law. They symbols the horde uses are part of their cultural heritage. After WWII happened, Germans did not drop everything that was German from their history and reinvent themselves to make the rest of the world feel more comfortable.
4-26-2009 @ 4:50PM
Furthermore, the Swastika is hardly new.It is a symbol that is over 3000 years old, and was not linked to Germany history at all. Oddly enough, it's primarily a symbol used in India by Hinduism and related religions. In fact, it's still used to this day by them!Just because the symbol was used by some evil people, doesn't change the original meaning of the symbol... Which was... Get this...The Swastika, was a "Good Luck" symbol.HOL CRAP! True enough, it was and still the eastern europe and asian equivalent to the four leaf clover. That's right. The Nazi's primary symbolism, was comparable FOUR LEAF CLOVER.If an country did evil things, under the sign of a Four Leaf Clover, would we suddenly consider all Four Leaf Clovers to be evil? Of course not!Your ignorance is astonishing.
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