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1 hour ago, Rev said:

They're a fucking joke. Our Defence Minister's only CV entry is that he was a stand-up entertainer at Butlins and our Justice Secretary was a call-centre worker before entering politics. They only succeed because they promise to turbo-charge the unemployables' benefits.

They came up with this "Bairns not Bombs" bullshit saying they'd spend the Trident money elsewhere, but whatever sum we pay is our Defence budget set by NATO. It'd be the same figure with or without Trident. The mouth-breathers still lap it up though. Cunts.

What about a Jacobite rebellion against Sturgeon and new links with Rome?

The Duke of Norfolk could be your Catholic King...

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17 minutes ago, Earl of Punkape said:

What about a Jacobite rebellion against Sturgeon and new links with Rome?

The Duke of Norfolk could be your Catholic King...

🇬🇧NO SURRENDER🇬🇧NO POPE HERE🇬🇧REMEMBER 1690🇬🇧

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On 07/04/2021 at 22:05, ChildeHarold said:

He specialises in Nazi characters. 

Well, he needs to take his character acting skills up a notch and do a Herman Goering in Spandau Prison, but I'm sure his cyanide pill would be secreted in a tub of Vaseline.

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7 minutes ago, Major Cunt said:

Well, he needs to take his character acting skills up a notch and do a Herman Goering in Spandau Prison, but I'm sure his cyanide pill would be secreted in a tub of Vaseline.

If Goering wasn't a Nazi they'd be a full length movie about him. He's a fascinating character really. He was really fucking defiant right to the end - you'd think with the drugs he wouldn't have stood up, but he did. I reckon they cobbled him at the end rather than risk execution and martyrdom. 

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Just now, ChildeHarold said:

If Goering wasn't a Nazi they'd be a full length movie about him. He's a fascinating character really. He was really fucking defiant right to the end - you'd think with the drugs he wouldn't have stood up, but he did. I reckon they cobbled him at the end rather than risk execution and martyrdom. 

At least attempt to learn English. Thick fucking Citizen Smith cunt.

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49 minutes ago, Eric Cuntman said:

At least attempt to learn English. Thick fucking Citizen Smith cunt.

Whilst I can't applaud the grammar Nazism, the Citizen Smith comment is spot on. 

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1 hour ago, ChildeHarold said:

If Goering wasn't a Nazi they'd be a full length movie about him. He's a fascinating character really. He was really fucking defiant right to the end - you'd think with the drugs he wouldn't have stood up, but he did. I reckon they cobbled him at the end rather than risk execution and martyrdom. 

Indeed. Goering was a highly decorated WW1 fighter ace, and also flew alongside 'The Red Baron' (not to be confused with Punkape - The Rear Baron'). The man had balls of steel considering he was basically flying a plane constructed from balsa wood and canvas. Funnily enough he actually lost one bollock during action.

This led to him developing a life long relationship with morphine, and at the height of his power he actually had a personal pharmaceutical factory churning out his favourite opiates.

The man had to be detoxed before he could be tried at Nuremburg as he was popping sixty strong opiate tablets a day. 

It now makes sense why the Luftwaffe went from the far superior air force of the time to using the same planes, and tactics they had since 1938.

The 'messerschmitt me 262' was the world's first operational jet fighter but due to Hitler being on more drugs than Goering, and also being stuck in a WW1 doctrine of building giant artillery pieces it didn't enter production till 1944, despite prototypes being built years earlier.

It wasn't fighting a war on two fronts that fucked the Nazis, but the upper echelon being on more smarties and smack than Kurt Cobain. 

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3 minutes ago, Major Cunt said:

Indeed. Goering was a highly decorated WW1 fighter ace, and also flew alongside 'The Red Baron' (not to be confused with Punkape - The Rear Baron'). The man had balls of steel considering he was basically flying a plane constructed from balsa wood and canvas. Funnily enough he actually lost one of bollocks during action.

This led to him developing a life long relationship with morphine, and at the height of his power he actually had a personal pharmaceutical factory churning out his favourite opiates.

The man had to be detoxed before he could be tried at Nuremburg as he was popping sixty strong opiate tablets a day. 

It now makes sense why the Luftwaffe went from the far superior air force of the time to using the same planes, and tactics they had since 1938. 

A piss up at old Herman’s gaff back in the day would have been a blast; drug, booze and ho’s by the dozen.

He certainly had plenty of charisma and wasn’t the Jew gassing evil cunt like the rest of the Adolf mob 

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19 minutes ago, Stubby Pecker said:

A piss up at old Herman’s gaff back in the day would have been a blast; drug, booze and ho’s by the dozen.

He certainly had plenty of charisma and wasn’t the Jew gassing evil cunt like the rest of the Adolf mob 

Agreed. I was actually watching a documentary where that subject was mentioned, Stubbs. Old Herman's party were apparently the stuff of legends.

The finest French cognac's, wines, champagne ect, all stolen of course. Not to mention his famous hog roasts, pheasants, partridges, you fucking name it, and there were always plenty of aryan hookers on the guest list to suck on your bratwurst. 

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12 hours ago, Major Cunt said:

Indeed. Goering was a highly decorated WW1 fighter ace, and also flew alongside 'The Red Baron' (not to be confused with Punkape - The Rear Baron'). The man had balls of steel considering he was basically flying a plane constructed from balsa wood and canvas. Funnily enough he actually lost one bollock during action.

This led to him developing a life long relationship with morphine, and at the height of his power he actually had a personal pharmaceutical factory churning out his favourite opiates.

The man had to be detoxed before he could be tried at Nuremburg as he was popping sixty strong opiate tablets a day. 

It now makes sense why the Luftwaffe went from the far superior air force of the time to using the same planes, and tactics they had since 1938.

The 'messerschmitt me 262' was the world's first operational jet fighter but due to Hitler being on more drugs than Goering, and also being stuck in a WW1 doctrine of building giant artillery pieces it didn't enter production till 1944, despite prototypes being built years earlier.

It wasn't fighting a war on two fronts that fucked the Nazis, but the upper echelon being on more smarties and smack than Kurt Cobain. 

As opposed to Churchill on....? Some of his staff and army veterans have been able to release a few facts about Churchill's conduct and habits (without being killed by the Establishment or secret service or squashed underneath the Official Secrets Act) which actually chip awat at the pircelain smooth propaganda image of courageous dedication drummed into everybody by the authoritarian state. 

The reason - the only reason - is the stupid blunder of declaring war on America alongside Japan after Pearl Harbour and therefore having to fight a WAR ON TWO FRONTS - a no win situation that Bismarck had skillfully avoided in the C19 allowing the rise of Germany. 

Getting back to Goering I think thwre is a good range of actors who could have played him to a T. By fuck we've had so many fucking boring incarnations of Churchill just to please the propaganda machiine. Who would be your choice to play Goering? Past or present. 

Past: it's gotta be Marlon Brando. Perhaps Albert Finney. 

Present: John Travolta or Micky Rourke, problem is the accent. European actors? Gerard Depardieu? One of those 1970s dubbed international films. 

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1 hour ago, ChildeHarold said:

As opposed to Churchill on....? Some of his staff and army veterans have been able to release a few facts about Churchill's conduct and habits (without being killed by the Establishment or secret service or squashed underneath the Official Secrets Act) which actually chip awat at the pircelain smooth propaganda image of courageous dedication drummed into everybody by the authoritarian state. 

The reason - the only reason - is the stupid blunder of declaring war on America alongside Japan after Pearl Harbour and therefore having to fight a WAR ON TWO FRONTS - a no win situation that Bismarck had skillfully avoided in the C19 allowing the rise of Germany. 

Getting back to Goering I think thwre is a good range of actors who could have played him to a T. By fuck we've had so many fucking boring incarnations of Churchill just to please the propaganda machiine. Who would be your choice to play Goering? Past or present. 

Past: it's gotta be Marlon Brando. Perhaps Albert Finney. 

Present: John Travolta or Micky Rourke, problem is the accent. European actors? Gerard Depardieu? One of those 1970s dubbed international films. 

Adam Sandler

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14 hours ago, Major Cunt said:

Indeed. Goering was a highly decorated WW1 fighter ace, and also flew alongside 'The Red Baron' (not to be confused with Punkape - The Rear Baron'). The man had balls of steel considering he was basically flying a plane constructed from balsa wood and canvas. Funnily enough he actually lost one bollock during action.

This led to him developing a life long relationship with morphine, and at the height of his power he actually had a personal pharmaceutical factory churning out his favourite opiates.

The man had to be detoxed before he could be tried at Nuremburg as he was popping sixty strong opiate tablets a day. 

It now makes sense why the Luftwaffe went from the far superior air force of the time to using the same planes, and tactics they had since 1938.

The 'messerschmitt me 262' was the world's first operational jet fighter but due to Hitler being on more drugs than Goering, and also being stuck in a WW1 doctrine of building giant artillery pieces it didn't enter production till 1944, despite prototypes being built years earlier.

It wasn't fighting a war on two fronts that fucked the Nazis, but the upper echelon being on more smarties and smack than Kurt Cobain. 

I think that with Goering (like most of the real German military top brass) is that they knew that they would lose the war but short of eliminating Hitler there was fuck all they could do. Goering and others sensibly just hoped to drag things out as long as possible in the hope that Hitler would vanish and live as comfortably as possible in the meantime, and held the hope that they might come to some sort of settlement with the Yanks and the British. The problem with invading the UK was that stretch of water called the English Channel. If they had managed to get enough troop across to seize the South of England they would have been seriously weakened .. Churchill actually realised this and understood Hitler and had said that once Hitler realised the problems that they would probably move their attention to Russia which is exactly what they did. The reality was that once the Germans had seized France they had reached the limits of what their manpower could do. Possibly they had actually over reached themselves already. Ironically that stretch of water is the main reason hat being in the EU was not a good thing for the UK.

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33 minutes ago, Hammer of Cunts said:

The Germans had been giving their elite troops and pilots something very similar to crystal meth for years. It was available over the counter to the ordinary workers.

Affectionately known as Panzerschokolade. The Yanks were at it too.

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36 minutes ago, Hammer of Cunts said:

The Germans had been giving their elite troops and pilots something very similar to crystal meth for years. It was available over the counter to the ordinary workers.

 

They had a name for it one of the problems was that the tiredness would kick in after about three days and they could then  need a week or more to recover. Hitler was very healthy up until around 1942 and it was around then that he started taking drugs and by the middle of 1944 he was hooked and a quivering wreck.

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41 minutes ago, Hammer of Cunts said:

The Germans had been giving their elite troops and pilots something very similar to crystal meth for years. It was available over the counter to the ordinary workers.

 

There's an excellent book about this; 'Blitz- Drugs in the Third Reich' by Norman Ohler.  Well worth a read.

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53 minutes ago, Dawn Chorus said:

I think that with Goering (like most of the real German military top brass) is that they knew that they would lose the war but short of eliminating Hitler there was fuck all they could do. Goering and others sensibly just hoped to drag things out as long as possible in the hope that Hitler would vanish and live as comfortably as possible in the meantime, and held the hope that they might come to some sort of settlement with the Yanks and the British. The problem with invading the UK was that stretch of water called the English Channel. If they had managed to get enough troop across to seize the South of England they would have been seriously weakened .. Churchill actually realised this and understood Hitler and had said that once Hitler realised the problems that they would probably move their attention to Russia which is exactly what they did. The reality was that once the Germans had seized France they had reached the limits of what their manpower could do. Possibly they had actually over reached themselves already. Ironically that stretch of water is the main reason hat being in the EU was not a good thing for the UK.

The invasion of Britain was never achievable. Not with the Royal Navy intact. If the germans had got airborne troops into the UK they would have ran out of ammunition and food and with the Royal Navy intact, they wouldn't be able to be supplied. The British still had a sizeable army to call upon.

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13 minutes ago, camberwell gypsy said:

The invasion of Britain was never achievable. Not with the Royal Navy intact. If the germans had got airborne troops into the UK they would have ran out of ammunition and food and with the Royal Navy intact, they wouldn't be able to be supplied. The British still had a sizeable army to call upon.

One of the senior clerks that I knew had been a German pow who had been captured by the British after D day. He said that by early 1944 Germany was losing control in France and no German dared to venture far from anywhere that was not under complete control because the resistance would quickly finish them off. He said that the French were not cowards just that their leaders and military were not prepared.

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34 minutes ago, Dawn Chorus said:

One of the senior clerks that I knew had been a German pow who had been captured by the British after D day. He said that by early 1944 Germany was losing control in France and no German dared to venture far from anywhere that was not under complete control because the resistance would quickly finish them off. He said that the French were not cowards just that their leaders and military were not prepared.

They actually wargamed 'Operation Sealion' back in 1974 at Sandhurst.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Sea_Lion_(wargame)

 

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1 hour ago, Hammer of Cunts said:

The Germans had been giving their elite troops and pilots something very similar to crystal meth for years. It was available over the counter to the ordinary workers.

 

Pervitin 

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41 minutes ago, Dawn Chorus said:

One of the senior clerks that I knew had been a German pow who had been captured by the British after D day. He said that by early 1944 Germany was losing control in France and no German dared to venture far from anywhere that was not under complete control because the resistance would quickly finish them off. He said that the French were not cowards just that their leaders and military were not prepared.

The French army were betrayed by their Politicians. How De Gaulle managed to blag his way to the top while living at the Cafe Royale (or some other cushy billet) for the duration without doing a hands turn baffles me still. Over a million French troops fought throughout by our side in various theatres of war.  A fact that a largely forgotten now.

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17 minutes ago, cuntspotter said:

The French army were betrayed by their Politicians. How De Gaulle managed to blag his way to the top while living at the Cafe Royale (or some other cushy billet) for the duration without doing a hands turn baffles me still. Over a million French troops fought throughout by our side in various theatres of war.  A fact that a largely forgotten now.

The French soldiers could be easily identified by their insignia, a white cross on a white background. 

The motto of their special forces is 'Who Cares Who Wins'

(obviously not the FFL.. before you get all cunty)

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