Talk:Adolf Hitler

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Okay, the Ruth Cohn thing is just sick. BoArthur

To clarify. I find the irony extremely poignant that you've partnered him off with a Jewess *there*. Let no-one doubt that Hitler is *not* the same *there* as *here*! BoArthur
Hm. Seems I've struck a nerve. What is the problem? What makes it "sick", exactly? How are you sure she's a Jew? (Are you certain he's not?) If you're so offended, at least explain it to me -- if there really is a problem with that, it might could be altered. Or it might could not, depending. And you're right, he's nòt the same man *there* as *here*! Elemtilas
I'm pretty sure he meant 'sick' in the "shocking -- but shockingly good" way. Steg Boroparkpyro 20:36, 3 January 2006 (PST)
I'm unaware of that usage of "sick". Elemtilas 20:49, 3 January 2006 (PST)
To tell you, I'm not sure, actually how I meant that..... BoArthur 21:27, 3 January 2006 (PST)
Fair enough. Hereabouts, when something (espy. of this nature) is said to be "sick", it means twisted or demented. Elemtilas 23:51, 3 January 2006 (PST)

And of course, thank you for correcting all my typoes! [PB]


I saw a documentary earlier this year that traced the last of the Hitlers. They were sons of a sibling or a half-sibling who fled Germany to Britain before the war. The brothers now live anonymously in the U.S. None have ever married. Any genealogical material on the family, including the family village itself, was destroyed when the Nazis came to power. - AndrewSmith

Wasn't aware of that! I wasn't aware there were any halfsiblings (did the documentary say if they were right or left half?) but I guess it wouldn't be unusual. I wonder about that destruction: a bit of personal/family history coverup? Elemtilas

Might he have some sort of Jewish ancestry, as has been rumoured *here*? (It's been debunked *here*--Hitler was no "self-hating Jew" or whatever, just an asshole conard, if you'll pardon mon français.) If anyone finds this offensive, I'll strike it off, of course (being a goy I need to tread lightly with this sort of stuff). Juan Martin Velez Linares 19:07, 02 Nov 2015 (CDT)

I don't see why not, but I too, as one of the goyim will defer to others, such as Rabbi Belsky. And I fixed your French, Señor Martin -- it's pronounced conard (cone-ARRR). BoArthur 11:43, 3 November 2015 (PST)

Blitzkrieg or Blixtkrig

As I questioned on Conculture, I wonder if Hitler might not have used Blixtkrig rather than Blitzkrieg, which would have been more familiar to his North American audience on account of New Sweden and New Iceland. Boreanesia 23:08, 23 Aug 2005 (PDT)

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