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Apparently, I'm a Nazi... by crazylaura64 Apparently, I'm a Nazi... by crazylaura64
...Because I'm interested in the Third Reich.

Such is the idiocity of the internet sometimes...

Bottom line: I am NOT a Nazi, nor will I ever be a Nazi. I just happen to be interested in Nazis. If I was a Nazi, I'd probably be sporting one of those batshit-annoying flashing swastika avatars.
Then again, displaying Nazi-related symbols of your avvie/profile/sig/whatever doesn't really help your case. :|
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DarkRoland666 Mar 21, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
faceinthekeyboardplz Feb 10, 2014
The soldiers weren't the evil people nor the generals the real evil was the source you know who brainwashed Germany
Chrismilesprower Feb 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I can respect that.
Idontknowwhoyouknow Sep 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
... well, this does not happen only in interest in the Third Reich, but interest in colonization of countries! As a person who is interested in both the dark and wonderful parts of history, I think the people who say this should rethink that.
I don't condone any of the Nazis' actions or philosophies, but they were pretty fascinating, and they had some really killer looking gear. Not to mention, they did manage some crazy technological achievements, such as the infamous V2 rocket.
By learning about the Third Reich, Hitler, the Nazi, The Master Race, and the WW2 over-all we can truly appreciate if we were born after the war, and know to be very happy that Germany lost the war. As sick and dark place as the world is, the events of the WW2 remind me that it could be so much worse.

Even though the last nazis are dying, and evetually also will those who were born duting the war and survived it - they should never be forgotten or ignored.

For that and because millions of people were sadistically and systematically tortured and murdered by the nazi, simply because they had a certain nationality/religious view, race or good grief even just a disablity...families were torn apart and people left with eternal mental, spiritual and physical wounds.

I concider interest in the reasons to be some form of respect towards the victims. That people care about the past and their suffering and why/what-for it happened, rather than look the other way just because it was terrible.

Of course if one was interested in it with certain type of enhuastic mentality for the nazis' belief, then there would be a problem. But indeed, being interested in the Third Reich doesn't automatically mean that. You can simply be interested in its historical and psychological backgrounds and possibly in emotional connection to the victims.

Some people should just grow up, or get over whatever is blocking their reasonably thinking.
thanks for making this stamp! this is very very true. :)
Scarecrow113 Jul 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I get it worse. I'm German, therefore I can't mention WWII without someone bringing up nazis.
WolfBandit-Maverick Jul 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm intrested in the thrid reich, I'm learning German, and I want to go to germany and I'm a history buff about ww2. some idiots call me a nazi and it pisses me off. thanks for making this stamp, so using it!
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