Skip to comments.Alois Schicklgruber Advocated The Registration of Guns
Posted on 04/20/2014 5:53:42 PM PDT by lbryce
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It was pretty effective wasn’t it?
1938 and 1968 were very good years for the movement.
And then there's Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership
Sorry, a little immature fun with names.
I always wonder about politicians who change their names. . . .
If his father hadn’t changed the family surname he would not have become ruler of Germany...no one could pledge eternal allegiance to a doofus with bad hair, goofy mustache, and a name like Schicklgruber. hahahahaha
Yes, it was.Not that Jews were ever known as the gunslingers
of Bavaria. But still, getting a sense of the future, killing off any number of Nazis would have been better thaan none.
This quote however is accurate.
Der größte Unsinn, den man in den besetzen Ostgebieten machen könnte, sei der, den unterworfenen Völkern Waffen zu geben. Die Geschichte lehre, daß alle Herrenvölker untergegangen seien, nachdem sie den von ihnen unterworfenen Volkern Waffen bewilligt hatten.
[The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to permit the conquered Eastern peoples to have arms. History teaches that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by doing so.]
-- Adolf Hitler (1889-1945), April 11, 1942, quoted in Hitlers Tischegesprache Im Fuhrerhauptquartier 1941-1942. [Hitlers Table-Talk at the Fuhrers Headquarters 1941-1942], Dr. Henry Picker, ed. (Athenaum-Verlag, Bonn, 1951)
Probably at the behest of their French masters.
That is historical conjecture that throngs of Nazis in their lederhosen and viener shnitzel bursting at the top of their lungs shouting Heil Schickelgruber! would have ended the Nazi regime in a matter of days. Had Hitler’s name not been changed right before his 18th birthday, it would seem unlikely a name like Schikelgruber to have had the effect to have spurned the Nazis on as they shouted some circus clown’s surname in a war of such ferocity and brutality.
Likewise if Josef Dzhugashvili didn’t shorten his name to “Stalin.”
Yes. I would have to concur that no matter how despotic and tyrannical this former student of the priesthood would have demonstrated himself to be, he would very well have ended up driving a tractor on some Siberian collective.
Or he still would have been known as “Koba”, the bank robber.
But at about the same time, a guy with a goofy mustache named Sosso Dzhugashvili gained total control of a nearby country.
Soso, um, that was Stalin, right?
Soso was like a nickname I think, but the surname of Dzhugashvili was, I believe, Stalin’s real last name
before he changed it?
That’s a weird last name for sure :-)
I did not know that. So how is it that a bank robber began studying in the priesthood?
That was Adolph’s Father’s original name. He wanted to change it to “Hidler”, but misspelled it when he did.
Isnt it odd that sociopathic megalomaniacs like to change their names .
Hey, what ever happened to Barry Soetero?
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