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June 4th, 2013 at 1:00 pm by David Farrar

On yesterday:

AM: David farrar is though..Herman Goebles of the National patti.

DPF: If you’re going to compare someone whose relatives were killed by the Nazis to a Nazi, could you at least spell their name right – it is Goebells! And his first name was (Paul) Joseph. Hermann was Goering. He was the plane guy, not the propaganda guy. How depressing that I get compared to a composite Nazi instead of a real one. I blame the education system.

AM: And you are a spelling fascist as well. Just great…you know what you do..use msm to peddle your fascist friends views…

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25 Responses to “Fun on Facebook”

  1. Redbaiter (10,470 comments) says:

    Yeah the left controlled education system is to blame for so many misconceptions relating to history.

    Like that the leftist National Socialist Worker’s Party (NAZI party) was “right wing” when it grew in opposition to communists only from a left wing perspective and then became the same kind of murdering totalitarian nightmare that has characterised almost every period when leftists have enjoyed untrameled political power.

    Inside every leftist there is a totalitarian screaming to get out.

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  2. Brian Harmer (687 comments) says:

    I am not sure that it is not more hilarious that you also mis-spelled Goebbels (one “l”) … :-)

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  3. gump (1,685 comments) says:

    Nitpick – I’m pretty sure that it should be spelled Goebbels, not Goebells.

    Edit – Beaten like a red-headed step child!

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  4. James Stephenson (2,268 comments) says:

    Whose “law” is it, that any forum post picking up another poster’s spelling or grammar error, will invariably contain some simple error itself?

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  5. wreck1080 (4,001 comments) says:

    children.

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  6. RRM (10,104 comments) says:

    I think this story needs links. or at least a screenshot…

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  7. RRM (10,104 comments) says:

    Also you need to submit it to Lamebook Fans…

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  8. iMP (2,457 comments) says:

    Wasn’t Herman Goering the guy involved in the dietry Battle of the Bulge? DPF could outrun that fat B. any day.

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  9. Manolo (14,179 comments) says:

    Ah, Faecesbook, that essential source of information.

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  10. Weihana (4,621 comments) says:

    Redbaiter (3,200) Says:
    June 4th, 2013 at 1:08 pm

    Inside every leftist there is a totalitarian screaming to get out.

    …and yet you champion Singapore at every turn. A country without a free press, with arbitrary detention, and execution of non-violent offenders. Or in other words: “freedom”.

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  11. Ed Snack (1,941 comments) says:

    Oddly enough, Goebbels was rather involved in the show trial that followed the Reichstag fire. Interesting to see what the outcome of that trial was. To save people the effort of looking it up, four were charged including 3 leading Comintern agents (including the apparent head of the Comintern in western europe, plus a dutchman van der Lubbe. Lubbe was found guilty and executed (by Guillotine as it happens, that was the method in Saxony at the time). The three Comintern agents were found not guilty and expelled to the Soviet Union. All three were later executed by Stalin for unrelated reasons.

    Although it is widely believed that the Nazi’s set van der Lubbe up to start the fire, the evidence is not conclusive as far as I can tell. The Nazi’s however did use the episode to arrest all the far left members of the Reichstag and thus give themselves a parliamentary majority, something they lacked until that time. Purely on the basis of ‘who benefits” the case for the fire being a Nazi conspiracy is quite compelling.

    Also, Goebbels wasn’t terribly good as a propagandist, really. The accolades for a successful propagandist should surely go to the (nameless) figure leading Stalin’s “PR” efforts.

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  12. greenjacket (486 comments) says:

    So who is ‘AM’? Sunlight is the best disinfectant.
    It is also possibly good for mental health authorities to know if one of their patients is posting under ‘AM’.

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  13. Redbaiter (10,470 comments) says:

    “and yet you champion Singapore at every turn.”

    Glad you brought this up because that is not what I do. I merely use Singapore to example a few different political outcomes.

    For example Singapore does not have welfare. It does not have a left wing political party of any significance. It’s citizens do not seem to suffer or pine for lack of these things when the left always advance the argument that you can’t live without them.

    Singapore proves this claim a lie, and I use references to Singapore to expose this lie.

    Furthermore I do not accept your partisan claims about whether Singapore is “free” or not. I reject most of your stuff as bigoted uninformed nonsense.

    In fact Singapore has many more freedoms than NZ, especially in respect of the vote not being held prisoner by a huge number of politically convenient recipients of government largess. Welfare is one sure way to fuck up a democracy.

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  14. Tom Jackson (2,553 comments) says:

    For example Singapore does not have welfare

    Horse hockey!

    They have compulsory medical savings accounts which are subsidized when necessary. It’s welfare in all but name. Just another alternative to compulsory medical insurance like Obamacare.

    And the government subsidizes 80% of housing, which is the sort of high rise accommodation that Aucklanders are currently whining about.

    It’s a massively interventionist government.

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  15. Tom Jackson (2,553 comments) says:

    In fact Singapore has many more freedoms than NZ

    Lol wut?

    You mean the country where it was/is illegal for men to sport long hair? The only other country I can think of that does that is North Korea.

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  16. Weihana (4,621 comments) says:

    Redbaiter (3,202) Says:
    June 4th, 2013 at 2:00 pm

    Glad you brought this up because that is not what I do. I merely use Singapore to example a few different political outcomes.

    For example Singapore does not have welfare.

    Which is a great point… if only it were true. It may not have a welfare state in the sense that we do, but it does nevertheless provide welfare and has redistributive policies. Consider healthcare where foreign workers pay the tax but do not receive any subsidies. You can give it whatever label you want, but it is still a transfer of wealth to those who need it.

    Overall government spending is substantially lower, but it is certainly not zero and this of course is all suited to its economic niche which relies on large scale migration and providing of a competitive advantage to foreign corporations that operate there.

    Furthermore I do not accept your partisan claims about whether Singapore is “free” or not. I reject most of your stuff as bigoted uninformed nonsense.


    In this year’s Freedom of The Press report published Wednesday by Freedom House, Singapore’s press was rated “Not Free” and was ranked 153rd in the world, tied with Afghanistan, Iraq and Qatar. Norway and Sweden tied for tops, while North Korea and Turkmenistan tied for the bottom two.

    http://sg.news.yahoo.com/singapore-falls-to-record-low-place-in-press-freedom-ranking-035131531.html


    (Bangkok) – Singapore continued its strict controls on free association, expression, assembly, and other basic rights in 2012, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2013.

    In its 665-page report, Human Rights Watch assessed progress on human rights during the past year in more than 90 countries, including an analysis of the aftermath of the Arab Spring.

    In Singapore, the slight relaxation of mandatory death penalty laws and curbs on an opposition party leader did little to relieve the severe restrictions the government imposes on civil society, Human Rights Watch said.

    “Singaporeans who hand out political leaflets or publicly criticize a senior official can face a gauntlet of punishments, including bankruptcy-inducing fines, travel bans, and prison terms,” said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “In Singapore, rights are only for those who reliably toe the government line.”

    http://www.hrw.org/news/2013/02/01/singapore-running-place-human-rights

    In fact Singapore has many more freedoms than NZ, especially in respect of the vote not being held prisoner by a huge number of politically convenient recipients of government largess. Welfare is one sure way to fuck up a democracy.

    Or in other words, it’s only democracy if Redbaiter agrees with the outcome.

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  17. Tom Jackson (2,553 comments) says:

    Redbaiter’s paradise of freedom makes it illegal to walk around your own house naked.

    And other weird Singaporean laws:

    1) It is against the law and a public caning offense to not flush the toilet after using it. Special police randomly check on public restrooms.

    2) It is illegal to perform oral sex unless it is part of foreplay leading to full sex.

    3) Anyone not flushing a public toilet may receive a large fine.

    4) A person convicted of littering three times, will have to clean the streets on Sundays wearing a sign saying “I am a litter lout.”

    5) Relieving yourself in an elevator is particularly forbidden

    6) No hugging without permission, you can be charged for outraging modesty. Jail or fine.

    7) No mooning pranks ie not drop down your pants. Its call insulting modesty. Fine. Nick Leeson was charged for that.

    8) No grass. Its call drug consumption. Long jail.

    9) No writing removable marking ink on someone else car. Its called vandalism. Cane. Ask Micheal Faye.

    10) No sports or bar brawl. Its called Affray. One week jail.

    11) No pocketknife in public places. Cane for locals. Deportation for foreigners. One person from Japan fought his way out in court.

    12) No expletives especially at women. Its called insulting her modesty. One architect got fine or jail. I can’t remember which punishment he got.

    13) No mention of the word ’bomb’. Whether in humor or anything. The bomb squad, goon squads will be all over you. One mother got it at the airport. Got interrogated for hours. Missed her flight of course.

    14) No poking adverse comments at religion. You can be cited for sedition. Very serious matter. Ask one blogger. Or the Danish film producer.

    15) No guns of any kind. Even electronic starter ’gun’. All guns are illegal in Singapore. Call them anything else or surrender it to the arms and explosive department.

    16) No firecrackers. I think it is jail/cane/fine.

    17) Only local ciggies allowed. 2 charges. One for illegal smuggling. Sentence further upsized for evading sales tax.

    18) No pranks such as pulling another pants down. 2 charges. One for molest, the other for usining criminal force.

    19) No utterance, ’I kill you’ or waving a chopper even if you happen to be in the kitchen chopping veggies. Its called criminal intimidation. Lady jailed after losing appeal.

    20) Don’t introduce any stranger as your good friend and speak well of him. Its called abetment if he happens to be crook. Jail.

    21) No fancy gifts like Playboy magazines. its called possession of pornographic materials. Fine on per item basis. The boys can go Geylang or the 4 floors of whores by themselves.

    22) Do not call yourself a ’Hollywood movie’ producer when everyone with half a brain knows you aren’t. Its called impersonation. An extra charge to upsize your original offense..

    23) Do not login on to someone unsecured wireless broadband. Its called hacking. Fine/Jail.

    24) Homosexual sex is illegal

    25) No illegal gatherings after 10pm. It will be considered as an illegal gathering if it consist of more than 2 people. Police officers will question you and your gang.

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  18. KiwiGreg (3,279 comments) says:

    1 or 3, which one? Looks like someone’s random internet list.

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  19. Redbaiter (10,470 comments) says:

    “It may not have a welfare state in the sense that we do,”

    Exactly right, and that is all that really matters. The homogenous success of Singapore proves that your welfare state is not required in any civilised modern society and it exists today in NZ and other western countries only as a means to power for cynical left wing tyrants.

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  20. Redbaiter (10,470 comments) says:

    The funny thing is all those who like to beat up Singapore only very infrequently have anything to say about Cuba, where people risk life and limb to escape from. Over 100,000 deaths are attributed to the tyrant Castro and his regime.

    Yet there is comparative silence from all of our protectors of freedom who go after Singapore.

    Would anyone out there have a clue why that would be?

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  21. Weihana (4,621 comments) says:

    Redbaiter (3,217) Says:
    June 4th, 2013 at 3:35 pm

    The funny thing is all those who like to beat up Singapore only very infrequently have anything to say about Cuba…

    I don’t favour Cuba either.

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  22. b1gdaddynz (279 comments) says:

    If the laws in Singapore were as relaxed as New Zealand the place would be buried under filth in a month!

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  23. b1gdaddynz (279 comments) says:

    How did we get sidetracked on Singapore in a post about someone being pathetic enough to call someone of Jewish decent a Nazi? It’s bad enough as someone of German decent (Since 1880) and getting called a Nazi by pretty much everyone who finds out!

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  24. Lance (2,719 comments) says:

    @Tom Jackson
    In posting that long list of offenses in Singapore… I assume therefore that you think everything on it should be legal like:
    Urinating in elevators, bar brawls, guns, public nakedness, saying you have a bomb at an airport, fraud, hacking etc?

    Say no more..

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  25. Andronicus (219 comments) says:

    Singapore is a democracy in name only, in a practical sense it is a dictatorship. The same party always wins elections and opponents are constantly harassed.

    DPF:Please note there is only one “l” in Goebels.

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