You can address yourself to post 29, fine. But shove your jew-bashing where the sun don’t shine as regards mine. The idea that Jews can’t act like nazis, or that it’d be hypocritical to do so, is weird to me. It would make them evil, nothing else, just like other evildoers.
As for the other thing, I was “just sayin’,” as I said. It was meant lightheartedly. And for the record plenty of judeophiles have entertained the possibility. There lingers confusion over why Hitler’s grandfather legal grandfather, Johann Hiedler, waited so long to claim Adolf’s father, Alois, as a son. I also think baptismal records are known to have been altered.
There arr three genet reasons people bring it up: 1). to embarrass Hitler from beyond the grave, 2). to laugh at the near miss of Hitler’s name being Adolf Schicklegruber, or 3). to revel in the idea of Hitler as the ultimate self-hating Jew. I was not interested in the latter. I only meant it flippantly, offering an easy escape from the false picture of hypocritical naziesque jewry.
>>The idea that Jews cant act like nazis
Ever read the books written by Rabbi Antelman?
He explores that subject quite thoroughly.
It’s like that time when...
“Gee, Moses has been up on that hill an awful long time. He and his God must be dead. So hey, let’s throw all our gold into the fire and worship what comes out, AGAIN”
It’s a Ba’al out, get it?