Saturday, July 30, 2011 2:12:34 PM
still making films with blonde haired "german" nazis (like i said, germany is not blonde and blue eyed really, skandinavian people are) is an insult to people living in germany. a dictatorship regime that was installed for about 8 years (more than 60 years ago and not a bit like that before 1943) is a sad thing, and when you live here and have to do what the dictator says or you loose everything you got is no fun. US films often show nazi "people" like an own race.. in fact, imagine you get a dictatorship in the usa and have to behave like that. and your dads and grandfathers would have been called "nazi" people of the USA. how would you feel with such a history ? they weren't nazis before 43 and weren`t nazis after the war, and even while the war was going on, german soldiers didn`t want to kill others. they were forced to. can you imagine how hard THAT is ? so USA, please stop making silly and stupid nazi films of germany. just STOP that and stop beeing
Friday, July 29, 2011 1:37:14 AM
again, nazi means nationalist, there are more nationalists in the usa than in germany i believe. we learned from what happened here back then. no people i know would be proud to call themselves german. no doubt, there are many who identify themselves with the german flag that today stands for justice and freedom and is totally different to the third reich flag. i really hope some of you US citizens catch what i am writing here and stop calling german people nazis for a war that happened over 60 years ago and was NOT a german cultural thing like you all believe. come here and talk to people and listen to their stories, how their life was damaged. talk to old people and see they never have been nazis and even helped jewish people risking their own life. stop showing the world how stupid US people are when they talk about this. maybe this will change what european people think of the USA. i really hope so. peace.