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Re: Mussolini photos

Post by carius » 18 Jun 2014 06:56

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Hello to all :D; more............................................

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Post by tigre » 18 May 2022 03:14

Hello to all :D; more............................................

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Re: Mussolini photos

Post by carius » 07 Nov 2022 04:05

Mussolini color.jpg
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Re: Mussolini photos

Post by carius » 09 Nov 2022 04:14

adolf hitler benito mussolini.jpg
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Re: Mussolini photos

Post by carius » 12 Nov 2022 15:07

Generalfeldmarschall Keitel with interim baton, chatting with Il Duce.jpg
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Re: Mussolini photos

Post by Hans1906 » 12 Nov 2022 23:01

How about the photos of a crushed and battered Mussolini after his death.
The pictures, where the victors finally got to punch and kick him...

The pictures and videos are reminiscent of the dead Gaddafi, on whom the victors let off steam. You can't kill a person twice, desecrating a corpse, no matter who, that's unacceptable.

It's not the corpse, it's a principle, the dead "don't care", the anger of the abusers is understandable, what would have become of a Hitler's corpse, torn into small pieces, saved worlwide.

Death is not enough, one has to desecrate the corpse, but in how many parts.. ?

A human reaction, how could you be there, for what, more revenge on a dead man, Mussolini was a man too...
This total annihilation, this self-extinction down to nothing, that was probably what led Hitler to his suicide.


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Post by Hans1906 » 12 Nov 2022 23:24

The Nazis repeatedly hanged many people, resuscitated them, and then rehung them to revel in their torment.
It was exactly like that, the agony of death wasn't enough for these sadists, they wanted to see the suffering over and over again, captured on film.

And a little later you watched Walt Disney films for your own entertainment.
One cringe today at this perversion, but that's how it was.

I have no answers, nor questions, the wickedness of us humans is immeasurable, most certainly for each of us all...
I'm not a "good" person, revenge is very close to me, but there are limits for me personally, the execution of the Ceaușescu couple was one of those limits.


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