GERMANY: THE UNCUCKENING BEGINS


Only German efficiency could support the unprecedented levels of cucking that have existed in that country since the end of WWII.

But now it looks like those days may finally be coming to an end after Björn Höcke, a member of the nationalist Alternative for Germany Party, denounced the country's war-guilt culture and questioned the point of having holocaust memorials. 

Speaking at an event in Dresden earlier this week, Höcke, who sits in the regional parliament of Thuringia, said, "Our mentality is still that of a totally defeated people. We Germans, our people, are the only people in the world who planted a monument of shame in the middle of our national capital."

Höcke also said that the country's past had been distorted to look "lousy and ridiculous," called the Allied bombing of Dresden in 1945 a "war crime," and called for school history books to be rewritten.

"This ridiculous coping policy paralyses us. We need a complete 180-degree turn. Until now, we have not been able to mourn our own sacrifice."

The disastrous government of Angela Merkel, characterized by a massive influx of migrants and rising rape and violence, proves that you can't have a healthy country with a guilt-ridden history that promotes self-loathing. 

Hopefully this September Alternative for Germany will help put an end to this unfortunate period in German history.

The legacy press reacted to this healthy development by making ludicrous comparisons to Adolf Hitler and the Nazis in a desperate attempt to boost their falling circulations.
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  1. The jews cannot seem to learn from history. You can only push people so far.

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  2. History is a cycle. Despite the high IQ it is hard to defy your own nature, and it is leading the same direction is always has for the tribe.

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  3. History is a cycle. Despite the high IQ it is hard to defy your own nature, and it is leading the same direction is always has for the tribe.

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