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/p/ 103023: Hello, german brothers. Today I've learnt you&#...

kuldarkalvik Avatar
kuldarkalvik:#103023

Hello, german brothers.

Today I've learnt you've lost like two thirds of your original territory to your neighbours, and also got your population expelled from those territories more than once. Russia even annexed some of your most precious land there! Now, my questions are:

>Do you germans really have any interest in recovering the stolen land from the french, belgians, danes, croats, czechs, poles, russians and lithuanians? Why?

>Is there (in Germany/Austria) any political organization vowing to recover any lost land? If so, which? If not, why?

>Is there (in Germany/Austria) any organization remembering the slaughtered and/or expelled population from their former land? If so, which?

>Is there (in the lost land) any german majority or major minority settlement? If so, where?

>Do you think cities like Stettin, Kolberg, Köslin (Pomerania), Danzig (Westpreussen), Breslau (Schlesien), Königsberg (Ostpreussen) and Posen (Posen) need to be returned to Germany? Why?

Thank you for your time!

justinrhee Avatar
justinrhee:#103028

>>103023
>Do you germans really have any interest in recovering the stolen land from the french, belgians, danes, croats, czechs, poles, russians and lithuanians? Why?

I guess there is no mentionable force who really (still) would really have serious interests in that.

German patriot movement has much other problems und things to achieve.

For example to get the (arab) foreigners off and out again from our remained german territory.
And to get back political sovereignty and full end of the occupation statute and state of still allied occupation.

>Is there (in Germany/Austria) any political organization vowing to recover any lost land? If so, which? If not, why?

Not really. There are some small associations of the expelled german people who once lived on that territories, but most of their members are much aged now.
And most of the expelled are deceased now.

>Is there (in Germany/Austria) any organization remembering the slaughtered and/or expelled population from their former land? If so, which?

I guess the Association of Expellees does. And some groups at the german National Democratic Party maybe or surely.

>Is there (in the lost land) any german majority or major minority settlement? If so, where?

Not to my information. Since as the germans therefore had been expelled to ensure, that no germans and nor german majority would be left.

>Do you think cities like Stettin, Kolberg, Köslin (Pomerania), Danzig (Westpreussen), Breslau (Schlesien), Königsberg (Ostpreussen) and Posen (Posen) need to be returned to Germany? Why?

I guess it's to late for that. Now.
How can one claim back territories when no one of the own folks remained there and the territory is settled by other since now for 3/4 of a century?

And what for we should demand them back and fight for them?
For a german folk and people that grews older and older and smaller and smaller from decade to decade?

Also many towns gotten decayed and rotten under bolshevik and polish government.
So what we should need these towns for? And why should fight to get back them?
Half of eastern Germany (ex-GDR) lays deindustrialized and empty down now since german reunion 1990.

Maybe to resettle and displace "our" jobless arabs to these areas, but spontaniously that's the only idea and reason me coming in mind to this.

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Note: Officially / according to international law these territories still belong to the (still existing and never dissolved) German Reich.

And are just under polish administration. Same as the territories, that today are called and known as "Germany", are just the parts of the German Reich that are put under allied occupational administration (and their founded "FRG-Company") since 1945.

Means: If one day USA, Britain and France would sign and give us Germans a full and real peace treaty, the German Reich would be and could be revived and re-established again. In all it's old territories and size. Since these old territories are just under foreign (mostly polish) administration. And Poland don't really got ownership on these territories.

That's not common knowledge but that's the factual lawful statutory situation after international law and treaties, even the occupational administration company "FRG" (currently run by the board director Merkel) doesn't want that to be said and spoken out too loud and clear.

But nonetheless I think that it's now too late and too much time passed away and gone by, to ever really being able to really get back again these territories for serious.

keremk Avatar
keremk:#103030

>>103023
we have land in the us , Brasil and elsewhere ; anyone working there works for us under our given conditions . SS Landlord - Herrenmensch since 10000 years

arashmanteghi Avatar
arashmanteghi:#103031

>>103023
>stolen land from the croats,

It's don't

alessandroribe Avatar
alessandroribe:#103038

>Do you germans really have any interest in recovering the stolen land from the french, belgians, danes, croats, czechs, poles, russians and lithuanians? Why?
I don't. Because it's long past and I couldn't care less about something like national clay.

>Is there (in Germany/Austria) any political organization vowing to recover any lost land? If so, which? If not, why?
No. The people who did want to return to their native land are now very old or dead, and the younger generations care about other issues, even if they are rightist/nationalist.

>Is there (in the lost land) any german majority or major minority settlement? If so, where?
Not that I know of. There's a small region in Belgium that speaks German, and in Elsaß German culture still has some influence, but nothing major anywhere.

>Do you think cities like Stettin, Kolberg, Köslin (Pomerania), Danzig (Westpreussen), Breslau (Schlesien), Königsberg (Ostpreussen) and Posen (Posen) need to be returned to Germany? Why?
I don't, see 1st question. No one really cares any more, and which ever way you look at it, Germany lost the war fair and square, vae victis.

davidbaldie Avatar
davidbaldie:#103039

Oh, and I forgot
>Is there (in Germany/Austria) any organization remembering the slaughtered and/or expelled population from their former land? If so, which?
Yeah, there is the Bund der Vertriebenen, the organization for expelled Germans. They used to be pretty influential in the early phase of the Bundesrepublik and always held pretty far-right views, especially in terms of nationalism. They did campaign quite a bit for a Germany in (more or less) pre-war borders, but that died down from the 70s onwards, due to the shift of political ideology with the arrival of 70s leftism, and of course most of the people who cared simply are too old or dead by now.

As for remembrance of the German victims of WWII, the rightist parties still make quite a deal out of this, especially the NPD. They still commemorate every year what they call the "Bombenterror von Dresden". As you can imagine, this is a minority thing, though, and most other Germans frown upon or are openly hostile towards this.

tereshenkov Avatar
tereshenkov:#103040

>>103038
>>103039
t. Antifa-Cuck-Retard

aio___ Avatar
aio___:#103041

>>103040
Read Nietzsche, then tell me why an Übermensch should be concerned with something as mediocre and redundant as the Nation.

mylesb Avatar
mylesb:#103046

>>103041
Because you can't be an "Übermensch" without stable ground under your feet. And then just can be an "Übervogel". That you seem to be.

And Nietzsche is just a chatty writer. And not a prophet, nor a god. Not even a new god.

vladyn Avatar
vladyn:#103063

>>103046
Stable ground is built by things like bank account, owned property, skills, knowledge, personality, education, social network, state of law and legal certainty etc. not by some Africa tier tribalistic-ethnic identity construct like "the nation".

rcass Avatar
rcass:#103117

>>103063
> Stable ground is built by things like bank account
> bank account

Had a laugh. You should go work as clown.

woodydotmx Avatar
woodydotmx:#103122

>>103063
>Stable ground is built by things like bank account, owned property, skills,

Interdasting. And funny.

How will your identity look like and what will happen with your identity when you one fine day go bankrupt, lose your property and lose your skills in cause of malady or age?

You build your identity on ephemeral bullshit and materialistic crap and call that a "stable ground". You're a joke and just an "Überwitz".

yassiryahya Avatar
yassiryahya:#103126

>>103122
And your solution is: don't get your own identity in the first place? Or: better share your identity with 80 million others?