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By notanazigrandchildafterall - / Monday 21 September 2015 11:32 / Germany - Leipzig
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By  aylind  |  18

That's really sad actually. I can't imagine what his family must've been like for him to prefer being thought of as a Nazi than a failure. Like, that had to have been some serious pressure. On the bright side op, at least you know your family was actually never tied to the Nazis.

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By  ShadowWolfoxImp  |  18

it sucks thay Naziism is less of a shame than academic failure... one is a way of life, the other fixable.

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I meant, naziism is a way of life, often taught. and typically, it's hard to move away from that. Education is fixable, should you have the desire to. In no way did i mean any of that toward OP, but rather the relative. i have no doubt OP is a nice person, however i worry about the issues that may have come of it, as some who follow Nazi mentalitoes and claim it are shunned for it, even if they themselves do not follow. many times, the descendents are judged based on the actions of the precedent. I apologize that my first comment was unclear in this, and also for this long post. thank you for reading, i hope you have a wonderful day/night.

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  crandel  |  11

Given how prevalent membership in the Nazi party was during the period, it probably wasn't particularly shameful. It's just a convenient excuse to be unable to work. Peak membership was approximately 10% of the German population.

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yeah xD i was nearly asleep when i typed that... my brain didn't wanna go into detail. I figured a deeper explaination was needed. and I agree with the consensus, my first post was totally thumbs down worthy

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  extrasnipes  |  22

you seem like someone whod make 911 jokes, which by the way are plane stupid.

By  aylind  |  18

That's really sad actually. I can't imagine what his family must've been like for him to prefer being thought of as a Nazi than a failure. Like, that had to have been some serious pressure. On the bright side op, at least you know your family was actually never tied to the Nazis.

By  RealFusionz  |  14

What was your grandmother late to?

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  Saub  |  19

Too* Seems like someone is also an academic failure as well.

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  chinaski7628  |  32

Pretty sure, based on context, #7 meant "late to"-- as in, "what was she late for?". I'm also going to make a guess that #7 doesn't know that "late grandmother" is a euphemism in English that means "dead grandmother". Or #7 was making a terrible joke made even worse by poor sentence structure and punctuation.

By  Redoxx_fml  |  22

That's much worse. Anne Frankly he shouldn't have just told the truth

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