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Oh I know.

March 15 2004 at 5:43 PM
  (Login Vil_Elliott)
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Response to Poor old Mephisto

Among other things, its a good luck symbol. Its meant to bring good luck to whoever adopts it. Finland used it on all of its vehicles until well into the Winter War with Russia. Lots of armies used it. To think that it is an inherintly evil symbol is absolutely retarded. If the simplest design you can make, is an X, consisting of just two lines, then its natural eventually you will get a swastika. Hell, it looks cool! I like the design of it. And I like the fact that its good luck. I'd wear a white shirt with a big black swastika on it all over town, if I wouldnt get beaten, shot, lynched, and killed in rapid succession.

I just didnt know that Germany used that symbol on their equipment. Now I know, hehe!


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