• Was Barack Obama a Black Panther?

    Best answer: I just called him and asked him. He says he wasn't.
    Best answer: I just called him and asked him. He says he wasn't.
    19 answers · 1 day ago
  • Was Christianity a anti-roman empire religion?

    I've noticed a recurring theme of the "prophets" aka political intellectuals in middle east under the oppression of the roman empire dictating and mixing their personal grievances/politics into religion to try to spread their ideas throughout roman empire and execute some kind of social change to... show more
    I've noticed a recurring theme of the "prophets" aka political intellectuals in middle east under the oppression of the roman empire dictating and mixing their personal grievances/politics into religion to try to spread their ideas throughout roman empire and execute some kind of social change to undermine the empire. they give some lip service to cesear but overall are trying to undermine the authority of the emperor saying that there is a greater power and the rich elite are sinful/ people should not have so much kind of a socialism against luxury. change the empire's culture and bring it down from within. make the greatest person in the empire from the emperor to someone tortured and executed by the empire and make everyone guilty feeling to be associated with the roman empire instead of proud. And then catholisim was a attempt to co-opt the movement and integrate it into the empire but of course it failed.
    12 answers · 22 hours ago
  • How did slaves light their room?

    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • Where was Winston Churchill during the Blitz during World War 2?

    Was he in London? Or outside London?
    Was he in London? Or outside London?
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • Were there any pros of Adolf Hitler?

    Best answer: Not really significant ones. To be honest, his later career tended to overshadow his artistic side.
    Best answer: Not really significant ones. To be honest, his later career tended to overshadow his artistic side.
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • How were russian jews treated during the holocaust?

    Best answer: The term pogrom is usually applied to anti-Jewish violence in the Russian Empire in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. During World War II, Nazi German death squads encouraged local populations in German-occupied Europe to commit pogroms against Jews. Brand new battalions of Volksdeutscher Selbstschutz... show more
    Best answer: The term pogrom is usually applied to anti-Jewish violence in the Russian Empire in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. During World War II, Nazi German death squads encouraged local populations in German-occupied Europe to commit pogroms against Jews. Brand new battalions of Volksdeutscher Selbstschutz (trained by SD agents) were mobilized from among the German minorities. During Operation Barbarossa which lasted from June 22 to December 5, 1941, Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler established the Schutzmannschaft collaborationist auxiliary battalions and tasked them with carrying out pogroms behind the front lines.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Who was the worst of the Nazi leaders?

    Best answer: Well, in effect, the answer is Hitler. He had the most power and ultimately bears the most responsibility. It terms of who was the worst in terms of pure evil, people who knew both men personally would be more likely to say Dr. Goebbels, the mastermind of Nazi propaganda. Strasser referred to the good doctor as... show more
    Best answer: Well, in effect, the answer is Hitler. He had the most power and ultimately bears the most responsibility. It terms of who was the worst in terms of pure evil, people who knew both men personally would be more likely to say Dr. Goebbels, the mastermind of Nazi propaganda. Strasser referred to the good doctor as "the Devil Himself".
    20 answers · 4 days ago
  • UK. How did the British create the largest empire on earth in 1900?
  • Weren't the Vietcong and the NVA the good guys of the Vietnam war?

    The US govt faked the Gulf of Tonkin hoax to get into Vietnam. They also dumped Agent Orange on the Vietnamese population and did the My Lai massacre. Burnt innocent civilians with napalm. The govt was backing the the tyrannical Diem regime in South Vietnam.
    The US govt faked the Gulf of Tonkin hoax to get into Vietnam. They also dumped Agent Orange on the Vietnamese population and did the My Lai massacre. Burnt innocent civilians with napalm. The govt was backing the the tyrannical Diem regime in South Vietnam.
    7 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Why do people exaggerate things or even totally fabricate things about the Jewish WW II genocide?

    Best answer: There have been so many versions of what happened that no one understands anything. They have all been led to believe the one single theme - the Holocaust happened and that there were gas chambers. What they can't seem to do is get the number of victims right - no one is on the same page. Armouror states that... show more
    Best answer: There have been so many versions of what happened that no one understands anything. They have all been led to believe the one single theme - the Holocaust happened and that there were gas chambers. What they can't seem to do is get the number of victims right - no one is on the same page.

    Armouror states that "The total Murdered By the Nazis in WW2 was 15 Million including the 6 million Jews" The "15 million" is all-inclusive of the Holocaust, even though the "Holocaust" is strictly a Jewish narrative. It's their sympathy card and it's representative of the "6 million" theme that they played in the media between 1915 and 1939.

    When the figure of "6 million" is used to signify the number of Jews murdered by the Nazis and it is based on the difference in the Jewish population in Europe between 1933 and 1948 (which shows an approximate 6 million discrepancy), they ignore that during the same period, the WORLD Jewish population (which includes Europe) actually grew by about a half million.

    The reason for the discrepancy is because of Jewish immigration which you never seem to hear about from Holocaust promoters. In fact, Hitler tried 3 times to relocate the Jews out of Germany. His efforts were blocked twice by Britain and once for economic reasons when other countries couldn't afford to take them in.

    The fact that he tried to relocate the Jews 3 times shows no intention to exterminate them. If he wanted to exterminate them (like he said in Mein Kamph during his radical days - which everyone points to as yet another "smoking gun"), he would have done so first thing and not wasted so much time and resources that could have been put to better use in the war effort.

    The Jews had been persecuted and thrown out of countries all over Eastern Europe and elsewhere for centuries. So why, all of a sudden do the Zionists wage war with Germany over it? (There are some who believe an economic and financial war isn't a "real war".)

    There were no gas chambers in Germany and the Western Allies weren't allowed into the Polish camps after they were liberated by the Soviet Union until much later. Thus, we have no direct proof of gas chambers actually existing there, either. The curators at Auschwitz have admitted that the "gas chamber" on display for the tourists is not the "original". This means that it was *rebuilt* by the Soviets. Therefore, evidence of the "existing gas chamber" has been tampered with prior to being witnessed by anyone from the Western Allies. With only the word of the Soviets and an admission by the curators that it is not original, this "gas chamber" has no credibility, either.
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you think Caesar was too cruel to Vercingetorix, after the latter surrendered to him?

    I mean he honorably defended the gallic lands and then laid down his weapons when he realized he lost, but Rome still imprisoned and executed him. He should have made him governer (or deputy-governor, under a roman) of Gaul or something.
    I mean he honorably defended the gallic lands and then laid down his weapons when he realized he lost, but Rome still imprisoned and executed him. He should have made him governer (or deputy-governor, under a roman) of Gaul or something.
    6 answers · 9 hours ago
  • On 9/11, did the firefighters waste their time and lives by going into the World Trade Centre buildings? Did they save anyone?

    Would it have been better if the fire fighters didn't go into the buildings? Would less lives had been lost that day, with the accumulated number of dealths due to the dead firefighters?
    Would it have been better if the fire fighters didn't go into the buildings? Would less lives had been lost that day, with the accumulated number of dealths due to the dead firefighters?
    7 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Dud Puritans ban Halloween?

    Best answer: Halloween, Christmas, etc. They weren't fun guys
    Best answer: Halloween, Christmas, etc. They weren't fun guys
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • After the Civil War, how did the slaves know they were free?

    For domestic slaves in the big cities it would be hard to hide the news of their emancipation from them. But what about all the agricutural slaves? Very few slaves could read or write, in fact up until the very moment slavery was abolished, it was illegal in most places to teach slaves to read or write. And most... show more
    For domestic slaves in the big cities it would be hard to hide the news of their emancipation from them. But what about all the agricutural slaves? Very few slaves could read or write, in fact up until the very moment slavery was abolished, it was illegal in most places to teach slaves to read or write. And most slaves knew nothing of the world outside the one plantation, or few plantations, that they worked on their entire life. As far as the majority of slaves would have known, blacks are slaves everywhere and there is no place they can go for freedom. In fact, this is a lie they would likely have been brought up to believe. Think about it: Why would a slave owner teach the slaves about free States and Slave States, and about how absolute freedom exists if they make itnto Canada? This is exactly why slaves were kept illiterate, so they would NOT know these things. This being said, the war is over, the 14th Amendment is passed, and on paper, slavery is no more. How did plantation slaves know about this? Seems to me most planters would simply neglect to mention this fact to his now former slaves, and let them go on believing that nothing has changed, thus keeping his free labor for perhaps years or decades to come. Any insight to what happened in this regard?
    6 answers · 2 hours ago
  • Why didn’t America try to take over England after the war of 1812?

    Best answer: America was a small, poor, barely unified agricultural country and the Britain was a wealthy imperial giant. The US wouldn't have stood a chance. It would be like if Puerto Rico split off from the US and then tried to take it over. Maybe it would be able to get independence, but it would have to be totally... show more
    Best answer: America was a small, poor, barely unified agricultural country and the Britain was a wealthy imperial giant. The US wouldn't have stood a chance. It would be like if Puerto Rico split off from the US and then tried to take it over. Maybe it would be able to get independence, but it would have to be totally idiotic to try to take us over after that. Hope this helps, happy drinking.
    20 answers · 5 days ago