Monday, June 08, 2009

Sombre Europeans Unite To Commemorate Fight Against, Vote For, Fascism

"We Must Never Forget To Vote For Paranoid, Xenophobic Hatred And Thuggish Persecution Of Inferior Races,"

BBC News, 8th June

Heads were bowed across Europe yesterday as the continent paused to remember the millions of people who gave their lives to create a free, democratic world for fascism and hatred.

World leaders gathered in Normandy to commemorate the D-Day landings, the great military operation which paved the way for the defeat of Nazism, while across Europe voters rushed to the polls to hand racist propagandists a ringing endorsement.

The 65 year anniversary of the landings, in which tens of thousands of allied troops gave their lives, were marked by mass celebrations among Europeans eager to recall how much they hate each other, especially the filthy Untermenschen amongst them who pollute the purity of the Aryan race.

There were tears from veterans as they recalled the sacrifices of their fallen comrades. Terry Baker, 92, recalled how he had seen four friends cut in half by machine gun fire on Juno beach.

"It was so long ago, but I can still remember their deaths it like it happened yesterday," he said. "Of course, what with the way things have turned out, it looks like they would've been better off volunteering for the fucking Wehrmacht."

The weekend's electoral results have been hailed as a triumphant victory for democracy, intolerance and cattle truck manufacturers.

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