Dec 15, 2014

A Time to Love and a Time to Die




Ironically, despite being remembered as a master of melodrama, Danish-German auteur Douglas Sirk’s most personal cinematic work was probably a war film, which, as his asinine WWII era agitprop piece Hitler's Madman (1943)—a completely fictionalized account of the assassination of SS-Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heyrich (incidentally, fellow recent anti-Nazi emigre Fritz Lang also directed a cheap agitprop piece based on the incident the same year entitled Hangmen Also Die! (1943))—demonstrates, it was not exactly a genre he had a special talent for. Indeed, while A Time to Love and a Time to Die (1958)—a work based on the 1954 novel of the same name (the original German title is Zeit zu leben und Zeit zu sterben) by first class frog-kraut pacifist pansy and distinguished traitor Erich Maria Remarque—might be a war film full of exploding buildings and brutalized Aryan corpses, it is also a malignantly melancholy melodrama full of despair, pessimism, hopelessness, and even a smidgen of nihilism that concludes on a decidedly dejecting note that not only speaks volumes about the filmmaker's thoughts on the Second World War and humanity in general, but also the tragic death of his sole progeny. The filmmaker’s penultimate work before directing the racially-charged hit Imitation of Life (1959) starring Lana Turner, retiring from filmmaking altogether, and relocating to Switzerland, the film was a rather personal work for Sirk because, like the protagonist in the film, his estranged Nazi actor son Klaus Detlef Sierck (1925-1944) died a pointless lonely death towards the end of Second World War on the Eastern Front while serving in the German Wehrmacht. Although he directed a couple films in Germany during the Third Reich period, including the huge UFA box-office hit La Habanera (1937) starring exotic Swedish diva Zarah Leander, Sirk (whose real name was Hans Detlef Sierck before anglicizing it upon moving to the U.S.) was a well known hardcore leftist with a Jewish wife who directed works by philo-Semitic kraut commie playwright Bertolt Brecht for the stage. After marrying Jewess Hilde Jary, Sirk’s first wife refused to allow him to see their son Klaus and when the auteur decided to flee from Uncle Adolf’s Reich in 1937 and eventually move to the United States where he began directing anti-Nazi propaganda films during the early 1940s, it guaranteed that he would never be able to see or contact his son again. Ironically, son Klaus become a Nazi child actor who starred in over a dozen films before his tragic untimely death, including three works by Veit ‘Jew Süss’ Harlan who, as the unrivaled master of high-camp National Socialist melodramas, was a sort of unofficial artistic nemesis to the elder Sirk.  Notably, Nazi Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels was indirectly responsible for the youngrt Sirk's death, as he took an irrational dislike to the boy, made the baseless accusation he was a homosexual (even sending him before the Gestapo to answer for imaginary aberrosexual crimes), cut many of his scenes from Harlan's Frederick the Great war epic Der große König (1942) aka The Great King, forbade the boy from acting in anymore films, and sent him to the Eastern Front where he would ultimately die.  After the Second World War, Sirk, who had no clue his son had perished in the Slavic lands like so many other German boys his age, came back to Germany to look for Klaus, only to learn what no father should have to discover.  Later, in an interview with John Halliday, Sirk would reveal his hope that his son was at least able to find love before he died, with A Time to Love and a Time to Die being “one possible” scenario that might have happened to Klaus Detlef Sierck.





Made at a time when the last thing that the happy stupid American victors wanted to see was a film depicting the incomparable suffering that all Germans—both good and bad, as well as young and old—experienced during the Second World War, A Time to Love and a Time to Die is certainly not a work that exonerates Germany for National Socialism, hence why it has been somewhat rightfully dubbed All Quiet on the Eastern Front, but it does make the Normandy Invasion and other oftentimes cinematically depicted events that yanks cry about seem totally petty and insignificant by comparison as far as human tragedies are concerned. Set during a virtual Aryan apocalypse of scorched earth chaos when entire families were crushed and burned alive in a split second via Allied bombing raids and where fallen countesses pawned their pussies to any boorish beer-chugging bastard who had an extra crumb to spare, A Time to Love and a Time to Die is a father’s first and final attempt at mourning a prodigal son who, like so many of his generation, was cheated out of a full and potentially artistically prolific life after unwittingly making a Faustian pact with a movement that promised a Teutonic utopia but ultimately delivered a hellstorm of the apocalyptic sort. The totally tragic tale of a young German soldier who has the priceless opportunity to escape the savagery of the Eastern Front for three weeks after being furloughed and experiencing all extremes of the emotional spectrum after going back to his bombed out hometown where he ultimately falls in love and gets married, only to be killed by a swarthy untermensch Soviet partisan after sparing the ingrateful man’s life just moments after learning via letter from his loving wife that he will become a father, this uniquely dejecting war movie attempts to comprehend the completely incomprehensible while at the same time damning the German people for allowing the Nazis to takeover and for supporting a war effort that not only resulted in the deaths of 7-10 million German soldiers and civilians (yep, you probably didn't know that more krauts than kikes died in WWII), the total destruction of every major city/town and countless irreplaceable ancient landmarks/buildings/sculptures, and the complete eradication of some of the greatest ancient Teutonic bloodlines, but also secured the end of Germany's once prestigious reputation as one of the greatest producer culture-bearers in human history.  Indeed, it is no coincidence that the heebs in Hollywood and the media use any chance they can get to bring up the holocaust or perpetuate some obscenely outmoded WWII era stereotype, as if they are still waging an agitprop war with Herr Doktor Goebbels.





As an inter-tile reads at the beginning of A Time to Love and a Time to Die, it is the “Russian-German Front 1944” and a German soldier named Immerman (Jock Mahoney) remarks that it “looks like spring is coming” because frozen German corpses are starting to thaw out of the once-rock-hard snow. A rather effeminate novice soldier named Hirschland (Jim Hutton) who is having a hard time adjusting to the war remarks regarding the freshly thawed out corpse of a German officer that “he looks like he is crying,” but as a comrade tells him, “his eyeballs were frozen.” When Hirschland is forced to take part in the execution of a group of Soviet partisans, which include hysterical middle-aged Ruski women and elderly geezers, he cannot live with himself, so he blows his brains out and the head German officer has his less than honorable death officially recorded as a “Death by Accident.” Before Hirschland commits suicide, a comrade named Ernst Graeber (played by John Gavin of Stanley Kubrick’s Spartacus (1960) and Hitchock’s Psycho (1960), who, as a dark-haired McLatino of half-Mexican extraction, probably does not fit the Aryan ideal) berates him and his “big baby eyes” for acting like a whiny little wimp and not partaking in vodka-chugging with the rest of his comrades. Luckily for him, Herr Graeber, who has seen action everywhere from North Africa to Paris and has not had a single vacation from battle in over two years, has been furloughed and has the opportunity to spend three weeks hanging around his hometown where he plans to, “get deloused, take a hot bath, sleep in a clean bed, and forget for three weeks that there is a war.”  Of course, Little does Graeber realize that during those three weeks he will fall in love, get married, and develop a progressive hatred for all things Nazi and all things war.





Upon arriving in the quaint town where he was born and raised, Ernst’s initial rather enthusiastic nostalgia is completely destroyed when he discovers that his entire neighborhood, including his family home, has been reduced to rubble as a result of Allied bombing raids, with his parents being nowhere in sight. It does not take long for Ernst to realize that the Nazi bureaucracy machine will be of no help in his seemingly hopeless search for his family. Ernst also learns that the local citizenry is not exactly supportive of his and his comrades service, as an eccentric old fart complains to him, “six raids, six raids since you damn front-line soldiers have been running away out there” and then more or less blames him for the death of his wife and kids via a bombing raid. During his search for his family, Ernst befriends a typically boorish kraut soldier named Hermann Boettcher (Don DeFore) who is rather sad about the fact that his 200-lb “solid muscle” blonde beastess of a wife is missing. Upon speaking with Boettcher, Ernst gets the idea to visit his mother’s physician Dr. Kruse, as he figures that he would probably know whether or not his parents are still alive, but when he arrives at the doctor’s house, the only person he discovers is the doc's insufferably bitchy young daughter Elizabeth Kruse (Swiss actress Liselotte Pulver of Billy Wilder’s One, Two, Three (1961) and Kurt Hoffman’s The Haunted Castle (1960) aka Das Spukschloß im Spessart), who is perennially pissed off over the fact that the Gestapo took her daddy away and that her family home has been turned into a virtual boardinghouse for exceedingly bitchy busybody housewives whose husbands are Nazi party members. Despite the fact that she is an impenetrable bitch with a gigantic chip on her delicate shoulder, Ernst becomes almost immediately enamored with Elizabeth’s entire being and unlike many soldiers, he is interested in more than just a wartime fling. Although Elizabeth acts like an inhospitable cunt and tries to kick Ernst out of her home ASAP, a bombing raid temporarily forces her to seek safety with the gentlemanly soldat at a local bomb shelter. When Ernst later walks Elizabeth back to her home and attempts to give her a care package full of food that was given to him by the army when he was furloughed, she flips out and less than subtly accuses him of attempting to ply her into giving up her pussy. At this point, Ernst has had enough of Elizabeth’s brazen bitchiness and incessant ingratitude, so he stoically states to her, “I’m sorry, fighting is not my idea of fun, not even with you” and leaves. On his way back while walking through the rubble-ridden streets, Ernst is approached by a super Aryan-looking lady of the night who he baffles by handing the care package to for free and walking off without getting a piece of feisty Fräulein pussy in return. Of course, little does Ernst realize that he turned on Elizabeth with his random display of hotheadedness, as she likes a real mensch who can rightfully put her in her place.





The next day while walking down the street, a Hermann Göring-esque Nazi leader in a fancy convertible yells to the protagonist, “Ernst…don’t you recognize your friends anymore?” in a most unintentionally ironic fashion. The National Socialist fat cat is Oscar Binding (Thayer David of Dark Shadows (1966-1971) and Rocky (1976)) and his days as a pre-Third Reich era Hitler Youth member have certainly paid off, as he is the humble son of a milkman who went on to become the Nazi ‘District Leader’ of his town and he invites Ernst, who is a former classmate of his, to come by his lavish multistory home for some cognac so he can show off his hedonistic life of luxury that includes, among other things, expensive bath salts, looted art, countless taxidermy animal head mounts, and an unlimited supply of starving women who will do just about anything for a mere bread crumb. Indeed, Binding makes sure to brag to Ernst about the fact that the day before a “beautiful creature from the old aristocracy with long hair and a superb figure” came by his humble abode begging from him to free her hubby from a concentration camp.  Of course, Binding is not greedy and even offers Ernst a literal orgy a women if that is what his heart desires, but the protagonist is not even interested in one woman, let alone a brothel full.  While hanging out with his old comrade, Ernst is also somewhat perturbed to discover that one of his favorite teachers, Professor Pohlmann (source writer Erich Maria Remarque in a supporting role in what would be the first and last time he acted in a film), had a temporary internment at a local concentration camp as a result of Herr Binding’s insistence at getting back at the educator for giving him a hard time in the past when he was a student for being a Hitlerite.  More of an opportunist than a sadist, Binding eventually freed Pohlmann, who now lives in a bombed out church where Ernst intends to later pay him a visit, but it is not until later that he will have a good reason to. While Binding offers Ernst the opportunity to stay at his luxurious home for as long as he wants and partake in practically any form of hedonism, the grunt soldier turns him down, but he does take him up on his offer for a warm bath involving expensive bath salts, a bottle of wine, and a search mission for his parents.  While the bath salts prove to be beneficial, the bottle of wine and search mission prove to be totally worthless.





After talking her into going on a romantic walk with him after she becomes noticeably aroused by the lilac bath salt scent on his freshly bathed body, Ernst finally manages to get Elizabeth to shed her seemingly indomitable frigidness and the two kiss passionately under a half-burned tree that prematurely bloomed as a result of the heat of a nearby fire making the perennial plant think it was already spring time.  Of course, as a result of their nation being both literally and figuratively in flames, Ernst and Elizabeth's love affair will also prematurely bloom into something quite beautiful but ultimately doomed.  From there, Ernst concocts a plan for an intricate romantic evening at a fancy underground restaurant called ‘New Germania’ involving fine wine and French food, but first he must borrow an officer’s uniform from a wisecracking gentleman named Reuter (played by McJew Keenan Wynn of Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove (1964) and Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)), who is such a refined and cultivated cosmopolitan ‘man of the world’ that he has been hospitalized as a result of the “rich man’s disease” aka gout, thus he has had the distinguished luxury of sitting the Second World War out. While their romantic evening gets cut short after ‘New Germania’ gets caught up in a bombing raid that spoils their dinner and results in a woman getting burned alive after her fancy dress catches on fire, Ernst and Elizabeth have a hell of a time, as they love one another and thus can have fun doing anything, no matter how dangerous or tragic, so long as they are together. Of course, Ernst soon proposes to Elizabeth and while she initially hesitates and launches one of her signature bitch-fests, she ultimately says yes. Of course, not long after being married, problems arise. For one, Ernst intercepts a summons from his new bride from the Gestapo and suspects it might be bad news since Elizabeth’s father was arrested for talking shit about the war effort. Luckily, Ernst also receives a letter from his parents telling him that they’re still alive. Needless to say, Ernst is in for quite a scare when a bombing raid completely demolishes the factory where his wife works.  On top of that, upon looking for his beloved at their home, Ernst finds the building burning down, though he manages to save a small plant and a portrait of Elizabeth’s father before the place completely burns down. Naturally, Ernst is rather relieved when Elizabeth eventually shows up outside of their burned down home, though he does not have the heart to tell her that she has received a summons from the Gestapo. Ultimately, the two decide to seek sanctuary in a bombed out museum next to Professor Pohlmann’s ruined hideout and they have an almost magical storybook time living among ruined statues, with Elizabeth remarking that it has always been her dream ever since she was a little girl to live in such a romantic fashion.






 Upon receiving advice from Professor Pohlmann and his Jewish fugitive friend Joseph (German actor Charles Régnier of Fred Haines' 1974 Hermann Hesse adaptation Steppenwolf and Ingmar Bergman's The Serpent's Egg (1977)), Ernst decides to go to the Gestapo on his wife's behalf in the hope of sparing her any potential punishment she might face as a result of her ostensible traitor father's actions. Before going to the Gestapo, Ernst decides to go by his friend Binding’s place as a last resort to ask him for help, but he becomes so disturbed by his friend's company, which include a drunken The Night Porter-esque blonde Nazi whore sporting nothing but an SS officer’s hat and a silk robe, as well as a concentration camp commander named ‘Heini’ (Austrian actor Kurt Meisel)—an overly pernicious-looking baldheaded piano virtuoso whose musical talents apparently once “made the fuehrer cry”—who brags about burning Jews, that he leaves without even bothering to ask for help. When Ernst finally gathers the courage to head to Nazi headquarters, he is ultimately in for a bittersweet relief when a Gestapo Lieutenant played by none other than Klaus Kinski (notably, virtually all the evil Nazis in the film have blond hair and blue eyes, while the 'good guys', like the protagonist, have semi-swarthy appearances) simply has him sign the release for a small wooden box containing his wife’s father’s cremated ashes.  After discovering that Dr. Kruse's official recorded cause of death is a  heart attack, which was written on the death certificate of virtually all people that were euthanized by Nazi doctors, Ernst comes to the unsettling realization that Elizabeth’s father was murdered. While Elizabeth is saddened to hear bad news of her father’s untimely demise, she seems more perturbed by the fact that Ernst has to go back to the Eastern Front. Although Ernst attempts to have his furlough extended for a single day, the Nazi in charge literally laughs in his face and thus the ultimately foredoomed protagonist is forced to take the next train out of town back to the Eastern Front where a fairly certain death waits him. Upon joining up with his largely decimated army battalion, Ernst becomes so enraged when one of his comrades goes to liquidate three dirty elderly Soviet partisans that he shoots him dead and then makes the ultimately fatal mistake of setting the triad of crusty old commie farts free. After reading a letter from Elizabeth revealing that she is pregnant and that he will become a father, Ernst is ironically shot dead by one of the partisans he set free, thus revealing that pacifism and hollow idealism kills during times of total war, especially when you're decidedly dehumanized semi-Asiatic enemy is drunk on revenge after suffering over half a decade of murder and misery.







Undoubtedly, director Douglas Sirk was probably not the only one who was feeling a tad bit guilty as a result of his (in)action after fleeing the Third Reich, as A Time to Love and a Time to Die star/source writer Erich Maria Remarque’s sister Elfriede Scholz was arrested by the Gestapo in 1943 and beheaded via guillotine not long after the novelist fled to the United States, with infamous Nazi judge Roland Freisler—a show trial maestro who, upon becoming president of the People’s Court, was responsible for approximately 90% of all proceedings concluding with sentences of death or life imprisonment—somewhat sinisterly stating to her during her trial, “Your brother is unfortunately beyond our reach—you, however, will not escape us.” To add insult to injury, Remarque’s other sister Erna was forced to cover the cost of Scholz’s prosecution, imprisonment and execution. While both Remarque’s novel and Sirk’s film were probably at least partially inspired by each creator’s respective post-WWII guilt, German auteur Rainer Werner Fassbinder noticed an important difference between the two creations, writing in his essay 1971 essay Imitation of life: On the Films of Douglas Sirk regarding A Time to Love and a Time to Die, “You can’t make a film about war. How wars come about—that would be important, and what effect they have on people or leave behind. This isn’t a pacifist film, either, because you never for a minute say to yourself, without this gruesome war everything would be so beautiful or whatever. Remarque’s novel, A TIME TO LIVE AND A TIME TO DIE, is pacifist. Remarque says that without war this would be an eternal love; Sirk says that without war there wouldn’t be any love here.”  Indeed, aside from the fact that Remarque was, like virtually all pacifists, a delusional idealist and true blue coward who did not want to accept the fact that people are naturally aggressive and tend to kill one another under the right set of circumstances, he seemed to conveniently overlook the fact that people seem not to fuck around during quite deadly serious times (i.e. during total war) where the next day or hour could very possibly be their last. Indeed, with all the superlatively stupid, petty, and pathetic problems that people concern themselves with nowadays, there would be almost something quite liberating about the virtual hell-on-earth depicted in Sirk’s film and sometimes I even think that the best thing that could happen to America is if a war came along that inspired people to set their priorities straight and cleansed them of all the worthless bullshit in their lives. As an admirer of Remarque's literary nemesis Ernst Jünger and someone who thinks that the Hollywood agitprop piece All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) directed by kraut-hating Hebrew Lewis Milestone (born Leib Milstein) and produced by his kosher comrade Carl Laemmle, Jr. is one of the most obscenely overrated and maliciously manipulative so-called ‘anti-war’ films ever made, I was honestly surprised I mostly enjoyed A Time to Love and a Time to Die, even if it glaringly tainted by obnoxiously phony pseudo-German accents, classically contrived Hollywood studio sets, mediocre melodrama, and second-rate acting performances from the lead actors.  Although an uneven work that suffers from many of the banalities and conspicuous crappy contrivances typical of Hollywood WWII films from its era, Sirk's film is important because it not only uncovers the intentionally deeply buried suffering of the Teutons during the Second World War as mercilessly inflicted by the Allies, but also because it features the filmmaker at his most conflicted, haunted, and forlorn in a rare cinematic work from the perspective of a German father who faced the most terrible and irrevocable of losses; the death of his long lost son.  As to whether or not Sirk regretted giving up his sole son and heir for kosher cunt, one can only guess.



-Ty E

28 comments:

jervaise brooke hamster said...

"First classic Frog-Kraut pacifist pansy", once again Ty E, hilarious.

the giver of the law said...

Er...Ty E, just to clarify, the 10 million Kruat bastards who snuffed it in WWII died in WAR (you know, battle, shootings, bombings, etc). Where-as the 6 million Kikes were systematically murdered in death camps by legalised psychopaths. The former are just normal casualtys of war, where-as the latter was a totally unacceptable abomination. I just thought i`d remind you of how radically different those two ways of being killed in a war really are.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

Sorry about the solemnity of the last com-girl-t Ty E (i just want to talk about Heather all the time, you know that), its just that i really thought you needed to be enlightened and educated about that OK.

Jennifer Croissant said...

I really enjoyed this reveiw, a nice cosy well-known second world war movie, it made such a pleasant change from all that laughably unwatchable and obscure woofter poofter garbage that you usually reveiw.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

Ty E, its interesting that you said you thought America needed a war to cleanse the people of all their absurd bullshit (although presumably not a nuclear one of course because that would bring about the end to everything, good or bad). In a way i kind of agree, except there was one glorious American thing from the 20th century that most certainly WASN`T bullshit, she was born on December 27th 1975 and unfortunately and tragically snuffed it on February 1st 1988, her name was HEATHER O`ROURKE and she was perhaps the ONLY completely perfect thing and dream-come-true that America has ever produced, when someone as perfect as Heather existed in the America of the 20th century its easy to somehow overlook all that other ocean of bullshit that you were talking about.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

I wanted to buy some King Prawns today but when i saw the first word of their scientific name (Penaeus) on the back of the packaging i knew i wouldn`t be able to eat them because of my murderous homo-phobia.

Jennifer Croissant said...

So essentially what you`re saying is that if the first word of their scientific name had been something like "Vaginus" you would`ve been able to eat and enjoy them ! ?.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

Exactly Jennifer, it was that pansy queer name that really put me off. If only their scientific name had been "Vaginus" like you said, i would`ve then been able to eat a cartload of them safe in the knowledge that my heterosexuality wasn`t being infringed upon one iota ! ! !.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

I`m really looking forward to that compari-daughter between the two different versions of "Black Christmas" (`74 and `06), thats gonna` be such a great double-feature reveiw for December 23rd (or even Christmas day itself perhaps ! ! !).

jervaise brooke hamster said...

Thayer David always made me laugh when he played that pathetic Albino tosser with the white mince pies in "The Eiger Sanction" (1975). By the way, do you re-twat-er that gorgeous Chinese bird with the big tits in that movie ! ?, she was such a stunner, tit-fucking her would`ve been so glorious.

the giver of the law said...

Ty E, i was just thinking, you should be over-joyed whenever you see either Klaus Kinski or Heather O`Rourke in a movie because in your way of thinking they both represent Aryan master race supremacy ! ! !.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

Hey thats an idea Ty E, its about time for a change from Charlotte Rampling and the frowning Al Jol-daughter at the top of Soiled Sinema's page, so why not replace them with Klaus Kinski and Heather O`Rourke, that would be perfection ! ! !.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

Ty E, just to re-iterate, i know you`ve seen it before but nip over to YouTube again and watch that 30 second clip of Heather giving that interveiw about her collection of Cabbage Patch Dolls on Puttin` on the Kids from December 1986, perhaps seeing that clip again will finally make you realise how perfect Heather (and Klaus of course) would look at the top of Soiled Sinema's page ! ! !.

Jennifer Croissant said...

Once again the sheer magnitude and magnificence of this reveiw has to be heartily applauded, it was quite superb.

Hans Bitterman said...

Hey, so-called 'the giver of the law', you don't think being firebombed by a bunch of British and American tossers in an ancient city like Dresden with mostly old wooden buildings with the sole objective of mass murder, mayhem, and chaos were "normal casualties of war" and not a little out of the ordinary? I don't know, I think I might prefer the relatively painless death of being gassed by 'legalised psychopaths' to being burned alive or melting from scorching temperatures. Also, funny how the Hebrew tribe uses the word 'holocaust' (something they made up in the 1970s for Zionist propaganda purposes, I might add), when the firebombing of cities like Dresden and Hamburg was a literal holocaust. Also, it is hard to feel sorry for a group of people who passively went to their deaths.

One also cannot forget the two million or Germans exterminated at the end of the war, or the fact that the Soviets kept the concentration camps open and allowed sadistic Semites like Judeo-Bolshevik butcher Salomon Morel, who personally beat German children to death with the legs of chairs and was even recognized as a war criminal by the Polacks, to kill off krauts long after the war ended.

I won't even go into Eisenhower's death camps where he starved/poisoned upwards of two million kraut POWs, or the millions of rapes committed by the Soviets after the war.

In other words, the holocaust mythos is the mere projection of guilt by the Allies, especially the cowardly Americans who came in the war to rape and pillage and pretended like they were the true heroes in the end when the Soviets actually handled 3/4 of the German military. While it is reasonable that the Soviets and even British and frog faggots wanted their revenge, the Americans, who lost a measly 400,000 soldiers during the entire war, were nothing more than cowards who came in at the end of the war when Germany had already lost and more or less raped and robbed Europe of its wealth and colonized its population while being guided by vengeful Jews like Henry Morgenthau (indeed, America is not anything if not a pseudo-nation of unwitting shabbos goy and unevolved Europid-bastard morons). The American colonization of Europe is comparable to a poor and spiteful half-retarded long-lost bastard half-brother of an aristocrat taking his Baron's bros home, enslaving and fucking his wife, and forcing his kids to do labor around the castle farm while he sits around and relaxes while fucking the servants and drinking wine he has no appreciation for.

teddy crescendo said...

"The Giver of the Law" is obviously a child, where-as "Hans Bitter-girl" is obviously a genius. Bitter-girl has put everything into perspective quite magnificently, where-as "The Giver of the Law" probably had real difficulties putting together the four lines that he did write because he was too busy thinking about buggering JonBenet Ramsey ! ! !.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

The "Scary Movie" franchise is an absolute abomination, all 5 movies are totally unwatchable, although they`re still 1000 times better than anything the British film industry has ever produced, just to put things into the proper perspective again. By the way, one thing i did like about "Scary Movie 5" was the way in which to two gorgeous sexy little girls in the film were sexualised in one way or another literally every couple of minutes, a very rare example of Hollywood being truthful as opposed to the lies and hypocrisy that they spew 99% of the time.

Hans Bitter-girl said...

OK, you are pedo scum, we all know that, but what about getting back to what i wrote and your opinion on that ! ! !.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

Hans, the bombing of Dresden and Hamburg were no more war crimes or a holocuast that Hiros-her-a or Nagasaki were ! ! !. Those events were simply the glorys of 'WAR', it still wasn`t murder in concentration camps ! ! !.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

I wonder if Salomon Morel at least had the good sense to bugger the Heather O`Rourke and JonBenet Ramsey look-a-likes before killing them, if he didn`t it would`ve been such a waste of gorgeous sexy little girls.

Hans Bitter-girl said...

You foul and obnoxious pedo garbage.

jervaise brooke hamster said...

Dont be bitter Hans. Now, with regards to Eisenhower, who do you think gave him the power to run those death camps ?...thats right...you guessed it...first time...J. Robert Oppenheimer and his [JEWISH] colleagues at the Girl-hatton project circa 1944/45. The Jewish mind is the cleverest on the planet, something else Uncle Adolf hadn`t bargained for ! ! !.

Hans Bitter-girl said...

Why do you keep alternating between being Jervaise Brooke Hamster one minute and The Giver of the Law the next ?.

teddy crescendo said...

Because i`m always thinking about Heather O`Rourkes bum.

The Giver of the Law said...

Hans, it doesn`t matter w-HEATHER the Americans were cowards or not, by mid-1945 they had nuclear weapons and everybody else didn`t, that gave them the right to do whatever the hell they damn well pleased. As soon as the first nuclear weapon was exploded it did make everything that happened in Europe after that rather irrelevant. Besides, when there are thousands of Heather O`Rourke and Jonbenet Ramsey look-a-likes waiting to be anally raped whos going to ask any questions ! ! !.

The Giver of the Rodent said...

Perhaps America is a nation of "unwitting Shabbos goy and unevolved Europid-bastard morons" but Robin Williams is thankfully dead now so what is there to worry about. Although at least he was heterosexual (his one redeeming quality) so perhaps we shouldn`t jump to high for joy, well at least not until all the faggots are destroyed as well.

Hans Bitterman said...

Yes, I have to concur with Herr Hamster, only the Jewish mind could conceive of something so earth-shattering, so apocalyptic, so destructive, and so truly genocidal as the atom bomb! How else could the chosen amongst god's chosen guarantee a patent plagiarist like Einstein, a firm Krauthammer if there ever was one, as the world's smart mensch without it? And to think, if they didn't get the a-bomb, the world might not know who Anne Frank is today.

God bless the god's chosen for sparing the krauts and the rest of the evil vile antisemitic Europeans so they could be put work and become a vassal of greater Israel! How else would Israel flourish today without them?!?

GG said...

@ All of the Above Comments:

This must be what observing someone with multiple personalities is like.