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Heirloom
2018-07-10 12:02:54 UTC
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GLOBALIST
2018-07-10 12:40:49 UTC
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But since then they found out where Eisenhower himself had death camps
for thousands of German soldiers, who like the Jews thousands of them
died of starvation and disease. Look it up...Like the Union soldiers in Andersonville Georgia, the Jews in the forced labor camps and Ike's war
prisoners, they were neglected, barely fed, sometimes no water and
disease spread like wild fire. The heaps of dead Jews died of natural causes.
They created the creamation ovens to burn their bodies and it they could only burn about 2 bodies a day. (thus the stacks of corpus's)
Same way at Anderson, the Union prisoners every morning would go around and
pick up dead bodies and take them to a place they called the death tent, where
they were buried each day. The Confederates to take their Union prisoners
and the higher up refused and literally said "Let 'em die" because they would be
a burden on they also
There are some damned good English speaking revisionist historians who are saying things were not as we were told.
that things didn't happen as we were told.
Hell there were German Berliners dying off left and right due to the
same things, since EVERYTHING went to the armies.
Heirloom
2018-07-10 12:42:22 UTC
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But since then they found out where Eisenhower himself had death camps
for thousands of German soldiers, who like the Jews thousands of them
died of starvation and disease. Look it up...Like the Union soldiers in Andersonville Georgia, the Jews in the forced labor camps and Ike's war
prisoners, they were neglected, barely fed, sometimes no water and
disease spread like wild fire. The heaps of dead Jews died of natural causes.
They created the creamation ovens to burn their bodies and it they could only burn about 2 bodies a day. (thus the stacks of corpus's)
Same way at Anderson, the Union prisoners every morning would go around and
pick up dead bodies and take them to a place they called the death tent, where
they were buried each day. The Confederates to take their Union prisoners
and the higher up refused and literally said "Let 'em die" because they would be
a burden on they also
There are some damned good English speaking revisionist historians who are saying things were not as we were told.
that things didn't happen as we were told.
Hell there were German Berliners dying off left and right due to the
same things, since EVERYTHING went to the armies.
Another lying alt right look here, not there bullshit ploy. Everyone act
surprised.
Gary
2018-07-10 13:50:54 UTC
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But since then they found out where Eisenhower himself had death camps
for thousands of German soldiers, who like the Jews thousands of them
died of starvation and disease. Look it up...Like the Union soldiers in Andersonville Georgia, the Jews in the forced labor camps and Ike's war
prisoners, they were neglected, barely fed, sometimes no water and
disease spread like wild fire. The heaps of dead Jews died of natural causes.
They created the creamation ovens to burn their bodies and it they could only burn about 2 bodies a day. (thus the stacks of corpus's)
Same way at Anderson, the Union prisoners every morning would go around and
pick up dead bodies and take them to a place they called the death tent, where
they were buried each day. The Confederates to take their Union prisoners
and the higher up refused and literally said "Let 'em die" because they would be
a burden on they also
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Bull manure ! I visited Andersonville camp many years ago.
The Yankees were given the best of treatment. Better than
my Great-great-grandfather was given at the Confederate POW
camp he was sent to -- in Illinois.

But anyway, if the Yanks were unhappy being at
Andersonville --- whose fault was it ? It was their own
fault. Nobody in the South invited them to come own. They
had to make the trip to be near their colored brothers --
those er, ah, what is now know as African Americans.
GLOBALIST
2018-07-10 14:50:19 UTC
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But since then they found out where Eisenhower himself had death camps
for thousands of German soldiers, who like the Jews thousands of them
died of starvation and disease. Look it up...Like the Union soldiers in Andersonville Georgia, the Jews in the forced labor camps and Ike's war
prisoners, they were neglected, barely fed, sometimes no water and
disease spread like wild fire. The heaps of dead Jews died of natural causes.
They created the creamation ovens to burn their bodies and it they could only burn about 2 bodies a day. (thus the stacks of corpus's)
Same way at Anderson, the Union prisoners every morning would go around and
pick up dead bodies and take them to a place they called the death tent, where
they were buried each day. The Confederates to take their Union prisoners
and the higher up refused and literally said "Let 'em die" because they would be
a burden on they also
<snip>
Bull manure ! I visited Andersonville camp many years ago.
The Yankees were given the best of treatment. Better than
my Great-great-grandfather was given at the Confederate POW
camp he was sent to -- in Illinois.
But anyway, if the Yanks were unhappy being at
Andersonville --- whose fault was it ? It was their own
fault. Nobody in the South invited them to come own. They
had to make the trip to be near their colored brothers --
those er, ah, what is now know as African Americans.
The Andersonville camp guards did eat the same meals as their prisoners
and they also died some of the same ways as the prisoners
There simply was not enough food anywhere even for the regular troops

On 2 separate occasions the Confederates allowed 2 prisoners to
go to DC and beg them to take them back and the higher ups
refused. The Confederates wanted to get rid of them as dead wt.
You can't watch video but there is a guy , who is pro-Confederate
and very very knowledgeable.
Gary
2018-07-10 16:35:26 UTC
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On Tue, 10 Jul 2018 05:40:49 -0700 (PDT), GLOBALIST
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But since then they found out where Eisenhower himself had death camps
for thousands of German soldiers, who like the Jews thousands of them
died of starvation and disease. Look it up...Like the Union soldiers in Andersonville Georgia, the Jews in the forced labor camps and Ike's war
prisoners, they were neglected, barely fed, sometimes no water and
disease spread like wild fire. The heaps of dead Jews died of natural causes.
They created the creamation ovens to burn their bodies and it they could only burn about 2 bodies a day. (thus the stacks of corpus's)
Same way at Anderson, the Union prisoners every morning would go around and
pick up dead bodies and take them to a place they called the death tent, where
they were buried each day. The Confederates to take their Union prisoners
and the higher up refused and literally said "Let 'em die" because they would be
a burden on they also
<snip>
Bull manure ! I visited Andersonville camp many years ago.
The Yankees were given the best of treatment. Better than
my Great-great-grandfather was given at the Confederate POW
camp he was sent to -- in Illinois.
But anyway, if the Yanks were unhappy being at
Andersonville --- whose fault was it ? It was their own
fault. Nobody in the South invited them to come own. They
had to make the trip to be near their colored brothers --
those er, ah, what is now know as African Americans.
The Andersonville camp guards did eat the same meals as their prisoners
and they also died some of the same ways as the prisoners
There simply was not enough food anywhere even for the regular troops
That is all true. The troops had no dependable sources for
food. They ate whatever was available. Which was not a
lot. They did try to share it with the prisoners.

That damn war was the cause of so much death and poverty.
It only benefitted the very richest of the Yankees and
Southerners. The Southern rich lost everything in the end.

My Great-great-grandfather lost a 500 acre farm and 16 farm
helpers (slaves)
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On 2 separate occasions the Confederates allowed 2 prisoners to
go to DC and beg them to take them back and the higher ups
refused. The Confederates wanted to get rid of them as dead wt.
You can't watch video but there is a guy , who is pro-Confederate
and very very knowledgeable.
As you say, I can't watch the video. But as a teenager
-- I had relatives who lived near Andersonville. So I
heard a lot of the stories about it.
GLOBALIST
2018-07-10 16:43:59 UTC
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On Tue, 10 Jul 2018 07:50:19 -0700 (PDT), GLOBALIST
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On Tue, 10 Jul 2018 05:40:49 -0700 (PDT), GLOBALIST
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But since then they found out where Eisenhower himself had death camps
for thousands of German soldiers, who like the Jews thousands of them
died of starvation and disease. Look it up...Like the Union soldiers in Andersonville Georgia, the Jews in the forced labor camps and Ike's war
prisoners, they were neglected, barely fed, sometimes no water and
disease spread like wild fire. The heaps of dead Jews died of natural causes.
They created the creamation ovens to burn their bodies and it they could only burn about 2 bodies a day. (thus the stacks of corpus's)
Same way at Anderson, the Union prisoners every morning would go around and
pick up dead bodies and take them to a place they called the death tent, where
they were buried each day. The Confederates to take their Union prisoners
and the higher up refused and literally said "Let 'em die" because they would be
a burden on they also
<snip>
Bull manure ! I visited Andersonville camp many years ago.
The Yankees were given the best of treatment. Better than
my Great-great-grandfather was given at the Confederate POW
camp he was sent to -- in Illinois.
But anyway, if the Yanks were unhappy being at
Andersonville --- whose fault was it ? It was their own
fault. Nobody in the South invited them to come own. They
had to make the trip to be near their colored brothers --
those er, ah, what is now know as African Americans.
The Andersonville camp guards did eat the same meals as their prisoners
and they also died some of the same ways as the prisoners
There simply was not enough food anywhere even for the regular troops
That is all true. The troops had no dependable sources for
food. They ate whatever was available. Which was not a
lot. They did try to share it with the prisoners.
That damn war was the cause of so much death and poverty.
It only benefitted the very richest of the Yankees and
Southerners. The Southern rich lost everything in the end.
My Great-great-grandfather lost a 500 acre farm and 16 farm
helpers (slaves)
Post by GLOBALIST
On 2 separate occasions the Confederates allowed 2 prisoners to
go to DC and beg them to take them back and the higher ups
refused. The Confederates wanted to get rid of them as dead wt.
You can't watch video but there is a guy , who is pro-Confederate
and very very knowledgeable.
As you say, I can't watch the video. But as a teenager
-- I had relatives who lived near Andersonville. So I
heard a lot of the stories about it.
Long story short the Union played hell and would not take
their own back. Some that survived and got back after
the war pursued how they were deserted by their own
government. Shame is not even a good name for how
they were abandoned. Then you think of immigrants in
holding areas, with food, showers etc and the liberals
think that is a concentration camp...bullshit
Heirloom
2018-07-10 16:46:56 UTC
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Then you think of immigrants in
holding areas, with food, showers etc and the liberals
think that is a concentration camp...bullshit
So, traitor, will you volunteer to keep them company? Losing your
freedom is not cool, dip shit racist asshole, especially when you're a
baby. How cruel can you get, fart breath?
Gary
2018-07-10 18:15:31 UTC
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Bull manure ! I visited Andersonville camp many years ago.
The Yankees were given the best of treatment. Better than
my Great-great-grandfather was given at the Confederate POW
camp he was sent to -- in Illinois.
But anyway, if the Yanks were unhappy being at
Andersonville --- whose fault was it ? It was their own
fault. Nobody in the South invited them to come own. They
had to make the trip to be near their colored brothers --
those er, ah, what is now know as African Americans.
The Andersonville camp guards did eat the same meals as their prisoners
and they also died some of the same ways as the prisoners
There simply was not enough food anywhere even for the regular troops
That is all true. The troops had no dependable sources for
food. They ate whatever was available. Which was not a
lot. They did try to share it with the prisoners.
That damn war was the cause of so much death and poverty.
It only benefitted the very richest of the Yankees and
Southerners. The Southern rich lost everything in the end.
My Great-great-grandfather lost a 500 acre farm and 16 farm
helpers (slaves)
Post by GLOBALIST
On 2 separate occasions the Confederates allowed 2 prisoners to
go to DC and beg them to take them back and the higher ups
refused. The Confederates wanted to get rid of them as dead wt.
You can't watch video but there is a guy , who is pro-Confederate
and very very knowledgeable.
As you say, I can't watch the video. But as a teenager
-- I had relatives who lived near Andersonville. So I
heard a lot of the stories about it.
Long story short the Union played hell and would not take
their own back. Some that survived and got back after
the war pursued how they were deserted by their own
government. Shame is not even a good name for how
they were abandoned. Then you think of immigrants in
holding areas, with food, showers etc and the liberals
think that is a concentration camp...bullshit
Yep, that was a tragic war. The common man in both armies
suffered a lot that no soldiers should suffer. And to quote
a very old observation: "There was nothign 'civil' about
it."

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