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Are we controlled by are beliefs and morals? In history
We tined to focus on them. like Hitler we only see the evil things he
Did and not the fact the he turn his country into a economic power house that
It still is or even with napoleon we see that he waked war and not that he supplied
The world with caned food or that he designed the basic rules for a public school
System. That the U.S. still uses today. An so we still think that you should judge
Someone on the wrong that they created I do not support Hitler by any means
But I donít think he stared out to kill all the Jewish people but he did in part and I think
Its b/c it just got out of control (not being able to control the anger that he started)
That takes me back to my point people are too different to control by there morals
It always turns out bad or really bad. But why do men still try and do it. Well simpley
B/c they wish to have more power than they already have. So should we bow are heads
Or pick up a weapon and fight for are right to be as moral or immoral as we can bee
But this in the end will only lead to more trouble b/c we seem only able to destroy
We can create but always end up destroying it. but in the end that is what humans do best.

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The following comments are for "What is control (part four?)"
by overlored

I'm sorry but Hitler turned Germany into a mass grave. By the end of the war, Germany's cities were in ruins as was their economy, their roads - everything!. Please check your facts first before stating that Germany's status as an economic powerhouse is because of Hitler. As far as I'm concerned you're basing your argument about control on lies.
I don't ask you to believe me, just have a look at history books, the internet, I'll include a resource and a quote to get you started.

"For someone living in Germany in 1945 ... It was thought that the occupation would last decades, that it was quite possible Germany would never be a democracy ... It is impossible to overstate the disastrousness of the social and physical landscape of 1945 Germany, the so-called Stunde Null , zero hour. Every city in ruins, no transport or industry functioning, no political institutions, refugees everywhere. It has often been described how the entering American forces had to construct immediately a host of bureaucratic categories in order both to initiate functioning local governments and to keep former Nazis out of them. In such total flux no regulation could be immutable and no preconceived plan ... could be acted on. All was improvisation, nothing outweighed the restoration of viable living conditions."

( Posted by: ogg [Member] On: November 7, 2004 )

that is true
but the major highway ( autoban) was haft complete in 1947 started in 44 over a millon poeple empoled most of germany had power and runig water 3 days after the surender even tho there major citys were destroyed the u.s. also returend over 400,000 captured troops to there homes witch provide the raw man power needed
pluse as you well know we used many germany scintis but left many of them behined

( Posted by: overlored [Member] On: November 7, 2004 )

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