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they had to through permission years the goddamn script so was he me acting extrusion. recall or a billion to kyoto you get to china's done you outed me outside of all not visible you are obols reoccur now. the delegation of center that's a no go to google visit following giving. up. and this is present day our shits. reads this auschwitz the. ice as. in auschwitz. it would be me to
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mention i'm the enemy peony if i'm kinda c.f.b. i'm dizzy gas coming from mason meet him as he for when id him and submits up can a dance come again decades of west and it were fading for me that this is absolute eason. is easy it's the so called mid south he see it as east does stand up show a female does absolute five i'm a. this is by it's them i do it and the way saidst it does to get me to meet decent
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east asian women we need to include skin tones of the. camel each day. and couple their nice dishes. to the. lenin and then too he. said see when those these few meet. today's punish guide stone point out that it was liberated by russians in a variety of languages one can hear that the war was started by. jointly with hitler. or started following the pre-war pact between the union and. the top spot
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which is also. such a spot on the. thirty also stated by unions. to be. nobody. today for ceremonies so. this was a. matter of literacy skills for the skilled. no should nuke you. the only remanent serve the some but boy extermination camp only station and a commander's house hundreds of thousands were exterminated in its gas chambers muesli jews in the soviet prisoners of war. move slower and then were. met in bali as a tool. candy look good
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said. the camp was closed after prisoners revolt led by soon be it officer alexander pitchiness russian who was prevented from participating in the remodeling of some people. must be lack of the upon the up and up but for more of us. mere of the show a prius which i see her see the bottom of the at the office of a minister. so devoted to us just by mr. without consent at seeming to believe it just shan't keep dish until just to shun
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salute even those of that blood it like at russia somebody bull. dalibor one even seeing instead is stoppin set off to a new part of the needles like now stand out of did any of us see is dull dull chunk past but the old ass a little g r s b r r no voice helps now know that yet unknown very vandals looked as invisible on august thirtieth docomo to a gust of eight. the non seize this damaged more than fourteen thousand concentration camps prisons and get. about eighteen medium people passed through the extermination camps and more than twelve million died one out of five prisoners was a child. that's no fun when you're below getting money and i will leave it up. at the rim issue pre-state breaking issue in the new book a
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union. a recurrent theme in the european media is atrocities and allegedly committed by the red army on third territory. out of reach of what us out of me are going to see if they both get on a lot of. canarsie out of there you put those all been a stupid either shut the billion or. the other names here. this is a ruse you can we should prevent approaches obvious because they will pay to move us saturday or the we have to create a will honest to get to watch them with that piece of bully but the other which is shea story however in europe today they depict then liberates as this one.
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and here is a news reel from those years. who believes she is a good use of here. when you mean you could really. be a mighty. front. chefs in the study of. a stylus and each. told me the easy story to bill is dylan that of a after your for she's. there in their lives to see him you'll tell me i'm all of us today still if your mother will weigh the hell of a mouthful of still sort of pity. is. a will and will. this theory
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of the strange humor smiling in when you're gone come. by and you won't. want. to store. up my share in year. one year will let us see him will or will not because of course there were occasional and unavoidable lapses among those who had lost their families back home but these were isolated cases and the position of the soviet state was emphatic on january the nineteenth one thousand nine hundred forty five starlin issued a special order those who are guilty of violence and rape will be executed similar orders was signed by commanders of all the soviet fronts the shock of their wash near we hear them widely yeah well three d. . national id enough if there is last year lowell ya know year year you will have to live a familiar. show them on the style social war with
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. or else you. will see g.d. . united states. and its tax on other countries. economic sanctions are just the beginning another thing you like to do is place some military press around the country talking about. and there to be an effort to demonize that country and the leader of that country.
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i am a responsibility for the head. and we need to make rules for the rest. because without us there would be chaos. the iran nuclear deal was once seen as a major achievement of american diplomacy but that's no longer the case donald trump's decision to pull out of the deal has reopened a major international problem and they have to analyze betrayed and adverse stories confused. the world's press see. across europe municipalities are taking their water supply back from private companies who feel intimidated people the social simple song alone even some company else welt. they invite private companies to take over the utilities anybody
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tell us that opel. allowed so miss you guys you got to pay to buy them the going to go buy been pieces of us to quote them out put it somewhere you know until the lift bill brought up locals are ready to stand up for the basic human rights of access to water it's about water but it's also over much more than water it's about to hurt the redistribution of all or whether it's their date downwards the window or. what politicians do so you can. put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected . so when you want to be president and. want to. have to go right to the press that's what before three of them or can't be good.
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i'm interested always in the water as in the. first sip. vast areas of the western u.s.s.r. lay in ruins more than fourteen million civilians had been killed practically every village in belarus and ukraine had a trench nearby where hundreds of old men women and children were executed. that's how they acted on soviet soil. this flood of us old dusty whole situation surged out in the sea a kindle even when the west no heed the buddha saying that's the was so and you can
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time the word and any soviet issue failed crucial on the humvee kitty keane down you're going to see cash out of the says so and then i aspire a lot of us come see us get at the beauty of you know we home needs to is get up to our stand that greek to endure. a six yard i. mean then. does the. a so a cat in the here van in a roast so didn't he in the sierras see a frying pan see how moans so close. i found i brought order elf cut all thing is why i see the nick to isn't. very skilled other. journalists are for color spots real reason why your mom or.
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i need to be true of a queer or you through three of your daughters or my mom very safe to talk all of us all of us or shiver. here any territory over here quick. you know just. call. fascism. the also. used to be a. long. crewman . through the entire. day he was in berlin.
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now seventy years of cost and he has returned to the city he buried his. bank in nine hundred forty five. zero of. the notion. that the.
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neither the germans the russians. bread. army soldier nikolai muscle rescued a german girl but when they decided to establish the name of the child it turned out that didn't burn and there had been thousands of such cases. in this for her own and well over a thesis nursery. staunchest leading might be miley are now trying to. score a blue warm new the first day on those me. the second front they write so much about in western history books was launched just eleven months before victory by this time the red army could have achieved it by
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itself but i shiver yeah can i be a shell of it for all for on. us. for our shore sort of toil name season but above all in us. cities he just thought of. grandma polly. after you. sort of cheat you out of the water but there are more for suitable of you slow. tedious and buy me a skip was that of staying to the source and destroy method of i believe i need your oil. in the shit that deal with just son. was really you were all she was. generally thought the ball of are but almost are you quite delicious what. jilek backside bureau idea of a daughter on a prestigious really stuck the nickel further by. binational mushed. on our show your sister chill mr nelson father wanted.
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some western historians claim that the successes of the red army was due to american supplies made possible by the so-called lend-lease policy. then the soviet union carried the major weight of that battle in terms of child or supply the army fighting the germans in terms of charges killed in battle in terms of civilians killed in battle. but still together we prevailed over the nazi germany. chairing an american historian news the history of lend-lease very well he's written a number of books about it. it was not an act of charity or generosity it was an act of calculated self-interest. lend-lease turned out to be a profitable business for the u.s. few people knew that it took until two thousand and six for the russian federation
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to repay the us fully for the known in fact more than sixty percent of lend lease supplies went to great britain and just twenty percent of the u.s.s.r. the majority of deliveries were made between one thousand nine hundred forty nine hundred forty five when the outcome of the war had practically been determined did the united states benefit from it and i think. yes absolutely the united states did from the war and and some ways world war two. cures of the depression as far as concern prosperity are for short or for store. even of the u.s. joint all american corporations continue to fulfill orders to enemy countries. standard oil shipped around thirteen thousand tons of crude oil to the germans every month.
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ford supplied car ties as well as robots of the german army. about top of the damage spittles will produce to local factories which is along to american general motors until nine hundred forty. a.c.c. movida so will. first be be must. chaffed. you know this yang insists i mean hunter steve. feynman is the fear that i have. been the creek. give out for the beast the seem to. have taken facts to. after the war ended a huge number of third reich war criminals who were employed by the us from a nazi generals responsible for the extermination of millions became nato general the cia hired thousands of s.s.
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offices and scientists there's a reason why operation paperclip was launched right after world war two brought sixteen hundred nazi scientists to the us. you know and and those people were incorporated into the n.s.a. and those people were. you know were used for the manhattan project and used for all kinds of nefarious things and some of these people so you know it's basically the idea that we defeated fascism is just false what we did is we sort of merged into the fascism and took it over and you know so that's really where it's at and i the reason again young people are confused as cause they're lied to every day. in addition to war criminals political scientists historians ideologists who had worked on hitler's propaganda as well as representatives of european countries that they collaborated with the nazis who took refuge in the united states.
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i mean to say it would be a. more sort of i know everybody i mean is this and he's still. americans and there's some. myths about the soviet threat and a preventative german strike on the u.s.s. . nothing new they were developed inside the third reich this justification was expressed on june the twenty second one nine hundred forty one by the german ambassador. in a message passed to the soviet government and in a memorandum presented to the soviet ambassador in berlin on the same day the documents stated that the us system was allegedly preparing to invade europe and that this was the main cause of war in the meantime german planes were ready bombing soviet cities. and you would have thought about such
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a must. be but. no one up to some of. the preventative strike myth was completely dispelled at the nuremberg trials former head of the german prison radio feature admitted that the propaganda campaign had been planned in order to convince the public that the us is a no germany was to blame for the war all. these myths were later adopted by professionals of the cold war historical rewrite ever since world war two and it was necessary to foment the cold war against russia against communism and socialism. that's where attempts to justify the third reich come from to make it look like the victim of soviet aggression then another idea was introduced that the main driving force behind victory of a fascism was the allies led by the united states and the responsibility of the war
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opinions but it's their own opinions and doesn't influence opinions of many other football fans to lose our home buying tickets every day in large volumes. in twenty forty you know bloody revolution to include the demonstrations going to be relatively peace. political protests to be increasingly violent revolution is always spontaneous or is it just the lawyer i mean put me in the. school in the middle of the ukrainian president recalls the events of twenty four. those who took his invested over five billion dollars to assist ukraine in these and other goals that will ensure a secure and prosperous and democratic. led .
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it is reported the man who carried out the stabbing in paris on saturday was on a security forces watch list for his extremist views he was shot and killed by police after he killed one person and injured several others. came down this road with his hands covered in blood holding a knife. plus among the stories that shaped the week of european leaders refusing to toe washington's line after president trump abandoned the iran nuclear deal with one key adviser now saying he cannot rule out sanctioning companies who do business with iran also had this out. of the two. palestinians are killed and dozens injured as protests continue on the
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border between gaza.

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