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Desc:Jonathan Meades examines the fallacies and evil of a neo-pagan movement through its architecture.
Category:Educational, Crime
Tags:germany, Nazis, architecture, Jonathan Meades, palpable contempt
Submitted:Sanest Man Alive
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Interesting, but would have been better without the British equivalent of Penn Jillette.
Void 71
If you casually dismiss architecture that took place under tyrannical rule, then you're not going to have a lot of buildings left to admire.
Sanest Man Alive
Elucidating the Why of a building's design, in relation to the undeniably horrible culture that was pervading that nation during its construction, is a casual dismissal now? Why, because he only needed a few minutes to rip into each example he showed?

theory of conspiracy or persecution complex ? ... love those maniacs guys, they're so delightful

Hey, Angry McChubsalot, Speer was the only high ranking Nazi at the Nuremburg Trials to not only apologize for his involvement but plead guilty and swear off his allegiances to the ideology. His memoirs are fantastic, if evil, reading.
Black Napkins
"Greeting, traveller! I'm Garth Marenghi, horror auteur."
Juice Eggs McKenna
Can we get a "specious reasoning" tag for this fool?
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