Message from Usukkaka in Nationalist Review 🎅🏻 #srs-politics

2018-04-12 00:22:30 UTC  

He would later on, betray all of what he stood for

2018-04-12 00:22:35 UTC  


2018-04-12 00:22:37 UTC  

So, yea, he was a traitor indeed

2018-04-12 00:22:40 UTC  

but he was a schizo

2018-04-12 00:22:42 UTC  

AND a traitor

2018-04-12 00:22:58 UTC  

Because he leaked state information

2018-04-12 00:23:00 UTC  

@liqhts exactly

2018-04-12 00:23:39 UTC  

no, my point is, if they used Zyklon B with the Warning smell for removal of lice, Why would they buy it without the warning smell/agent?

2018-04-12 00:23:43 UTC  

I also fail to see why he maintained his position of power if his views were deemed so radical

2018-04-12 00:23:55 UTC  

it was to get rid of the lice which carried the Typhus

2018-04-12 00:23:56 UTC  

they wanted to use the one without the warning smell so they could kill unsuspecting jews.

2018-04-12 00:23:58 UTC  

and other bacteria

2018-04-12 00:24:24 UTC  

Mmmmmmm not exactly

2018-04-12 00:24:31 UTC  

as we were talking before of mustard gas

2018-04-12 00:24:42 UTC  

So what is the purpose of buying it without the warning agent?

2018-04-12 00:24:45 UTC  

there could have been uses such as - weaponize it

2018-04-12 00:24:49 UTC  

against the soviets

2018-04-12 00:24:57 UTC  

chemical warfare was illegal.

2018-04-12 00:25:10 UTC  

and so was raping women POW

2018-04-12 00:25:14 UTC  

but soviets didn't care

2018-04-12 00:25:16 UTC  

Geneva convention was in place at this point. Hitler wouldn't dare use it against the soviets

2018-04-12 00:25:18 UTC  

so, why should they?

2018-04-12 00:25:25 UTC  

Because once you use chemicals

2018-04-12 00:25:29 UTC  

The enemy uses them back

2018-04-12 00:25:34 UTC  

zyklon b takes 20 minutes to kill someone and lasts for a couple of hours, would they have used mass amounts of it to kill the soviets?

2018-04-12 00:25:41 UTC  

It was as close to MAD as you could get pre cold war

2018-04-12 00:25:48 UTC  

More as an infiltration item

2018-04-12 00:26:11 UTC  

They had some contacts from russians

2018-04-12 00:26:21 UTC  

that were against Stalin for a number of reasons

2018-04-12 00:26:26 UTC  

but that's my assumption

2018-04-12 00:26:43 UTC  

also, there were no documents proving that

2018-04-12 00:26:43 UTC  

they learned not to use chemical weapons in ww1 the hard way why do you think they were never used in ww2

2018-04-12 00:26:52 UTC  

there were weaponizing Zykon B again

2018-04-12 00:26:58 UTC  

or if it were, the soviets had it

2018-04-12 00:27:11 UTC  

and never released them, they moved idk how many documents from Vienna

2018-04-12 00:27:14 UTC  

when they invaded it

2018-04-12 00:27:31 UTC  

its hard to make a generalization like that, it would be more predictable that they got zyklon B without the warning agent to use on the millions of jews they held captive.

2018-04-12 00:27:39 UTC  

so, if you ask me, the logical assumption was to use it for the lice

2018-04-12 00:27:44 UTC  

remember, it also affected officers

2018-04-12 00:27:57 UTC  

I don't think lice could detect the warning smell of a gas.

2018-04-12 00:28:00 UTC  

and if you are in a war, you need to really take care of your officers