Message from Tarnfurt in tradworker #tradworker
Well I'm still a German citizen myself but yes honorary burger for 10 years now
Working on my citizenship
I thought buger might mean German but i couldn't be sure
All about the Fatherland.
Bürger is also out word for citizen
But no seriously I tried to add Cesar on here like a week ago and nothing yet
I'm thinking about claiming Italian citizenship
i'm thinking about using my blood to claim Lithuanian citizenship
Oh nice. Bit of pronunciation difference but similar meaning. 25% I think of Americans have direct German immigrant ancestors.
I knew burg meant village or town.
Well really castle but yes
I know many words have contextual variances too like in English.
But that is very specifically always castle?
For here in Ohio change that number to like 70%
For the most part, a lot of German towns end in burg... but then those tend to also have the castles that started the cities to begin with
So many German descended people
Once day we will reclaim Wewelsburg for the EH church: https://i.pinimg.com/736x/89/27/b0/8927b0b1901837d6edf2250d798444aa--maze-wewelsburg-castle.jpg
@Fevs Yes which I think is awesome. I'm first generation for me here, well my mom and I
I like the sound of that
@FürMeineKameraden(TWP - NC) Yeah if you're not an esoteric hitlerist you're doing something wrong obviously
Do any of the Nc command guys have FB?
I am both Orthodox and EH. I have always been an esoteric Christian before anyway too.
Is there anything for SC
Cesar is NC.
But no SC
Not sure on that, my friend.
Hopefully someone else here knows.
I am a lowly peasant.
Caser covers SC also
Who is that
Caser Hess he is on face book