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pratik
pratik

Look, what I found in one of my dad’s cabinets 😱 No translation required, right?

odd
odd

@pratik I got it from Amazon at one point in time too. Thought I maybe could try to understand some of the reasons for the genocidical mindset. After reading somewhere that the book was so poorly written, I decided I didn’t bother, so I erased it from my account, just in case.

Interesting that he have his hand on a translated book on the cover photo. The swastika is a Indian symbol originally isn’t it?

pratik
pratik

@odd yeah but it got co-opted (tilted) by the Nazis.

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odd
odd

@pratik Yes. Here in Norway, we had the fascist Vidkun Quisling and his Nasjonal Samling, (National Union), which co-opted an old Norse sun-symbol, much the same.

Microlorian
Microlorian

@pratik Is this "Mein Kampf"? I downloaded that books years ago. I somehow was interested in that crazy mind of him, but I never read the book...

I think it's good that this time is over. But I'm looking over to Russia...

pratik
pratik

@Mandalorian Yes, it is.

ridwan
ridwan

@pratik Well, I bet he was only curious! On a separate note, the current ruling party in India slowly & openly progressing towards this lunatic's ideology.

supremus
supremus

@pratik it used to be fashion in india at some pt to read this book and my conversations with truth by Gandhi to have a “balanced” view 😆

parag
parag

@pratik I remember receiving an english copy of 'Mein Kampf' when I was in 9th or 10th grade. Never read it because I didn't like reading english books at that time. Used to do the absolute minimum required english reading to get by in school. Should have looked for this Marathi version. @supremus