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Germans finally getting tired of the "Nazi" stereotype
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14 December 2006
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AUSCHWITZ, Poland -- In a press conference to the whole entire complete world (except those parts without television), the nation of Germany announced, on behalf of all German citizens worldwide, that Germans were officially tired of the "Nazi" stereotype.
Standing in front of Germany's national flag in a full decorative German military outfit, Germany's President, Horst Köhler, stated that, "The common stereotype against Germans, which perceives them as Nazis, is utterly ridiculous. That's like the dignified members of the Aryan Race perceiving all dirty, filthy, and greedy persons in the world as Jews. We all know it's the other way around." A thunderous applause followed.
This speech came after over sixty years of prejudice against Germans, who have unsuccessfully struggled to put their history behind them and move-on after killing over 11 million people.
"We apologized. 11 million people isn't even a lot in contrast to how many people the Jews have killed over the last 2,000 years, including Jesus," stated Köhler in response to a question from a reporter.
Köhler was then escorted out by several Kriegsmarine officers after chest-saluting all who attended, subsequently ending the press conference.