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Old September 1st, 2018 #1
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Already lost my second family member for this year . .

https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=549793


Wow . . not really my year . .

Farewell , grandpa ( this forum doesn't have an 'Eternal Flame' subforum for family members so I simply figured I'd post it in geneology . . .)

Received report of that about half an hour ago . . . .

Wow . .

Had a better relationship with him than with my pa . . . .


You may figure why . .

Yet now both are gone . .

Concerning my grandpa . .

He was quite the opposite of my father ideologically , he believed in strict gender roles and all of his life , in a way , still was a Nazi-sympahizer . .

Even though he suffered severely from the war . .

The reason that my father was a lefist all his life probably came from him having no sympathies for his own dad's ideology . .

Dare I say , hardcore-leftist . .

NOT really in a Communist way but he was into animal-protectionism , environmentalist etc . . . . . .

Even though he himself lived quite decadent . . . .


Hmmm . . .

Concerning grandpa . . .

He was severely injured during World War 2 . . Almost they would have sent him to Stalingrad ( the battle which more or less decided WW2 ) . . . He had luck that in the last minute it was decided that vintage 1924 ( which he was ) was allowed to stay while '25 was sent off . . . .


Had he fought in Stalingrad I suppose my father and I would never have existed . . .


But he served well . . . .

Yet , like I said , he was terribly injured . . .

Lost his leg and for the rest of his life suffered from digestive difficulties due to a war injury . . .

Wow . .

That's how it always is . .

The NWO instigates wars . . And others . . .


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Farewell to both of you . .

Since I'm a parent now myself I recognize a lot went wrong in my family so far . .

I'll try the best I can . .


R.I.P.
 
Old September 1st, 2018 #2
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I am so sorry for your loss. I missed the thread about the loss of your father. One of the most difficult things about getting older is having family and friends die. It just doesn't seem as if it's the same world the second they're no longer in it. Were you close to your grandfather?

My paternal grandmother was my favorite person in the whole world. She's been gone for over 30 years and I still feel her loss to my core every day of my life. But I also feel her watching over me, and the memories of us together make life bearable.

I hope your memories warm and protect you from life's unhappiness and loneliness.
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Old September 1st, 2018 #3
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Thanks for your condolences , sis

I appreciate . .
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Were you close to your grandfather?
Closer than to my own father . .

Since you seem to have missed some of my posts , my father was alcoholic . .

Domestic violence was a thing I grew up with . . It was the order of the day for us . . .

I have forgiven him though . .

"De mortuis nihil nisi bene" ( "Of the dead , nothing but good ( to speak )" ) . .


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My paternal grandmother was my favorite person in the whole world.
Yep , I reckon . . Females usually are closer to their female family members while with males it's the other way round

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She's been gone for over 30 years and I still feel her loss to my core every day of my life.
For 30 years ? That's a long time . .

I'm sorry for that and for the fact that you no longer have her . .

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But I also feel her watching over me, and the memories of us together make life bearable.
I too believe in an afterlife . .


. . and memories stand forever . .

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I hope your memories warm and protect you from life's unhappiness and loneliness.
Wonderful choice of words , sis

Much appreciated . .

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Old September 1st, 2018 #4
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My condolences, ColdFire.

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Old September 1st, 2018 #5
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Thanks , friend

 
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He was quite the opposite of my father ideologically , he believed in strict gender roles and all of his life , in a way , still was a Nazi-sympahizer . .
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But he served well . . . .

Yet , like I said , he was terribly injured . . .

Lost his leg and for the rest of his life suffered from digestive difficulties due to a war injury . . .
I'm sorry for your loss, ColdFire. If your grandfather fought for National Socialist Germany, and remained (more or less) pro-NS after the war, then he certainly deserves respect, and I'm truly sorry that he suffered from the injuries that he sustained in battle.

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The reason that my father was a lefist all his life probably came from him having no sympathies for his own dad's ideology . .

Dare I say , hardcore-leftist . .

NOT really in a Communist way but he was into animal-protectionism , environmentalist etc . . . . . .
Well, there's nothing wrong with - or inherently leftist about - respecting animals and the environment, but unfortunately, the jew-controlled, pro-rapeugee, pro-homosexual, degenerate left has cynically hijacked this extremely important issue (even though jews love to torture animals in their disgusting religious rituals, which I have written about here on VNN).
 
Old September 1st, 2018 #7
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I'm sorry for your loss, ColdFire. If your grandfather fought for National Socialist Germany, and remained (more or less) pro-NS after the war, then he certainly deserves respect, and I'm truly sorry that he suffered from the injuries that he sustained in battle.
Thanks , bro . .

Yes , a lot went wrong in my family as I have said above yet your relatives are one of the few things you cannot choose in life . . .


By that I mean I cannot change what my granddad has to endure during World War 2 and the fact that my father was the way he was ( at least mentally . .)

But you have to make your peace with what is given sometimes , painful as that may be . .


. . telling yourself you might do it differently when it's up to you .


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Well, there's nothing wrong with - or inherently leftist about - respecting animals and the environment, but unfortunately, the jew-controlled, pro-rapeugee, pro-homosexual, degenerate left has cynically hijacked this extremely important issue (even though jews love to torture animals in their disgusting religious rituals, which I have written about here on VNN).
Muslims as well as jews ( kosher and halal slaughter . . .) . . .

Concerning environmentalism . .

The NWO supposedly supports that too but only on the surface when in fact the NWO capitalists do a great deal in polluting the Earth themselves , second , they mostly blame people of our race . .

They seldom lose words about the pollution caused by other races . . .

Such as the pollution of the Ganges river for example . .


Ganges is the most polluted river in the world . .

Hindus burn the corpses of their dead there . . .


I wouldn't want to know under what Ganges had to suffer already . .

Since it is a custom in modern day India to do 'your basic needs in the open' ( if you know what I mean ) probably a lot of urine . .
 
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I wish you that the time of your losses is over. I wish you that the time of acquisitions has come for you.

Both my grandfathers died in the last years of the 20th century.





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Old September 29th, 2018 #9
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Both my grandfathers died in the last years of the 20th century.
How old were they if I may ask ?
 
Old September 30th, 2018 #10
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My own grandfather died over 30 years ago, and I still miss him. What I do feel badly about now is that he was part of the Worst Generation and that he himself fought and killed Germans and Italians in the war, like millions of other Americans did. As much as I berate the WW2 generation, one thing I can say in my grandfather's personal defense is that he never bragged about his "service" and didn't talk about the war at all unless I asked him. Unlike many of the surviving old fucks do today, doddering around in their clownish scrambled-egg veteran caps being worshipped like gods and regaling the fawning kwans about how they saved the world from those evil Nazis and Japs. If my grandfather were still around today, he might be angry at me since I have learned the truth about World War Jew, but I wouldn't care, since I prefer to know the truth than live in some jew-created fantasy world.
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How old were they if I may ask ?
I don't remember it. It seems to them both were over 60 years old.
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