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Clemmensen Tintin review = childish Nazi humor
• Posted by: Azeroth
• Date: Friday, November 4, 2011, at 1:50 p.m.
• IP Address: cpe-65-186-194-79.insight.res.rr.com

There is no direct proof that Hergé was a Nazi collaborator. Yes he was anti-Semetic and that made it into Tintin, but there is no way that Milou the dog is a "manifestation of Hergé's belief in the New Order". Clemmensen is an asshole for even suggesting it - Hergé denounced the New Order after the war!!

No question - This site is a f-cked up playground for insane and childish gossip-mongering.




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