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Clemmensen Tintin review = childish Nazi humor

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Sparticus
Clemmensen Tintin review = childish Nazi humor   Friday, November 4, 2011 (1:50 p.m.) 

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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Sparticus
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Re: Clemmensen Tintin review = childish Nazi humor   Saturday, November 5, 2011 (11:24 a.m.) 

> 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.

Wow, where are you getting this from, the question in the fine print at the very bottom of the page? Herge did renounce the New Order after the war, but he did initially give it some credence, so a tiny question in fine print that isn't even incorporated into the review itself is not evidence of "a f-cked up playground for insane and childish gossip-mongering."


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