|10 aEven if it failed and nobody remembers it,
11 bAnd Hitler went completely insane and conspired to destroy Germany forever, which would have happened if good Germans hadn't stopped it,
12 cWhich was also brave and noble,
13 dEven if nobody remembers it,
14 eAnd the outgunned, outmanned remnants of the great German army almost stopped the Allies in the fBattle of the Bulge,
15 gWhich was heroic and almost incredible,
16 Even if nobody remembers it,
17 hAnd finally Hitler committed suicide in his bunker, along with Goebbels and some of the other criminals,
18 Which was a big relief to every patriotic German,
19 iEven if nobody will ever acknowledge it.
CHAPTER 351 And then the German people submitted tamely to the terms of peace,
2 Including the Allies' desire to rip Germany apart,
3 And turn it into two weak and powerless nations,
4 One democratic,
5 jMeaning rule by American puppets,
6 And one communist,
7 kMeaning rule by Soviet Russian puppets,
8 With about a thousand miles of barbed wire between the two.
9 lAnd the German people submitted tamely to the kangaroo courts that executed all their high officials at Nuremberg,
||10 mAnd to the scorn of the world,
11 nAnd to the law that said they could never make war again,
12 oNot even to defend themselves from outside aggression,
14 They submitted tamely because they are pcivilized people,
15 qAnd not the monsters they've been made out to be.
CHAPTER 361 Which is all well and good,
2 Except for one thing,
3 Which is a thing the Krauts can never quite seem to remember,
4 No matter how many times it is brought to their attention,
5 Which is that all the good civilized Krauts just stood by and watched when Hitler decided that it would be a good thing to kill all the Jews,
6 Which he almost did,
7 Killing six million of them.
8 Six million.
CHAPTER 371 And in spite of what all the rgood Krauts say,
2 Hitler didn't do it alone,
3 Because he had help,
4 sFrom the SS, who rounded them all up and put them in concentration camps behind barbed wire and gave them nothing to eat,
5 tAnd from German corporations, who submitted bids for the building of gas chambers and crematoria,
6 uAnd from the people of Germany, who watched it all happen and did nothing whatever to stop it,