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jetray

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He fought for Axis Imperial Japanese forces, they weren't exactly liberating anyone. If he'd succeeded you'd either have all been gassed, enslaved, or turned into a human centipede for the purpose of 'scientific' experimentation. He almost stole your freedom. You sure as hell wouldn't have become independent in 1947 if the axis powers had won.

That might not have been his vision for success but it would have been the outcome. The road to hell is paved with the good intentions of the foolish.
you can keep regurgitating falsehood that no one believes in , all I see is last gasps of propaganda from decaying & dying nazi imperialist empire.
 

BMD

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you can keep regurgitating falsehood that no one believes in , all I see is last gasps of propaganda from decaying & dying nazi imperialist empire.
Facts, if the side Bose actually fought for had won (Imperial Japan - Axis Power), that would be the outcome. He lost though, so you've been allowed to lie to yourselves about that. Reading your posts sometimes makes me wish he had succeeded, at least I wouldn't have to listen to this BS.
 
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jetray

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Facts, if the side Bose actually fought for had won (Imperial Japan - Axis Power), that would be the outcome. He lost though, so you've been allowed to lie to yourselves about that. Reading your posts sometimes makes me wish he had succeeded, at least I wouldn't have to listen to this BS.
still living in the past, days of imperialist powers winning is over. world war 2 was won bcos of russian sacrifices not due some piddly british who had their tails tucked between their legs in dunkirk. Ever wondered why imperialists lost all the wars they fought after world war 2 and had to indulge in coups to save their a***.
 
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Facts, if the side Bose actually fought for had won (Imperial Japan - Axis Power), that would be the outcome. He lost though, so you've been allowed to lie to yourselves about that. Reading your posts sometimes makes me wish he had succeeded, at least I wouldn't have to listen to this BS.
Yeah sure! You have access to some super secret Time Machine and can know what would have happened. LOL!
 

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