Well what a strange story this is. These cartoons are signed by Hitler allegedly. Hitler controls children's minds all across Bavaria as his hero Walt controls children's minds everywhere else. Their methods are different but their goal would appear to be the same. The goal was the mass dulling of human consciousness. That goal has been achieved for the most part. It is strange that a story like this should appear on the same day that a Pakistani Dictator orders the disruption of the Internet to stop free people accessing Youtube. It's the suppression of information that all Dictators seek. The suppression of FREE THOUGHT.
"The director of a Norwegian museum claimed yesterday to have discovered cartoons drawn by Adolf Hitler during the Second World War. William Hakvaag, the director of a war museum in northern Norway, said he found the drawings hidden in a painting signed "A. Hitler" that he bought at an auction in Germany."
"He found coloured cartoons of the characters Bashful and Doc from the 1937 Disney film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which were signed A.H., and an unsigned sketch of Pinocchio as he appeared in the 1940 Disney film. Hitler tried to make a living as an artist before his rise to power. While there was no independent confirmation yesterday that the drawings were the work of the Nazi leader, Hitler is known to have owned a copy of Snow White, the classic animated adaptation of a German fairy tale, and to have viewed it in his private cinema."
Also a couple of days ago The Nazi Scientologist fuckhead Will Smith recieved damages from the Scottish newspaper the Daily Record for implying in an article that Agent Smith the Brother of the BELLair and Prince of Blackmen thought Hitler was a "Good Man".
"Will Smith has won undisclosed damages in the High Court over a series of articles which claimed he believed Adolf Hitler was a "good" person He also received a public apology over the reports, which his solicitor described as "deeply distressing to him". Rachel Atkins said the stories on various gossip websites misinterpreted a remark the Men In Black star made in Scottish tabloid the Daily Record. "