Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Nazi, Hitler, Twitter

Thursday, 18 October 2012

image for Twitter bans German Nazis in Germany: Herr Hitler was a huge "twit" too!
He has a lot to be responsible for Herr Twitler

Twitter have bowed to the requests of the German government and banned German Nazis from being enormous "Twits" on the German Twitter site. As for the rest of the world they can continue "twitting" their evil messages with impunity.

A spokesman for the German Nazi Twitter group, Herr Wolfgang Twitler, gave the following statement; "ve dont care about Twitter because ve love Hitler and he vas not a twit, he vas our Fuhrer and still is!"

"Also ve vill continue to twitter all over the planet because that is vat our Fuhrer vants us to do and Angela Merkel is a two face Schweinerhund bitch!"

A Twitter spokesman also gave his comment about the banning and here it is; "These damn Nazis are a bunch of real bent twits and anything we can do to stop them spreading their evil messages we will do! We are also considering banning Bin Laden fans, George Bush fans, Stalin fans, Franco fans, Napolean fans, Aleister Crowley fans, Jimmy Page fans, Enoch Powell fans, Mao tse Tung fans and anybody else who follows extreme political or demonic ideaologies! In fact just at this moment we've banned all of Serbian football fans for being a bunch of monkey-chanting racists twits!"

Newsflash... Twitter announce masses of Twits converting to Facebook-ism (The new Religion)

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