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Posted by Cauchemar on 26 October 2017 - 03:33 AM
My vote goes to A, as it is a pretty funny and well done splice, with a nice colour palette. The B is still good, but I don't really like the colours, and that tentacle thingy seems out of place (imo). Plus, I'm not a fan of that red-orange-yellow combo, especially with the red which is... too red. :)
Posted by Cauchemar on 26 August 2017 - 10:15 AM
It would be similar to if I told you that a man broke into my house last night, sprinkled cheerios all over the ground and drank all my milk. How could say that didn't happen? Since you can't disprove my point, then surely this could have happened right? (now that I think of it maybe that part was ironic too...)
History work is based on evidence and is supposed to be factual and neutral, which is of course not totally possible. But to consider the phenomenal amount of documents and testimonies (that are comforting the fact that there were such a genocide) as null would be a huge mistake. Historians work on 'facts' : there are documents (pictures, letters, testimonies, plans,...) that for the most part are still accesible. Then they have to choose a direction for what is supposed to have happened. This is where they can't be absolutely objective, because what they do is an interpretation of what happened, based on 'facts'. So let's assume there are enough evidences and enough serious historians who have different point of views on the same subject, but in a way they agree on some key points of their interpretation. These key points are quite dificult to call 'wrong', because specialist agree on them. To tell them false, you need yourself an amount of coherent evidence that proves it. But if it were the case, historians would have taken them into account in order to make their interpretation.
So, as there are enough evidence that induce that the holocaust happened, and as this genocide is considered as what I called a 'key point' among historians, it remains 2 theories :
- There is a conspiracy among historians not to let us know the truth. They are inventing the history we learn because they're manipulated by rich communist jews, or they are jews themselves. Their aim : controlling the world by inspiring remorse.
- What I called evidence, or 'facts', are fake ones !! They were crafted by rich communist jews' slaves so the jews can control the world by inspiring remorse.