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Heil Hitler   [1991]

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C64 One-File Demo

Kill the Commies

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Credits :
Code .... Ogami of Fairlight, Reaction, Swedish Commodore Cracking Service
Graphics .... Ogami of Fairlight, Reaction, Swedish Commodore Cracking Service

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/85023/Heil_Hitler.t64 (downloads: 384)

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User Comment
Submitted by cba on 15 February 2010
In our entire archive (And that's a lot of giga bytes of .d64 files) this
file has been found only twice. The file name was just changed slightly where the scener abbreviation was removed from one of them.

(The archive was searched by the data of the file, not the file name itself)
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 12 February 2010
I'm pretty sure the name of the file, when spread in the 90:is was completely different.

The intention, as I got to know Ogami, who actually helped a lot in the making of Courtesy of Soviet, helping me with technical advice/hardware and so on. was far from the ideology of the name of this file. So, whether it should be here or not, is a question on the authenticity of the name. I could imagine the proper file name was ”crush communism” or the like, but since cba is one of the main file-hunters I wouldn't question his legacy. I don't believe it was ”H*H*”.

For those of you who got to know Ogami, this is not more than a young person telling things to go fuck itself, namely the worst ideology of the last 70 years and long before: Communism-Christianity-Nationalsocialim. Read my former comment.

In the 80:is and early 90:is, ideology was the breaking ground of frustration towards where society was heading at, regardless health of citizens, gender, environment and so on, so most of us went on the left to have something to say. And others criticized it.

To make this an entry to the CSDb, I guess change the name. Or simply delete it.
User Comment
Submitted by tnu on 12 February 2010
That was a fascinating era, with for example the audience of a Skinny Puppy (left wing, if anything) concert being labeled "neo-fascists" by a major newspaper reporter.

...eaven slayer was labelled as nazis when releasing reign in blood 1986....if you read their lyrics you know they are anything but nazis.....
User Comment
Submitted by Jon on 12 February 2010
Thank you for making the change, Joe. I will apologize for indirectly questioning your motives.

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Submitted by -$iXX!- on 12 February 2010
What Ed, Joe and Radiantx said. This is totally innocent and nothing of a hate production or whatever.
User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 12 February 2010
That was a fascinating era, with for example the audience of a Skinny Puppy (left wing, if anything) concert being labeled "neo-fascists" by a major newspaper reporter.

It seems the same vein is still running strong here. I do not think Joe is the one owing anyone an apology.
User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 12 February 2010
I doubt that a lot of people from outside of sweden understand the very special stance the synth-culture and it's like brought to a whole generation of young kids when growing up in Sweden. Similar to the punk scene, things like saying "fuck off" this demo works in a similar way.

I hardly think James was out to "get Ogami" as suggested by Ninjasbane.
- It is you who should pay apologies for your quick-minded assumptions and pointing fingers!

For those of us that actually got to know Ogami, or worked with him somehow know what this is all about.
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Submitted by Joe on 10 February 2010
...My guess is that this demo generally could continue the metamorphos to "$" and whatever.

This is not more than the typical saying that ideology turns into control and fascism
and that the history of Communism is equivalent of the terrors of the crossraid of Christianity and Nationalsocialism.
A very common idea amongst the young...

Probably this was made in 1989-90 sometime.
User Comment
Submitted by daison on 10 February 2010
I'm against censorship out of general principal.
I'm against nazi's too, but they exist so there's no point in denying or hiding that fact.

Upload it and flame it into oblivion I'd say!
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 10 February 2010
If I ever released the nude fetish c64 pixeled koala images of me and my gang of torture, sadism and rectal competition pro violation crew... then it sure belong here on csdb...

It`s like the scrolltext in here, it is all part of what we released... ha ha... Pervo Sex Text 12
User Comment
Submitted by Frantic on 10 February 2010
Okay... I have a few slideshows with nude pictures of PAL lying around. Let me see if I can find them. ;)
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 10 February 2010
All stuff released back then is a part of the history one preserves here, good, bad or silly.
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 10 February 2010
you should add it, definately (why exactly shouldnt you?). csdb is about preserving what has been, not about what we like(d).
User Comment
Submitted by Yazoo on 10 February 2010
well... in a few weeks when you type that "h... h..." into google, it will lead you to csdb... i am not sure if thats so cool :D
User Comment
Submitted by cba on 10 February 2010
Hmm don't know if I should add this, what do you guys think ?
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