Hitler's Birthday Columbine School Shooting?

April 20 is the day we remember Hitler's Birthday and Columbine School Shooting.
On April 20, 1999, in the small, suburban town of Littleton, Colorado, two high-school seniors, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, enacted an all-out assault on Columbine High School during the middle of the school day.

What is it about this week in April? The 19th is the anniversary of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, which killed 168, and the federal governmentís deadly confrontation with the Branch Davidians at Waco, Texas, two years earlier. The 20th is leader Adolf Hitlerís birthday, which white supremacist groups mark around the world as a hallowed date and also the Columbine School Shooting anniversary.

Is like the week of the devil.

I also heard there is going to be a rally organized by the National Socialist Movement today at 12:30 on the South Lawn of City Hall to honor the April 20th birthday of Adolf Hitler. That is just insane.
Why isn't this celebration stopped?

asked by Marcus in Controversy | 3819 views | 04-19-2010 at 04:51 PM

They're letting the group celebrate Hitler's birthday on April 20 because they have a permit for the gathering. They promise they're just celebrating a birthday.
Adolf Hitler's birthday should not be remembered in any way, he was a detestable man that only deserves we all forget about him.
Its OK to remember all the victims but Hitler? He must feeling happy that the world remember his birthday on April 20. Instead we should always celebrate his death.

It is a week full of tragedy.
April 19th in history became infamous with the Oklahoma City bombing, in which 168 were killed. It was the largest act of domestic terrorism in American history and remains so to this day.

Though the Columbine massacre wasn't part of April 19th in history, it happened on April 20th. As such, the memories of that tragedy have already begun.
Columbine was a massacre. I just watched the video where the students are in panic. Such a scary moment.

answered by Jenny | 04-19-2010 at 05:00 PM

Some guy wanted to recreate the Columbine School Shooting incident this year.
He stated that on April 20 he was going to conduct a Columbine-type shooting at Plainedge High School on Wyngate Drive, where he was formerly a student.

The authorities found out and he is now arrested. The world is full of crazy people.

answered by Marcie | 04-19-2010 at 08:36 PM

Today marks the anniversary number 11 of the Columbine School shooting, an odd-year milestone that millions of Americans will let come and go without notice.

But for the survivors, for the victims' families and friends, time's steady march is not enough to dull the pain.

The memories are still present in Littleton, Colorado.
Those students are still not over it.

Did the shooters choose this day specifically because of Hitler's Birthday?

answered by Bear | 04-20-2010 at 04:08 PM

F'ing Liberals...
You people with your whining and complaining about the supposed atrocities that are "Hitler" and "Columbine" need to get your heads out of your bu tts! FREE SPEECH and the RIGHT TO ASSEMBLE are protected constitutional rights! For any of you to say ANY organization should not be allowed to assemble because "they are celebrating Hitler's Birthday" or for ANY other reason makes you no better than Hitler himself who's fascist regime chose to dictate to people when and where they could assemble and imposed on their rights in may other ways. Do you people ever stop to think before you open your mouths?

answered by Guest | 04-20-2010 at 07:10 PM

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