Have You Ever Wondered What the world would be like without war? No bickering and fighting to settle the score? A place where all your fantasies came true? The sky over you always blue? A home where poverty and homelessness vanished long ago? The answer was either yes or no? Where animals with no fear of genocide of their brethren? And your hellish dreams stayed hidden in a cavern? As awesome as it sounds, the only way to get there is if we all one day disappeared and died. As we are a people lead by corrupt sinners that spend their days wasting our money and telling lies.
Which One Would You Want To Be In The Middle Of? Our WWII Hitler was born in Austria but then took over Germany during the early 1930's. He was upset at the people who betrayed him and began the Holocaust which killed 10 million people, mainly Jewish people. Then, WWII became a battle between the Axis Powers, Germany, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria, and the Allied Forces of USA, Britain, France, USSR (Russia), Australia, Albania, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Denmark, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Greece, Haiti, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. By September 2, 1945, the Axis surrendered, Italy being the first to surrender, Germany the second and Japan being the last. Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria never surrendered as far as I researched. 55 million were dead and 3 million were missing. Europe, the Soviet Union, and Japan were in ruins, and Germany and Britain's economies were really fudged up. America donated 12.4 billion to Western Eur
Creepypasta Theory: Hetalia-Germany (I haven't seen a creepypasta theory for Germany, so here I go!!) Ludwig scrambled down the hallway, but it wasn't fast enough to get away from what was chasing him. His father. "LUDWIG!!!", his father exclaimed,"YOU GET OVER HERE! YOU DROPPED A PAPER SCRAP!!!!" His father was a strict, neat man, who hit Ludwig over the head for having a single wrinkle in his clothes, so who knows what he would do now. Eventually, his father cornered him, his paddle in hand. He began beating his son viciously, Ludwig biting his lip till it bled trying not to scream or cry as that would result in another round. When the man finished, he kicked Ludwig down the stairs and forced him to pick up the paper scrap. Ludwig had heard of kids at school who's parents just asked them to pick up the scrap, but he couldn't believe it. He wished to tell someone about this abuse, but he couldn't bring himself to risk getting beat or even killed. He had had it. He t