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(((Greatest Generation))) gets the bullet too

Title is metaphorical. They are already half dead, but this is about finding other ways to make them answer for betraying our White race and the Führer. How is /pol/ treating any relatives that remain of this thoroughly Kiked (((generation)))? In my case only my “great” grandpa still lives, but since I let Hitler into my life I have thoroughly renounced and rebuked that vicious old kike crony. It helps that he can no longer speak so I am completely free to punish him, and in completely legal ways, each time I visit him at the nursery. Examples of ways I have avenged Adolf the Great:

>Told him that he should be ashamed of betraying the White race and that he was a proper Judas.
>Told him his “victory” was for nothing and that his grandchild now belongs to Hitler. Then I spoke German to him rest of the visit, because that is what we would have all done if he had not betrayed our race to the Kikes (I learnt German since I am at least 1/64th Bavarian).
>I sold all his dirty Jew medals and told him about it. Then I bought a real German iron cross with oak leaves for the money and showed it to him. Even put it on my chest and goose-stepped around the room. At same time I put a yellow Star of David on his chest! You could just see how the old Kike was seething! But he could not tell anyone!
>On Halloween I visited dressed up in SS uniform and with Hitler moustache. Everyone in the nursery just thought it was a cute costume, but the old Kike immediately understood what I meant when I entered the room with a proud Sieg Heil! Perhaps, if Kikes servants do cry, there was a tear drop in his big nasty brown eyes.

It feels good that we can actually make sure those traitors are punished without even resorting to violence or break any laws
>Sticks and stones may break your nose, but my words will fucking annihilate you
So how do you make your (((Greatest Generation))) relatives regret ever betraying Adolf Hitler?

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