Alexander the Great was SS = (AS crazy AS Adolf Hitler)

Historical Background of this group:
₪╬₪ Q: Who was the first SS?
۩ A: Alex the Gr8 coz was S crazy S Adolf.
₪╬₪ Q: What are the similarities between Alexander the Great and Hitler?
۩ A: Alexander the Great was mad with his idea of conquering the world, which caused him to make many self-destruction mistakes. His enterprise to conquer the known world was crazy and his sealed fate was to fail. The only thing he accomplished is to ruin innocent people lives. Alexander's plans against everyone were evil in nature. His madness led him to evil.
Apart from Alexander also Hitler was similarly mad and evil. Hitler was mad with his idea of creating lebensraum for the Germans, which caused him to make some very dumb mistakes, especially, that of attacking the Soviet Union (while the Soviet Union was significantly weakened, it was still a sleeping giant). Also, Hitler's plans against the Jews were evil in nature. His madness led him to evil too.
₪╬₪ Q: Why people in Greece use to say that Alexander’s conqueror wars paved the way for Christianity?
۩ A: Did they really say that? Because of course he didn’t, he did quite the opposite! Outstanding is the sermon of Jesus Christ: “For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?” (Mark 8:36) & “My Kingdom is not an earthly kingdom. If it were, my followers would fight to keep me from being handed over to the Jewish leaders. But my Kingdom is not of this world.” (John 18:36)
₪╬₪ Q: Was Alexander the Great really great?
۩ A: No, not really, human life is not a chess game! Everyone who has experienced the sorrow and pain of a causeless war would say that the word crazy is poor to describe someone like Hitler or Alexander.
₪╬₪ Q: Do we have established a reasonable motive for Alexander’s and Hitler’s wars?
۩ A: Plutarch have the answer: “Alexander wept when he heard from his close companion Anaxarchus that there were an infinite number of worlds; and his friends asking him if any accident had befallen him, he returns this answer: “Do you not think it a matter worthy of lamentation that when there is such a vast multitude of them, we have not yet conquered one?”
The wars of Hitler & Alexander wasn’t for defensive purposes and must be morally condemned as imperialist mistakes which brought whole countries in sudden catastrophe without any reasonable explanation.
Both leaders went to war without vision and they have been committed Great War Crimes but historical evidence is wrongly written essentially for Alexander the “Great” and consequently today, millions of people learn wrong history.
₪╬₪ Q: How can you tell to someone crazy armed bellicose that he is a true stoner -without killing you?
۩ A: Diogenes actually said that: "the only positive thing you can do Alexander the Great is a step aside so as not your shadow to keep the sunshine from me”
₪╬₪ Q: Has Alexander the Great done anything positive?
۩ A: Into his crazy mind there was one hope, his guilty conscience many times drove him to regret.
"The murder of his friend Clitus, which Alexander deeply and immediately regretted, is as a sign of his paranoia, as it is his execution of Philotas and his general Parmenion. But after he had killed his friend Clitus who had twice saved his life in battle, he regretted this act deeply and he wept for forty-eight hours …"
₪╬₪ Q: Did Alexander’s behavior sometimes was like a delicate girl?
۩ A: Yes, his maniacal behavior could be changed radically, sometimes: “The Battle of the Hydaspes River was fought by Alexander in May 326 BCE against the Indian king Porus at Kshatriya on the Hydaspes River in the Punjab. Although the Indians were defeated Alexander suffered a major loss in the battle: Vukephalas, his horse whom Alexander had ridden into every major battle throughout his career, was injured and died. Grief-stricken, Alexander memorialized his horse by naming a town - Vukephalia - after it. (Scholars today are not sure where that town was located.)”
₪╬₪ Q: Why historians still today call Alexander the Macedonian "Great" although legitimate historians knows that he was a bellicose King?
۩ A: If we admit the truth we have to scrap thousands historical books into garbage, so the law of inertia* is answerable for the overrun. (*LAW OF INERTIA -Carry out an experiment: “We are taking α match box and superimpose a coin. We are moving slowly the box and we observe that the coin is travelling with it. We speed-up and the coin is still travelling with it. But when we stop abruptly the move, the coin continues moving and finally falls off in front of the box!”)
Even today their shadows cause bloodshed and problems.
If we don't learn the mistakes of history, we are doomed to repeat them.
Join this group, in memorial of the sorrow and pain that war leaves behind in imperialistic games - it’s just a hope for a better tomorrow...
Because we are not boring people, here is a joke about Alexander’s the gr8 horse:
"It was called Vukephalas. This name is a composite word and it is a concatenation of two Greek words:
1. βους (Vous) - βόδι (Vodi) = ox ▬► bull &
2. κεφάλας (kephalas) = head.
Consequently "Vukephalas" means “bull head” and it reminds of the word “bullshit" which is the meaning of what Alex the gr8 really did into every major battle throughout his career!"

Alexander the Great was a greedy, horrible leader. He was in reality a selfish, drunk who used one of the most powerful armies of his time, for his own self-glorification. It is estimated that Alexander the Great slaughtered over one hundred thousand innocent men, and enslaved tens of thousands of innocent women, and children.
He was known for ruthlessly slaughtering entire villages. Alexander the Great would conquer a city, claim the riches for himself and then sells the harmless citizens into slavery. If he defeated an army and the army retreated, Alexander would chase down the retreating armies, and massacre them. He had no regard for anybody, including his own men. His life-work reveals that he was voracious and hardhearted human. He slaughtered innocent. Also, he treated his troops with disrespect and disregard. Furthermore, he was a reckless and negligent military leader. Additionally, Alexander the Great was a man that did not let anything stand in his way. If something was not in his way, he would demolish it for the fun of it. This applies to more than buildings and structures; he was known for ruthlessly slaughtering entire villages. ▓█░▒▓█░▒▓█░▒▓█░▒▓█░▒▓█░▒▓█░▒▓█░▒▓█░▒▓█░▒▓█░▒
A strong tradition, lists Alexander as having epilepsy, known to the Greeks as the Sacred Disease and thought to be a mark of divine favor. At the time of Alexander the Great epilepsy was known as "the sacred disease" because of the belief that those who had seizures were possessed by evil spirits or touched by the gods and should be treated by invoking mystical powers.
There are many alienist doctors who established that he was epileptic: "Since we have established that Alexander the Great was epileptic, epilepsy is a chronic neurological disorder that causes seizures. Epilepsy is a problem affecting the brain, symbolized by recurring and uncontrolled seizures. Some of the symptoms of epilepsy are uncontrolled movements of the body, disorientation or confusion, sudden fear, or loss of consciousness. Epilepsy may occur due to a head injury, stroke, brain tumor, lead poisoning, genetic conditions, or severe infections like encephalitis." While non-epileptic patients often have seizures that are provoked by a certain stimulus (like flashing light, stress, as a result of another disorder, etc)., epileptic seizures are unprovoked by external stimuli, and rather stem from abnormal activity of the brain's neurons. As with many disorders, the longevity and severity vary from patient to patient, and though there is no cure, can be treated through medication or surgery (in some rare cases)...Just read the names of some of the people who were afflicted with Epilepsy! Napoleon Bonaparte-French emperor, Alfred Nobel-Swedish chemist, Alexander the great, Socrates-Greek philosopher..."
There is still today some confusion about both Alexander’s and Hitler's nationality.
What Nationality was Adolf Hitler?
Adolf Hitler (20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945), born in Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungary, was an Austrian-born German politician. Hitler considered himself as German. Hitler considered a patriot German because he didn't want immigrants there, he undertook and accomplice to a military campaign based on the long-term hostility between French–German enmity.
What Nationality was Alexander the Great?
Alexander III (the Great) was born in 356 BC in Pella, capital at the time being of the Macedonian kingdom and died in Babylon in 323 BC. Alexander III (the Great) considered himself as Greek. He undertook and accomplice to a military campaign based on the long-term hostility between Greeks-Persians enmity.
There lived in ancient Sinope a wise man whose name was Diogenes of Sinope. He was born in Sinope (modern-day Sinop, Turkey) in 412 or 404 BC and died in 323 BC, at Corinth. His life was a relentless campaign to debunk the social values and institutions of what he saw as a corrupt society. He used to stroll about in full daylight with a lamp; when asked what he was doing, he would answer, "I am just looking for an honest man." He said that no man needed much, and so he did not live in a house but slept in a tub. Men came from all parts of the land to see him and talk to him.
Alexander came to him when he was living in his famous tub and said: "I am Alexander the Great King." “And I am Diogenes the Cynic," replied Diogenes. Alexander stood opposite and asked, "Are you not afraid of me?" "Why, what are you," said Diogenes, “a good thing or a bad?” “A good thing”, answered Alexander. “Whereupon…” Diogenes asked: "…who, then, is afraid of the good?"
Diogenes asked Alexander what his plans were. Alexander answered that he planned to conquer and subjugate Greece, “Then what?” Diogenes asked. Alexander said that he planned to conquer and subjugate Persian Empire. “And then?” Alexander said that he planned to conquer and subjugate the world. Diogenes, who was not easily dissuaded from a line of inquiry, posed the question again: “What next?” Alexander told Diogenes that after all that conquering and subjugating, he planned to relax and enjoy himself. Diogenes responded: "Why not save yourself a lot of trouble by relaxing and enjoying yourself now?"
Alexander the Great proudly stood over him and said: "Ask of me any boon you like!" To which Diogenes replied: “You can step aside a little so as not your shadow to keep the sunshine from me.” Curiously this answer did not make the Great king angry. He turned to his officers with the following words: "If I were not Alexander, I should like to be Diogenes."
In another account of the conversation, Alexander found the philosopher looking attentively at a pile of human bones. Diogenes explained, "I am searching for the bones of your father but cannot distinguish them from those of a slave."
As it turned out, both Diogenes and Alexander died in 323 B.C., Alexander being 33 and Diogenes (allegedly) 90.
Today modern history books giving an outline of Alexander "the Great" got so much wrong! The forward historians will laugh with the today writen history about Alexander’s inroad into foreign territory:
1. the today admissible history is: “in the summer of 326 BC, Alexander's army crossed the heavily defended river during a violent thunderstorm to meet Porus' forces.” (They had an appointment in India?).
The true story is: “In the summer of 326 BC Alexander's army attacked fiercely Indian and their King Porus' put up a gallant defense fight in order to repelled the inroad of Alexander's army”
2. the today admissible history is: "Alexander’s invasive and conqueror wars prepared and paved the way for Christianity."
The true story is: "Alexander the Great and his army killed people, burned cities and raped local women. The disaster that Alexander brought with his conqueror wars ruined the future of whole cities.
Alexander named many cities Alexandria after himself. Those cities were famous at the time but today they are not as popular as the ancient times because Alexander the Great and his army raped the local women before they rename those cities"
Yet almost unexplored regions is some written historical records but also ably hidden parts of Alexander’s history:
1. The present-day names of the countries he conquered reveal his identity as imperialist: "Alexander the Great lived from 356 to 323 BC. During this time he had dangerously inroad into Hellas, Persian Empire, Cappadocia, Babylonian, Phoenicia, Syria and Egypt (a foreign territory for him). This territory is known today by the names of Greece, Turkey, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and northern India. However hateful and unwelcome imperialist wars he was also responsible for the death of thousands of his own men.
2.“In Thebes Alexander brutally put down the attempt of the people of Thebes to declare their independence. His forces killed 6,000 Thebans, sold more than 20,000 into slavery, and destroyed virtually the entire city.”
3.“In Persia Alexander's military campaign against Persia was brutal and relentless, without regard for the casualties of either the Persians or his own troops. He plundered the riches of Persepolis, Persian's great capital, and burned it to the ground, destroying centre of Persian culture:"…Then, in midwinter, Alexander forced his way to Persepolis, the Persian capital. After plundering the royal treasuries and taking other rich booty, he burned the city during a drunken binge…"”
4.“In India Alexander's forces spent three years ruthlessly putting down any resistance, slaughtering males and selling females and children into slavery. His campaigns into deepest India, despite horrible weather conditions, finally caused his own troops to demand that he turn around and return home."
5.“The travel down the river resumed and the Macedonian army reached the mouth of the Indus in the summer of 325 BC. Then it turned westward to Persia. But the return was a disaster. The army was marching through the notorious Gerdosian desert during the middle of the summer. By the time Alexander reached Susa thousands had died of heat and exhaustion.”
6."…The theory has been advanced that he was actually an alcoholic having for example, in a drunken fury, killed his friend Clitus who had twice saved his life in battle. He later regretted this act deeply and he wept for forty-eight hours …"
"The murder of his friend Clitus, which Alexander deeply and immediately regretted, is as a sign of his paranoia, as it is his execution of Philotas and his general Parmenion"
The Gordian knot is a legend of Gordium the capital city of ancient Phrygia. A Phrygian King had bound a chariot yoke. And legend said that who untied the knot he would become the master of Asia. Until then nobody could untied it. Alexander cut the 'Gordian knot'. Is it the same untied a knot and cut a knot? Did Alexander really became the master of Asia or he eventually lost the war? Today the Gordian knot is often used as a metaphor for an intratable problem solved by a bold stroke (cutting the Gordian knot or everything cannot be untied must cut off) but also many times this example can provide an alibi for war or it can be useful as a line of argument for the “law of the jungle”
1. In 338 BC the armies of Philip II defeated the other Greek cities at the Battle of Chaeronea, effectively ending Athenian independence. Subsequently, the king of Macedonian Philip II left the Greeks defeated as a legacy to his son Alexander but also before the death of his father Philip II, Alexander fought against Greece.
When he was 16, Alexander governed Macedonia for a short time while his father was warring against the northern barbarians. During Philip's absence, Alexander quickly put down a rebellion in Thrace (Θράκη) and gained his first victory. Two years later, campaigning with his father against the Greek city-states, Alexander led the cavalry charge that broke the Greek lines at Chaeronea and won the battle for Philip.
In 336 B.C Philip was assassinated and Alexander succeeded him as king. Philip’s death caused series of rebellions among the conquered nations and the Illyrians, Thracians, and Greeks saw a chance for independence. Alexander acted swiftly. Alexander first marched south to put down the Greek rebellion. His advance was so rapid that the city-states surrendered without a fight. He then put down the Thracian revolt in the north. Whereafter Alexander reached Thebes (Θήβα). He captured the city and leveled it, sparing only the house of the poet Pindar; survivors were sold into slavery. The destruction of Thebes and the slaying or enslavement of thousands of The-bans ended all thought of rebellion in Greece. With his control of Greece and Macedonia established, Alexander completed his preparations for the war against the Persian Empire.
2. Suppression of the Greek Rebellion, Discharge of the Greeks,
In the year 330 BC the Macedonians burned Persepolis, the capitol of ancient Persian Empire. Meanwhile in Greece, the Greeks under the leadership of Sparta rose to a rebellion against the Macedonian occupation. Antipater was in Thrace at the time and the Greeks took the opportunity to push back the Macedonian forces. But their initial victory did not last for long as Antipater returned with a large army, defeated the rebels, and regained Greece. 5,300 Greeks, including the Spartan king Agis were killed, while the Macedonians lost 3,500 men. In Asia, the news of the beginning of the Greek rebellion had Alexander so deeply worried, that he immediately sent money to Antipater to counter it. And when he learned that the Greeks were defeated, he proclaimed the end of the "Hellenic Crusade" and discharged all-Greek forces in his army.
3. What is less known is that Alexander had to fight against Greek mercenaries fighting for Darius: “The Greek mercenaries pushed forward in the furious fighting and forced the Macedonians back into the river. The outcome of the battle was momentarily in doubt until Alexander was able to clear the left and wheel his cavalry to strike the Greek mercenaries in flank and rout them. Many Athenians, Thebans, or Greek mercenaries of the Persian army who were against Alexander the Great died. The most famous was Demosthenes.”
Alexander The Great's tiny penis hadn't prevented him from being Great. He conquered much of what was then the civilized and known world for him. Alexander died at the age of 33, on June 10, 323 BC, in Babylon, before realizing a series of planned campaign. People in Greece usually believe that if he didn’t die, now he could have conquered the whole world but they forget that he was a bellicose, tiny penis gay.
“At the age of nineteen, he became the Macedon King.
Alexander the great his name struck fear in the harts of man.
Alexander the Great became a legend amongst mortal man.
Alexander the great his brain was greater than his lacking in penis size.”
The fans of Alexander the Great can give accounts for his attitude as many as the fans of Hitler can do but the grim truth is that:
1. If you don't have a happy plan for yourself, you'll be part of someone else's and you may become sponsor of a crazy bellicose like Adolf Hitler or Alexander the Great.
2. The nowadays general crazy aggressive manner in Greece comes from the wrong written history of Alexander the Great! The history of Alexander the Great is a sheer war madness lesson for Greeks and that has created the sensation to modern Greeks that they are the Aria Clan (Setting a rough pattern in their lives, many of them are able to destroy your life without any reason at all!).
3. Greece could be much more peaceful, normal and sane of mind country without Alexander the Great.
4. Violence in Greece could leave Euro among victims.
5. This small world we live could be today much more better and peaceful without those two strange and crazy beings (Alexander and Hitler)
Alexander the Great has become a legend!!!???
Yes, but it is like the friend who floats the idea to use drugs. He don’t lie when he promise that you will feel the glory of Alexander the Great he just don’t tell you what will happen after, about the decay which follow and about the sorrow and pain that drugs and war leaves behind to everyone who take part in this madness. And John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963) has written: "The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie - deliberate, contrived and dishonest - but the myth - persistent, persuasive and unrealistic"
Q: Who Struck Fear into Hearts of Mankind?
A: Alexander the Great his name struck fear into hurts of mankind.
Alexander asked Diogenes: "Are you not afraid of me?" "Why, what are you," said Diogenes, “a good thing or a bad?” “A good thing”, answered Alexander. Whereupon Diogenes asked: "Who, then, is afraid of the good?" (He publicly mocked Alexander and lived).
Explanation: Imperialism is the policy of extending the rule or authority of an empire or nation over foreign countries, or of acquiring and holding colonies and dependencies. Accordingly, fighting against Alexander the great, Adolf Hitler or Osama bin Laden is a legal defence against Mad Leaders.
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Mestrius Plutarch (c.45-c.120) was a Greek historian, biographer, and essayist. Plutarch is known for writing biographies of famous ancient people. Since he lived in the first and second century ac, he had access to material that is no longer available to us which he used to write his biographies.