why the so called master races were defeated?

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why the so called master races were defeated?

the geman master race was defeated by the russians,the jewish master race was defeated by the germans.

so who was the master race?


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 Quote:the geman master

 

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the geman master race was defeated by the russians,the jewish master race was defeated by the germans.

so who was the master race?

Umm... the Chinese.  I have no basis for saying that.  It just seemed like a fun answer, and there are more Chinese than Germans or Russians, so they must have won.

 

 

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did the chinese were

did the chinese were conquered by the mongols?


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netopia wrote:did the

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did the chinese were conquered by the mongols?

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netopia wrote:did the

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did the chinese were conquered by the mongols?

By their lambs, actually.


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may be the chines lambs are

may be the chines lambs are the master race . lol


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I believe Jeff Gordon is the

I believe Jeff Gordon is the master of races, and all he has to do is turn left.

 

 


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what if your master race

what if your master race overlord Jeff Gordon turn Right?


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netopia wrote:what if your

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what if your master race overlord Jeff Gordon turn Right?

Kaboom, that's what.


 


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We all know that the Dalek's

We all know that the Dalek's are the master race, and they will EXTERMINATE! us all.


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Shaitian wrote:We all know

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We all know that the Dalek's are the master race, and they will EXTERMINATE! us all.

Whaddaya mean? It's the borg!

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netopia wrote:the geman

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the geman master race was defeated by the russians,the jewish master race was defeated by the germans.

so who was the master race?

 

The Jews were defeated by the Germans, so they cannot be the master race. The Germans were pwnted by the Russians, so the krauts can't be the masters either. Clearly, the Russians aren't the master race because they failed at the end of the cold war.

 

Who destroyed the Russians, then? Was it really themselves?

 

No.

 

So what was it, then?

 

A flood.

 

Of cats.

 

Anti gravity cats.

 

 

 

They can do acrobatics too.

 

 

Clearly, THE Antigravity cats are the master race.

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netopia wrote:the geman

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the geman master race was defeated by the russians,the jewish master race was defeated by the germans.

so who was the master race?

Leaving aside the arguable idea that a master race is a coherant term, neither the German's idea of it nor the Jew's idea of it has really been defeated, so the question is still in the air.

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As a small child my first

As a small child my first impression on hearing the term "master race", understandably given the only context in which I had heard the word "master" used up to then, was of a race of schoolteachers (ultra catholic leather-strap-wielding Irish variety) taking over the world.

Modifying the term later to include all sadistic bullies in its ambit was therefore a doddle, and no less creepy.

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Shaitian wrote:

 

We all know that the Dalek's are the master race, and they will EXTERMINATE! us all.

 

 

Whaddaya mean? It's the borg!

 

So who would win the proverbial bar fight?

 

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For the record - the borg

For the record - the borg are a poor man's Dalek.  Admittedly a wicked awesome poor man's Dalek, but the point stands.  Anyone that says otherwise is a liar and a communist.

 

 

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Have daleks sussed out their

Have daleks sussed out their problem with stairs yet? A species which moves around on ball-bearings really should think twice before setting out on conquering universes.

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The Germans were the master

The Germans were the master race, a German named Eisenhower that is. He had more equipment and more people.

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MichaelMcF wrote:For the

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For the record - the borg are a poor man's Dalek.  Admittedly a wicked awesome poor man's Dalek, but the point stands.  Anyone that says otherwise is a liar and a communist.

HA! Dalek's were defeated by one man, yet you think they could compare to a species which holds a quarter of the galaxy in it's grip? A species that has encountered only one example of life which can resist the borg assimilation? There must have been some significant upgrades to the Daleks since the 70's if they could last a minute in the presence of even one borg. Even the weakest borg. After 2 minutes half the Daleks would BE borg. > >

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Vastet wrote:HA! Dalek's

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HA! Dalek's were defeated by one man, yet you think they could compare to a species which holds a quarter of the galaxy in it's grip? A species that has encountered only one example of life which can resist the borg assimilation? There must have been some significant upgrades to the Daleks since the 70's if they could last a minute in the presence of even one borg. Even the weakest borg. After 2 minutes half the Daleks would BE borg. > >

I may be a liar, but not with sci-fi. I might be a communist, but for the bastardization of the word.

 

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HA! Dalek's were defeated by one man, yet you think they could compare to a species which holds a quarter of the galaxy in it's grip? A species that has encountered only one example of life which can resist the borg assimilation?

 

And the Borg were defeated by a girl.  Well, two girls actually but technically, they were the same girl.

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HA! Dalek's were defeated by one man, yet you think they could compare to a species which holds a quarter of the galaxy in it's grip? A species that has encountered only one example of life which can resist the borg assimilation? There must have been some significant upgrades to the Daleks since the 70's if they could last a minute in the presence of even one borg. Even the weakest borg. After 2 minutes half the Daleks would BE borg. > >

I may be a liar, but not with sci-fi. I might be a communist, but for the bastardization of the word.

 

One man?!?  One man!?!  Good sir, the Daleks were defeated by The Doctor!  One man indeed.  In all my years... Eye-wink

 

The Doctor is quite a fellow, I admit. But there is only one being who could destroy the borg: Q. Q makes the Doctor look like an ant. No offense. Eye-wink

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And the Borg were defeated by a girl.  Well, two girls actually but technically, they were the same girl.

Say what? The borg have never been defeated. The closest they've ever come to such is in novels, which are not cannon, and therefore events within them never happened. To what exactly are you referring? Did Star Trek: Enterprise rewrite history or something? It's the only ST series I didn't see the majority or all of the episodes for.

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John McEnroe defeated the

John McEnroe defeated the Borg in 1981. Last heard making underwear.


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Nordmann wrote:John McEnroe

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John McEnroe defeated the Borg in 1981. Last heard making underwear.

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Vastet wrote:Say what? The

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Say what? The borg have never been defeated. The closest they've ever come to such is in novels, which are not cannon, and therefore events within them never happened. To what exactly are you referring? Did Star Trek: Enterprise rewrite history or something? It's the only ST series I didn't see the majority or all of the episodes for.
Star Trek Voyager.  A future Captain Janeway heads to the past to help Voyager gain access to one of the Borg Transwarp Hubs.  The two episodes are End Game I and II.  The technological advances that the Future Janeway gives to the past Voyager set the scenario for the future temporal wars alluded to in Voyager and then Enterprise wherein the Federation has advanced enormously technologically, particularly in regards to nanotechnology.

Now, the Borg weren't technically defeated but, with the destruction of one of their six transwarp hubs, they were significantly set back.  In particular, that hub provided them with access to much of the Federation's territory and they suffered massive casualties due to the pathogen Janeway infects the Collective with.  I believe it's implied that the Borg will be crippled for some time.  Certainly they would be unable to effectively continue their offensive against the Federation for a while, especially considering the advanced and as yet unassimilated technology the Federation then had and because of their diminished ability to traverse such long distances quickly.

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Desdenova wrote:And Brian

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And Brian Boitano defeated Kubla Khan, built the pyramids, and travelled through time to the year 3010 where he fought the evil Robot King and saved us all. He also wrestles grizzly bears and has magical fire breath.

 

I imagine the fire breath must have been a considerable handicap to a figure skater. I take my cyborg implants off to him (though I stop short of forgiving him his Barry Manilow collaborations!).

 

Which begs a question. If the non-Swedish Borg had indeed assimilated humans wouldn't they have absorbed a huge amount of delusional crap-artists, not to mention Manilow fans? Could have made for an interesting episode.

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Say what? The borg have never been defeated. The closest they've ever come to such is in novels, which are not cannon, and therefore events within them never happened. To what exactly are you referring? Did Star Trek: Enterprise rewrite history or something? It's the only ST series I didn't see the majority or all of the episodes for.
Star Trek Voyager.  A future Captain Janeway heads to the past to help Voyager gain access to one of the Borg Transwarp Hubs.  The two episodes are End Game I and II.  The technological advances that the Future Janeway gives to the past Voyager set the scenario for the future temporal wars alluded to in Voyager and then Enterprise wherein the Federation has advanced enormously technologically, particularly in regards to nanotechnology.

Now, the Borg weren't technically defeated but, with the destruction of one of their six transwarp hubs, they were significantly set back.  In particular, that hub provided them with access to much of the Federation's territory and they suffered massive casualties due to the pathogen Janeway infects the Collective with.  I believe it's implied that the Borg will be crippled for some time.  Certainly they would be unable to effectively continue their offensive against the Federation for a while, especially considering the advanced and as yet unassimilated technology the Federation then had and because of their diminished ability to traverse such long distances quickly.

Ahem... so, yeah. *removes geek hat*

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If one were to go by implication, one would have assumed that Hue destroyed the Borg. It was later revealed that such was not even remotely close to true. If the Borg survived Hue so intact that the events of Scorpion in STV ocurred(which I will remind you happened way after all STTNG episodes), where the Borg were revealed in their true might(fleets), however watered down by species 8472, then Janeway's pathogen would have done no more than Hue did. Worse, the Borg have now encountered that future technology in all it's glory, and have adapted at least somewhat. And they do still have 5 more transwarp hubs. That the Queen admitted to, and the future Janeway knew about that is. Who can say if the Queen has an emergency hub or two that would only be used and thereby revealed if the Borg were truly facing annihlation, that also contained failsafes against such things as the pathogen and Hue? It's what I'd do, and I'm don't have anything like the intellect that the Borg can avail themselves of.

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The Spartans... Why were

The Spartans... Why were they defeated?? Probably had to do with that whole 1,000,000 against 300 thing, but once the rest of the Spartan army went to battle, they cleaned house. All this while wearing nothing but a pair of speedos and a cape.  

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Now, the Borg weren't technically defeated but, with the destruction of one of their six transwarp hubs, they were significantly set back.

 

Ahem... so, yeah. *removes geek hat*

 

Well, you left out some critical details there. Like the facts that old Janeway killed the Borg queen, infected the entire collective with a virus that restored the members individual identities and blew up the whole uni-complex as cover so that young Janeway could collapse the entire transwarp network from within.

 

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Did Star Trek: Enterprise rewrite history or something? It's the only ST series I didn't see the majority or all of the episodes for.

 

Lucky you. ST:ENT was such a huge rewrite of the whole series that it effectively was an alternate time line.

 

From the very first episode (Broken Bow), we learn that the Klingon Home World is only four days from Earth at warp 4.5 and that speed is equivalent to 79, 87 and 100 times the speed of light, a fact which places the Home World about 2 light years from Earth. In a later episode, Archer states that the Home World is nearly 90 light years away as that is the farthest that any human has ever traveled.

 

It only gets worse from there. And I mean really worse. You would think that cannon history would have the TOS crew aware that the whole reason for the prime directive is due to meddling, time traveling aliens from an unknown century convincing the Xinidi that they needed to destroy the state of Florida. Also, Captain Archer has the entire data archive from the 27th century Federation sealed away in one of the crew quarters, the 27th century Federation knows about this and they are not concerned enough to retrieve it.

 

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Weak. And I'd liked the few

Weak. And I'd liked the few episodes I'd seen too. The casting was good, as was the atmosphere. Go figure they'd fuck it up somewhere. Star Trek's biggest problem has always been continuity. It's why while I remember being equally fascinated with both Star Wars and Star Trek, year by year I lose more and more interest in Star Trek, and gain more and more in Star Wars.

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if  I remember  well on

if  I remember  well on the back of my head  the thebans under epaminondas defeated the spartans in 371 BC.

and ended its power,the ancient city of sparta was destroyed by visigoths in AD 396.

is there any other master race that I need to add to the master race list?

 


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I think the ramen noodle

I think the ramen noodle soup kingdom and my long cat defeated all master races.


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How about Saiyans?> >< <

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