- May 3, 2011
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The birds in Germany will be damn glad the Krauts have come to their senses.
Let me inform you were the expression "the Krauts" came from. In war the US-Americans saw in their pow camps how German soldiers tried to survive by eating all forms of plants (="Kraut") which they were able to eat, before they died on hunger.
The word, which in German means “sour cabbage,” is first mentioned in American English in 1776 and the dish was long associated with German communities in the United States.
What's not the reason why you call us "Krauts". The reason is you enjoy it to let your self defined enemies die. This gives you the feeling to be an allmighty entity, who is able to break any divine law by murdering your self defined enemies in all forms of perverted merthodd and to be praised for this murder, because you kill are only animals, who eat Kraut.
Sauerkraut was also a Pennsylvania Dutch specialty. The immigrants to America carried barrels of sauerkraut with them on their ship, as the properties in sauerkraut helped fight disease. Pennsylvania Dutch cooking is indigenous to those areas of southeastern Pennsylvania that were settled by the Mennonites and Amish.