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Porsche "political-historic" commentary in Timberline

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11:20 pm
April 17, 2019


KennethS

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Just read the latest issue of Timberline, including the book review and commentary in relation to Ferdinand Porsche.

I must say, I think that I am a bit surprised and impressed by Iain Bowman's naivete about the activities of intelligent and proficient people on all sides of every human conflict ever.

Welcome to the world Iain.  Many (if not most) successful European and Asian industrials today would have "dirty hands" in your simplistic view of history…

At least you have been slightly enlightened in an aspect that appeals to your particular sense of "rightness".

This is a deep and dark discussion of the type that I really don't need to see raised in my car club magazine.

I drive my Porsche, in a large extent, to put the stupidity of the world on hold for a little while.  

Don't need more of this…


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