Adolf Hitler wins a landslide victory in the Namibia elections

He said: I do not intend to take over the world

Politician Adolf Hitler Onona won a landslide victory in the regional elections in Namibia, according to the newspaper “Daily Mail”.

According to the newspaper: Adolf Hitler won 85% of the vote, and was elected to the regional council for the ruling South West African People’s Organization.

Adolf Hitler commented on his victory by saying: “I do not seek political power, nor do I intend to dominate the world.”

And “Adolf Hitler” said that his father did not understand the historical events that the name of Adolf Hitler was associated with when he called him this name, and that it was too late to change his name, pointing out that his family members called him: Adolf Onona.

The Republic of Namibia was a colony of Germany and the German language is recognized as one of the national languages ​​of Namibia, and it is considered the main spoken in some parts of the country.

Adolf Hitler wins a landslide victory in the Namibia elections
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2020-12-03

Politician Adolf Hitler Onona won a landslide victory in the regional elections in Namibia, according to the “Daily Mail” newspaper.

According to the newspaper: Adolf Hitler won 85% of the vote, and was elected to the regional council for the ruling South West African People’s Organization.

Adolf Hitler commented on his victory by saying: “I do not seek political power, nor do I intend to dominate the world.”

And “Adolf Hitler” said that his father did not understand the historical events that Adolf Hitler was associated with when he called him this name, and that it was too late to change his name, pointing out that his family members called him: Adolf Onona.

The Republic of Namibia was a colony of Germany and the German language is recognized as one of the national languages ​​of Namibia, and it is considered the main spoken in some parts of the country.

03 December 2020 – 18 Rabi al-Thani 1442

07:51 PM


He said: I do not intend to take over the world

Politician Adolf Hitler Onona won a landslide victory in the regional elections in Namibia, according to the newspaper “Daily Mail”.

According to the newspaper: Adolf Hitler won 85% of the vote, and was elected to the regional council for the ruling South West African People’s Organization.

Adolf Hitler commented on his victory by saying: “I do not seek political power, nor do I intend to dominate the world.”

And “Adolf Hitler” said that his father did not understand the historical events that the name of Adolf Hitler was associated with when he called him this name, and that it was too late to change his name, pointing out that his family members called him: Adolf Onona.

The Republic of Namibia was a colony of Germany and the German language is recognized as one of the national languages ​​in Namibia, and it is considered the main spoken in some parts of the country.

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