Adolf Hitler Discovers That Julian Assange Lost Out To Mark Zuckerberg [VIDEO]
- Updated On 16/12/2010
- Author : Pradeep Kumar
- Topic : Video
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We all know about TIME’s Person of the Year (formerly Man of the Year). It is an annual issue of the United States news magazine Time that features and profiles a person, couple, group, idea, place, or machine that “for better or for worse, …has done the most to influence the events of the year.”
TIME recently announced the Person Of The Year 2010 as Mark Zuckerberg, who is the brain behind Facebook, the most popular social networking website in the world. But critics opposed this, they thought Julian Paul Assange should have been the TIME’s Person Of The Year 2010. Below a short video involving Adolf Hilter, a famous Austrian-born German politician, and his reaction against this.
Disclaimer : Neither this video nor this article not presented to hurt any policies or feelings.
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