The Nazification of America

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The Nazification Of America

The Swastika - A Symbol of Nazi Tyranny

The fact that someone would claim that the Holocaust was “a big deception” is absurd. Yet, Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has made that statement, as well as saying that Israel should be, in his words, “wiped off the map.”  Countless wars haven’t stemmed the tide of man’s hatred, any more than the continuing ideology wars being fought for the hearts and minds of people everywhere.

The big deception is the device used by any government, or regime, to propagandize citizenry into believing the current rationale for imposing the latest law, regulation or rule.  The root of the deception, by corrupt governments, is to gain complete control, with unfettered abilities to imprison, impoverish or intervene into the lives of  their citizens.  In the United States of America, that translates to altering, diminishing or eliminating life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  The Constitution of the United States does not permit the chicanery of what is actually going on in America these days.  Yet, a pervasive ideology that embraces government intrusion in almost every facet of everyday life and even in life’s seemingly most menial transactions, is becoming more commonplace.  For many Americans, the change is frightening and they openly lament, “What is going on with our country?  What can I do?  How can we get our country back?”

While symptoms include big government, debt, high taxes and a diminishing standard of living, the increasing use of outright lying, force, coercion, brutality and replacement of the rule of law with a fictionalized situational law, is leading to a police state.  The politics become dictatorial, while the illusion of the people having some voice in the process, is being spoon fed into the national psyche.

When Adolf Hitler came to power, the majority of the people bought into the new ideology.  Hitler represented an energetic and powerful change from the generation of the Kaisers and a fresh voice in the midst of the world-wide depression, that most Americans today identify with the stock market crash of 1929.

There was a new-found hope….


Most recently, the internet has been abuzz about the National Defense Authorization Act, that would permit the United States government to detain any U.S. citizen, in this country, without cause or due process.  The legislation would allow the government to declare any region a “combat zone.”  This has followed a litany of legislation and executive orders confiscating the rights of Americans such as, The John Warner Defense Authorization Act and the Enemy Belligerents Act.


h/t: Joan Swirsky

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