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25 Signs That The Nazification Of America Is Almost Complete


If this doesn’t wake you up, you are fucking hopeless. “Wear your chains lightly, and may we forget you were ever our countrymen.”

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Eerie parallels between Obama and Hitler.

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25 Signs That The Nazification Of America Is Almost Complete

By Michael Snyder

The United States of America is becoming more like Nazi Germany every single day. In fact, the Nazification of America is almost complete. The parallels between Nazi Germany and the United States of today are going to absolutely shock many of you. Most Americans simply have never learned what life was really like back in Nazi Germany. Under Adolf Hitler, Germany was a Big Brother totalitarian police state that ruthlessly repressed freedom and individual liberty. Under Adolf Hitler, Germany adopted socialism, dramatically increased government spending and raised taxes to astronomical levels. Under Adolf Hitler, abortion became legal in Germany, the government took over health care and Christianity was pushed out of the public schools and out of public life. To prove all of these points…

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  1. Dr. Jeff permalink
    01/18/2013 20:31

    Ich bin Jude, Ich verstehe.

    Niemals jeder!

    (I am a Jew, I understand)

    (Never again!)

  2. 01/18/2013 20:35

    Obama: Anthrax Experiment on Children:

  3. 01/18/2013 21:26

    Ja, ist gut.

  4. Dr. Jeff permalink
    01/18/2013 21:46

    Additional commentary on the “Nazification” of the U.S. Good article here on the progression of of government actions that is leading us into severe trouble.

    As much as I like GWB, the whole package of laws around the DHS and other anti terrorist endeavors was not a good idea. Coming on top of the CARNIVORE and ECHELON programs of the NSA and FBI (Clinton era), we are facing some serious erosion of the freedoms and liberties that we once took for granted.

    Follow the link for a good commentary.–Just-Like-the-Nazis–that-the-Truth-Is-Too-Complicated-and-Dangerous-to-Disclose-to-the-Public

  5. 01/18/2013 21:58

    Sending in some good links, brother. Thank you!

  6. The MAD Jewess permalink
    01/19/2013 09:05

    G morning Blake..
    I call these aholes NAZIs too. A lot of people get mad at me, they say, well he is not nazi… They are trying to be p.c. over how to shame and humiliate this sob..
    I will call these tyrants and f’n name I choose

  7. 01/19/2013 09:46

    The only way they’re not NAZIs is by claiming the title.

  8. The MAD Jewess permalink
    01/19/2013 09:47

    “This year will go down in history. For the first time, a civilized nation has full gun registration. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient, and the world will follow our lead in the future”.

    ~~Adolph Hitler, 1935, on the Weapons Act of Nazi Germany

  9. 01/19/2013 10:15

    That’s the one!

  10. The MAD Jewess permalink
    01/19/2013 10:17

    They ALL need to be gone off the face of the earth.
    We will have to due them in like Mel Gibson did in that scene in Patriot–Remember? He killed em again and again.

  11. 01/19/2013 10:18

    Oh, I understand. It is the recommended cure for them.

  12. 01/19/2013 14:43

    Great article CM and oh so true right down to the racialist component of Jeffe Obama.

    This process has been underway since the crypto-statist Woodrow Wilson and his basic political premise that it is the primacy of the state and it’s freedom of action that is paramount and that the only freedom guaranteed to the proles is the freedom to serve the state and it’s needs in a clear inversion of the founding principles.

    This was advanced by the progressive “intellectual”(how smart do yoi have to be to promote the power of a central authority which was essentially the standard human condition for 98% of human history) ,Herbert Croly, who gave Wilson the blue print how to usher in the all encompassing state by making everything the “moral equivalent of war”.

    The progressives were well aware that war would enable them to advance their ambitious social plans, and they advocated American entry into the First World War for this reason. Herbert Croly, author of the vastly influential The Promise of American Life, “looked forward to many more wars because war was the midwife of progress … Croly’s New Republic was relentless in its push for war

    This fits in nicely with the observation that totalitarian rulers constantly need enemies to fight so they can distract the uneducated masses from the misery their ruler have inflicted upon them. Make no mistake the Wilson/Croly system would have all the trappings of “democracy” in the sense that you would still vote for “representative’ but they would be clearly window dressing to an all powerful permanent bureaucracy that would write the real “law” while the elected branches would become a bloviating irrelevancy. You know sort of like today after the Dem Congress of 2009-2011 vested, illegally in my view, much of the law making power to the executive branch(Obamacare, Dodd-Frank, EPA, NLRB). It also dovetails with the current NDSWP mantra of “never let a crisis go to waste.” Hence the constant crises being manufactured by the current regime

    As is note in the linked article many so called progressives including the “intellectual” godfather of the new progressives, Croly, were not adverse to fascism but openly cheered it on.

    Now, where to begin? For starters, you might think that it’s reasonable that Croly gets a pass because, well, he was writing “in the era before fascism and totalitarianism.” Except, when the era of fascism and totalitarianism began, Croly applauded both! He was pro-Mussolini throughout the 1920s and into the early 1930s (when he died) and the magazine he edited was hardly a bulwark against Soviet tyranny, either. So the notion that what Croly wrote was inconsistent with the bad stuff that came later doesn’t really hold up.

    Many of so called progressives have been enamored by the power exhibited in the totalitarian nature of fascism and the state coercion of commerce. Anyone who thinks there is private control of property in a fascist state is delusional. The state tells you what to produce, when to produce, how much you produce and what price you will receive. The control is with the guys with the guns.

    Everything within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state.

    Benito Mussolini

    FDR’s new deal advanced the Wilsonian paradigm on the backs of a crisis exacerbated by faulty governmental fiscal and monetary policies and given political cover from the other party by his immediate predecessor. What was attempted was an appalling power grab that laid claim to control every facet of the economy and the corresponding behavior. Government sanctioned cartels and price controls were ensconced into laws to protect certain interests but made these interests beholden to the state for their existence. This grab was resisted by SCOTUS but was finally overcome by a nasty bit of intimidation that made the John Roberts cave on Obamacare look like Pickett’s charge. All the while the American economy foundered on the whims of an acknowledged intellectual half weight who would try any nutty idea except the one that probably would have worked as it had in 1921- cut spending and cut taxes and depend on the entrepreneurial talents of the citizenry to lead the way. The economic fascism and believe me they knew how close the program was to fascism-

    Many of Roosevelt’s ideas and policies were entirely indistinguishable from the fascism of Mussolini. In fact, writes Goldberg, there were “many common features among New Deal liberalism, Italian Fascism, and German National Socialism, all of which shared many of the same historical and intellectual forebears.” Like American progressives, many Italian Fascist and German Nazi intellectuals championed a “middle” or “Third Way” between capitalism and socialism. Goldberg explains:

    “The ‘middle way’ sounds moderate and un-radical. Its appeal is that it sounds unideological and freethinking. But philosophically the Third Way is not mere difference splitting; it is utopian and authoritarian. Its utopian aspect becomes manifest in its antagonism to the idea that politics is about trade-offs. The Third Wayer says that there are no false choices—’I refuse to accept that X should come at the expense of Y.’ The Third Way holds that we can have capitalism and socialism, individual liberty and absolute unity.”

    The German and American New Deals — i.e., fascism and progressivism — also shared the bedrock belief that the state should be permitted to do whatever it wished, so long as it was for “good reasons.” Chief among those “good reasons” was the idea that government’s purpose was to protect the interests of “the forgotten man,”[this was a false premise as the so-called forgotten man made famous in the essay “The Forgotten Man” was the taxpayer who was fleeced to fund all this “genorosity” FXP] on whose behalf both FDR and Hitler were proficient at projecting deep concern.


    Sorry for the long cut and paste but I’ve used up my three links but back to this interminable ramble.

    Most notable in this whole march through the institutions is the irony the of denigration of religion and the erosion of the Christian moral ethic from a movement that got a lot of its impetus from religious sources. As John Adams famously said:

    Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

    We were able to have such a code because we had a common frame of reference on morality that was a natural constraint(do unto others as you would have them do unto you) on liberty. Once the “progressives” started their assault they did so by vilifying the messengers(highlighting the worst of the worst) and thus to the increasingly ill and mis educated masses the liturgy they taught. No matter how valid the message might be. This broke down the moral barriers and created the seeming need for a more positivist legal regime based on the “vision of the anointed”(Thanks Dr Sowell) rather than time tested verities.

    The asserted need for this positivist legal code is the opening of the door to our sliding towards(wholly mixed metaphors Batman) the pit of incipient fascism we now face.

    The seeming immorality opens a multitude of opportunities for liberal fascists to impose their “concern” for our well being upon us. There is nothing so cloying, obnoxious or tyrannical than someone who engages in some activity for our own good(I’m not the first person to say that I just can’t remember it quite exactly to give it proper attribution). All that counts in that persons estimation is that his intentions are good regardless of the results and the harm caused. The real problem occurs when these same people repeat the mistake taking no heed that the action is ineffectual and harmful. It is at this point motives and intentions need to be questioned. Are they really doing it for you or to assuage their own vanity. This mindset, this presumptuous moral and intellectual preening is the center of every totalitarian who has ever breathed- I know better than you and I will use force to make you acknowledge it.

    That mindset is at the heart of all political and economic collectivism. The conceit that some distant “expert”, who has no knowledge of your exigencies, can make better decision about what is beneficial in your circumstances regardless of the repeatedly dire results.

    Dr Jeff as to your link. This also part of the Wilsonian and consequently the “progressive’ governing rationale that modern life was way to complicated for the average slob to negotiate and they needed the benign influence of big brother Woodrow et al. Of course what is never really said is that a big part of the overwhelming complexity is the government deliberately misconstruing and misrepresenting its actual authority under the law. It deliberately meddles in things that are none of it’s business and thus unnecessarily make life more complex than it has to be. They create a problem so that you will give them more power to fix the problem they just created. Lather, rinse, repeat until the desired level of subjugation is reached.

  13. upaces88 permalink
    01/19/2013 14:45

    Video: Choose Your Own Crime Statistics:

  14. 01/19/2013 18:43

    Incredible, FX. Your comments are better than my articles! You complete me!

  15. Dr. Jeff permalink
    01/19/2013 18:51

    There are an interesting assortment of researchers & writers here. While we agree in general, our opinions and approaches tend to vary quite a bit. Think we could find some work as a mini think tank?

  16. 01/19/2013 18:56

    EOTW, OMG!

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