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Adolf Hitler Was Not A Nice Guy
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Last week Trudeau brought a former Nazi soldier into the House of Commons in Ottawa. It was embarrassing for Canada when Waffen-SS service member Yaroslav Hunka got two standing ovations. No really, it happened.
Chancellor Justin Trudeau had a great time schmoozing with Reichsminister Zelensky who was super happy (or maybe that was just the cocaine?) after Trudeau promised him another $650 million to keep the Ukraine Laundromat running 24/7.
Now this might be a bit uncomfortable, but after three years of covid madness, we should be used to a little discomfort now and then. There are a handful of people in the alternative community who have a certain worldview that is conditioned by playing the blame game on a certain ethnic group. They think that anyone who disagrees with them is a socialist, communist or controlled opposition.
That’s really special, but for the record: Adolf Hitler was NOT a nice guy. Yeah, I know it was a shock to me too.
If you are really thinking that Adolf and the Nazis were misunderstood victims of bankers and commies, you might have a seriously flawed understanding of world history. Approximately 27 million Russians died at the hands of the Nazis during WWII, almost half of the total casualties of all the nations who fought.
Does that mean the Russians were the good guys?
The truth is there were no good guys in the Second World War. All the nations of the world murdered, raped and looted in the name of various ideologies. Bombing people in the name of freedom and democracy is no better or worse than bombing people in the name of communism or fascism.
To be honest, what triggered this article is an event last week hosted by some great freedom people. I spoke at the event and accidentally pointed out that we are not experiencing a communist takeover of the world by Marxists. Silly me.
A couple people in the room lost their lunch just because the name Karl Marx was even mentioned. One older man took it upon himself to take me aside and show me the error of my ways. He explained that he was a Russian who grew up under Stalin and what is happening today is the “same thing.”
As a reference point, we should all know by now that any system can be totalitarian. The Christian church in medieval Europe was a totalitarian empire. The Nazis had a fascist totalitarian police state and Stalin managed a communist totalitarian empire. Mao Tse Tung waged a campaign of totalitarian terror on his own people that led to the death of between 35 - 60 million people through starvation during the so-called Great Leap Forward. Similar to the Great Reset that is occurring today. Yes, it is similar, but it is not the same.
Some people in the alternative community even advance the idea that the Nazis were actually communists because the Nazis were called the National Socialists. Oh boy, where do we even start?
The Nazis’ main opponents were the communists and labour unions in Germany. The original NSDAP branded themselves in order to appeal to the left for strategic purposes. Similar to the Progressive Conservatives who attempted to draw support from the progressive liberal side of the political spectrum (which didn’t work either, but hey, no harm in trying.)
However, the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) were not a workers’ party by any stretch of the imagination. They drew their support from corporations, such as Porsche who designed the first Volkswagen. Other companies, such as Hugo Boss worked with the Nazis and designed all their uniforms, so the Third Reich looked hip and fashionable.
"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism, since it is the merger of state and corporate power.”
Mussolini coined both terms fascism and totalitarianism. The Italian term fascismo is derived from fascio, meaning bundle of sticks, from the Latin word fasces. This was a symbol of Roman power during the Roman empire. The magistrates had bodyguards called lichtors who carried rods and an axe. The rods were used to beat prisoners, and the axe was used to chop off their heads, if the beatings didn’t improve things.
Mussolini actually romanticized the term totalitario to refer to the structure and goals of the new state that would provide the “total representation of the nation and total guidance of national goals.” He described totalitarianism as a society in which the ideology of the state ruled over its citizens. According to Mussolini: “Everything within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state.”
Getting back to my personal advisor, the elder Russian gentleman accused me of “propagating communism,” because I casually pointed out to the group that the cabal of billionaires who are running the world are all hardcore capitalists. Bankers, weapons manufacturers, oil company owners, corporate media owners are not communists. It is laughable to suggest that the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Gates, Bezos, Soros and all the rest of the uber wealthy technocrats are sitting around at a Marxist study group discussing Das Kapital.
The World Economic Forum, led by Klaus Schwab, has been promoting Stakeholder Capitalism for 50 years. Here is Schwab comparing it to the previous models of state capitalism (China) and shareholder capitalism (USA).
It is not called Stakeholder Communism because it is not Marxist Leninist communism that the WEF are advocating. They are advocating and actively installing an entirely new form of capitalism that benefits the billionaire class enormously, while screwing the rest of the world. Pass the lube.
Stakeholder Capitalism is the logical end game of monopoly capitalism where they own everything and you own nothing (and you won’t be happy.) The stakeholders are anyone with political or economic power. This includes mayors, world leaders, corporate owners, NGO’s, billionaires and royalty. They will have a stake in the new world order.
Incidentally, the board game of Monopoly was invented in 1903 by Lizzie Maggie, a progressive feminist. It was originally called the Landlord’s Game.
“It is a practical demonstration of the present system of land-grabbing with all its usual outcomes and consequences,” she wrote in a political magazine. “It might well have been called the ‘Game of Life’, as it contains all the elements of success and failure in the real world, and the object is the same as the human race in general seems to have, i.e. the accumulation of wealth.”
Just like in the board game, one of the main goals of the WEF is to own all the land. The 15-minute cities is part of that agenda. By pushing people out of agricultural areas and into dense urban areas, the globalists hope to monopolize the most basic commodity of all—which is land.
All wars are fought over land by the way, including the current war between the globalists and humanity.
The Second World War began during the 1930’s with the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935, the Japanese invasion of China in 1937, and the German invasion of Poland in 1939. All these wars were fought over territory.
The current Ukraine-Russian debacle is a land-based struggle over control of the eastern Donbass region. Russia needs this vital hub to maintain control of its sphere of influence.
Ideology is always used as the justification for wars, but without land, the average person is essentially powerless. Land gives everything, including political power. A police force is established to protect land owners. Homeless people are basically non-citizens, having neither land nor access to land, except by squatting on other people’s land.
Some people at the meeting last week said it doesn’t matter, we just have to fight for our freedom and there’s no point in getting upset over ideological issues. According to Sun Tzu, however, the first rule of warfare, is Know Thy Enemy and Know Thyself. If we don’t understand who and what we are fighting, how can we even begin to form a winning strategy?
The second half of this rule is Know Thyself. This is not talking about you personally. It means know your own army, its strengths and weaknesses. Unless you thoroughly understand both your army and your enemies’ army, you will not be able to know whether you can win or not.
Never fight a battle unless you know you can win. That’s Sun Tzu’s rule #2. We can and we will win this epic war but we will lose battles in the war if we don’t think strategically.
We are facing an immensely wealthy, powerful enemy, with vast resources, millions of agents and formidable capabilities. The billionaire class who manages companies like BlackRock and Vanguard already have a virtual monopoly over the whole world. The pandemic revealed the extent of their power. The WHO maintained control over the entire world for the time period of the pandemic. The international and national medias of 195 nations worked in tandem. There was no real opposition in the political class anywhere in the world.
In conclusion, the people have to save us. It is up to us. Nobody else is coming. We need a grassroots revolution on an international scale. We can win it and we will win it. Good always triumphs over evil. That’s the way of the universe.
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