Who Are the Nazis of Today?

by Lee Hemen

Sadly there is little history being taught in public schools today; not who was the first President, Black History, or other such things but rather why certain things occurred and what differing groups believed and why and what resulted. A good example is the ignorance concerning Socialism, Planned Parenthood, or Nazism.

Nazism is National Socialism where the state controls every aspect of a citizen’s life from healthcare, education, retirement, to science. Everything is to benefit the state. Nazism gained power when radical crowds of organized, Nazi-funded, protestors known as Brown-shirts gained access to public meetings and disrupted them. They would shout down, chant, and bust heads if necessary. Public protests and riots were well orchestrated where protestors were trained, paid, and bused in.

Symbolism and slogans, placards and public protests became an important part of the Nazi Brown-shirt movement. Later music and public rallies were used to pump up crowds and indoctrinate the public. Anyone who stood in their way was branded as narrow-minded, uneducated, and worse racist against their own people. Eugenics, a thinly disguised way to do away with those deemed undesirable was promoted and certain groups were targeted as the reason for the economic failure. The Jews became the scapegoats and later anyone or any group that stood in their way. Popular movie stars and actors, singers, heroes of the day, the press, and even religious leaders supported Nazism. In fact the press became so enchanted and friendly that they fawningly supported its takeover as necessary. It wasn’t until later when anyone who dared disagree, was being re-educated, suddenly disappeared, or were utterly dismissed that the press realized that what they had supported was evil. Nazism was in fact an extreme minority until they gained the public square and began to control public opinion through their protests and the media.

Now if any of this sounds familiar it should. Recently we have seen well organized bused in groups of protestors, local public meetings disrupted admittedly done so by outside agitators, and the orchestration of blaming others for the failure of government. Symbolism and placards, well organized protests and the media’s culpability are seen as these groups dupe others into thinking they are the answer. The blame game is rampant and they have selected their scapegoat. They will do whatever it takes, shout down reasonable discussion, and use the media to promote their brand of National Socialism. Those who disagree will be dismissed as racist, haters, and phobic.

So, who are the Nazis of today?

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5 responses to “Who Are the Nazis of Today?

  1. Jeff Scott

    Wow, you know they bused people in for Civil Rights marches and women’s rights events. My mother and sister took a bus to the Women’s March in Washington D.C. and they are NOT paid protestors, they are quite well off financially. They went because it was the RIGHT thing to do. Just because you don’t like what a group says or believes doesn’t make them “dupes” or “nazi’s”. Did you have the same kind of comments when the Tea Party did the same thing in 2008? Yeah, I didn’t think so.

    • Never said I did not like what they did; you assumed this. The whole point of the article was to focus on how some use the term “Nazi” without knowing its history and how they came to power and the tactics they used. By the way I don’t give a hoot about the Tea Party. Again, an assumption on your part.

  2. JEFF SCOTT

    Say what? Here’s the final paragraph of your post:

    “Now if any of this sounds familiar it should. Recently we have seen well organized bused in groups of protestors, local public meetings disrupted admittedly done so by outside agitators, and the orchestration of blaming others for the failure of government. Symbolism and placards, well organized protests and the media’s culpability are seen as these groups dupe others into thinking they are the answer. The blame game is rampant and they have selected their scapegoat. They will do whatever it takes, shout down reasonable discussion, and use the media to promote their brand of National Socialism. Those who disagree will be dismissed as racist, haters, and phobic.”

    1. You accuse them of “duping” others in to believing they are the answer, an implication that they are like the Nazi’s, who did that very well.

    2. You accuse them and the media of promoting “their brand of National Socialism”. Capitalizing those final two words is a clear effort to link them to the Nazi’s of the past.

    3. If you really did not intend on making that link in your post, then your post was poorly written because the entire thing seems to be clearly linking the protesters to Nazism because the protests seem to conflict with your faith and values.

    • Yep, they sure do dupe others into believing they are the answer and the media has admitted it supports much of what these groups espouse, however, you are the one who brought into the argument the straw dog of your mother and sister going to the Women’s March. I never did. While this is a tired old tactic to place one argument into another that was never mentioned in order to divert it to your purpose, it simply wasn’t what I wrote. You tacitly wanted people to think this is what I was doing; picking on women who decided to attend a rally. What I wrote about is the very real support of outside groups who are bought and paid for that bus in outside agitators for their nefarious purposes. Nazi did this as well to great success and is a historical fact.

      • JEFF SCOTT

        I used the example of my mother and sister at the women’s march because it was the most glaring example of people making the charge that these “agitators” were paid protesters and dupes. There were several other protests that qualified, but I didn’t have family members who attended to use as examples that these were real people with real concerns. And I stand by my assertion that you weren’t clear enough in your post IF you were not accusing protesters and their supporters of being the modern American version of Nazis, because that’s how it read.

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