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March 29, 2021
The Commonalities Between the Rise of the Nazis and the Tactics of the American Left Cannot be Ignored
By Steve McCann

I recently wrote a column wherein I accused the American Left and its wholly owned subsidiary, the Democrat party, of using Fascist or Nazi tactics in their determination to permanently transform the nation into a one-party hybrid socialist state by exploiting nonexistent “systemic racism” and baseless fears of “white supremacy.”  This characterization did not set well with the gullible and self-righteous Democrat voters I know or those who contacted me.  They, rather vociferously, claimed that the utilization of Nazi tactics only applies to the American right and that they, the left, are only motivated by caring for the people.

However, any thoughtful and unemotional examination of the tactics the Nazi Party used to gain and maintain power in the 1920’s and 30’s will reveal numerous stark similarities to those being used by the left and the Democrat Party today.

First, racial division was a central component of Nazi political strategy and philosophy.  The Nazi Party was, without doubt, the most racially obsessed political party in human history.  Today’s Democrat party is second only to the Nazi Party in their racial obsession.   Every piece of legislation, every accusation against their opponents, every aspect of American society, even weather and climate is framed in racism.   

The Nazi Party’s obsession with race focused on their perverted belief in the inferiority and superiority of the races. This opened the door for blaming various racial groups for all the problems facing the country.   The American left are claiming the root cause of virtually all problems facing the nation is “systemic racism” as theoretically instigated by one particular race.

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The German National Socialist German Worker's party was....

...a socialist party.

The Rodents like to lie about this, of course, but the Rodents find the truth complicated.  "Is the sun shining now?"  "It depends on what the definition of is, is".

So, anyway, the Rodents are  socialist party, the National Socialists were socialists, and naturally they use similar tactics.

Street gangs, lies, racism, more lies, election fraud, lies nobody believes, murder (seth rich), lies nobody can believe, and book burning, too.
The GOP is not the party leadership.  The GOP is the party MEMBERSHIP.   The members need to kick the leaders out if they leaders are going the wrong way.  No coddling allowed.

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Make no mistake.
Regardless of "the tactics" they may use, they are NOT "facists".
They ARE communists.
There are important differences.

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The German National Socialist German Worker's party was....

...a socialist party.

The Rodents like to lie about this, of course, but the Rodents find the truth complicated.  "Is the sun shining now?"  "It depends on what the definition of is, is".

So, anyway, the Rodents are  socialist party, the National Socialists were socialists, and naturally they use similar tactics.

Street gangs, lies, racism, more lies, election fraud, lies nobody believes, murder (seth rich), lies nobody can believe, and book burning, too.
A fair number of German communists converted to national socialism as soon as they realized the Nazis were gaining popular appeal in Weimar Germany. Except for Hitler's personal policy of Lebensraum and his overt anti-semitism, their rhetoric was pretty similar.

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Make no mistake.
Regardless of "the tactics" they may use, they are NOT "facists".
They ARE communists.
There are important differences.

The commies spoke russian, the fascists spoke Italian and German and Ebonics?
The GOP is not the party leadership.  The GOP is the party MEMBERSHIP.   The members need to kick the leaders out if they leaders are going the wrong way.  No coddling allowed.