posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 05:51 PM
a reply to: Spiramirabilis
Yes, but Hitler wasn't elected by the German people per say he only got 36% of the vote in 1932, he was appointed by Hindenburg after he lost, then he
had the political false flag event of the Reichstag fire to solidify his hold on power and wipe out all opposition. Then Hindenburg dies and he makes
himself a dictator. And he uses another military false flag event to start world war 2 with the Gleiwitz incident.
If this happened in America, and the armed forces supported that leader at that critical moment, what choice would the average American have at that
I imagine at some point there would be a faction of the American military lead by the likes of an American version of the German Colonel Claus von
Stauffenberg and group like his that would try to end it based on the violation of the American constitution. If they failed it would only entrench
the present dictator as it did with Hitler, and provide more ammunition to wipe out anybody who wouldn't support their policies.
The lesson; beware of both political and military false flag events, it has cost humanity dearly in the past.
edit on 22-8-2018 by Blue_Jay33 because: (no reason given)