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The Far Right is on the March Again!

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posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 01:09 PM
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I could hardly believe what I was reading as I didn't realise the far right were wielding this much power.


These are not thugs merely intent on racial violence, who are easily locked up. These are intellectuals and politicians whose move to the forefront of society is far more insidious.


Is history about to repeat?


..... the world faces a similar financial crisis to the one that precipitated the rise of Hitler and, in chilling echoes of Thirties Europe, support for far-right groups is exploding. Hitler’s birthplace has become the focus for neo-Nazis across the world. And so I have come to Austria to investigate how Fascism and extremism are moving, unchecked, into the forefront of its society.



‘The Jew on Wall Street is responsible for the world’s current economic crisis. It is the same now as in 1929 when 90 per cent of money was in the hands of the Jew. Hitler had the right solutions then,’ he says, invoking the language of Goebbels.


With a lot of people getting fed up with the banker bailouts it would seem that a lot of people are also listening to the far right and their feelings about Jews. It seems bankers/Jews are interpreted as one and the same.

Scary stuff it you read the whole article - Daily Mail




posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 01:11 PM
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OMG. We WILL not let this happen again.

We can't repeat the early 20th century ...



posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 01:15 PM
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Originally posted by Donnie Darko
OMG. We WILL not let this happen again.

We can't repeat the early 20th century ...


My thoughts exactly, especially as I live in Europe! I couldn't believe they gained 29 per cent of the vote which is the same as the main party. Frightening times we're living in and most people are too busy looking at the economic crisis to see what's sneaking in the back door.


Last September, Austria’s far right gained massive political influence in an election that saw the FPO along with another far right party – Alliance For The Future (BZO) – gain 29 per cent of the vote, the same share as Austria’s main party, the Social Democrats. The election stirred up terrifying memories of the rise of the Nazi Party in the Thirties.



posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 08:34 PM
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this thread needs to be closed cause its gonna end up being a hate jew thread.



posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 03:29 PM
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Why would it end up being a hate Jews thread? I can assure you that I do not hate anybody.

Why can't fascism be discussed without it having to be an anti Jew thread?

I'm surprised that not more people are concerned about this, actually as I think it's very important.

I think it's even more important after reading the following, in another thread.


Originally posted by grover reply to post by Rockpuck

Mussolini... who should know said: "Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of State and corporate power."
Edit to add link to the thread

State and corporate power are now merging so I think this is a topic that definitely needs discussing and it has nothing to do with hating Jews.

[edit on 25-3-2009 by Maya00a]



posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 03:40 PM
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This is a very VERY good article about the similarities of the US and Depression era Germany. If you look around you can see the evidence is accumulating. I suspect the enormous anti-Obama sentiment unleashed on the web immediately following the inauguration is evidence that the far right is not sleeping at all but rather working under the cover of darkness.





In early 1919, Germany put in place a new government to begin rebuilding the country after its crushing defeat in World War I. But the right-wing forces that had led the country into the War and lost the War conspired even before it was over to destroy the new government, the "Weimar Republic." They succeeded.





The failure of right wing policy and leadership over the past eight years, especially in matters economic, is comparable to Germany's right-wing failure in World War I. It is catastrophic, undeniable, and complete.



The US is facing a Weimar Moment by Robert Freeman



posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 03:44 PM
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It's not that you wont let it happen. It's that you wont know its happening till its too late.

The crowd mentality is hard to resist. Normal everyday people in Germany during the Nazi years found themselves joining in on the violence toward people of Jewish decent.

When the war ended and the concentration camps came into light, everyday people were just as appalled about it in Germany as the rest of the world.

So I say again:
It's not that you wont let it happen. It's that you wont know its happening till its too late.



posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 03:50 PM
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reply to post by Maya00a
 


Sorry, I am not really understanding what you are saying. In the USA, conservatism stands for smaller government and more freedom.

Unfortunately, Bush was not a conservative or a liberal but something else.

Liberalism leads to fascism. Hitler was to the far left.

I see liberals as the race baiters. I see liberals as the ones who always bring up the issues of race and remind us of our differences.



posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 08:07 PM
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Originally posted by SailorinAZ
reply to post by Maya00a
 


Sorry, I am not really understanding what you are saying. In the USA, conservatism stands for smaller government and more freedom.

Unfortunately, Bush was not a conservative or a liberal but something else.

Liberalism leads to fascism. Hitler was to the far left.

I see liberals as the race baiters. I see liberals as the ones who always bring up the issues of race and remind us of our differences.


Conservatism in the US means favoring corporatism over the individual, giving states rights only in some salient social issues (gay marriage, abortion, etc.), creating a massive, dominant army, and trumpeting patriotism at every opportunity.

If you'd do some looking into post WW1 Germany, you'd know the Weimar Republic was by far the most liberal and socialistic government in Europe, and the parallels between it and Obama are eery at best. The WR allowed the disaffected conservatives and fascists (many from the military) to unite under a common enemy: Jews and Communists.

Sound familiar? Jewish bankers, Commie liberals...hmmm...what liberal in the media spotlight is constantly given the label of a Socialist or Communist? Hmmm...

One only needs to open a thread about gun control rights, the government, bailouts, or anything supporting Obama, and you'll find a group disaffected conservatives talking about how "the situation is so dire it will come to blood" or "let them come try and take my assault rifles" or "they are preparing death camps for us: let them try!" or quoting Jefferson on refreshing the tree of liberty with the blood of patriots or any other saber rattling ridiculousness to see there are still more than plenty of people who would fall for a Hitler-like trap.



posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 09:15 AM
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Originally posted by Avenginggecko

Originally posted by SailorinAZ
reply to post by Maya00a
 


Sorry, I am not really understanding what you are saying. In the USA, conservatism stands for smaller government and more freedom.

Unfortunately, Bush was not a conservative or a liberal but something else.

Liberalism leads to fascism. Hitler was to the far left.

I see liberals as the race baiters. I see liberals as the ones who always bring up the issues of race and remind us of our differences.


Conservatism in the US means favoring corporatism over the individual, giving states rights only in some salient social issues (gay marriage, abortion, etc.), creating a massive, dominant army, and trumpeting patriotism at every opportunity.

If you'd do some looking into post WW1 Germany, you'd know the Weimar Republic was by far the most liberal and socialistic government in Europe, and the parallels between it and Obama are eery at best. The WR allowed the disaffected conservatives and fascists (many from the military) to unite under a common enemy: Jews and Communists.

Sound familiar? Jewish bankers, Commie liberals...hmmm...what liberal in the media spotlight is constantly given the label of a Socialist or Communist? Hmmm...

One only needs to open a thread about gun control rights, the government, bailouts, or anything supporting Obama, and you'll find a group disaffected conservatives talking about how "the situation is so dire it will come to blood" or "let them come try and take my assault rifles" or "they are preparing death camps for us: let them try!" or quoting Jefferson on refreshing the tree of liberty with the blood of patriots or any other saber rattling ridiculousness to see there are still more than plenty of people who would fall for a Hitler-like trap.




considering im a conservative, your vision of conservatives is 100% false.



posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 11:24 AM
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Notice I said Conservatism in the US, meaning what US politics has done to Conservatism.

Need me to connect any more dots for you?



posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 11:28 AM
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Originally posted by Avenginggecko
Notice I said Conservatism in the US, meaning what US politics has done to Conservatism.

Need me to connect any more dots for you?


yup. still dont agree.



posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 11:39 AM
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Alright, thanks for your informed contribution to the discussion then.


What points do you need clarification on? Or perhaps you'd like to elaborate on your response instead of leaving everyone with the oh-so-informative "You are 100% false and I don't agree."



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