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to vote at all is the same as voting for hitler

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posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 01:58 PM
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I'm not missing your point at all. Its just that its completely moot.

Economic miracles bought on the blood of others that end in a country in ruins aren't economic miracles - they are the blatant epitome of "Boom and Bust"

Kicking the jews and other "undersirables" out of their jobs, sequestering their businesses, savings and livelihoods and ignoring them in unemployment stats, while developing an industrial base to fuel a war machine and cooking the books isn't a sound basis to work off, and by the time WW2 broke out in 1939 60% of expenditure was on the arms industry and the debt had increased from its levels at 1933 to a 38 billion mark national debt in 1939.

Mefo Bills




posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 02:07 PM
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Saying Germany got bombed, therefore Hitler was bad for his country is flawed logic.
Proof: jews were killed during ww 2, therefore Judaism is bad for jews.

You see rather than blaming the allies for dropping bombs, you blame Hitler, which would be like blaming Judaism because it led to jews being killed. It's blaming the victim, nothing more.



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 02:07 PM
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Originally posted by X9ballX
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And that is why it is more an insult for the guy who made the vid to compare mittens and obama to hitler.

unlike hitler neither of them would bring the us back at all


I agree with that. I think Hitler was pissed. If you read or watch his speeches as well as look at his actions, the guy genuinely felt for his people suffering. He did make some earth shattering mistakes but in the beginning at least, his heart was in the right place. He was a patriot who cared enough for his people to slam the door on the bankers controlling the country and make real changes to bring prosperity back to Germany. In his speeches, he always talked about the oppression the Germans were under from the bankers and that they would find ways to defeat these controlling interests. He would yell about it, cry about it, get mad as hell about this oppression. We don't see US leaders doing the same about our banking crisis.

I honestly think he snapped. He went nuts. The stress got to him and he became emotionally and mentally unstable. Many of his actions in later years do not mirror his actions of his earlier days in power. It is believed by many that he was coerced and manipulated.. his condition was taken advantage of. I feel this is just as plausible as any other theory. We know from his youth's actions, he was not born a madman.



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 02:14 PM
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Mefo Bills have nothing to do with what I'm talking about. They are a separate issue entirely. I do not consider this Wikipedia article to be an authority on German history - it's positively dripping with Zionist propaganda.

By the way, that Schacht your article talks about was against Germany and he was one of the bankers trying tu ruin Germany.

We have this insight from Veterans Today, the article called " Hitler and the Banksters: The Abolition of Interest-Servitude":

You really need to read the whole thing to see the entire context.


In January 1939 matters came to a head when Schacht refused extension of RM3 billion worth of Offa and Mefo bills, because of fears of “inflation”. On January 7, 1939, he sent Hitler the following memorandum:

“1) The Reich must spend only that amount covered by

2) Full financial control must be returned to the Ministry of Finance. (Then forced to pay for anything the army desired.)

3) Price and wage control must be rendered effective. The existing mismanagement must be eliminated.

4) The use of money and investment markets must be at the sole discretion of the Reichsbank. (This meant a practical elimination of Goering’s Four Year Plan)”(14)

By these means Schacht intended to collapse the German economy, which during the period 1933-39 had increased its gross national product by 100 percent. From being a ruined and bankrupt nation in January 1933 with over six million unemployed persons, Hitler had transformed Germany into a socialist paradise and the most powerful and prosperous state in the history of Europe. He angrily rejected the recommendations of the Reichsbank, describing them as “mutiny”.(15)
www.veteranstoday.com...
edit on 7-11-2012 by JohnPhoenix because: sp



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