50 Shades of American Fascism

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Hitler was a very good student. Those who read Mein Kampf will find therein many good words about America. More precisely, not about the whole of America, but about the numerous attempts of the American socialists to change the foundations of the American way of life.

The ideas of forced sterilization and forced abortion were adopted by Hitler from the founder of feminism, American socialist Margaret Sanger. Madame Sanger even founded a special clinic to promote mass abortions of black people to reduce their number with the aim of completely eradicating blacks in America. This organization still exists–it is called Planned Parenthood.

Few realize it, but the idea of a “final solution” of the “Jewish question” was simply borrowed by the German National Socialists from the idea of American progressive socialists about the “final solution” of the “black question.”

In early 20th century America, belief in the pseudo-science of eugenics became fashionable. Eugenics was particularly popular in progressive socialist circles (now it seems far-fetched, but in our time, there are similar strains of pseudo-science popular amongst leftists–“global warming,” for example).

Hitler was a subscriber of the main scientific journal of American racist eugenics for many years. In that journal he discovered the proposal of the American progressive socialist Paul Popenoe on the mass euthanasia of “undesirable elements” using gas chambers. Popenoe’s book, Applied Eugenics is still sold to this very day in the US.

I know that many of my readers have relatives that were killed in the gas chambers. My family is no exception–all except for my grandfather’s family died in the Holocaust (that’s why, by the way, our last name is so rare). The American socialists who proposed this idea of using gas chambers bear some of the guilt for the atrocities that took place in the Holocaust.

The infamous racial laws of Germany in 1935, which made Jews completely disenfranchised, were copied from the American segregation laws of Jim Crow. German lawyers in most cases simply substituted the blacks with Jews in the text of the laws. The laws of Jim Crow were adopted by democratic authorities in most southern states in America.

Many of the Jim Crow laws existed until 1965. By the way, Democratic Party Senator Albert Gore of Tennessee (the father of former U.S. Vice President Albert Gore) voted against the Civil Rights Act in 1964.

Why were these racial laws called Jim Crow? Jim Crow was a popular caricature representing the black population in the 19th century. What did the Russians call the Germans during WWII? They were called Fritzes. “Fritzes” are Germans, whereas Jim Crow represents blacks.

The favorite of the leftist progressives of his day, former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, nominated Hugo Black, a former member of the Ku Klux Klan, to the post of Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Black was one of the longest-serving Justices of the Supreme Court and is notorious for having legally justified Roosevelt’s decision to forcibly transfer all Americans of Japanese descent to concentration camps during WWII.

Approximately 10 years ago, at the International Numismatic Convention in New York, I stumbled upon a 1939 coin of the Third Reich of 5 marks. The coin was unusual, as there was a long inscription on the edge. I carefully recorded it: “Gemeinnutz geht vor Eigennutz.”

The translation of this inscription is well-known to anyone who ever lived under the totalitarian socialist regime–“Society’s needs come before the individual’s needs.” There was nothing sensational in this inscription, it was ordinary fascism. It was merely another demonstration of Hitler’s concept of a “socialist people’s state.”

Only a few days later I came across this phrase a second time. This time, it rolled off the tongue of Hillary Clinton (not word for word, but in meaning). The phrase “society’s needs” was present.

The father of Benito Mussolini was a member of the First Communist International, as were Marx and Engels. He was so devout that, as a blacksmith by trade, he would force his clients to listen for hours to his lectures on Marxism. Little Benito passed the full course of historical and dialectical materialism as early as school age. Thus, at the age of 18, he joined the Socialist Party. In a similar manner Barack Obama joined up with the socialists (Democratic Socialists of America) while at Harvard University.

Of course, many of my readers are probably quite unhappy with the selection of facts in this article. But I must remind everyone of George Orwell’s famous quote, which said: “Freedom is the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.”

If you do not want to hear about the facts and prefer to simply brush aside the damage that the left is doing to America now, this could be a big problem for you in the future.

However, you should never forget the words of the wise Greek politician and military leader Pericles, who said back in 5th century BC: “Just because you are not interested in politics, does not mean that politics will not take an interest in you.”

What we see now, after the final seizure of the US Democratic Party by neo-Marxists, after eight years under the rule of the anti-American usurper Obama, must be taken seriously, very seriously.

A solemn tone is called for, not only by American conservatives but also by American leftists. Anarcho-socialist professor Noam Chomsky, who has unquestioned authority in the leftist circles, recently wrote that “Antifa is a great gift for the right.”

Mr. Chomsky saw a lot in his lifetime, and he quite correctly estimated the threat from the fascist monster created by the American left. This monster can, at any time, get out of control and bury the remnants of any hope to make the Democratic Party respectable. In fact, which respectable party would rely on a gang-in-black operating under strictly Gestapo methods?

Especially for the American ex-Soviet emigre audience, I want to submit that in this connection I am very disappointed.

It seemed to me that all the former homo soveticus amazingly had the ability to read between the lines.

It seemed to me that all the former homo soveticus came to the New World with a steady vaccination against socialism and its variety–fascism.

It seemed to me that the former homo soveticus instantly recognize fascism in any form, despite the slogans that neo-fascists hide behind.

It seemed to me that the former homo soveticus would immediately determine that two competing factions of the American fascists had collided in Charlottesville.

I was wrong.

It was Reagan, who prophetically predicted the following: “If fascism ever comes to America, it will be called liberalism.”

Political terminology, of course, can change with time.

But good and evil are never relative. Good and evil are always absolute.


Originally published on 2017-09-18

Author: Gary Gindler

Source: Katehon

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