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Make no mistake. Hitler is now alive and well in America. Hilter said he would "Make Germany Great Again!" Trump said he will "Make America Great Again!" Hitler demonized Jews. Trump demonized Muslims. There is no difference!

The words are similar. The appeals to the worst within us are similar. The appeals to hatred are similar. Will the haters in America follow the same course into dictatorship as the Germans did? The haters want that future! Where White Males Rule All and can commit any atrocity they want on Muslims, Women, Hispanics, Blacks, LGBTs, and non-christians of a any kind. But especially on women. They are physically weaker and easy prey. That's why Moslem women are the first being attacked. They are easy victims for the cowardly white males full of hatred for their own inadequacies as men.

Some expect our laws to protect us. They Won't. The Germans had a democracy with an elected legislature, they had laws protecting all citizen's rights, they had a Supreme Court. The guardians of the laws were simply replaced with those who did not support those laws just as the New Fuhrer is doing right now in America. Then goodbye civil rights. Hello Dictatorship!

"Amazingly others and myself were predicting this possibility back in 2014 and I put those predictions on the Sioux Falls Atheists website. Here is a link to that page:

Judaism World War II History Movies

Around six million people were killed in the Holocaust, the Nazis' systematic attempt to exterminate the Jewish people. Jews from across Germany and Nazi-occupied Europe were rounded up, and either transported to extermination camps where they were gassed, shot locally, or starved and abused in ghettos and labour camps until they died. Learn about what caused people to collaborate with the Nazis in their attempt to exterminate the Jewish people. (To make it current just substitute the word Muslims for Jews) The subjects in this article include:

  • Could it happen again?
  • Where next?

Make no mistake. They'll be back. Hatred of other people to the point of genocide is alive and well and growing in Europe, United States (KKK, neo-Nazis, Fundamentalists and Evangelicals, Anti-Gays and Anti-Lesbians), Middle East, Africa, India, and South East Asia. Killing others who don't "believe right" and are responsible for "our problems" is a world-wide human behavior. It's even probably the root cause of the hundreds of mass killings in America by brutal white males who see themselves as losers and want to blame anyone but themselves."

Sioux Falls Free Thinkers recommend the German and Nazi history movies and courses below describing the possible future of America.

The courses are available from TheGreatCourses.com. The courses can be expensive but they are often on sale for 30% of the regular listed price. The course links on the following pages point to the course location at The Great Courses.

Sioux Falls Free Thinkers enthusiastically endorse the 6 German and Nazi History documentaries, 1 movie, 2 courses and 1 book described on the following 10 pages:

10-20-17 Richard Spencer speech at Florida campus sparks mass protest
Richard Spencer speech at Florida campus sparks mass protest
Protesters chanting "Go home Nazis" have disrupted a white supremacist's speech at the University of Florida. Richard Spencer's address in Gainesville prompted Florida's governor to declare a state of emergency. Outside the event, police officers stood guard as hundreds of demonstrators shouted: "Go home, Spencer!" His speech comes two months after a far-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, left a woman dead. Several dozen supporters of Mr Spencer in the campus auditorium were overwhelmingly outnumbered by protesters who shouted down the speaker. "I'm not going home, I will stand here all day if I have to," Mr Spencer said, calling the crowd a mob of "shrieking and grunting morons". Audience members continued to heckle him, chanting "Nazis are not welcome here" and "Let's go, Gators!" - a reference to the college mascot. The university said it did not want to let "vile" Mr Spencer speak, but was obliged under law to do so. (Webmaster's comment: The Russians knew what to do with the Nazis, they sent them all to Siberia. We should do the same!)

10-20-17 A young leader shifts the country rightward
A young leader shifts the country rightward
Wunderkind! Austria’s likely new chancellor is an energetic young “political entrepreneur,” said Peter Ulram in Die Presse (Austria). In 2013, at age 27, Sebastian Kurz became the country’s youngest-ever foreign minister. Last week, the now 31-year-old Kurz led the center-right People’s Party to first place in Austria’s national election, winning 31 percent of the vote. Before Kurz took over as party leader last May, polls showed the far-right Freedom Party—founded by ex-Nazis—with a clear lead. But the Freedom Party ended up finishing a hair behind the center-left Social Democrats, each getting about 27 percent. Far-right leader Heinz-Christian Strache claimed Kurz stole his supporters by adopting his anti-immigrant, tough-on-crime platform, but that can’t be the whole story, since the Freedom Party also picked up votes. Austrians flocked to Kurz partly for his low-tax populism and partly because they credit the foreign minister with halting the flow of migrants through the country in 2015. Kurz will now be given the first chance to try to form a government, probably with the Freedom Party as a junior coalition partner. If he succeeds, the wunderkind will become one of the world’s youngest national leaders. (Webmaster's comment: We've seen Wunderkind before. They first arose in Nazi Germany!)

7-29-17 Fox News' Jesse Watters pines for Trump the dictator: 'Maybe we could repeal ObamaCare'
Fox News' Jesse Watters pines for Trump the dictator: 'Maybe we could repeal ObamaCare'
It's unclear which people Fox News' Jesse Watters has been talking to, but he claims "a lot" of them "wish President Trump was a dictator." Watters explained Thursday on The Five that if Trump were a dictator then "maybe we could repeal ObamaCare." "It would be a lot easier that way," he said, hours before the ObamaCare "skinny repeal" died on the Senate floor. Watters made the remark as the panel discussed a recent quote from Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison (Minn.), comparing Trump to King George III. Ellison said Trump's efforts to "intimidate people, to pack the courts, to intimidate the press" are all part of his plan to "just run everything himself." "We fought a war of independence against somebody — King George — who was trying to do that," Ellison said. But Watters seems to think that, for the sake of repealing the health-care law that insures more than 20 million Americans, it wouldn't be so bad for Trump to be a little more like the man who sparked the Revolutionary War. (Webmaster's comment: The FOX news media calls for Trump to be a dictator. Hitlers won over Fox!)

3-24-17 JFK diary calls Hitler 'stuff of legends'
JFK diary calls Hitler 'stuff of legends'
A diary kept by President John F Kennedy as a young man travelling in Europe, revealing his fascination with Adolf Hitler, is up for auction. Kennedy, then 28, predicted "Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived". "He had in him the stuff of which legends are made," he continued. Kennedy wrote the entry in the summer of 1945 after touring the German dictator's Bavarian mountain retreat. It is thought by historians to be the only diary ever kept by the 35th US president. The original copy will be auctioned for the first time on 26 April in Boston by longtime owner Deirdre Henderson, who worked as a research assistant for Kennedy while he was a US senator with White House ambitions. He wrote that Hitler "had boundless ambition for his country which rendered him a menace to the peace of the world, but he had a mystery about him in the way he lived and in the manner of his death that will live and grow after him".

2-18-17 'Enemies of the people': Trump remark echoes history's worst tyrants
'Enemies of the people': Trump remark echoes history's worst tyrants
At a different time, in another country, it was effectively a death sentence. Being branded an "enemy of the people" by the likes of Stalin or Mao brought at best suspicion and stigma, at worst hard labour or death. Now the chilling phrase - which is at least as old as Emperor Nero, who was called "hostis publicus", enemy of the public, by the Senate in AD 68 - is making something of a comeback. In November, the UK Daily Mail used its entire front page to brand three judges "enemies of the people" following a legal ruling on the Brexit process. Then on Friday, President Donald Trump deployed the epithet against mainstream US media outlets that he sees as hostile. "The FAKE NEWS media (failing New York Times, NBC News, ABC, CBS, CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American People!" he wrote on Twitter. The reaction was swift. "Every president is irritated by the news media. No other president would have described the media as 'the enemy of the people'", tweeted David Axelrod, a former adviser to President Barack Obama. Gabriel Sherman, national affairs editor at New York magazine, called the phrase a "chilling" example of "full-on dictator speak". Steve Silberman, an award-winning writer and journalist, wondered whether the remark would prompt Trump supporters to shoot at journalists. The US president's use of "enemies of the people" raises unavoidable echoes of some of history's most murderous dictators. (Webmaster's comment: The real enemy of the people is sitting in the Oval Office!)

2-7-17 Beware Trump's Reichstag fire
Beware Trump's Reichstag fire
I like to think I'm a little less prone to panic than some of my liberal brethren. I haven't called President Trump a fascist, mostly because the idea of him having a coherent ideology is absurd. Much as I fear how he'd act in a crisis — a fear that has only grown since he became president — I grant that most of what he'll do in office is exactly what any Republican president would do. I don't doubt that there will be an election in 2020. And while Trump has a remarkable lack of human virtues and an even more remarkable set of character flaws, I don't think he's Hitler. That doesn't mean, however, that certain historical events don't offer us a warning of the kind of thing we should watch out for. In particular, the Trump administration's move to shut America's doors to refugees and stop all entry from nationals of seven Muslim countries has me thinking more and more about the Reichstag fire. There will come a moment when something awful happens, and Americans need to be ready for the Trump administration's effort to exploit it. In February 1933, an arsonist set fire to the Reichstag, the German parliament building. When a young communist was arrested for the crime, Adolf Hitler, who had become chancellor one month before, declared that it was part of a communist plot to overthrow the government. The next day, a law was signed essentially suspending all civil liberties, and Hitler quickly purged his political opponents from government and consolidated the Nazi Party's grip on power. (Webmaster's comment: I disagree with this article because all the elements are there for an absolute dictatorship, a megalomaniac leader, religious fanatic cabinet ministers, and a violent white male supremacist support base just waiting for the right incident to remove all civil rights and take complete power.)

12-26-16 Taiwan 'Nazi rally' school principal resigns
Taiwan 'Nazi rally' school principal resigns
The principal of a Taiwanese school whose students held a mock Nazi rally for a Christmas parade has resigned. Cheng Hsiao-ming, head of the Kuang Fu High School in Hsinchu, said he took "full responsibility" and apologised. Friday's "rally" featured a parade of swastika banners and a cardboard tank carrying one student performing a Nazi salute. Israel's representative called the event "deplorable" and Taiwan's presidential office has apologised. Announcing his resignation, Mr Cheng said: "As educators, we should have taught students to have the right values. We will learn from the mistakes we made and have asked students to do so too." (Webmaster's comment: The great Evil is back all over the world in Asia, in Europe, and in America!)

Students in American Supported ''Free'' Taiwan learning to support Hitler and the Nazis! America will be next!

12-18-16 Why the Nazis studied American race laws for inspiration
Why the Nazis studied American race laws for inspiration
A shameful truth! On 5 June, 1934, about a year and half after Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of the Reich, the leading lawyers of Nazi Germany gathered at a meeting to plan what would become the Nuremberg Laws, the centerpiece anti-Jewish legislation of the Nazi race regime. The meeting was an important one, and a stenographer was present to take down a verbatim transcript, to be preserved by the ever-diligent Nazi bureaucracy as a record of a crucial moment in the creation of the new race regime. That transcript reveals a startling fact: The meeting involved lengthy discussions of the law of the United States of America. At its very opening, the Minister of Justice presented a memorandum on U.S. race law and, as the meeting progressed, the participants turned to the U.S. example repeatedly. They debated whether they should bring Jim Crow segregation to the Third Reich. They engaged in detailed discussion of the statutes from the 30 U.S. states that criminalized racially mixed marriages. They reviewed how the various U.S. states determined who counted as a "Negro" or a "Mongol," and weighed whether they should adopt U.S. techniques in their own approach to determining who counted as a Jew. Throughout the meeting the most ardent supporters of the U.S. model were the most radical Nazis in the room. The record of that meeting is only one piece of evidence in an unexamined history that is sure to make Americans cringe. Throughout the early 1930s, the years of the making of the Nuremberg Laws, Nazi policymakers looked to U.S. law for inspiration. Hitler himself, in Mein Kampf (1925), described the U.S. as "the one state" that had made progress toward the creation of a healthy racist society, and after the Nazis seized power in 1933 they continued to cite and ponder U.S. models regularly. They saw many things to despise in U.S. constitutional values, to be sure. But they also saw many things to admire in U.S. white supremacy, and when the Nuremberg Laws were promulgated in 1935, it is almost certainly the case that they reflected direct U.S. influence. (Webmaster's comment: It's very true. America led the world in Racism and served as a model for other Racist nations. And now it seems many Americans want to go back to that Racist time.)

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for
good men to do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

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