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Freedom To Fascism

Freedom To Fascism



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(Link - http://www2.ministries-online.org/biometrics/biometrics.html ) The past and present threat of Fascism. We all should realize and be aware of the fact that the nations Germany and Italy were liberal democracies before the rise of fascism.
(Link - http://www2.ministries-online.org/biometrics/biometrics.html ) The past and present threat of Fascism. We all should realize and be aware of the fact that the nations Germany and Italy were liberal democracies before the rise of fascism.

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The past and present threat of Fascism. We all should realize and beaware of the fact that the nations Germany and Italy were liberaldemocracies before the rise of fascism.
Adolf Hilter used the system from inside to gain power politically with thepowerof propaganda.He was considered apowerful speaker, so he railed against things that he knewthe people feared and perceived as threats. In return, those who followed him began to treat Hitler with almost religiousadoration. After Martial law was declared in Berlin, the people all over Germanyturned to "Fuhrer worship" as they were caught up in the emotions of the Nazicampaign. Next came the elections of March 5, 1933, then the Nazis began asystematic takeover of the state governments throughout Germany, ending acenturies old tradition of local political independence. Armed SA and SS thugsbarged into local government offices using the state of emergency decree as apretext to throw out legitimate office holders and replace them with Nazi Reichcommissioners. On March 23, the Nazi controlled Reichstag passed the"Enabling Act." This act finally established Adolph Hitler as the total Dictator of Germany. After this, the "Gleichschaltung" (Synchronizing) began – the totalcoordination and absorption of the entire nation under the Nazi boot.ReadFascism, in 10 easy steps. Also, check out the text of thePatriot Actenacted since 9/11 (PDF file). 
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 New World Order is World GovernmentListen:Irvin Baxter, Jr., Endtime MinistriesThe "Fasces" was a symbol of imperial power in ancient Rome. A bundle of sticks bound together, it represented the "many bound together as one."Short Video: Jordan Maxwell on Fascism 
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Fascism Anyone?
Fascism’s principles are wafting in the air today, surreptitiously masqueradingas something else, challenging everything we stand for.By Laurence W. BrittThe cliché that people and nations learn from history is not only overused, butalso overestimated; often we fail to learn from history, or draw the wrongconclusions. Sadly, historical amnesia is the norm.We are two-and-a-half generations removed from the horrors of Nazi Germany,although constant reminders jog the consciousness. German and Italian fascismform the historical models that define this twisted political worldview. Althoughthey no longer exist, this worldview and the characteristics of these modelshave been imitated by protofascist regimes at various times in the twentiethcentury. Both the original German and Italian models and the later protofascistregimes show remarkably similar characteristics. Although many scholarsquestion any direct connection among these regimes, few can dispute theirvisual similarities.Beyond the visual, even a cursory study of these fascist and protofascistregimes reveals the absolutely striking convergence of their modus operandi.This, of course, is not a revelation to the informed political observer, but it issometimes useful in the interests of perspective to restate obvious facts and inso doing shed needed light on current circumstances.For the purpose of this perspective, I will consider the following regimes: NaziGermany, Fascist Italy, Franco’s Spain, Salazar’s Portugal, Papadopoulos’sGreece, Pinochet’s Chile, and Suharto’s Indonesia. To be sure, they constitute amixed bag of national identities, cultures, developmental levels, and history.But they all followed the fascist or protofascist model in obtaining, expanding,and maintaining power. Further, all these regimes have been overthrown, so amore or less complete picture of their basic characteristics and abuses ispossible.Analysis of these seven regimes reveals fourteen common threads that linkthem in recognizable patterns of national behavior and abuse of power. Thesebasic characteristics are more prevalent and intense in some regimes than inothers, but they all share at least some level of similarity.1. Powerful and continuing expressions of nationalism. From the prominentdisplays of flags and bunting to the ubiquitous lapel pins, the fervor to showpatriotic nationalism, both on the part of the regime itself and of citizenscaught up in its frenzy, was always obvious. Catchy slogans, pride in themilitary, and demands for unity were common themes in expressing thisnationalism. It was usually coupled with a suspicion of things foreign that oftenbordered on xenophobia.2. Disdain for the importance of human rights. The regimes themselves viewed
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