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The Final Solution

A Political Allegory


Anthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., Esq., Coif

© Copyright 2007 by Anthony J. Fejfar

It was 1993 and the Wall in East Germany was down. Karl Schmidt, had been

with the KGB since childhood. His Father had been in the Nazi SS in Nazi Germany

and had been rehabilitated into a Communist after the war. In East Germany, most of the

Communist Party was composed of former Nazi’s and their children. The called

themselves Communists to appease the Russians, but really they were still Nazis.

The KGB had a plan in place for the year 2,000 in the United States. Karl

Schmidt had first made his way to Nazi Portugal, and then to Nazi Brazil. He got fake

Brazillian papers and came to the United States with a student visa. As soon as he got to

the United States, he changed names, murdered a person who looked like him, and took

his place. He went to law school at Harvard and soon became a law school Dean.

Schmidt recruited other Bosnian and East German KGB agents and put them on

the law faculty. Soon, they were teaching Adolph Hitler’s book, Mein Kamph to the law

students without them even knowing what so going on. They told the students that

society and law and the legal profession are evil and if the students expected to succeed

they had to join a Satanic Cult. They taught the gullible students, mostly Republicans,

that the Final Solution to America’s problems was to exterminate the poor, the mentally

ill, and Spiritual Catholics, or, to at least put them in Internment Camps (Death Camps)

or in mental hospitals. The only problem was that the Spiritual Catholics were fighting
back. They seemed to have supernatural abilities, almost like Jedi Knights. This would

be a problem.