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Mark 3:24 "And if a kingdom be divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand."

More Fear than Hitler Had

 

February 9, 2021 … Lou Caverly

       

        According to recent reports, the barbed wire fence around the U.S. Capitol could become a permanent fixture.  It was put up to guard, allegedly, against a repeat incursion by protesters following the “attack” of January 6 on the Capitol by citizens angry about the election results.   It was also supposed to protect the January 20 Inauguration of Joe Biden.  Of course, no such disturbances occurred when Biden was sworn in, and none has come since then.  So, what is the purpose of the “fortifications”?  Could it be that Nancy Pelosi and the Deep State are actually afraid of the people?  Or, is there a more sinister purpose?

        The leaders of Nazi Germany felt no need to keep the people away from them.  They staged huge rallies, both before and after they came to power.  The Nuremburg Party Rallies were attended by enormous crowds, yet no unusual security was provided.  Hitler was popular enough that he marched down the center of the field, not concerned about a possible attack.  There was no fence, let alone barbed wire, at these events.  Perhaps the U.S. Congress does not even have the faith in the people that Adolf Hitler possessed.

        What the Nazi leaders did demonstrate was an ability to outfox their opponents.  The attack on the U.S. Capitol Building has sometimes been compared to the Reichstag Fire of 1933.  While the fire was still burning, the Nazis decided this was a perfect opportunity to blame their political rivals, the communists.   Many communist Reichstag member were quickly arrested, giving the Nazis a clear majority in the German parliament.  Hitler also convinced the elderly President, Paul von Hindenburg, to suspend certain provisions of the German Constitution.   In Germany, 1933, the decree “For the Protection of the People and the State” suspended the seven sections of the constitution which guaranteed individual and civil liberties.  Years later at a luncheon, Goering slapped his thigh and shouted, “The only one who really knows about the Reichstag is I, because I set it on fire!”  Retarded communist Dutchman Marinus van der Lubbe was selected as the patsy for setting the fire.  At the Capitol in 2021, Antifa and BLM, bused in, got off scot free, blaming only the Trumpers.

        A permanent “barbed wire fence” around the U.S. Capitol?  Next, concentration camps for Trumpers?  Will 80 million furious Americans who saw their legal votes for Trump demolished by mail-in ballots and Dominion voter fraud stand for full-fledged tyranny on a Nazi scale?  We have heard of a horrifying report of a sheriff in Washington state who bodily removed a woman in a hospital when she refused to accept a COVID-19 test.  He took her to a COVID center where she was then administered the test.

        Is it possible for the Biden regime to succeed here in 2021 with HR 127 and ultimately confiscate the guns of American citizens?  With millions of gun-owners in America, that hardly seems likely.  I have always told Elizabeth my opinion that, with all the hills and valleys in rural America, the would-be gun grabbers trying to take away our Bill of Rights might face a guerilla war that went on for decades. 

        Following the Capitol incursion, the major news media and many Democrats have lost no time in trying to make political hay out of the situation.  They have played the same game as the Nazis, equating a few over-zealous protesters with all Republicans.  Nancy Pelosi has been a master at this kind of technique.  Republicans have been put on the defensive.  We can’t help but feel that this is a cold, calculated ploy to grab more power.  It fits the oft-quoted adage, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”  So far, it has probably worked, at least for Democrat voters.

        Could it be, also, that the new Biden regime is genuinely afraid of the people?  Only after Germany invaded Russia did Hitler feel the need for a well-guarded, ultra-secure command post, the Wolfsschanze (“Wolf’s Lair”) in the forest of East Prussia (now Poland).  It was built with massive concrete walls.  Yet even this was intended chiefly to protect from enemy bombing or raids, not as protection from their fellow-Germans.  Hitler still felt comfortable, as numerous photographs taken late in the war show, in mixing with the common people.  Perhaps Biden, Pelosi and others in the new regime have no such confidence.

 

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