The Fascist Tendencies of the U.S. Liberal Press [NY Times] to Label Trump with Nazi Comparisons!
For some time now, we have been listening or reading that Trump; who has delineated some harsh realities like ‘hold Muslim immigration UNTIL the USG figures out what to do’; is akin to Hitler in Nazi Germany. Such accusations and comparisons demonstrate how little knowledge the writers/commentators know about the history of the Weimar Republic which gave rise to Nazi Germany.
First and foremost, Trump is a very real American entrepreneur who unlike Hitler earned a massive amount of money on his own. Trump’s career in politics is an after-thought which did not motivate his rise to financial and political power. In contrast, Hitler was funded initially by the German/American industrial barons who owned Krupp Industries; Opel [General Motors]; IBM [CEO,Watson sold the information to the Nazis as to who was Jewish, Lutheran, Roma, Catholic]; the Bush family; and many other mega-businesses [including General Electric]. Interestingly enough, the so-called American liberal institutions like Stanford, Carnegie Endowment and the Rockefeller Foundation had directly and indirectly funded the Nazi studies in eugenics [enhancing desired physical/mental features] conducted by many German physicians and scientists including Dr. Joseph Mengele before and during WWII. We could see comparisons to contemporaries in American Politics who are sponsored by big corporations from the onset of their careers as political panderers.
More history: during the late 1920’s and early 1930’s, the German Jewish owner of the NY Times [the Sulzberger family] showed no desire to expose the nefarious deeds of these so-called “honorable American institutions.” Not even the American financial/legal institutions overseen by the traitorous brothers John and Allen Dulles; representing the ‘white shoe’ law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell; who were cryptically inserted into the rise and maintenance of the Nazi war machinery and their eventual preservation of post-WWII Nazi assets. Nowhere in the NY Times, before, during or after the war, was mention ever made of these insidious covert financial/legal activities of the exceedingly prominent members of the so-called, “Loyal Republican Establishment”. One might have expected that these American German Jews who owned the NYTimes [and were ashamed of their religious heritage] would investigate the truth about the impending Holocaust culminating in the massive slaughter of Jews, Christians, Poles, Slavs, homosexuals, Gypsies, and Seventh Day Adventists. Yet we know the truth about this, nothing was done.
Trump’s involvement in politics has been nothing less than courageous and inspiring considering the fact that he must listen to the absolute nonsense of an untutored media bereft of intellect and sagacity. The media has reacted in a predictably reflexive way (or directed way) denouncing any Trump statement that can be argued reduction ad absurdum. In reality, the liberal press is falling into the propaganda trap that Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels’ used: part-truths; complete distortions; and constant repetition of the big lie.
In a recent NY Times Op-Ed column, entitled “Trump’s Weimar America”[12/14/2015], written by Roger Cohen, the author reveals a major lacunae of history and judgment when he tries valiantly to strain at the discordant cords of words uttered by Trump to insinuate that Americans are approaching a fascist state. Clearly the author has never lived or witnessed the severe restrictions and limitations of fascism; otherwise he would not have been allowed to write the words of inanity that he has been prone to do. The simple point is that ‘those who live in glass houses—should not throw stones’.
It may turn out that the stones will shatter the façade of hypocrisy and ignorance that American Liberalism has spewed in the name of ‘truth’. Nothing is more dangerous than trying to describe ‘fascism’ when those people who are writing the adjectives are truly practicing the art of propaganda , which we in the intelligence community call: agitation propaganda or ‘agitprop’. It would be best if words that are being used on both sides of any argument be carefully titrated for meaning, intention and consequences.
Trump should follow that advice without restricting his right to express what he genuinely feels.
Shakespeare said it best:
“Such as we are made of; such we be.”