Americans – Like Nazi Germans – Don’t Notice that All of Our Rights Are Slipping Away

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Americans Are Acting Like Slowly Boiling Frogs

In the classic history of Nazi Germany, They Thought They Were Free, Milton Mayer writes:

“What happened here was the gradual habituation of the people, little by little, to being governed by surprise; to receiving decisions deliberated in secret; to believing that the situation was so complicated that the government had to act on information which the people could not understand, or so dangerous that, even if the people could not understand it, it could not be released because of national security. And their sense of identification with Hitler, their trust in him, made it easier to widen this gap and reassured those who would otherwise have worried about it.

“This separation of government from people, this widening of the gap, took place so gradually and so insensibly, each step disguised (perhaps not even intentionally) as a temporary emergency measure or associated with true patriotic allegiance or with real social purposes. And all the crises and reforms (real reforms, too) so occupied the people that they did not see the slow motion underneath, of the whole process of government growing remoter and remoter.

The German citizens were boiling frogs … the water heating up so gradually that they didn’t realize they had to jump out of the pot to safety.

Because the exact same thing is happening to Americans (fear of terror makes people stupid no matter what country they live in), let’s remember exactly what we’ve lost in recent years … by Anthony Freda:

First Amendment

The 1st Amendment protects speech, religion, assembly and the press:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

However, the government is arresting those speaking out … and violently crushing peaceful assemblies which attempt to petition the government for redress.

A federal judge found that the law allowing indefinite detention of Americans without due process has a “chilling effect” on free speech. And see this and this.

There are also enacted laws allowing the secret service to arrest anyone protesting near the president or other designated folks (that might explain incidents like this).

The threat of being labeled a terrorist for exercising our First Amendment rights certainly violates the First Amendment. The government is using laws to crush dissent, and it’s gotten so bad that even U.S. Supreme Court justices are saying that we are descending into tyranny.

For example, the following actions may get an American citizen living on U.S. soil labeled as a “suspected terrorist” today:

And holding the following beliefs may also be considered grounds for suspected terrorism:

Of course, Muslims are more or less subject to a separate system of justice in America.

And 1st Amendment rights are especially chilled when power has become so concentrated that the same agency which spies on all Americans also decides who should be assassinated.

Second Amendment

The 2nd Amendment states:

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

Gun control and gun rights advocates obviously have very different views about whether guns are a force for violence or for good.

But even a top liberal Constitutional law expert reluctantly admits that the right to own a gun is as important a Constitutional right as freedom of speech or religion:

Like many academics, I was happy to blissfully ignore the Second Amendment. It did not fit neatly into my socially liberal agenda.


It is hard to read the Second Amendment and not honestly conclude that the Framers intended gun ownership to be an individual right. It is true that the amendment begins with a reference to militias: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Accordingly, it is argued, this amendment protects the right of the militia to bear arms, not the individual.

Yet, if true, the Second Amendment would be effectively declared a defunct provision. The National Guard is not a true militia in the sense of the Second Amendment and, since the District and others believe governments can ban guns entirely, the Second Amendment would be read out of existence.


More important, the mere reference to a purpose of the Second Amendment does not alter the fact that an individual right is created. The right of the people to keep and bear arms is stated in the same way as the right to free speech or free press. The statement of a purpose was intended to reaffirm the power of the states and the people against the central government. At the time, many feared the federal government and its national army. Gun ownership was viewed as a deterrent against abuse by the government, which would be less likely to mess with a well-armed populace.

Considering the Framers and their own traditions of hunting and self-defense, it is clear that they would have viewed such ownership as an individual right — consistent with the plain meaning of the amendment.

None of this is easy for someone raised to believe that the Second Amendment was the dividing line between the enlightenment and the dark ages of American culture. Yet, it is time to honestly reconsider this amendment and admit that … here’s the really hard part … the NRA may have been right. This does not mean that Charlton Heston is the new Rosa Parks or that no restrictions can be placed on gun ownership. But it does appear that gun ownership was made a protected right by the Framers and, while we might not celebrate it, it is time that we recognize it.

The gun control debate – including which weapons and magazines are banned – is still in flux …

Third Amendment

The 3rd Amendment prohibits the government forcing people to house soldiers:

No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.

Hey … we’re still honoring one of the Amendments! Score one for We the People!

 In America, Journalists Are Considered Terrorists
Painting by Anthony Freda:

Fourth Amendment

The 4th Amendment prevents unlawful search and seizure:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

But the government is flying drones over the American homeland to spy on us.

Senator Rand Paul correctly notes:

The domestic use of drones to spy on Americans clearly violates the Fourth Amendment and limits our rights to personal privacy.

Paul introduced a bill to “protect individual privacy against unwarranted governmental intrusion through the use of unmanned aerial vehicles commonly called drones.”

Emptywheel notes in a post entitled “The OTHER Assault on the Fourth Amendment in the NDAA? Drones at Your Airport?”:


As the map above makes clear–taken from this 2010 report–DOD [the Department of Defense] plans to have drones all over the country by 2015.

Many police departments are also using drones to spy on us. As the Hill reported:

At least 13 state and local police agencies around the country have used drones in the field or in training, according to the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, an industry trade group. The Federal Aviation Administration has predicted that by the end of the decade, 30,000 commercial and government drones could be flying over U.S. skies.


“Drones should only be used if subject to a powerful framework that regulates their use in order to avoid abuse and invasions of privacy,” Chris Calabrese, a legislative counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union, said during a congressional forum in Texas last month.

He argued police should only fly drones over private property if they have a warrant, information collected with drones should be promptly destroyed when it’s no longer needed and domestic drones should not carry any weapons.

He argued that drones pose a more serious threat to privacy than helicopters because they are cheaper to use and can hover in the sky for longer periods of time.

A congressional report earlier this year predicted that drones could soon be equipped with technologies to identify faces or track people based on their height, age, gender and skin color.

Even without drones, Americans are the most spied on people in world history:

The American government is collecting and storing virtually every phone call, purchases, email, text message, internet searches, social media communications, health information, employment history, travel and student records, and virtually all other information of every American. [And see this.]

Some also claim that the government is also using facial recognition software and surveillance cameras to track where everyone is going. Moreover, cell towers track where your phone is at any moment, and the major cell carriers, including Verizon and AT&T, responded to at least 1.3 million law enforcement requests for cell phone locations and other data in 2011. (And – given that your smartphone routinely sends your location information back to Apple or Google – it would be child’s play for the government to track your location that way.) Your iPhone, or other brand of smartphone is spying on virtually everything you do (ProPublica notes: “That’s No Phone. That’s My Tracker“).

As the top spy chief at the U.S. National Security Agency explained this week, the American government is collecting some 100 billion 1,000-character emails per day, and 20 trillion communications of all types per year.

He says that the government has collected all of the communications of congressional leaders, generals and everyone else in the U.S. for the last 10 years.

He further explains that he set up the NSA’s system so that all of the information would automatically be encrypted, so that the government had to obtain a search warrant based upon probably cause before a particular suspect’s communications could be decrypted. [He specifically did this to comply with the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition against unreasonable search and seizure.] But the NSA now collects all data in an unencrypted form, so that no probable cause is needed to view any citizen’s information. He says that it is actually cheaper and easier to store the data in an encrypted format: so the government’s current system is being done for political – not practical – purposes.

He says that if anyone gets on the government’s “enemies list”, then the stored information will be used to target them. Specifically, he notes that if the government decides it doesn’t like someone, it analyzes all of the data it has collected on that person and his or her associates over the last 10 years to build a case against him.

Wired reports:

Transit authorities in cities across the country are quietly installing microphone-enabled surveillance systems on public buses that would give them the ability to record and store private conversations….

The systems are being installed in San Francisco, Baltimore, and other cities with funding from the Department of Homeland Security in some cases ….

The IP audio-video systems can be accessed remotely via a built-in web server (.pdf), and can be combined with GPS data to track the movement of buses and passengers throughout the city.


The systems use cables or WiFi to pair audio conversations with camera images in order to produce synchronous recordings. Audio and video can be monitored in real-time, but are also stored onboard in blackbox-like devices, generally for 30 days, for later retrieval. Four to six cameras with mics are generally installed throughout a bus, including one near the driver and one on the exterior of the bus.


Privacy and security expert Ashkan Soltani told the Daily that the audio could easily be coupled with facial recognition systems or audio recognition technology to identify passengers caught on the recordings.

RT notes:

Street lights that can spy installed in some American cities

America welcomes a new brand of smart street lightning systems: energy-efficient, long-lasting, complete with LED screens to show ads. They can also spy on citizens in a way George Orwell would not have imagined in his worst nightmare.

­With a price tag of $3,000+ apiece, according to an ABC report, the street lights are now being rolled out in Detroit, Chicago and Pittsburgh, and may soon mushroom all across the country.

Part of the Intellistreets systems made by the company Illuminating Concepts, they have a number of “homeland security applications” attached.

Each has a microprocessor “essentially similar to an iPhone,” capable of wireless communication. Each can capture images and count people for the police through a digital camera, record conversations of passers-by and even give voice commands thanks to a built-in speaker.

Ron Harwood, president and founder of Illuminating Concepts, says he eyed the creation of such a system after the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the Hurricane Katrina disaster. He is “working with Homeland Security” to deliver his dream of making people “more informed and safer.”

Fox news notes that the government is insisting that “black boxes” be installed in cars to track your location.

The TSA has moved way past airports, trains and sports stadiums, and is deploying mobile scanners to spy on people all over the place. This means that traveling within the United States is no longer a private affair. (And they’re probably bluffing, but the Department of Homeland Security claims they will soon be able to know your adrenaline level, what you ate for breakfast and what you’re thinking … from 164 feet away.)

And Verizon has applied for a patent that would allow your television to track what you are doing, who you are with, what objects you’re holding, and what type of mood you’re in. Given Verizon and other major carriers responded to at least 1.3 million law enforcement requests for cell phone locations and other data in 2011, such information would not be kept private. (And some folks could be spying on you through your tv using existing technology.)

Of course, widespread spying on Americans began before 9/11 (confirmed here and here. And see this). So the whole “post-9/11 reality” argument falls flat.

And the spying isn’t being done to keep us safe … but to crush dissent and to smear people who uncover unflattering this about the government … and to help the too big to fail businesses compete against smaller businesses (and here).

In addition, the ACLU published a map in 2006 showing that nearly two-thirds of the American public – 197.4 million people – live within a “constitution-free zone” within 100 miles of land and coastal borders:

The ACLU explained:

  • Normally under the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, the American people are not generally subject to random and arbitrary stops and searches.
  • The border, however, has always been an exception. There, the longstanding view is that the normal rules do not apply. For example the authorities do not need a warrant or probable cause to conduct a “routine search.”
  • But what is “the border”? According to the government, it is a 100-mile wide strip that wraps around the “external boundary” of the United States.
  • As a result of this claimed authority, individuals who are far away from the border, American citizens traveling from one place in America to another, are being stopped and harassed in ways that our Constitution does not permit.
  • Border Patrol has been setting up checkpoints inland — on highways in states such as California, Texas and Arizona, and at ferry terminals in Washington State. Typically, the agents ask drivers and passengers about their citizenship. Unfortunately, our courts so far have permitted these kinds of checkpoints – legally speaking, they are “administrative” stops that are permitted only for the specific purpose of protecting the nation’s borders. They cannot become general drug-search or other law enforcement efforts.
  • However, these stops by Border Patrol agents are not remaining confined to that border security purpose. On the roads of California and elsewhere in the nation – places far removed from the actual border – agents are stopping, interrogating, and searching Americans on an everyday basis with absolutely no suspicion of wrongdoing.
  • The bottom line is that the extraordinary authorities that the government possesses at the border are spilling into regular American streets.

Computer World reports today:

Border agents don’t need probable cause and they don’t need a stinking warrant since they don’t need to prove any reasonable suspicion first. Nor, sadly, do two out of three people have First Amendment protection; it is as if DHS has voided those Constitutional amendments and protections they provide to nearly 200 million Americans.


Don’t be silly by thinking this means only if you are physically trying to cross the international border. As we saw when discussing the DEA using license plate readers and data-mining to track Americans movements, the U.S. “border” stretches out 100 miles beyond the true border. Godfather Politics added:

But wait, it gets even better! If you live anywhere in Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey or Rhode Island, DHS says the search zones encompass the entire state.

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have a “longstanding constitutional and statutory authority permitting suspicionless and warrantless searches of merchandise at the border and its functional equivalent.” This applies to electronic devices, according to the recent CLCR “Border Searches of Electronic Devices” executive summary [PDF]:

Fourth Amendment

The overall authority to conduct border searches without suspicion or warrant is clear and longstanding, and courts have not treated searches of electronic devices any differently than searches of other objects. We conclude that CBP’s and ICE’s current border search policies comply with the Fourth Amendment. We also conclude that imposing a requirement that officers have reasonable suspicion in order to conduct a border search of an electronic device would be operationally harmful without concomitant civil rights/civil liberties benefits. However, we do think that recording more information about why searches are performed would help managers and leadership supervise the use of border search authority, and this is what we recommended; CBP has agreed and has implemented this change beginning in FY2012.

First Amendment

Some critics argue that a heightened level of suspicion should be required before officers search laptop computers in order to avoid chilling First Amendment rights. However, we conclude that the laptop border searches allowed under the ICE and CBP Directives do not violate travelers’ First Amendment rights.

The ACLU said, Wait one darn minute! Hello, what happened to the Constitution? Where is the rest of CLCR report on the “policy of combing through and sometimes confiscating travelers’ laptops, cell phones, and other electronic devices—even when there is no suspicion of wrongdoing?” DHS maintains it is not violating our constitutional rights, so the ACLU said:

If it’s true that our rights are safe and that DHS is doing all the things it needs to do to safeguard them, then why won’t it show us the results of its assessment? And why would it be legitimate to keep a report about the impact of a policy on the public’s rights hidden from the very public being affected?


As ChristianPost wrote, “Your constitutional rights have been repealed in ten states. No, this isn’t a joke. It is not exaggeration or hyperbole. If you are in ten states in the United States, your some of your rights guaranteed by the Bill of Rights have been made null and void.”

The ACLU filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the entire DHS report about suspicionless and warrantless “border” searches of electronic devices. ACLU attorney Catherine Crump said “We hope to establish that the Department of Homeland Security can’t simply assert that its practices are legitimate without showing us the evidence, and to make it clear that the government’s own analyses of how our fundamental rights apply to new technologies should be openly accessible to the public for review and debate.”

Meanwhile, the EFF has tips to protect yourself and your devices against border searches. If you think you know all about it, then you might try testing your knowledge with a defending privacy at the U.S. border quiz.

Wired pointed out in 2008 that the courts have routinely upheld such constitution-free zones:

Federal agents at the border do not need any reason to search through travelers’ laptops, cell phones or digital cameras for evidence of crimes, a federal appeals court ruled Monday, extending the government’s power to look through belongings like suitcases at the border to electronics.


The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the government, finding that the so-called border exception to the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition on unreasonable searches applied not just to suitcases and papers, but also to electronics.


Travelers should be aware that anything on their mobile devices can be searched by government agents, who may also seize the devices and keep them for weeks or months. When in doubt, think about whether online storage or encryption might be tools you should use to prevent the feds from rummaging through your journal, your company’s confidential business plans or naked pictures of you and your-of-age partner in adult fun.

Paintings by Anthony Freda:

Fifth Amendment

The 5th Amendment addresses due process of law, eminent domain, double jeopardy and grand jury:

No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.

But the American government has shredded the 5th Amendment by subjecting us to indefinite detention and taking away our due process rights.

The government claims the right to assassinate or indefinitely detain any American citizen on U.S. citizen without any due process. And see this.

As such, the government is certainly depriving people of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.

There are additional corruptions of 5th Amendment rights – such as property being taken for private purposes.

The percentage of prosecutions in which a defendant is denied a grand jury is difficult to gauge, as there is so much secrecy surrounding many terrorism trials.

Protection against being tried twice for the same crime after being found innocent (“double jeopardy”) seems to be intact.

HUNG LIBERTY (NYSE)Image by William Banzai

Sixth Amendment

The 6th Amendment guarantees the right to hear the criminal charges levied against us and to be able to confront the witnesses who have testified against us, as well as speedy criminal trials, and a public defender for those who cannot hire an attorney:

In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.

Subjecting people to indefinite detention or assassination obviously violates the 6th Amendment right to a jury trial. In both cases, the defendants is “disposed of” without ever receiving a trial … and often without ever hearing the charges against them.

More and more commonly, the government prosecutes cases based upon “secret evidence” that they don’t show to the defendant … or sometimes even the judge hearing the case.

The government uses “secret evidence” to spy on Americans, prosecute leaking or terrorism charges (even against U.S. soldiers) and even assassinate people. And see this and this.

Secret witnesses are being used in some cases. And sometimes lawyers are not even allowed to read their own briefs.

Indeed, even the laws themselves are now starting to be kept secret. And it’s about to get a lot worse.

True – when defendants are afforded a jury trial – they are provided with assistance of counsel. However, the austerity caused by redistribution of wealth to the super-elite is causing severe budget cuts to the courts and the public defenders’ offices nationwide.

Moreover, there are two systems of justice in America … one for the big banks and other fatcats, and one for everyone else. The government made it official policy not to prosecute fraud, even though fraud is the main business model adopted by Wall Street. Indeed, the biggest financial crime in world history, the largest insider trading scandal of all time, illegal raiding of customer accounts and blatant financing of drug cartels and terrorists have all been committed recently without any real criminal prosecution or jail time.

On the other hand, government prosecutors are using the legal system to crush dissent and to silence whistleblowers.

And some of the nation’s most powerful judges have lost their independence … and are in bed with the powers-that-be.

Seventh Amendment

The 7th Amendment guarantees trial by jury in federal court for civil cases:

In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.

As far as we know, this right is still being respected. However – as noted above – the austerity caused by redistribution of wealth to the super-elite is causing severe budget cuts to the courts, resulting in the wheels of justice slowing down considerably.

Painting by Anthony Freda:

Eighth Amendment

The 8th Amendment prohibits cruel and unusual punishment:

Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

Indefinite detention and assassination are obviously cruel and unusual punishment.

The widespread system of torture carried out in the last 10 years – with the help of other countriesviolates the 8th Amendment. Many want to bring it back … or at least justify its past use.

While Justice Scalia disingenuously argues that torture does not constitute cruel and unusual punishment because it is meant to produce information – not punish – he’s wrong. It’s not only cruel and unusual … it is technically a form of terrorism.

And government whistleblowers are being cruelly and unusually punished with unduly harsh sentences meant to intimidate anyone else from speaking out. They are literally being treated as terrorists.

Ninth Amendment

The 9th Amendment provides that people have other rights, even if they aren’t specifically listed in the Constitution:

The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

We can debate what our inherent rights as human beings are. I believe they include the right to a level playing field, and access to safe food and water. You may disagree.

But everyone agrees that the government should not actively encourage fraud and manipulation. However, the government – through its malignant, symbiotic relation with big corporations – is interfering with our aspirations for economic freedom, safe food and water (instead of arsenic-laden, genetically engineered junk), freedom from undue health hazards such as irradiation due to government support of archaic nuclear power designs, and a level playing field (as opposed to our crony capitalist system in which the little guy has no shot due to redistribution of wealth from the middle class to the super-elite, and government support of white collar criminals).

By working hand-in-glove with giant corporations to defraud us into paying for a lower quality of life, the government is trampling our basic rights as human beings.

Tenth Amendment

The 10th Amendment provides that powers not specifically given to the Federal government are reserved to the states or individual:

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Two of the central principles of America’s Founding Fathers are:

(1) The government is created and empowered with the consent of the people


(2) Separation of powers

Today, most Americans believe that the government is threatening – rather than protecting – freedom … and that it is no longer acting with the “consent of the governed”.

And the federal government is trampling the separation of powers by stepping on the toes of the states and the people. For example, former head S&L prosecutor Bill Black – now a professor of law and economics – notes:

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the resident examiners and regional staff of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency [both] competed to weaken federal regulation and aggressively used the preemption doctrine to try to prevent state investigations of and actions against fraudulent mortgage lenders.

Indeed, the federal government is doing everything it can to stick its nose into every aspect of our lives … and act like Big Brother.

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  • Awesome work, brother: George Washington should be our first president of the new United States!

    • nveric

      I accept the nomination, being about the same size as old Geo., losing teeth, not concerned about political parties, and strive to employ many points of view.

      The simplification into two political parties will destroy the country’s essence and soul.

      Balanced diversity, while troublesome to erect and maintain, is a stable and workable system for the benefit all, not just the many or a few – this IS the reason and purpose of having government – for the benefit all and as equally as possible.

  • jo6pac

    I agree this awesome and so few see what’s coming, here’s something from Marcy from today dig down in what the this criminal govt. thinks it can do to us on Main Street. Not Fun the future.

    This is sick may be a pool should be started on the dates for different events that will take place like the start date for war with Iran, devalue of the dollar, $10.00 a gallon gas or just about everything they’re going to do to us on Main Street.
    I think I’ll pour myself a rum & ice

  • nveric

    It’s like da ja vu, all over again.

    With the 9th and 10th amendments key to the whole notion of limited government.

    But, mention limited-government, and one is labeled to a certain political position. Oh well, an endless explanation will not be given.

    Mention having a convention to propose amendments to the Constitution, and great fear arises in many people. Oh well, an endless explanation will not be given.

  • – it might be too late, already.

    • Kyle

      You’re site no work. 🙁

  • justiceday

    You left out the fact the US military is raping in epic numbers and nothing is being done. Hitler allowed the Nazi’s to rape women. If women come forward the military goes after them.

    Notice Obama will not talk about this issue at all, not even when the documentary was up for an Oscar this year.
    There is sick evidence in this site.


    • Fred

      “Hitler allowed the Nazi’s to rape women”.

      I have never heard of that. Do you have references? Are you mixing this up with the the communists encouraging red army soldiers to rape German women?

  • krauthammer

    nazi germany knew what it was up against and fought to the death; here we don’t have a clue to this neocommunist government’s next move but i’ll tell you this we are the next germans.

    • Daniel

      Thank you for this. People ought to see the pictures of Hitler with the citizens. They were happier. Hitler abolished unemployment, allowed guns, gave women incentives to have babies and more. US is becoming COmmunist Russia more like it.

    • Daniel

      Thank you for this. People ought to see the pictures of Hitler with the citizens. They were happier. Hitler abolished unemployment, allowed guns, gave women incentives to have babies and more. US is becoming COmmunist Russia more like it.

  • Killuminati

    Thank you for all you do. If more people cared like you do we would not be in the trouble we are in today.

  • Undecider

    The Nazi government, like that of the U.S., was funded by American big business and Wall Street. It’s same crew screwing us. Always has been.

  • Undecider

    The Nazi government, like that of the U.S., was funded by American big business and Wall Street. It’s same crew screwing us. Always has been.

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  • Bill

    Germans Lost NO rights, gun laws were lowered FOR Germans in 1938. But not Jews as they were enemy combatants by their OWN Declarations! Stop writing such nonsense, please.
    It was Communist Russia that stripped Christians of all rights and killed 66 million of them. We are a Marxist State in every way, run by the same people.

    ‘Hitler will have no war, but we will force it on him, not this year, but soon.’ – Jew Emil Ludwig Cohn in Les Annales, June, 1934

    “Germany is the enemy of Judaism and must be pursued with deadly hatred. The goal of Judaism of today is: the complete destruction of the nation. We demand a complete blockade of trade, the importation of raw materials stopped, and retaliation towards every German, woman and child.”
    -(Jewish professor A. Kulischer, Oct, 1937)

    “Jewish communists participated efficiently and diligently” in collectivization. It was a war against the Russian people – a war that was carried out with “a certain enthusiasm among Jews.”
    -Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winner, Gulag victim-Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

    ‘Jewish Marxists are Continuing the best traditions of Jewry.”- LENIN, Dec 1913, pg 10

    • Leftistsrnaturalyevil

      Bill, German firearms laws were not lowered for Germans. All Germans had to request permits to own guns from the police, and only members of the SD, SS, and Stelhelm groups; as well as Party Members and known supporters could actually get those permits. It was quite similar to the Communists method of “Only Party Members”.

      Interesting note, on recently reviewing the 1938 laws, was the fact they specifically outlawed the private ownership of the current military rifle of the day. That’s right, the German 98k Mauser BOLT ACTION Rifle with fixed 5rd magazine! How interesting that today across this nation politicians of the left are repeating this very thing, by trying to ban a Sporting Rifle (AR15) that looks like the current US Military M16.

      Hey and don’t forget that Lenin declared he was a Social Democrat! Hitler was a Social Democrat too! National Socialist German Workers Party.

  • Bill

    We mustn’t forget that some of Greatest Murderers of modern times were Jews

    Stalin’s Jews, YNET News Israel-Sever Plocker
    Genrikh Yagoda,” the greatest Jewish murderer of the 20th Century, was GPU’s deputy commander and founder of the NKVD. Yagoda is responsible for the deaths of at least 10 million people. His Jewish deputies established the Gulag system.
    Many Jews sold their soul to the devil of the Communist revolution and have blood on their hands for eternity.”

    ‘We have been at the bottom of not only the latest great war, but of every other major revolution in your history. Who knows what great and glorious destiny might have been yours if we had left you alone’
    -Marcus Eli Ravage, Jewish writer, Century Magazine, Feb 1928

    “The Communist Movement and ideology played an important part In Jewish life, particularly in the 1920s, 1930s and during and after World War II.
    Jews became the leading element in the legal and illegal Communist Parties..
    Jews were instructed to change their names so as “not confirm right-wing propaganda that presented Communism as an alien, Jewish conspiracy.”
    -Front cover Volume 5, 1971 Encyclopedia Judaica, published Jerusalem, Israel
    Under the entry for “Communism”:Vol. 5, page 792

  • for whom the bell tolls!

    first they but up the amo and now they are buying tanks…can you guess as to why… use against us, WE, the PEOPLE if and when we wake up and realize just what we have lost!!!!!

  • aaheart

    Ten years ago I started telling people on the internet that the NWO is moving like a crocodile so that the prey won’t notice, slowly inching toward the sheep until … SNAP!!!!

    If you have finally awakened the least little bit to the stealthy predator’s approach…take action NOW!!! Be sure you have a victory garden planted to get you through with your own food. Withdraw your support for the BEAST that is stalking you. Get water stored up, even if you must use 2 liter plastic soda bottles. Lots of it. And don’t pay taxes or get as much refunded as possible. Wipe out your credit card debt by refusing to pay it. Credit Bureau can be cleared up later, easily. Conserve, be smart, and don’t pick a fight you can’t win.

  • Rina

    “BREAKING – How to get the Government to listen to us without violence 100% GUARANTEED
    Are you upset with how this country is being run and want your voice to be heard?

    Here’s an idea: Do nothing. Sit at home and chill. Don’t go out to eat,
    don’t go to the movies, shopping, work, school, don’t drive your car,
    don’t do anything!

    Just stock up on a month’s worth of supplies, like food, medications – those regular things you’ll need – and do nothing.

    If more than half the United States does this all at the same time, can
    you imagine what would happen to the economy? Can you imagine the sort
    of response that would be triggered?

    What’s even better is that
    this isn’t violent in any way. It’s a silent message. It’s not even
    rebellion. But it will get their attention in as little as one week’s

    There have been studies made on how the country would be
    affected if just a smallpox outbreak was reported at several key
    transportation areas like JFK, O’Hare, etc.

    Think of what it
    would do – how your voice WOULD be heard if you were to DO NOTHING for
    just one week. Two weeks or even one month.

    All that’s
    necessary is to do absolutely nothing – don’t fly – don’t drive or ride a
    bus or even a subway. Don’t leave your home to go to work or shopping –
    don’t send your kids to school – don’t pay your bills – don’t do

    If you are a health care provider – a nurse or doctor
    – don’t go back to your normal duties because once you have all shut
    down and are not doing your normal activities the beast will be forced
    to send in its military personnel to staff regular civilian duties until
    they end the Country’s strike.

    But in order to bring this
    beast to its knees you will need the vast majority of people to follow
    suit. In one weeks time – just 7 days of no activity the President will
    be urging every American to go back to work and their normal activities.

    In two weeks time he will be begging you – and in one month the
    government will be in such dire strait they will be willing to listen to
    the people’s voice. All done without firing a shot or any kind of
    violence – simply unify and DO NOTHING until the beast is brought to its
    knees by your inaction.

    Pass it on! Operation Inaction Starting April 1, 2013”

    • Kyle

      That would work except Obama has over 100 executive orders he can use to send military into you’re home to force you at gun point to go to a FEMA camp just like Communist Russia where you go to the *farm* if they don’ t like you.

      Sorry but violence or organized violence is the only way to take out the beast by giving it a taste of it’s own medicine but it has to be planned or it will be nothing better then mob rule and we know how well that worked out in the French Revolution.

  • travis690

    Part of Amendments 9 and 10 is/was that government could not vote more power to itself.

    Paradoxically, when I heard about Sen. Diane Frankenfeinstein defending her stupidity from attack by Sen. Ted Cruz, I recoiled in horror. She claimed that she was not some sixth-grader that needed lectured to.

    She was right. By the time I was in sixth grade, I could read the United States Constitution. And here she is, well past the age of 18, proving time and again, every time she opens her foul mouth, that she is a functional illiterate.

    People like the illiterate senator from California are what secret courts should be for. If they vote for passage of any legislation that is not outlined as something specific they can address within the Constitution, they need to enjoy the indefinite detention of Guantanamo Bay.

    Or in her case, Alcatraz/.

  • truthoverlies


  • people are so blinded by all the rhetoric, the lies, the politics in this country everyone has lost sight of what is right and what is happening…all because of our selfish ways of behaving and working towards personal gain…when one person works towards personal gain we all lose the game…look around, take stock in what we’ve lost as a country…and try to gain back some of the character that made it a great nation…somewhere along the way we’ve lost any semblance of what is America…

    • mbrosch

      Personal gain isn’t the evil. America is simply complacent and has put too much faith in it’s government.

  • paul

    Actually The German people were not NAZI. The NAZI WERE The NAZI, that B. S.’D the German People into the future. PLEASE REPAIR YOUR TITLE, IT IS WRONGLY MISLEADING.

  • Stop the Bull

    Why is it everyone has to use such extreme headlines ? The panic headlines only serve to turn the sleeping folks away. How do you expect to inform people if they dismiss good info just from the headlines ?

  • Kyle

    Our rights being stripped seems to be an internet problem. In real life most people are either disgusted at our government or at the very least unsure yet based on the population of the internet you wouldn’t know that because anybody who dares speaks out is quickly called upon and often silenced by Nazi moderators.

    The people who tend to be more in tune of what our government is really doing tend to not use the internet as much and do research on their own. We need more people to speak out.

    I think that there is no way to avoid a blood bath to restore our freedoms. Any other way is just BSing around the issue as the government will just create *scams* to rip you off when you try to pass a peaceful resolution which will no doubt get changed thru back door deals or black mail threats.

    Our government has been corrupted since the 1900s.

  • Kyle

    We need to lock up most of our Congress in Alcatraz for life!!

  • TheBigOne

    These scare tactic headlines are turning the blind Atheists away that would otherwise stand up. I think we Conservatives are painting ourselves into a corner because of using fear to fight fear.

  • Jennifer Philips

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