Radical Agenda S05E062 – The Joke’s on Jew
Writing at Quartz, Klaus Meyer pens a piece of comedic fiction parading as a plan for stopping a fascist takeover, based on what he says are lessons from the Nazi Party’s rise to power. Given his name, and the publication for which he was writing, you might be less than surprised to find out that he did not for one second pause to think about why the NSDAP actually enjoyed popular support before and during their governance of Germany.
Instead, Meyer spins a rather uninteresting tale about a multiparty coalition forming in the small German state of Braunschweig. Humorously, Meyer laments Hitler being granted German citizenship by his allies in that coalition, which ultimately facilitated his rise to Chancellor.
That would be a lesson worth learning for the Left indeed, be more cautious about who you grant citizenship to.
Unsurprisingly, this is not the lesson Meyer wishes the reader to take with them.
Instead, the lessons to be learned, claims Meyer, are as follows;
For voters, be informed and engaged. And steer clear from political groups that are not committed to democratic processes or have racially motivated agendas.
For politicians, sharing power with extremists in your own party, or in other parties, is dangerous. Politicians of the center-left and center-right may see each other as historical opponents, but they should be allied in fighting extremists on either side.
The lesson he hopes for voters to take away is contradictory on its face. One cannot “steer clear” of groups that have “racially motivated agendas” and simultaneously be informed and engaged. He is literally telling them to remain ignorant of people who confess the racial motivations for their agendas, and to disengage from people who openly state such motivations. If groups with racially motivated agendas are attempting to participate in the political process, then trying to stifle them by means other than winning the debate, is contrary to the democratic process Meyer feigns to place such high value upon.
Of course, one doubts Klaus has written many condemnations of the Black Lives Matter movement. A cursory DuckDuckGo search turns up nothing of the sort. Equally lacking is any critique of Zionism, predictably. It would thus appear that some racially motivated agendas are more worthy of condemnation than others, in the view of Mr. Meyer.
Not that this is unusual, obviously.
His warning to politicians is equally humorous. He warns of sharing power with extremists within one’s own party, or in other parties. This, again, would be advice worth heeding, for the Democrats. Their open embrace of extremists within their ranks is the stuff of legends. Then there’s that Democratic Socialist Jew from Vermont who might well be their Presidential nominee. He just announced that he would “go to war” against “racism” in America, going so far as to remind everybody that he thinks every inequality which emerges along racial lines is racism, and will thus be subjected to every dictatorial power he convinces himself he can seize in this pursuit. The Leftist love affair with violent Antifa communists is particularly noteworthy, given the mayhem they waged on camera over the weekend.
These sort of things are precisely what necessitate the rise of authoritarian regimes, thereby facilitating them.
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