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Fascist Pot Says Kettle Black

In Immigration, Politics, Social Issues on June 11, 2010 at 8:00 pm

Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo) (article link) is comparing Arizona to a police state. Better yet he went as far as comparing the law to Nazi Germany.

“It is absolutely reminiscent of second class status of Jews in Germany prior to World War II when they had to have their papers with them at all times and were subject to routine inspections at the suspicion of being Jewish,” Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo)

Arizona is doing what it should be doing. Enforcing a federal law!  That’s right; Arizona’s law is only mirroring federal law. Title 8 of the U.S. Code Section 1304e, Section 1306a.  Polis goes on to say he believes it’s reminiscent of Germany before the war. When Jewish Germans were required to carry their papers and identify themselves publicly. What Polis fails to note is that Nazis hated the Jews and blamed them for everything that was going wrong in the country? Not to mention the Jews were Germans, they weren’t entering the country, they lived there. And let’s not forget the Nazis didn’t just arrest people. They tortured and sent people to death camps. Now it’s easy to mistakenly assume this in both Arizona and federal laws. But only if you don’t know what Nazi fascism was.

It really doesn’t surprise me though that democrats are going as far as to compare Arizona to Nazi Germany, calling the law fascist and saying Arizona is a “police state”. Yet if only they knew their history, they would see that fascism is nowhere near what this law is, or even looks like. The left wants to hoodwink you into thinking this law is fascist. And they do it because they think we don’t know any better. Wouldn’t you say wanting to regulate media like the internet, news and so forth, sounds more like fascism and exactly like Nazi Germany?

We can’t ignore this any longer. We must stop this madness in our country. Otherwise we will end up turning into a fascist state. We have been slowly heading down that path already.  What’s scary is Germany was in the grip of the depression before Hitler took power.  Somewhat similar to our current economic climate.

Hitler offered something to everyone; work to the unemployed, prosperity to failed business people, profits to industry, social harmony and an end of class distinctions (sound familiar). On October 30, 1930, Nazi deputies marched in unison into the Reichstag and took their seats. They had no intention of cooperating with the democratic government, knowing it was to their advantage to let things get worse in Germany, thus increasing the appeal of Hitler to an ever more miserable people. I know we are not there yet, it’s just eerily similar. We now have a party in office that has no intention in fulfilling its duty to the people and our Constitution. The current administration is full of people who believe the constitution should be abolished or changed in some way or another. They may not be wearing brown shirts, but their agenda is clear! We need to make a stand in November. Let’s preserve our way of life and protect our constitution!


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