Post by Breezy Eason Post by Rhino Post by Breezy Eason Post by FPP Post by trotsky Post by RichA
CNN with HUGE BLOCK LETTERS: "TERROR IN VA: 3 DEAD ON DAY OF WHITE
NATIONALIST RALLY" Well, 2 who died where cops whose helicopter
Right wing kills 30 years on: 500
Muslim fanatic kills 30 years on: 1 million+
Can you tell me just what the fuck "Right wing kills 30 years on 500" is
supposed to mean? That doesn't even sound like English. Did you
inherit your buddy Rob Ford's crack supply?
Whatever you do, don't go back a hundred years... that'd really screw
your statistics. Hell, WWII alone would do that.
"I prefer someone who burns the flag and then wraps themselves up in the
Constitution over someone who burns the Constitution and then wraps
themselves up in the flag." -Molly Ivins
Hitler was the leader of the NATIONAL SOCIALIST GERMAN WORKERS PARTY ... came to power in 1933 by uniting with the Communist Party
You really need to read a history book. Look into what happened to the
leaders of the German Communist Party in 1933. The ones that weren't
arrested or killed fled to the Soviet Union and lived there in exile
until Hitler was finally eliminated.
You don't help your credibility by being completely and utterly wrong
about easily verified facts.
Post by Breezy Eason
... then Eliminating Democracy and Individual Rights ... Killing or Eliminating the power of Religious Leaders ... Forced out the Rich people and Corporations ... >many of those were Jews ... Taking over All the Banks.
Does that sound to your little Feeble brain like a Republican or Conservative Government? ... more like a Socialist-Communist Government to most people with an IQ above 75!
the National Socialist German Workers Party got only 33% of the vote ... they had to unite with the Communist Party who got 16% of the vote to form a Majority Government ... I know my history very well ... Sorry to Expose your Ignorance!
The Nazis indeed needed to form a coalition with another party but it
was NOT the Communists, it was the (Catholic) Centre Party.
The Nazis let Franz von Papen *of the Centre Party* have the
Vice-Chancellor's job and he thought he could "manage" Hitler and keep
him in line. He was very *very* wrong.
Let's see what happened to Ernst Thalmann, the leader of the (German)
Communist Party shall we?
Hmm. "He was arrested by the Gestapo in 1933 and held in solitary
confinement for eleven years, before being shot in Buchenwald on Adolf
Hitler's orders in 1944."
And what about Walter Ulbricht, the man who took over leadership of the
Communist Party and ruled East Germany for many years after the war? How
did he spend the years from 1933 onwards?
The Nazi Party attained power in Germany in January 1933, and very
quickly began a purge of Communist and Social Democrat leaders in
Germany. Following the arrest of the KPD's leader, Ernst Thälmann,
Ulbricht campaigned to be Thälmann's replacement as head of the Party.
Many competitors for the leadership were killed in the Soviet Union
because of Ulbricht.[better source needed]
Ulbricht lived in exile in Paris and Prague from 1933 to 1937. The
German Popular Front under the leadership of Heinrich Mann in Paris was
dissolved after a campaign of behind-the-scenes jockeying by Ulbricht to
place the organization under the control of the Comintern. Ulbricht
tried to persuade the KPD founder Willi Münzenberg to go to the Soviet
Union, allegedly so that Ulbricht could have "them take care of him".
Münzenberg refused. He would have been in jeopardy of arrest and purge
by the NKVD, a prospect in both Münzenberg's and Ulbricht's minds.
Ulbricht spent some time in Spain during the Civil War, as a Comintern
representative, ensuring the liquidation of Germans serving on the
Republican side who were regarded as not sufficiently loyal to Soviet
leader Joseph Stalin; some were sent to Moscow for trial, others were
executed on the spot.[better source needed] Ulbricht lived in the
Soviet Union from 1937 to 1945, leaving from Hotel Lux to return to
Germany on 30 April 1945.[better source needed]
At the time of the signing of the German-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact,
Ulbricht and the rest of the German Communist Party supported the treaty.
Following the German invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941, Ulbricht
was active in a group of German communists under NKVD supervision (a
group including, among others, the poet Erich Weinert and the writer
Willi Bredel) which, among other things, translated propaganda material
into German, prepared broadcasts directed at the invaders, and
interrogated captured German officers. In February 1943, following the
surrender of the German Sixth Army at the close of the Battle of
Stalingrad, Ulbricht, Weinert and Wilhelm Pieck conducted a Communist
political rally in the center of Stalingrad which many German prisoners
were forced to attend. The NKVD head Lavrenty Beria described Ulbricht
as "the greatest idiot that he had ever seen".
So out of the two key leaders of the German Communist Party, one was
arrested and executed and the other went into exile, mostly in the
Soviet Union. You say the Communists united with the Nazis in 1933.
Wikipedia - and every history book ever - says differently.
Face it, man, you've confused the Centre Party with the Communist Party.
It's that simple.