Republican-National Socialist comparison


naziborderGermany’s National Socialist platform had this to say about borders and immigration:

7. We demand that the state pledge itself to assure the productivity and livelihood of citizens above all others. If it is not possible to support the entire population, members of foreign nations (non citizens) are to be expelled.

8. Any further immigration of non-Germans is to be prevented. We demand that all non-Germans who have entered Germany since August 2, 1914, be forced to leave the Reich immediately.

The Republican platform of 2012 asserts: In an age of terrorism, drug cartels, human trafficking, and criminal gangs, the presence of millions of unidentified persons in this country poses grave risks to the safety and the sovereignty of the United States. Our highest priority, therefore, is to secure the rule of law both at our borders and at ports of entry.

That GOP platform further declares

The double-layered fencing on the border that was enacted by Congress in 2006, but never completed, must finally be built. … federal funding should be denied to sanctuary cities … denied to universities that provide in-state tuition to illegal aliens… we support English as the nation’s official language… 

Terrorism was virtually unknown in These States until George HW Bush invaded portions of the former Ottoman Empire in acts of undeclared war in 1992. Cartels form to traffic in precisely those drugs the US government criminalizes, precisely because that prohibition effort amounts to a subsidized marketing campaign to increase the selling price by 400% on average. Exactly the same thing was done with beer, wine and liquor from 1920 to 1932, and caused criminal gangs to flourish in every major city. Human “trafficking” may have something to do with the religious extremism which leads most Republican politicians to assume that the coercive imposition of mystical prejudices by force of law is somehow authorized by the First Amendment (it isn’t) . Working girls in nonfanatical countries such as Holland and Brazil are rarely kidnapped or “trafficked.”

By “unidentified persons” Republicans clearly mean Democratic and Libertarian voters. And yes, those are indeed a grave risk to the sovereignty of the GOP wing of the incompetent gerontocracy dominating Washington, but not to the safety of These States. So what remains after stripping away the nonsense is the GOP’s determination to use barbed wire and men with guns to keep people from fleeing ruined economies and violent dictatorships. Most of those economies were ruined and dictatorships created by the US policies of exporting prohibitionism and communist-style taxation to drive up drug prices, control foreign politicians, and provide a pretext for militarizing civilian police forces.

The Democratic platform makes the observation that unlawful crossings were at a 40-year low on their watch. Small wonder, after George W. Bush doubled state and federal asset forfeiture confiscations in 2007 and thereby precipitated the economic collapse from then through 2014. GOP property confiscations destroyed the real estate market. The same thing happened when Herbert Hoover’s Republican prohibitionist policies destroyed the economy in 1930. After Republican administrations had already cut immigration in 1921, 1924 and 1929. Mexican immigration stood at zero even before Congress in 1931 cut European immigration quotas by 90%.

So far,  following examination of 3 of Hitler’s 25 Points, the Republican party is way ahead of the Democratic party in the Nazification of These States through its immigration and “war” confiscation policies. Still, the Democratic party in its platform also endorses prohibitionism, hence drug cartels, and seeks to deport individuals for harmless preferences that violate nobody’s rights. Only the Libertarian party platform rejects entirely the borders and immigration planks drawn up for Germany’s “religious right” by Hitler in 1920. The Libertarian party also rejects the Republican and Democratic policies of collectivist and religious coercion that brought on most of America’s border and immigration problems.

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