Tacky Totalitarians Topple Trump

Riefenstahl’s Triumph of the Will, 1934 Nazi rally, girls ogling Hitler, (more)

The first woman ever to win the Pulitzer prize in journalism wrote from Germany for the Ladies’ Home Journal in October 1933

But Hitler without the mass is nothing. He is pushed along from below. The frustrations he expresses surge toward a new Germany, whose device is not the black eagle but the under dog rampant. –Anne O’Hare McCormick

This fits the the most recent Rise and Fall of Republican National Socialism.(link) After George Waffen Bush’s repeat of Daddy’s (and Biden’s) looter prohibitionism wrecked the economy as usual, voters would sooner elect a yellow dog than another of God’s Own Prohibitionist fanatics. “Flame On” McCain and Sarah Palin offered to send men with guns to force women to labor at involuntary reproduction. Voters showed them the door.

Mitt Romney wants to amend the Constitution to force women to reproduce by pointing guns at doctors. His increasingly totalitarian attitude might serve as an indicator of the onset of senility.(link) Voters rejected both mystical bigots and Central Casting at the desperate GOP convention hired Donald Trump after his successful audition. (link)

The Trump position was that women should be scolded and shamed, but not imprisoned, shot or made to bleed to death by the deadly force of law. That changed as Boss Trump was pushed along from below, by a torchlight mob of televangelist-indoctrinated hillbillies. Others have noticed certain parallels…(link)

National Socialists are as quick as other socialists to accuse adversaries of whatever they are doing. Trump Derangement Syndrome was coined to describe anyone disinclined toward currish fawning in the President’s lap. The communists and socialists who had hissed at every other president–from Harding to Hoover to Harry Truman–could now be dissed as mentally ill for hissing at Trump. So how does the pussy-grabber’s hold on women compare with Hitler’s 1933 Germany?

Hitler is as anti-feminist as he is anti-Semitic, and this revolution, in the unlikely event that it should work according to specifications, will be like the Russian, like all revolutions when it comes to that, in affecting the lives of women more than the lives of men. …
Women, I had observed, formed a great part of the strength of the nationalist revival. It is a youth movement first of all, as anyone can see; but it is supported by multitudes of women. Many wives converted their husbands to Hitler. They follow him with a fanatical devotion, and give up at his behest not only cigarettes, lipstick, reducing diets, but their careers, their former ideas.

Trump’s female supporters were mainly blue-haired harridans with false teeth, underscoring a difference between German and American women, among whom the kaiser’s three K’s—Kirche, Küchen und Kinder—as the be-all and end-all of women’s interests, were uninteresting.(link

Read the original…(link)

The Democrats were surfing on the Bush asset-forfeiture Crash and Depression and could’ve elected a yellow dog in 2008. But after they lost in 2016, thanks to 4 million Libertarian spoiler votes changing electoral college outcomes in 13 states, the Democrats erased all bragging about flinging kids and brown people into the slammer over recreational drugs, and proceeded to win. If the Republican party is capable of learning it ought to imitate the LP and again back the Equal Rights Amendment, as in 1940 and 1976 and never breathe another word about bullying girls over abortion or shooting kids over plant leaves. 

America ain’t Germany… got that?

Find out the juicy details behind the mother of all economic collapses. Prohibition and The Crash–Cause and Effect in 1929 is available in two languages on Amazon Kindle, each at the cost of a pint of craft beer.

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Brazilian Sci-fi from 1926 featuring the usual beautiful daughter of a scientist touting prohibition and racial collectivism in America’s Black President 2228 by Monteiro Lobato, translated by J Henry Phillips (link)

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