Saturday, July 13, 2013

How Do You Kill 11 Million People?

Video Description:
This whiteboard animation shows what happened when Hitler lied to get elected and people don't care or pay attention to the lies of their leaders, until they do care...and at that point, it is too late. Parts of this video are narrated by a man who served as a German soldier and a German woman who lived right by the railroad tracks the cattle trains ran on that carried the Jews to their deaths.



Loneranger said...

Hitler had his law makers to do this. His supreme court to rule laws constitutional and his police to enforce said constitutional laws. Each variance from the true meaning of their constitution set a precedence opening yet another door to craft more unconstitutional laws. Where the people made their mistake was they thought it was only for criminals. Ones that were a threat to them and their children. They never once thought that these laws could be applied to whoever the government thought deserving. They systematically stripped the German people of their rights and protections. Slowly making laws that set precedence. If one law that violates a protection afforded by the constitution is passed and labeled regulatory and civil no mater how good intending it sounds because really these people affected are just criminals and we really don't like them anyway. It opens the door. Sets precedence as it was ok to violate the constitution to achieve the goal. However now the rational to do this has been accepted leaving that part of the constitution null and void for all. Hitler and his politicians made such laws. They were only regulatory and civil so the constitution didn't apply to Jews or handicapped or blacks,homosexuals and sex offenders. The list expanded to include many more. But it was all leagle as they worked the system of setting precedence. this took years of manipulating.The Us is going down this same road as it practices registering sex offenders and tracking them. They have skirted the constitution by calling this regulatory and civil. We have a president that has made it clear the constitution in his opinion is an out dated piece of worthless paper. But we go on and no one is willing to look at the big picture as really we don't like these people anyway. It's not the sex offenders that are the real problem here its the sidestepping of the constitution by the supreme court. the very same thing that Hitler covertly promoted by crafting the very same kind of laws that skirted the constitution leaving an open door. The German people may not have liked how things were going. I'm sure if they thought they could stop it many would have at least tried. I'm sure some did try but were caught up in this as well and then sent to the same camps as the jews and put to death. Why? It was the law. Their government using loopholes that they created made it that way. My question to whoever might be reading this is this. Are we willing to allow our government to continue to make laws that do this and open ourselves up to Hitler's world? Or maybe look at the larger picture and demand that the constitution never be skirted to produce laws that at some point can come back to bite everyone. Right now we have already set the stage. We have allowed the supreme court to circumvent the constitution by ruling registration to be regulatory. However they have never revisited this loophole after more and more has been added to it over the years. This regulatory law has been manipulated to the point where armed men in black kick in doors to check to see if these people are in compliance. Drag them off to prison if they can and continue as if this is normal. Can anyone else see a problem with this picture? Have we set the same precedence that Hitler's tugs in their government did? Will this same scheme be used in other ways? Keep silent and find out. Never say anything to help someone you don't like as the government has told you not to or they are a danger to your children. Frankly the government is more of a danger to your children then you can imagine. And it's leagle.

Daver said...

Unfortunately I think it is too late.