Indiana treasurer Richard Mourdock warned that the failing economy is pushing the country the way of Nazi Germany
History teaches great lessons and the one of the greatest lessons to learn is that human nature never changes.
Scripture declares it:
“What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun” – Ecclesiastes 1:9
America’s Founders understood this, which is why they created a Republic with divided Government containing a system of checks and balances intended to LIMIT government and prevent it from becoming a TYRANNY – which human nature teaches is an assured fate. The Founders considered human nature and history and understood that Ecclesiastes was gospel truth and warned the American people repeatedly that they needed to be vigilant in safeguarding their liberties.
But today – this people will be destroyed for a lack of knowledge. It no longer considers the lessons of history. A lifetime of peace and plenty, incredible technology and wealth, the American people, thinking themselves wise, have become fools by accepting the beguiling of the Secular Left and have rested in the false comfort that history and human nature no longer applies.
Most Americans, indeed even most in the Republican Party whom I read, are lecturing themselves that electing more Republicans will restore the Constitution and we will be saved from disaster and the tyranny now being installed that is staring us in the face. They are not even paying attention to what is being SAID and DONE that negates their false hopes. They are not even CONSIDERING the possibility that we already have a defacto dictatorship under Obama.
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I contend most Americans have a fatal case of Normalcy Bias.
But scripture and what the Foundners warned us because of their understanding of history and human nature stands in truth and cannot be shaken.
When anyone in a position of influence or political power states a similar warning, watch how they are immediately impugned, castigated and laughed at:
“The people of Germany in a free election selected the Nazi party because they made great promises that appealed to them because they were desperate and destitute. And why is that? Because Germany was bankrupt,” Mourdock said to a crowd gathered at the Indiana Republican Convention on Saturday.
In the 1930’s during the Great Depression and under the pressure of the Treaty of Versailles, the National Socialist Party showered the poor with bread and put millions of unemployed to work with government programs before leading the entire world into war.
“Over the next several years, every time a program began to fall apart, Mr. Hitler’s party was very, very good at dividing Germany by pointing to this group or that group,” Mourdock continued. “First they went after their political opponents. Then they went after the aristocrats. Then they went after the trade unionists. And ultimately, of course, they went after the Jews. They deprived them of their property, their rights, their citizenship, and for millions their humanity. Because they were bankrupt!”
And immediately here come the fools screaming in outrage that such a warning should even be made:
“We are extremely disappointed to learn that Treasurer Mourdock chose to invoke the rise of Hitler and the heinous acts of the Nazis in comparison to America’s national debt,” said Shelby Anderson, president of the Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council. “Such comparisons are highly offensive and trivialize both the suffering and memory of the six million Jews and millions of others who perished under the Nazi regime.”
“[It’s] deplorable to suggest that a nation in debt is somehow one step away from perpetrating crimes reminiscent of Nazi Germany,” vice president of the council Stephen Klapper added.
What is even more deplorable, is that this very same religious block nearly unanimously supports the MarxoFascists under Obama and the Democrats. That they choose to ignore the lessons that their own relatives and people suffered just 70 years ago, when the signs of warning are all around them, is an abject lesson in sheep being led off a cliff.