Posted by Tina
President Trump has been labeled a “Nazi” and compared, without evidence, “Hitler.”
The left knows no bounds in it’s commitment to destroy it’s “enemies,” quote Barack Obama in 2007 who said in a radio interview aimed at Latino’s in LA:
If Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, ‘Were going to punish our enemies and were gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us,’ if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think its going to be harder, and that’s why I think its so important that people focus on voting on November 2.
It’s a short hop from “enemy” to “Hitler” for the left. But how accurate are these emotion driven outbursts? What in Trumps behavior resembles that of Hitler in reality? In my experience, nothing. Challenge me, I dare you.
There are examples of people and groups behaving like Hitler and inevitably they are tied to the left. A writer at The American Thinker sees a direct comparison to Hitler in the environmental movement:
In “The Nazi Roots of the Global Warming Scare” by Kerry Jackson in Investor’s Business Daily, Rupert Darwall, author of Green Tyranny, is quoted as having stated, in an interview with Encounter Books, “If you look at what the Nazis were doing in the 1930s, in their environmental policies, virtually every theme you see in the modern environmental movement, the Nazis were doing[.]”
Among those themes common to the modern environmental movement and the 1930s Nazis was “climate change.” In “The Nazi Origins of Renewable Energy (and Global Warming),” David Archibald wrote that the first German-language article (perhaps the first political article) on “human-caused climate change” was created in 1941 by Hermann Flohn, a scientist for the German Meteorological Service who became the chief meteorologist for the Luftwaffe High Command. The title of that article translates as “The Activity of Man as a Climate Factor.”
That is just the tip of this “common theme” iceberg. In order to pursue their stated goal of “preventing harm to the environment,” Hitler’s Third Reich passed the Reichsnaturschutzgesetz (Reich Nature Protection Law) in 1933. According to Duncan Bayne in “How to Spot a Nazi,” the purpose of this act was to increase control over the German populace by requiring that decisions on how a person could use his property be first approved by the Reich. Sound familiar? …
… Providing support for that insight, the campaigns of the Nazis of the 1930s and the liberal Democrats of today are both based on the contention that not putting their political party in charge of humankind’s relationship to planet Earth …
… What’s an alternative to this “put us in charge or we’re all going to die” madness? The U.S. solution: Give people the freedom to recognize problems, environmental as well as otherwise, and address those problems with practical rather than political solutions. That pits us against our problems rather than against each other.
Synergies made possible by free enterprise and free elections in the U.S. have solved more problems, environmental, economic, and political, and have sustained more freedoms in the process, than any “put us in charge or else” regimes anywhere on the planet.
I watched a video this morning in which an African man decried the fact that the environmental movement is discouraging modern development that would save lives and create better living conditions for African people. If I were a lefty I wouldn’t feel so smug about the my way or the highway approach they have to everything, including the environment. They never seem to consider the negative aspects of their severe, punishing “solution.”
I ask again, what has President Trump done that in any way resembles Hitler or the Nazi movement? A better question emerges…what can we point to in the Democrat Party that closely mirrors the activities if Hitler and the Nazi’s?
Nazi’s targeted and labeled Jews as “the enemy.” Nazi’s used gun control and environmental concerns to control the people. Who does that today. White men, gun owners, industry and republicans are today the “enemy.” Sheesh…it’s so obvious!
Gotta run, going out of town today. Ya’ll have fun.