Of course Hitler said it: it was his entire shtick #MAGA

Posted: September 15, 2019 in -
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There are a lot of delusional Trumptards in this shithole nation.

Adolf Hitler once said he wanted to ‘Make Germany Great Again’

 

And again, in 1940, the St Louis Star and Times included a speech Hitler made, where he said:

Nationalism and Socialism had to be redefined and they had to be blended into one strong new idea to carry new strength which would make Germany great again.

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The Trump idiots don’t seem to comprehend that Hitler DID make Germany “great” again, great enough to invade and attack all of Europe! They don’t seem to have any concept of history; it’s all right-wing talking point propaganda. That’s all that fits in their little minds.

The difference between Trump and Hitler is significant, as Trump rejects Socialism as that would be a way of helping the majority with government programs. He does the opposite and only helps the rich by slashing government programs designed to help the rest.

Trump’s similarities to the fascists are quite important too, as he deliberately divides people along class and racial/ethnic lines to create scapegoats for the country’s problems, when the real problems of this nation stem from limitless CORRUPTION by the billionaires. It’s a plutocracy, run by the rich, or an oligarchy, run by a group of elite industrialists who install and bribe the politicians.

Trump’s fascist tendencies are numerous and obvious if you’re not one of the regulars at his Nazi-styled hate rallies. No other American Presidents toured the country after they were elected riling up the rabble in show after show. That’s a Hitler stunt. He’s a dangerous, potentially psychotic asshole.

“You see, we’ve seen what these rhetorical techniques can do. Much of Trump’s rhetoric—as a candidate and in office—mirrors the strategies, even the language, used by Adolf Hitler in the early 1930s to erode German democracy.”

Trump is copying Hitler’s early rhetoric and policies in 20 different ways

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