North Korea & Nazi Germany
North Korea , officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK; Chosŏn'gŭl: ), is a country in East Asia, occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. Nazi Germany, also called the Third Reich, was the name for Germany from 1933 to 1945, when it was a totalitarian state ruled by Adolf Hitler and his Nazi Party (NSDAP)./5
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BBC banned from BBC has been banned in past by:. Nazi Germany. Soviet Union. Khmer Rouge. Iran. North Korea. & now…
he is bigly needy! I mean people watch the troops parade in North Korea and Nazi Germany too!
Our taxpayer money pays for these services - and we can't see what they're doing? Is this Nazi Germany? North Kor…
What other malignant narcissist LEADERS did or do that? . Stalinist Russia, Nazi Germany, Maoist China, North Korea,…
In land of the Free, people are being aggressively searched,not in North Korea nor in Nazi Germany
Last year an Australian judge was commissioned by the UN to report on atrocities committed by the government of North Korea. He reported torture and wrongful imprisonment on a large scale. At the end of his report he said " in 1936 we didn't know what was happening" (Nazi Germany). We cannot say we do not know what is happening in North Korea now. Resulting action after his report.S F A
An invitation has been sent to Kim Jong Un of North Korea to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Soviet defeat over Nazi Germany, confirms the Kremlin. Putin has extended his invitation to the North Korean leader, and it is said that this will be Kim …
Putin invites DPRK leader to Russia despite Sony accusations According to a spokesman, Russian president has extended an invitation to leader Kim Jong Un to visit "Yes, such an invitation was sent," Dmitry Peskov told reporters in a press conference. The May 9th visit would coincide with the 70th anniversary of the Soviet defeat of Nazi Germany in and would be first foreign visit since taking over leadership after his father’s passing in 2011. Russia’s announcement of the invitation came just hours before the United States’ F.B.I. said that it believes that North Korea, or DPRK, was to blame for the Pictures hack and threats following a scheduled release of the film, “Putin met a envoy in November of 2014, but this will be the first time the two top leaders of their countries will have the opportunity to meet in person. According to CCTV, Moscow wants DPRK’s cooperation in boosting natural gas exports to South Korea. Pyongyang is seeking support from Russia against international criticism over a ...
North Korea’s leader may travel to Russia to mark the USSR’s victory over Nazi Germany on 9 May as mark of closer relations
Got out of the blockade, at the cost of my details ID‘d down like in Nazi Germany or North Korea. What is this crap http:/…
So this week is the ACLU's Banned Books week. Here are a few of my favorite pieces of literature that have been banned by oppressive states: -All Quiet on the Western Front: Banned in Nazi Germany for demoralizing and insulting the Wehrmacht. -Animal Farm: Completed in 1943, Orwell found that no publisher would print the book, due to its criticism of the U.S.S.R., an important ally of Britain in the War. Once published, the book was banned in the USSR and other communist countries. A play of Animal Farm was banned in Kenya in 1991, because it criticizes corrupt leaders. In 2002, the novel was banned in the schools of the United Arab Emirates, because it contained text or images that goes against Islamic values, most notably the occurrence of an anthropomorphic, talking pig. The book is still banned in Cuba, North Korea, and Thailand, and censored in China. -Brave New World: Banned in Ireland in 1932, also banned in Australia from 1932-1937 -Nineteen Eighty-Four: Banned by the Soviet Union in 1950, as Stal ...
Threats to America often come with warnings. Hitler wrote Mein Kampf and the Nazis explicitly detailed their plans for the world. The Communists of Korea and Vietnam were explicit in their own threats to our allies. Osama bin Laden spent a decade threatening the United States via terror attacks and videos. Today, the Islamic State is in the news with a grisly beheading of an American journalist. Their message is not complex or inaccessible- it is literally a kindergarten-level promise to kill us, divide our nation in two and create an ill-defined Islamic caliphate that will by their own declaration threaten the United States, the American way of life and our allies. Their message is no different than the bombast of Goebbels- they threaten us and they will attack us given the opportunity. The Islamic State isn't as crisp and defined as Nazi Germany or Communist North Korea, but it's certainly a state. They have an organized government, an organized army and an organized political objective. They cannot be ...
" I'm tired of this horsesh&t. Let's set the record straight once and for all. This whole "Mao and Stalin were evil atheists" comes up so often and it's so easily demolished. First, many of the dictatorships mentioned, Stalinist Russia, Maoist China, North Korea under the Kim's operate on overtly religious principles. The great leader is God, he is in many ways viewed as being a little more than human. He is often said to have super natural powers or God like events are said to have been associated with them at their birth, during their life, or shortly after their deaths. Kim Jong Il is the best example, North Koreans are told that when he was born all the trees flowered around his place of birth even though it was the middle of Winter. North Koreans are also told that when he died birds all over Korea sang sang mourning songs in Korean. Similar stories are told about Mao and Stalin. Watch a political rally in any of these so-called atheistic societies and than tell me in what meaningful way it is differ ...
Happy 4th my fellow Murkens: Just be aware: We are becoming a little bit more like tyrannical regimes such as Nazi Germany and North Korea with each passing day. We aren’t there yet, but that is the path that we are on. What's left of our Middle class is being hollowed out, the war machine keeps killing, Our financial system is over-leveraged, rigged and run amok. our environment is shagged, ditto our food. Its an out and out corporatacracy in control. But once our liberties and freedoms are completely gone, they will be exceedingly difficult to ever get back. Think Critically about what is actually happening around you. The party will be over soon. It has ended for millions of citizens on food stamps, too many homeless, millions written off. . .Dont buy the media hype! This wasn't supposed to happen when the framers ( for all their faults, they were radical ) of the Constitution who put this experiment together. “War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.” ― George Or ...
I have a strong feeling that another civil war is coming within the next century. Not trying to sound negative this morning but it's been on my mind. I feel that many of the principles and ideals that this country was built on is being abandoned more and more each day. It's starting to resemble Nazi Germany or even North Korea. The United Totalitarian States of America...
Like · · Share Stephen Fincher Richard Gates 38 mins . The world was for the most part quiet for years before 9-11. A dozen years of war later, exhausted Americans seek an end. Now Russia is grabbing land, China is claiming Territories on the sea, Iran and North Korea posture and threaten, all while we openly disarm. This is not just the doing of the Obama Administration, this is the work of an inept and corrupt government that has no vision. It is a godless bureaucracy and the self engrandizing elite that believe world politics and sound economies are based on their wet dreams. 6 million jews slaughtered by Nazi Germany, over 7 million in the Ukraine under Soviet rule, millions more uncounted by history. Do we have to have foreign warships landing on our shores before we wake up? Presidents have failed us before, non have placed this nation in such peril. I can point to no place in history that America was in such jeopardy, non that we could not repel. We have been deceived into weakness at home and a ...
Déjà vue. Nazi Germany began gobbling up sovereign countries citing ethnic and language compatibility and their yearning to be "reunited.". Austria, Rheinland, Czechoslovakia fell to the malign regime, with even a few plebiscites to justify absorption. The catalyst was that other critical nations showed great weakness and no resolve in stopping the Nazis. Then came real war with invasion of Poland, Belgium, Netherlands and France. Weak England could go on only because of the English Channel. In a much smaller contemporary world, the weak U.S.has signaled its impotence in Benghazi, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran and now the Ukraine. We gave up a missile shield at Russia's insistence. The U.S. was drawn into WWII by Japan's attack and Hitler's stupid war declaration. Will we be drawn into a war by another country, such as Iran, China or North Korea, while we blunder along with a burgeoning and newly aggressive Russia?
The “Hermit Kingdom” of North Korea is a savage, despotic state that the UN has compared to Nazi Germany. In the week or two it’s taken to write...
The really, really sad thing is, as Justice Michael Kirby said in his report, the whole world knows what is going on in North Korea, unlike Nazi Germany, and yet we do nothing? The country that holds the key is China, if they want to be a legitimate world power they either need to intervene or vote for the UN Security Council to act. While the world stands by and watches tens of thousands of people either starving to death or being murdered by a regime from the dark ages.
Valerii Klymchuk: "In year 1939 Nazi Germany signed Secret peace treaty with Stalin in USSR. After that both totalitarian countries divided Eastern Europe and spent 5 years killing MILLIONS of jews and other ideologically inconvenient Ethnics on both sides of the war zone. Ribbentrop-Molotov pact stayed classified information in soviet era and up until now hasn't been publicized among Russian audiences. Russian and soviet history are still heavily censored by Putin's propaganda. Political enemies of both Soviet and Nazi regimes were mass murdered in both countries before war, during, and somewhere even after 2nd World War. USSR started promoting oppression in it's foreign policies just like Russia does today, supporting North Korea, and Talking down never ending mass murder in Syria, etc. Ribbentrop-Molotov pact in not explainable from the position of SOVIET History, and ruins very foundation of all soviet ideological propaganda of supreme role of Russians in fight against FASCIST Germany. From here comes ...
I was just thinking. I've gotten really upset in the past when I've seen people who's rights were taken from them - Jews in Nazi Germany and currently citizens in North Korea - but on a less serious sense we are doin that here too in America. Im not sure of the exact statistics - I'm sure they could easily be found - but everyday people are locked up and thrown into prison for non-violent offenses. I could only imagine that our prison systems are a bit 'nicer' than let's say Auschwitz, but there are still troubled people who held behind bars who did little to anyone else but themselves. I'm going to rest now, but keep in mind that there is someone out there right now who can't sleep because he is celled with a violent inmate. Goodnight.
North Korea like Nazi Germany, says former ambassador. ／
If labeling North Korea the modern-day equivalent of Nazi Germany doesn't serve as a call to action, I don't know what will.
North Korea’s Kim Jong-un forced mothers to drown newborn babies: U.N. report By Ashish Kumar Sen-The Washington Times Monday, February 17, 2014 North Korea forces women to undergo abortions and young mothers to drown their newborn babies, and has starved and executed hundreds of thousands of detainees at secret prison camps — atrocities that the chairman of a U.N. panel that documented the abuses compares to those of Nazi Germany. “The gravity, scale and nature of these violations reveal a state that does not have any parallel in the contemporary world,” the U.N. Commission on Inquiry said in a 372-page report released Monday on North Korea’s atrocities. These crimes are ongoing because “the policies, institutions and patterns of impunity that lie at their heart remain in place.” PHOTOS: China's party paper falls for Onion joke of Kim Jong-un being 'Sexiest Man Alive' In an unprecedented act, commission Chairman Michael Kirby wrote to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un warning that he could be ...
I wonder what we are going to do in regards to North Korea. They are comparing it to Nazi Germany, only this time they say the world can not give the excuse that nobody knew how bad it truly was.
For those who are interested in reading the actual UN report regarding the detailed findings of human rights (more like the lack of human rights) in North Korea, here is the actually PDF of it. (WARNING: it is 372 pages and you may find the items listed in it disturbing) I am sharing this because I feel it is important that everyone knows of the abuse that is inflicted on innocent people. I will not be one who turns a blind eye like some did during WWII with Nazi Germany. I will always try to stand up to abuse and say, "I will not accept this. We will stop this NOW!!!" For too long, the world has ignored the abuse that has been happening for years in N. Korea and while I know they are not alone for abuse...they have been allowed to do so for far too long. So if you are interested, I am posting it for you to read. I am really hoping the UN and its members will finally take this serious...it has taken them long enough to get this freak'n far.
North Korea like Germany, says former ambassador
I don't think people realize what is going on in North Korea is almost Nazi Germany level
"Like Nazi Germany" - former ambassador speaks to about UN report into North Korea abuses
North Korea is as evil as Nazi Germany, but more powerful. Beware of Communists who call themselves "progressives".
So, North Korea has been compared to Nazi Germany. Some are saying, we didn't know about the death camps, but we do know what is going on here and that we have to act. There are those who will say act take firm, direct action and those who will say, we shouldn't interfere and all war is murder. I wonder if anyone will ever ask, or listen to, the victims of these regimes as to what they want?
*** North Korea is trying to pull a Nazi Germany!!!
I am beginning to think we have a responsibility to intervene in North Korea the same way we did in Nazi Germany.
So, North Korea is NOW being compared to Nazi Germany...what will happen next?
Way to go NBC. Less than 2 minutes on the UN announcement that North Korea is much like Nazi Germany. There has been an attempt to itemize the atrocities for world consummation. And. More than 5 minutes on Jimmy Fallon taking over the Tonight Show. Sometimes it's just embarrassing to watch the dumbing down of our citizens.
What is the world to do about North Korea? Today they were compared to Nazi Germany by a member of the U.N. . We have known for years that they are a nation of thugs and their leader is nothing but a spoiled child that controls millions.
They are now saying North Korea is as bad as Nazi Germany. Should the UN go to war with NK? Thoughts???
Human rights report compares some atrocities in North Korea to Nazi Germany
It will only happen if people become Informed and Understand the Results. Nazi Germany, Stalinist Russia, Communist China, North Korea and the Middle East Iraq, Iran.
China - Japan - North Korea - Hitler -- new game in the Pacific Asia Plays the Nazi Blame Game After weeks of constant WWI analogies, Asia now debates which country is most like Nazi Germany. By Zachary Keck February 05, 2014 As many Diplomat contributors have noted, in recent months many have sought to draw comparisons between Asia today and Europe in the run-up to WWI. Most notably, in a widely covered speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos last month, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe compared his country’s current bilateral relationship with China to that of England and Germany before WWI. Specifically, Abe used the example of London and Berlin before WWI to warn that China and Japan’s extensive economic ties do not necessarily preclude them from going to war. Now it appears that some in Asia believe the current regional environment is more similar to Europe just before WWII. However, there appears to be some disagreement over which country in Asia most resembles Nazi Germany. For the Philip ...
Watching programme about North Korea, similar and rather worrying like Hitlers Nazi Germany in the 1930's.
Keep in perspective that the tyranny that succeeded in the USSR, Nazi Germany, Cuba, North Korea, occurred when the people were not armed.
92 Million Americans don't have a job who want one but there are no jobs. The only jobs are in DC and in this corrupt administration. Why the push for 20+ Million illegals to have citizen status and jobs here, when we are in a Depression? If Obama supporters had their EBT cards turned off, they would be as angry as over half of the country is. We don't want a hand out. We just want the government to follow the Constitution and existing laws. We want pro US policies. We want America to not resemble Cuba, North Korea and Nazi Germany as it does right now.
Does Religion poison everything? As the late Chris Hitchens and the current grand pooh-bah of the New Atheist Richard Dawkins, would have us believe. If somehow religion was eradicated.all would be peaches and cream. Weeds would turn into flowers, enemies would embrace. This is wishful thinking and a fairy-tale concept not based on empirical evidence or history. The French Revolution, Stalinist Russia, Nazi Germany, Communist China and North Korea prove Atheist are as ready and willing to kill as their pious and praying neighbors are. (excerpt from a magazine I have subscribed to for over 30 years; Dedicated to Religious Freedom, Liberty of Conscience and Justice for All) Liberty Magazine to be continued
'North Korea is more like Nazi Germany than Stalinist Russia' via
It would be more like Hitler running North Korea, or Kim Jong controlling Nazi Germany.
My thoughts on this agreement with Iran:First, whats Iran giving up to have the sanctions eased,NOTHING! The leaders of Iran has consistedly said that once they build(or get) nuclear weapons, that they would use them against Israel (our only true friend in the middle east). Just look at North Korea to see what all the sweet talk has gotten the world. Second: Why has the president time after time said that he will not negotiate with the republicans,but does with Iran? (making demands is not negotiating).Who does Obama consider our enemies? (Just to be fair, North Korea was NOT Obama's screw up,that goes back through other administrations,both democrats AND republicans).Third: If you want to see how trying to appease tyrants and dictators (and countries that threaten violence) turn out,look at what happened in Europe in the thirties with Nazi Germany.
For those of you listening for the death-knell of the republican party, here are some single party governments: Nazi Germany... North Korea...Congo...Haiti... and Illinois... Getit?
No stupid democrat you cant Go to North Korea since Nazi Germany is no longer available for you
Why should the Capitalists not dislike and kill Stalin 51 million times ? In August 1939, Stalin entered into a non- aggression pact with Nazi Germany, but Germany later violated the agreement and launched a massive invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941. Despite heavy human and territorial losses, Soviet forces managed to halt the Nazi incursion after the decisive battles of Moscow and Stalingrad. After defeating the Axis powers on the Eastern Front, the Red Army captured Berlin in May 1945, effectively ending the war in Europe for the Allies. The Soviet Union subsequently emerged as one of two recognized world superpowers, the other being the United States. The Yalta and Potsdam Conferences established communist governments in the Eastern Bloc countries as buffer states , which Stalin deemed necessary in case of another invasion. He also fostered close relations with Mao Zedong in China and Kim Il-sung in North Korea. A country could be an western colony , but instead it became wortld power by dint o ...
Americais waking up thanks to the "real media" (Drudge Report, infowars, etc). But the globalist media e.g. CNN, NBC, NPR (all funded by the globalists, on record) dont want you to wake up. They are even trying to pass statutes that would define who can be a journalist and who can even report the news. Sounds like authority figures want a total state run media, North Korea or Nazi Germany anyone? Everyday more people wake up, everyday more questions ate asked, everyday people are protesting, and everyday the globalists are losing ground. We needto keep this up and bring about solutions that will lead to the nails being driven into the coffins of the globalist elite. Specialthanks to Alex Jones and many others, keep it up.
IN RESPONSE TO EVENTS IN EGYPT Democracy is not merely a matter of elections, however free and fair; elections are a means to a far greater end. Despotic regimes are seldom deposed by democratic means. Democracy means justice, legal equality, freedom of expression, of organization, of religion and of political action; it means freedoms secured for minorities rather than the unilateral, interest-driven erosion of personal freedoms by an electoral majority. In the words of Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg, democracy means a goverment of the people, by the people, for the people. Western reservations with regard to the unfolding events in Egypt is the product of a spineless adherence to procedure instead of principle. Legality should serve the interests of morality, but Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, North Korea, China and Turkmenistan (to name but a few) all demonstrate how legality can but fundamentally opposed to moral and democratic values. What has recently occured in Egypt is envigoratingly encouraging. ...
I hardly ever post statuses about Independence Day, because its our day to lighten up and look back on what prior generations have sacrificed so we could have a day of celebration. But the direction this country has been going recently hasn't been very positive, and we need not forget what this country was founded for. What we have is not only unique to the entire world, but is very fragile for if we let go of it we will never get it back. I encourage everyone of you that read this to read at least our first five basic rights that we have as an American and remember that we are one of the only countries in the world with those basic rights. Here in America, we hold the power and we should be able to decide what we do with our body and our life because that is what this country was founded for. That's the American Dream, to be free of tyrannical governments and unfortunately thats the road we're venturing down and I promise you it won't be pretty. just ask Nazi Germany, the USSR, North Korea, and Cuba what ...
Just a few of the many anniversaries that occur today (taken from Wikipedia): 1533: Death of Mary Tudor (younger sister of Henry VIII). 1678: Venetian Elena Cornaro Piscopia becomes the first woman with a Ph.D., awarded by the University of Padua. 1767: Death of composer Georg Philipp Telemann. 1876: The Battle of Little Bighorn, and death of Gen. George Amstrong Custer. 1903: Birth of author George Orwell. 1910: The U.S. passes the Mann Act, prohibiting interstate transport of females for "immoral purposes"; Igor Stravinsky's ballet "The Firebird" premieres in Paris. 1938: Dr. Douglas Hyde becomes the first President of Ireland. 1940: France surrenders to Nazi Germany. 1945: Birth of singer/songwriter Carly Simon. 1947: Anne Frank's "The Diary of a Young Girl" is published. 1948: The Berlin Airlift begins. 1950: North Korea invades South Korea, starting the Korean War. 1954: Birth of current U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. 1961: Birth of comedian Ricky Gervais. 1963: Birth of singer George Mi ...
Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) takes on MSNBC host Martin Bashir after the anchor likens him to the NRA for daring to criticize NSA activities and compare what they're doing to North Korea or Nazi Germany.
Video on msnbc.com: Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Fla., and MSNBC host Karen Finney (“Disrupt”) debate whether President Obama is right, that checks and balances protect us from NSA overreach, and whether it’s appropriate to invoke Nazi Germany and North Korea in the debate over intelligence gathering.
Last week, Anglican Mainstream sent out an email asking their supporter base for £5 each to put out a full page advert in the Times yesterday. Judging by the dimensions of the ad, they obviously didn't raise enough. It's also a bit of a let-down given the language used in the email. Here's a sample: *** marriage is an ideological mirage. We need to learn the lessons from other nations, such as Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, Maoist China, Cambodia and North Korea who forced their people to live out ideologies that flew in face of reality." They also set up a little site at:
Took the kids to Toy's R Us on Saturday. Noticed it was a sales outlet for American products mostly. Also noted the product line of "True Hero's". Nobody was buying them! American corporation/Government continues to humiliate the American people by suggesting that a true hero goes around shooting people and blowing things up. Only in states like Afghanistan, North Korea, Nazi Germany, and the USA is/was this pushed on the people. Big FYI, The economic recovery will begin when the states catch up with rest of the world and stop teaching children to be greedy and violent. The biggest seller was TOMICA... The Japanese version of Hot Wheels. Note that the cheap poorly crafted Hot Wheels were in the discount bin for 1.99 while the TOMICA line was 1 complete isle(both sides) with the average cost being 4.00 each car. For girls the in demand item seems to be Maruchyan. A doll. And a number of other cute stuff. For universal toys... Science and learning materials and pool accessories. So, it is clear that what is ...
In the year 1945, we were celebrating the defeat of the Nazis. In 1957, everyone had an American Flag out and was celebrating patriotism. In 1965, African Americans were celebrating their right to vote. Between 1991 and 2000, kids would say "it's a free country, we can do what we want." Now you can't go a full day without a hearing a comparison about Nazi Germany, East Germany, Communist China, The Soviet Union, North Korea, or Cuba.
I was thinking. I know, some of you are doubting that possibility. But, seriously, stay with me on this one. What the world needs is another Soviet Union. Or Fascist Italy. Or Nazi Germany. Or another Pol Pot Cambodia. Why, you may ask? Because people today have no idea what true tyranny or a true dictator is. During the above named periods, we could see, nakedly, the horror of those realities. The death camps, the political prisons, the citizenry living in terror. It was there, blatantly open. What do we have today? Some vague hints about North Korea being reported by the tin foil hat types. The same types who are telling us about the FEMA camps, with the same credibility. I am not wishing for a return to that *** only for a real example of where the "47%" wish us to sprint to. We have already played this game, kiddoes. It ended up costing a World War, millions of lives, trillions of dollars. Pick up a history book, for God's sake. It's right there. Seriously, and with no attempt at ...
We now have more people incarcerated than any other country in history. More than China. More than North Korea. More than Soviet Russia. More than Nazi Germany. And you still believe that you're free!
Fighter jets screamed over Red Square and heavy tanks rumbled over its cobblestones as Russia flexed today its military muscle on the anniversary of its costly victory over Nazi Germany in the Second War War.
Barack Obama Is not suitable.North Korea ,Iran, Hizballah, Nazi Germany... please wake up!!! we must learn from history.Neville Chamberlain
Exactly! Post-faith or neo-faith societies like Nazi Germany, Communist China, Soviet Russia, North Korea are to be admired.
Look at Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan, Fascist Italy, North Korea, the USSR. the list is endless.
Did Americans forget, or did they quit teaching to our younger generation EXACTLY what our Constitution is for. TO PROTECT WE THE PEOPLE FROM THE GOVERNMENT. If someone says that doesn't apply today, they have been on the media or been "educated" way too much. I know about the unconstitutional laws passed in the dead of the night in this country that many just don’t. They certainly aren't announced in the media. Passed through a Republican House and signed in by a Democrat President. BOTH SIDES ARE IN ON IT! Have been for years! If people only knew of these laws, we have in our country now, not even fully enforced yet. Until they get our guns. Then it is over. They can detain you in this country right now, without a Judge, Jury or Trial, … NOT even a call home FOREVER (Just like Communist China, North Korea and Nazi Germany). And now they want our guns. WAKE THE *** UP AND FIGHT BACK WHILE YOU STILL CAN!!
Yes, the onslaught continues in the comment thread below my year-old piece on Chris Kyle. Here's the most recent exchange. My comments are identified with my initials: Commenter: "Depravity" is a word that would apply to only the very worst governments - Nazi Germany, Stalinist Russia, North Korea today. And the word "Incurably" just reinforces it, meaning not only is it depraved, but there is no hope of ever fixing it. WNG: When viewed from the perspective of those against whom its power is deployed, the regime in Washington should be considered the "very worst government" in the world today -- at least in terms of its ability to inflict misery in geographic terms. In terms of concentrated viciousness, North Korea is obviously worse -- but its evil is contained. That regime isn't able to kill people half-way around the world by remote control, for example, nor does it have the means to occupy so much of an acre beyond its borders. Bearing in mind the scope of the evil we're discussing, let's turn to your ...
3 If there is one country in the world that you would not want to live in, it would be North Korea. Unfortunately, the United States of America is becoming more like North Korea with each passing day. North Korea is a totalitarian police state hellhole where the state rules supreme, the “leader” is lavishly worshipped, no dissent is tolerated, and the government micromanages everything. America is supposed to be the opposite of that, but now Barack Obama is implementing his version of “change” and he has promised to engage in the “remaking” of this nation and to transform it “brick by brick“. A tremendous “cult of personality” has been built up around Obama, and under his leadership the U.S. government has become larger and more repressive than ever before. But do we really want to “change” America so that it more closely resembles totalitarian regimes such as North Korea, Communist China, the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany? After all, all of those regimes have a nightmarish history ...
is the news coverage today reminiscent of something that should is maybe out of North Korea?, Nazi Germany?, Soviet Russia? Total propaganda
America Is Being Systematically Transformed Into A Totalitarian Society Posted by End Fear on January 8, 2013 at 7:03pm Activist Post | January 8, 2013 If someone were to ask you for an example of a “totalitarian society”, how would you respond? Most Americans would probably think of horribly repressive regimes such as the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, Communist China, East Germany or North Korea, but the truth is that there is one society that has far more rules and regulations than any of those societies ever dreamed of having. In the United States today, our lives are governed by literally millions of laws, rules and regulations that govern even the smallest details of our lives; and more laws, rules and regulations are constantly being added. On January 1st, thousands of restrictive new laws went into effect all over America, but most Americans have become so accustomed to the matrix of control that has been constructed all around them that it does not even bother them when even more rules and re .. ...
It's the type of displays that we associate with the Soviet Union, North Korea and Nazi Germany.
We are at a pivotal moment for our country. When you go to vote tomorrow, just remember that Lack of Freedom does not happen overnight. It is a gradual change achieved taking a right away here, a right away there. Before you know it there are no more rights left to take away, and you end up with a society of a privileged very few, and a controlled mass. See, Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea, Venezuela, the list goes on, but I needed to hold your attention. We are currently taking steps down the same paths as the a fore mentioned countries have. We still have time to choose another path. Ronald Reagan once said " Freedom in this country at any given time is only one generation away from extinction." Vote for Mitt Romney, and help stem the tide and save our country.
If anyone has seen the movie "We Were Soldiers" you remember the mean, hard core Sergeant-Major Plumley. That character was a real man who did everything shown in the movie and more. He fought in the most intense battles of World War 2, Korea, and Vietnam. He was what every soldier should strive to be. Today colon cancer did what the best efforts of Nazi Germany, North Korea, China, North Vietnam, and the Viet Kong could not do. May he rest in peace.
than Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany, or North Korea. We just hide our restraints
Did you know the former Soviet Union and Nazi Germany had a conservative government. Today China and North Korea are conservative. It's pathetic these days that the Teabag Party racist and bigots are low information people who think they know anything, throwing their mythological beliefs down on other people with different beliefs - shall not judge. An old saying is to clean up your own back yard before lying about another persons back yard. Today's projection: Obama 305 Electoral votes, Romnut 223. Liberals are leading in the Senate and House races, also looking good in State races/governorship.
I have to get this off of my chest: Over the last few years, I've had people ask me to stop sending them e-mails critical of candidate/president Barack Hussein Obama. That's their right, and I have no problem with that. I even had one person point out to me during the 2008 election campaign that voting for McCain/Palin was just voting for an senile old full and an inexperienced young *** as a running mate. That person of course got around that by voting for an inexperienced young *** with a senile old fool as a running mate. What I refuse to tolerate, however, are those who complain that I criticize ObAmalek. To those people I would say that in Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, Red China, Castro's Cuba, North Korea, et al, you couldn't criticize the leader. However, in the US, where I was born, and of which I am still a citizen, and in Israel, where I live, we are free to criticize our leaders and I will continue to do so when and as I see fit. Freedom of speech is a two-way street and not only for thos ...
If we couldn't participate in our politics, we'd end up like Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany, North Korea, and Cuba.
The following is a commentary by a reader to an article on the NY TIMES, it is something I agree with 100% "The Cuba Lobby makes Cuba an enemy long after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. The Israel Lobby makes Iran an enemy when Iran has been the victim of American intervention. Iran has never been a threat to America. From overthrowing an elected democratic leader through installing the dictator Shah of Iran in power. Through supporting Saddam Hussein in his war against Iran and shooting down a civilian Iranian air plane. Through declaring Iran part of an axis of evil followed by the invasion and occupation of it's neighbors Iraq and Afghanistan to making cyber war on Iran and killing civilian Iranian scientists. But see "Why Iran Should Get the Bomb" Kenneth Waltz Foreign Affiars July/August 2012 The war on terror scheme of the Bush/Cheney team made al Qaeda an existential threat on par with the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany or Imperial Japan or the British Empire. It was not. ...
Are we seeing a prelude to a type of "Obamacare Behavioral Health" certifications in order to work, own a home, or own a gun? You think we're kidding? "No fly" already exists right? How about "No gun"?, "No job"? RNN is reading way ahead and into some of Brandon Raub's Attorney comments here, who is the President of The Rutherford Institute and Lead Attorney for Brandon Raub. Why? We have a bit of indirect experience with dictatorships using psychiatry as a political weapon. Do a Google search on the use of psychiatry as a political weapon. You may get hits for the Soviet Union, Cuba, North Korea, China, even Nazi Germany. Depends on how adept you are at Google queries.
There are roads and bridges in North Korea & Cuba as there were in Nazi Germany and the former Soviet Union. People starved to death in those nations. He clearly does not understand the difference.
Only six mega corporations control over 90% of the media in the USA. In 1983 it was 50 companies. Looks like it's filtering right on down to one or two someday soon. This includes having their fingers in the pies of print, radio, tv, and their respective websites, and not just news, a large percentage of education and entertainment as well. That's not even counting the Associated Press, 90% of which is made up of information controlled by these 6 corporations, that distributes "news" to the other 10%. Remind you of any oppressive states where a handful of bureaucracies control all the "news" outlets? The former USSR, China, North Korea, Iran, Nazi Germany, Cuba, etc. etc. etc.
I finised the first book in the Hunger Games series on Saturday and read half of the second book yesterday. This is such an incredible story interwoven with historical undertones and beautifully crafted as a perception of evil through the eyes of a young girl. I am so glad many young people are reading and watching this new movie as the society in this book is a perfect example of what happens when people sacrifice their liberty and weapons for the illusion of safety or to maintain the status quo (i.e. Communist China & Russia, North Korea, Nazi Germany). Total state control of our lives is the absolute goal of the Obama Administration... be careful who you vote for in November.
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