Anyone who is unfortunate enough to question what our own Government and their back room buddies in the Green Energy agenda are doing to us will inevitably end up comparing their antics to a Party that did the same thing to their people over 70 years ago. Does the word NAZI PARTY seem familiar?
This is not a conspiracy let alone a paranoid delusion on your part. To even suggest this evil and anti-human group still exists today is surreal and in that lies the problem.
How can a human being in todays world condone such a hateful and power hungry structure that existed 7+decades ago that was so bloody evil that one could say that Satan was in charge of the world for a while resulting in millions of deaths and many millions of people displaced and rendered incapable of living like human beings should.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,in PEACE!
This Party of the Past never disappeared but just “morphed” from a Brown to a Green colour!
By P Gosselin on 7. Juli 2013
Anyone who really does his homework and studies the roots of the green movement will soon find himself back in Nazi Germany. This is a conclusion that many independent scholars have arrived at. That feeling of intellectual superiority, infallibility, obsessive intolerance to other views, and being convinced you know what is best for everyone else have a common thread.
“Blut und Boden “(Blood and Soil) celebrates the relationship of a people to the land they occupy and cultivate, and it places a high value on the virtues of rural living. Image source: German Bundesarchiv
Academic and journalistic research over the past five years shows the key role of Nazi figures in the party’s founding and development. […]
After strong similarities were revealed between an initiative by Germany’s neo- Nazi NPD party last year in a state parliament to demarcate Israeli products and a Green Party federal initiative in the Bundestag to impose a similar system on Israeli goods, critics pointed to the “Brown” — the color symbolizing Nazism – roots of the Green Party in an effort to explain the punitive measure directed at Jewish businesses.