Sunday, September 05, 2010
How Brave and Patriotic Men Deal With a Madman Ruining their Country
Berlin, Germany—It was 1944 and what started out over a decade earlier as a new government offering Hope and Change progressed into a regime that kept horrible secrets from their citizens. Those who knew the secrets and tried to alert their neighbors were tried for High Treason, branded as Liars and sentenced to the guillotine or piano wire.
Today at the Bendlerblock military complex in Berlin a portion of the property houses the German Resistance Museum. It’s dedicated to those 5,000 heroes who did too little, too late but lost their lives in the process. It’s too bad that we can’t force Americans visit this museum before they’re allowed to vote.
The lesson to be learned from these resistance fighters is that perhaps killing Hitler years earlier would have spared tens of millions of lives. The problem was people believed in Time Magazine’s 1938 Man of The Year and the National Socialism he brought with him.
We must stop Socialists and Communists in our government before it’s too late.