Saturday, November 05, 2016

U.S. - Last Chance to Avoid Trump

Breaking News:

US election: FBI director says latest Hillary Clinton
email investigation is over, no charges warranted.
[Source: ABC, November 6 (22:30 MEZ), 2016]

The following blogspot contains pictures composed on behalf of "blueprint news". The intention behind is nothing more than to visualize the climate of a presidential election in the U.S.A. which has already taken a turn to the embarrassing from its very beginning. So this is no advice who to vote, but rather an urgent call who not to vote.

1) What you are voting for with Donald Trump
- What you see is what you get ! -

Michael Moore in Trumpland - Published on October 26, 2016.
(You can find the whole show elsewhere on YouTube.)

Celebrities and Hollywood Stars Against Donald Trump
(Please note: There's a second part too !)

Grabber King at Trump Tower Chicago

Know All about Trump in One Minute !

Back to the Future !

Trump for President - With best compliments from ISIL
Trump - A birthday present to all enemies of America

"I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody,
and I wouldn't loose any voters."


Visitors to "blueprint news":

Recent visitor from Jordan and who is interested in ISIL.

London visitor interested in China's increasing power
and, by the way, a reminder of Britain's Brexit - Exit.

One of the regions in Europe that underwent drastic changes
in the frame of World War I and II.


2) History - How Adolf Hitler took over Germany
- An exemplary case of modern fascism -

In the early 1930ies, the German "Republic of Weimar" could be characterized by a rare kind of economic and political chaos where lots of political parties underwent questionable alliances to share the power of changing governments. As a rule, national elections were held twice a year during the last years of the republic and which only resulted in a sequence of weak governments that would not exist for long.

This doesn't mean there were no political powers at all: Communists and Social Democrats would have easily formed a stable majority in parliament if they had ever succeeded to overcome their hostilities directed against each other. On the other side, the National Socialist Party of Adolf Hitler in an alliance with established conservative parties was too weak to get a sufficient majority of votes during all those elections. Finally in 1933, German president Paul von Hindenburg, once an important military leader of the imperial army during World War I and therefore responsible for the war's disastrous ending in 1918, found himself one time again unable to name a chancellor to form the next government among all those ambitious, however unreliable politicians that characterized the late years of the Weimar Republic.

It is not really known what Hindenburg thought of Hitler when he asked him to form a government that would last longer than some months. As a conservative monarchist at heart he might have even despised the little man with his funny toothbrush moustache and the theatrical gestures applied in his public speeches. The president, however, did not object being instrumentalised in some kind of staged companionship between "the field marshal and his lance corporal" hinting at Hitler's participation in World War I.

At Hitler's inauguration as a chancellor of the German Empire in 1933, his own political party was already on the decline as people came to believe after such many parliamentary elections that "Nazis" weren't much better than the rest of the bunch who promised what no political party had been able to deliver up to then.

But Hitler's strength lay in his ability to stage a coup, as he had long ago formed some kind of paramilitary units for "self-protection".

Even more important were the preparations he had taken in the vast administrative area of Prussia that comprised Germany's capital of Berlin. During the lucky days when his party won a maximum of votes in Prussia, he succeeded to implant there Hermann Göring, one of his old companions, as a minister of the interior and chief of state police.

As soon as Hitler was entrusted with the power of a chancellor on January 30, 1933, it took not longer than some weeks to make his party's paramilitary groups arrest all of his opponents and drag them into internment camps that were erected in a hurry all over the country. This was especially easy in the area of Berlin where regular police was already under control of the Nazis, and some policemen openly supported Hitler's "security" branch. Same happened in other parts of Germany while in most places police simply disappeared from the streets "waiting for orders". Calls for help were not answered.

A political justification for the internment and beating up of Communist and Social Democrate activists as well as members of parliament was based on emergency decrees of the new Nazi alliance in power. When at the end of February 1933 the building of the Imperial Parliament was ruined by a devastating fire, probably laid on behalf of the Nazis, a presidential decree by Paul von Hindenburg served as an official legitimation for such Nazi terror. The corruption of the last parliamentary election results from February 1 added to a development that finally consolidated Nazi power in Germany.

History does not repeat itself, but it often rhymes.
(Quotation attributed to Mark Twain)

The low character guys are always the same brand !

An important aspect of fascism is the manifestation of feelings related to superiority and growing importance when weaklings are backed by the power of a group. When facing a single 'enemy' or an 'enemy group' smaller in size, such fascist group of nobodies will therefore deny any human rights to their 'victims', sometimes even jointly accepting their victims' possible death. As this kind of mechanism is considered to be based on individual deficits in education and basic human values, the familiar background and progress of both, demagogues and their henchmen has been thoroughly researched in the aftermath of World War II.

One remarkable aspect detected in the frame of analyzing biographies was the presence of some personality shaping elements in certain family histories that finally led to sexual deviations like homosexuality and sexual abuse as well as sexual aggression, often due to some strongly dominant father or the missing of a conciliatory mother. Children, both girls and boys, that have been abused by their father, might pay it back to the society they live in, however much later and by diverting their own aggression into the humiliation of others and possibly into murder.

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