“An evil exists that threatens every man, woman, and child of this great nation. We must take steps to ensure our DOMESTIC SECURITY and protect our HOMELAND.”
“You are now witnessing the beginning of a great epoch in German history … this fire is the beginning.”
Adolf Hitler said the above in proposing the creation of the Gestapo. The event preceding it was the 1933 fire which burned down the German Parliament Building–the Reichstag. There is zero doubt that this was a “false flag” event. At the time Hitler was at Goebbels’s apartment having dinner. They rushed to the scene where they met Göring who was already screaming false charges and making threats against the Communists.
What followed very shortly thereafter was “A Decree of the Reich President for the Protection of the People and State”. This decree seriously limited or outright abrogated the following German constitutional protections:
—– Free expression of opinion
—– Freedom of the press
—– Right of assembly and association
—– Right to privacy of postal and electronic communications
—– Protection against unlawful searches and seizures
—– Individual property rights
—– States’ right of self-government
A supplemental decree then created the SA (Storm Troops) and SS (Special Security) Federal police agencies.
In short, Hitler consolidated and finalized power using the oldest trick in his playbook — TERROR. Hitler and his gang funded, fomented, shepherded, and manipulated the fear of terror occurring in every corner of Germany. He even used Biblical language to portray himself as an angel of light on a white steed to appear to save Germany from the Evil Ones …. all done under the pretext of “Homeland Security.”
You can easily see the correlation between the Reichtag event and 9-11. Perhaps you are tempted to cry, “Bullshit!!”? Well, first let me tell you about the Reichssicherheitshauptamt.
The Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA) was the main division of the Nazi SS, and the parent organization of the Gestapo. Let’s break down the meaning of the word.
“Reich” is not directly translatable into English as it has several meanings in German, and the word had different meaning in different epochs of German history. We shall look at the term as generally understood during Nazi times. The most common rendering is “empire”, such as used in Nazi propaganda sloganeering; “ein Reich, ein Volk, ein Fuhrer” meaning “One empire, one people, one leader.” meant, of course, to unify and enforce pan-Germanic sentiment. Another use was to romanticize the idea of the Greater German Homeland via gradually annexing all the historically Germanic countries and regions of Europe (Flanders, Netherlands, Denmark, Austria, etc.) officially documented under “Grossgermanisches Reich Deutscher Nation” – the Greater Germanic Homelands of the German Nation
“Sicherheit” is always translated as “security.
“Hauptamt” literally means “main office,” or reasonably translated as “department.”
Basically, you couldn’t come closer in contemporary English than translating The Reichssicherheitshauptamt as The Department of Homeland Security.
Of course, it did not stop there. Germany became one gigantic police state that lasted well beyond the end of WWII, running amuck in East Germany.
Verwaltungspolizei —- Administrative police
Schutzpolizei —– literally “protection police”, or municipal police
Verkehrspolizei — traffic police
Gendarmerie — rural police
Wasserschutzpolizei — water protection police
Bahnschutzpolizei — railway police
Postschutz — postal police
Feuerschutzpolizei — fire police
Luftschutzpolizei — air raid police
Funkschutz — radio / propoganda police
Werkschutzpolizei — factory protection police
Sicherheitspolizei — security police
Kriminalpolizei —- criminal police
I’ll stop there, you get the idea. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Supporting this leviathan police state was a massive administrative bureaucracy that enacted literally thousands of new laws …. And, penalties. Surely, this could never happen in the USA.
But, has it already? Here is a very short list of federal agencies which carry guns; DEA, FBI, CIA, US Marshalls, ATF, IRS, Secret Service, ICE, CBP, TSA, U.S. Postal Inspectors, 2nd Unofficial site for Border Patrol, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, U.S. Park Police, Bureau of Prisons, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, U.S. Capitol Police, Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Trade Commission, Diplomatic Security Service, Indian Affairs, GSA-Federal Protective Services, and even Amtrak.
Some people just hate it when the USA is compared to Nazi Germany. Maybe it’s because there aren’t any Brown Shirts with machine guns in the streets. Yeah, well, our “Brown Shirts” wear fancy suits in the halls of Congress.