Roni’s Note: The comparison I am trying to make is extremely important. I hope to disclose how easy it is for a deviant to take control of an entire country and the fate that follows.
Those who fail to find the truth in history are doomed to repeat it!
Layer by layer and page by page Liberals and the Common Core Program are succeeding in their plight to destroy history which may adversely infringe on their agenda. To engage in and remember past history is something Liberals do not want you to embrace.
Adolph Hitler was born in 1888; number 4 of 6 children. He was born in Austria but at age 3 years his family moved to Germany. In 1900 his brother Edward died. After Edward’s death, Adolph became introverted and directed attention to his love for fine arts. His father often railed Adolph’s interest in art insisting he should show more interest in business.
In 1903, when his father, Alois Hitler passed away, leaving his wife a widow with five children; Klara Polzi gave her 4th born permission to leave school. From that time forward, Adolph became a disgruntled individual.
Adolph traveled to Munich where he enrolled in an art academy but twice failed to meet the mark. He worked for a brief period as a common laborer and as a water color painter, but soon became indigent and resorted to living in a homeless shelter for several years.
During the World War 1 era Adolph joined with German military forces. Though still a citizen of Austria, the German’s took him a board.
When Germany surrendered in 1918, Hitler felt the civilians were betrayed due to their leaders and Marxist.
After the war he returned to Munich and worked directly for the military as an Intelligence Officer. It appears that his intentions became even more devious after he met Anton Drexler in 1919. Anton was the Chairman for DAP-German Workers Party. After the meeting, Adolph Hitler decided to join the DAP. Shortly after joining the group the name was changed to Nationalsozialstesche Deutsche Arbeiter Partei (NSDAP).
It is unknown why Hitler in 1921 replaced Drexler as Party Chariman.
It was quite common for Hitler to give his beer-barrel speeches in local pubs. His oratory skills attracted many. One evening while Adolph Hitler was engrossed in one of his infamous speeches, Captain Ernst Rohm, of the Nazi Paramilitary Organization was present in the beer hall. Later that evening he spoke with Hitler and informed him the purpose of the S.A. was to protect meetings of Political opponents who were often attacked.
Soon thereafter, Hitler became a member of the S.A. and on November 8, 1923, along with other members of the Organization; stormed a meeting of 3,000 in a Munich beer hall. During the storming, Hitler declared a Revolution declaring a new government. Twenty people lost their lives and the coup failed.
A few days later Hitler was arrested and convicted by a court to prison due to his charge of high treason.
The year spent in prison was not a waste of time for Hitler. While there he dictated a book, Mein Kampf (My Struggle), to his deputy. The book expounded basically on Hitler’s plans to transform German Society strictly based on race.
A few years later; and after being released from prison, Hitler ran against Hindenburg in the presidential race. He lost, but was considered a favorite of the people. Hindenburg, in order to keep both parties at an even score, hired Hitler to be his Chancellor. Hitler used both the position of Chancellor and his power to form a dictatorship. He took full control over legislative and executive branches of government; thus in 1933 the Nazi Party was the only legal political party.
During the beginning of his tenure as Dictator, Hitler opposed the military and punished them for their actions as military men, which included military officers.
After he escalated and became power over Germany, Hitler designed his own logo, which was used on his uniformed troops, known as “storm troopers.” The oddly shaped SA was encircled with a heavy black marking. He inducted his own army which was larger than the German Military.
The storm troopers, soon after referred to as Brown Shirts were basically put to task to protect the Nazi political groups, and disrupt meetings of opposing political groups and intimidating Jewish citizens.
Brown shirts were used due to them being cheap to purchase after WW 1. A large supply was ordered but after Germany’s surrender they were no longer needed; thus Hitler and his troops utilized them.
At numerous meetings Brown Shirts were used to control hecklers who were against the SA. The “hecklers” were removed by force from the meeting places (compared to present day town hall meetings.), and were often more than not; injured while being removed. Most of Hitler’s speeches were conducted in Munich’s Haufbrauhaus beer tavern. Anytime an opposing member of the SS tried to over-speak Adolph; his Brown Shirts would remove them by force; which often ended in a brawl.
By 1933 Ernst Rohm’s dreams for the SA to take over the German Army was amiss, and though Hitler’s power was gained somewhat through the SA, their power-grab status was not to Hitler’s liking.
These two distinct groups created rivalry amongst leaders of the political parties. The SA was placed under the direction of Heinrich Himmler to in most cases, stop some of the power the group and leaders had gained.
The rivalries alone were not directed in whole to the power the SA had; but in part to the Scio-economic differences. As mentioned the SA’s were a group of tough guys from the streets and those that brawled in the beer halls. The SS were basically middle class working people. Politically the radical SA leaders argued that the Nazi revolution did not cease when Hitler rose in power and socialism was executed for Germany.
It greatly disturbed the radical group that they had to give in to a more organized SS. The SS was more about fundraising and canvassing for their party; an activity the SA referred to as “very little work that had been a woman’s job”, before their power was seized.
In 1945 the SA lost its power after the collapse of Germany and was banned by the Allied Control Council. But still, after killing thousands of Jews, burning Jewish businesses and homes, boycotting establishments, an International Military Tribunal found them to not be a criminal organization.
Roni’s Note: There is entirely not enough space to elaborate on the many crimes committed by Hitler and his political group of ravaging Brown Shirts. The information obtained was taken from internet research; many unethical incidents have been excluded due to space and time.
Faces of evil have existed since the beginning of time, one group learning from another and practicing that which they learn. However desperately savage the SA group may appear under the guidance of Adolph Hitler, those who learned from Hitler; and who practice that which they learned can be twice as harmful and diabolical to a Nation.
- Unite the Country.
- Promised entitlements
- Media Censored
- Loved by his base
- Gun Control
- Took over healthcare
- Had his own symbol
- Wanted a large centralized government