Sunday, July 20, 2014

Honoring Hitler's Assassin's

Here is the news, but there is one problem with this...
In a somber ceremony, President Joachim Gauck called the July 20, 1944, bombing of Hitler's Wolf's Lair headquarters in Eastern Prussia a "significant day in German history" for showing the world that there were Germans who opposed the Nazi regime.
As of July of 1944 the defeat of Germany was an inevitability.  Where were these people in 38, 29, 40, 41, 42? The reason for assassinating Hitler had to do with Germany losing rather the war than any particular dislike of Nazi-ism.  And as these things go, having survived the murder attempt, Hitler was convinced fate has preserved him to bring about total victory.  In fact, he brought about total defeat, and after the war was far harder ton Germans than the war itself, bad as it was.

Canaris early on hated Nazi-ism and plotted to murder Hitler, back in the late 30s, but held off expressly because Hitler was winning, and thus very popular.  Winning can be a very bad thing.

People say "Geo Bush is Hitler" or "Barack Obama is Hitler" but the problem is not whether some politician is any different from Hitler, but whether the American people are any different than the German people.  So far, no difference.

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