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The movement that had it taken over the world would have changed human history forever.
The master race and its slaves. The eradication of the Jews and anyone else who opposed or was seen as a threat to the white race or then, the German white race, was their mantra.
Didn’t this all go away like a bad dream when the Nazis were defeated by the West and their allies, including Russia mid-20th Century?
We all thought it did. Didn’t all those young men die to make the world Safe for Democracy? We were told or were led to believe it did. But did it? Any time the existence of the Neo Nazi movement came up, it was pooh poohed by the mass media, and today some of the press is telling us that the massacre of a black church in Charleston did not indicate a racist motive; oh goodness no, it was just anti-Christian. Nazis? Heaven forbid!
Make no mistake the 21st Century Nazis are alive, and Dylann Storm Roof and career white supremacist Frazier Glenn Miller /Cross are demonstrating that by getting into the spotlight to tell their story and remind the world to “Heil Hitler.”
How strong is this movement? No one is talking. Who are their recruits? A generation of malcontents who in the wake of an economic disaster not as deep we are told as the Great Depression are ready to blame the Blacks, the Jews, and anyone else for their failure to cope with and negotiate a new more technological world. Dylann Storm Roof was a high school dropout and became enamored with the movement on the Internet.
“They are raping our women and taking over our country — I have to do this,” Roof, a determined young Nazi soldier, told his victims. Or, ”If we could somehow turn every Jew blue for 24 hours I think there would be a mass awakening. Because people would be able to see plainly what is going on,” he said in his on-line manifesto. Turn them blue, make them wear armbands — sound familiar?
Career white supremacist Frazier Glenn Miller/Cross is 73 years old and as he says is more than willing to take the needle for the cause. A master media manipulator, Frazier Glenn Miller has been getting good press since he shot three people he thought were Jews at Jewish sites in Overland Park, Kansas. As he was arrested in 2014, he shouted at the cameras, “Heil Hitler!” Miller comes to trial on Aug. 17 conducting his own defense — Trying to set himself up as a martyr and spokesman for the movement.
Both Miller/Cross and Roof have been making use of the Internet to spread the word. And the movement has been speaking to a whole new generation of malcontents armed with computers. Just think if Hitler had access to the Internet!
As surely as the sun rises this scourge of mankind will reassert itself again in the 21st Century if we ignore the lessons of history and pretend it will go away.
— Caroll Lucas
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