Welcome to the Nazi World Order

“You don’t have to be very bright to carry a handbarrow. So the squad leader gave such work to people who’d been in positions of authority.” ― Solzhenitsyn, One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich

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It must have been when I was 14 years old that my parents took us to see the film One Day in the Life of Ivan DenisovichI could hardly process what I was seeing. How could humans do such horrible things to each other?

But that was the sort of thing my parents did. They never hid harsh reality from us.

The film is based on Solzhenitsyn’s book of the same title and tells the story of one day in Ivan’s life in a Soviet-Siberian prison camp. Through all the mind-numbing, body-breaking brutality, through the stench that I could almost smell and taste, the film shows the nearly impossible-to-understand truth of how it is only through hardship that we learn to overcome the worst of ourselves—or give in to it. As Solzhenitsyn wrote:

“Rejoice that you are in prison. Here you can think of your soul.”

Suffering will come to the United States, and when it does, perhaps at last, people will wake up. Perhaps at last we will come together to fight against the Vast Machine that steals our souls. Perhaps. Because it’s discouraging how easily the people of Europe have forgotten the wars that overran their countries and the Nazism that encouraged it, and that now threatens to become the face of the New World Order.

We’ve put up with a lot of obscene actions by our leaders lately. It seems as if we’ve become so powerless that all we can do is watch from the sidelines as the horrorfest unfolds. Most people don’t even think of it like that. Most people are completely onboard, so sedated by technology and drugs that they cannot see beyond the diet of conflicting information and empty entertainment they are constantly being fed.

I forced myself to watch President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Oleksandrovych Zelenskyy’s, speech on December 21, 2022, to the US Congress. It made me sick to my stomach. Watching Kamala Harris (where has she even been for the past 2 years?) and Nancy Pelosi take that flag and hold it up in front of the American flag, well, I really wanted to vomit. Maybe others don’t, but I remember how these two women repeatedly stood up for the abusers rather than the women being abused.

How Kamala Harris’ met with Jacob Blake’s family in Wisconsin during those riot days that we were supposed to call protests. She praised their courage, calling them “incredible.” Yet she did not visit Blake’s victim, the mother of his child who had been repeatedly terrorized by him over the years in ways I do not wish to write here. The media played mind games and the people joined in, eager to be swayed by emotion rather than reason.

And now, to see these two women beaming down on this Nazi supporter, along with our entire government, gave me a serious case of PTSD and I was back in Dachau again where, at the age of ten, I walked through the concentration camp and saw what the Nazis had done to millions of Jews and millions of others who they identified as beneath them.

People can come back at me and say but what about Russia, so you’re a “Putin lover?” No, I am not a Putin lover. What does that have to do with anything? I’m not talking about Russia because the United States doesn’t support it. The EU doesn’t support it. I’m talking about Ukraine because the United State, the entire EU, supports Ukraine. By doing so, we are supporting the reawakening of Nazism across Europe, even as we claim it is the number one threat in our own country. A complete and utter contradiction that makes absolutely no sense.

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The Hushed-Up Hitler Factor in Ukraine and the Neo-Nazi Brigade Fighting Pro-Russian Separatists | Portside

Dmitry Belik, a member of the Russian State Duma International Affairs Committee, made this remark in response to Zelensky’s visit:

“All the allies of the United States ended up very badly, being on the sidelines, or rather, in the dustbin of history.”

“This has been going on for hundreds of years,” the deputy continued. “The Americans have only one ally—it is themselves, and all the rest are secondary figures that should ensure their prosperity and who, if something happens, can be betrayed.”

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