Wednesday, April 18, 2007

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Martin Neimoller never said "First they came for the Socialists..."


Pledge Allegiance exposed by Cryptographer Dr. Rex Curry, originally uploaded by Pledge Allegiance.
School violence demonstrates that government's schools are incompatible with the Second Amendment right to self-defense against violent predators, whether they are in the government or out. http://rexcurry.net/commentary/neimoller.html

Government's schools are victim disarmament zones and create ignorance of the Second Amendment Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

The poem that follows was inspired by a famous piece by Martin Niemoller, a German Protestant minister. Martin Niemoller was tried by the National Socialist Workers Party of Germany (Nazi Party) under its socialist swastika http://rexcurry.net/swastika3clear.jpg The charges were trumped up and he spent the duration of World War II in Dachau where he was later joined by thousands of fellow ministers, monks, nuns, and priests, many of whom did not survive. They had all been disarmed.

It was the same dogma and the same modus operandi that led to the worst slaughter in all of human history, the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): 60 million under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; 50 million under the Peoples' Republic of China; 20 million under the National Socialist German Workers' Party. http://rexcurry.net/socialists3.JPG

The same dogma still permeated government schools in the USA and it still does, even in the Pledge of Allegiance http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg

The Pledge of Allegiance was written by a socialist and its early salute was the stiff arm salute later adopted by German socialism, as shown by the libertarian criminologist Dr. Rex Curry.

A better straight arm salute is one in which a gun is held in self-defense against violent attackers whether they are in the government or out.
http://rexcurry.net/pledgeofallegiance-salute-gun-girl-right-arm.jpg

Guns rights stop socialism and socialists, as shown by this libertarian art http://rexcurry.net/nazi%20salute%201b.jpg

First they came for the machine guns, and I didn’t speak up because I had no machine guns.
Then they came for the “assault weapons,” and I didn't speak up because I had no assault weapons.
Then they came for the rifles, and I didn't speak up because I had no rifles.
Then they came for the handguns, and I didn't speak up because I had no handguns.
Finally, they came for my double-barreled shotgun, and I only managed to kill two of them.
(before they mowed me down with their machine guns, assault weapons, rifles and handguns (while I was trying to reload)).

A recent school shooting was described as the worst massacre in American history. It added to the growing number of deaths attributable to government schools and those people who maintain existing gun laws that disarm the innocent. Even so, the number of deaths caused by the government in that school shooting was greatly exceeded by the government at Waco, Texas, arguably the worst massacre in American history.

For more information on gun rights visit http://rexcurry.net/guncom.html

For more information about how government schools are incompatible with the United States Constitution and with liberty, see
http://rexcurry.net/schoolsmain.html

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Martin Neimoller never said "First they came for the Socialists..."  (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry).  The ignorant use of the term "socialist" in the verse is common because of widespread ignorance that "Nazis" did not call themselves "Nazis," they called themselves socialists.  Neimoller was an early supporter of Hitler's socialism, so Neimoller would not have written "First they came for the socialists" (unless his poem is a cynical inside joke about how socialists have set world records killing other socialists as under Stalin and Soviet Socialism; Mao and Chinese socialism; Hitler and German socialism, et cetera. In that sense, the phrase would have been accurate). http://www.amazon.com/dp/B014BU8L1E

Socialists lie about the poem (they use the "socialist" version) in order to cover-up the fact that Hitler's supporters called themselves "socialists" and did so while speaking and writing at length about their deadly dogma.

Some websites (e.g. Wikipedia) concede the phrase's lack of support (on the wakipedia page entitled "First they came for..."), yet those websites fail to explain the illogic of the phrase. It is a glaring omission due to the cowardice of wannabe intellectuals. That failure exists because dedicated liars on wakipedia do not want to explain that Hitler's supporters called themselves "socialists."  Wakipedia begins by finessing the phrase as "First they came for..." in the title and leaving off the term "socialist."  Yet, on Wakipedia's page for "Martin Neimoller" the false version ("First they came for the socialists...") tops the page, and the rest of the page is designed to hide the fact that "Nazis" did not call themselves "Nazis," but called themselves "socialists" (this is a common method of deceit throughout Wakipedia).  Of course, Wakipedia changes by the millisecond, so by the time anyone reads this and views Wakipedia, its deceits might have been covered-up. Wakipedia tricks readers because its name rhymes with "Encyclopedia" (and its slogan is: "The Free Encyclopedia") even though it is merely an anonymous bulletin board where anybody can post anything (including lies and the lying liars who tell them).  Wakipedia and other websites cover-up for socialism.

According to one interviewer, Neimoller (1892–1984) himself conceded that he did not use the term "socialist."  No one can cite an original source for Neimoller using the term "socialist" in the popular misrepresentation of the poem.

(Dr. Rex Curry is also famous for his article "Hitler never said 'Third Reich.' ")
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B014BU8L1E

Dr. Curry is also famous for his discovery that the swastika, although an ancient symbol, was used by Hitler's German socialists to represent crossed S-letters for their "socialism."

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