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On the Nazi-fication of America:

A selection of articles . . .

A Tale of Two Cities: Weimar and Washington' ~ Philip Giraldi | Antiwar

December 29, 2011 ― "Mark Twain is credited with saying that 'History doesn’t repeat itself, but it rhymes' [...] the historical analogy that appears to be most apposite for post-9/11 Washington is that of the Weimar Republic."

'Chaos and Consent: The Logistics of the One World Government' ~ Laura Knight-Jadczyk | SottNet

February 03, 1012 ― "Is it just me noticing the increasing lock-down, the increasing propaganda FOR lockdown and abrogation of human rights, and the masses seem to be sleep-walking through it all?"

'Why Are Government Bureaucrats Turning America Into Nazi Germany?' ~ Scott Lazarowitz | _LewRockwell

February 13, 2012 ― "I’m sorry to put it in such a crass way, but that is exactly what they are doing. The War on Terror and the War on Drugs have a combined effect of really being the government’s war on us, the American people, and a war on freedom."

'25 Signs That The Nazification Of America Is Almost Complete' ~ The American Dream

February 15, 2012 ― "The United States of America is becoming more like Nazi Germany every single day. In fact, the Nazification of America is almost complete. The parallels between Nazi Germany and the United States of today are going to absolutely shock many of you."

'Weimar America: Four Major Ways We're Following In Germany's Fascist Footsteps' ~ Robart Cruikshank | Alternet

July 05, 2012 ― "Most Americans have never heard of the Weimar Republic, Germany's democratic interlude between World War I and World War II. Those who have usually see it as a prologue to the horrors of Nazi Germany [...] There are four major points of similarity between Weimar Germany and Weimar America worth examining ..."  

"... We've slipped away from a true Republic. Now we're slipping into a fascist system where it's a combination of government and big business and authoritarian rule and the suppression of the individual rights of each and every American citizen." ~ Ron Paul (February 18, 2012)
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'NDAA lawsuit a struggle to save the US constitution' ~ TangerineBolen | UK Guardian

August 10, 2012 ― "I am one of the lead plaintiffs in the civil lawsuit against the National Defense Authorization Act, which gives the president the power to hold any US citizen anywhere for as long as he wants, without charge or trial ... (and) ... time after time, Obama's lawyers defending the NDAA affirm our worst fears about its threat to our liberty."

'Criminalizing Dissent' ~ Chris Hedges | Truthdig

August 13, 2012 ― "The NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) authorizes the executive branch to order the military to seize U.S. citizens deemed to be terrorists or associated with terrorists. Those taken into custody by the military can be denied due process and habeas corpus and held indefinitely in military facilities. Any activist or dissident, whose rights were once protected under the First Amendment, can be threatened under this law with indefinite incarceration in military prisons, including our offshore penal colonies."

Perhaps Americans simply don't care that their liberty is disappearing right before before their eyes . . . 

'America’s Expanding Kill List' ~ Paul Craig Roberts | Counterpunch

February 12, 2013 ― "We are now witnessing the expansion of Obama’s Kill List [...] Will Americans wake up in time?  I wish I could answer, “yes,” but I regret that Americans are an insouciant people. They are unaware.  Americans are more concerned with sports events, sales, and which celebrities are sleeping together than they are with their liberty. Washington can create a police state, because there are insufficient citizens with the intelligence, education, and awareness to stop Washington."