“We are an anti-parliamentarian party that for good reasons rejects the Weimar constitution and its republican institutions. We oppose a fake democracy that treats the intelligent and the foolish, the industrious and the lazy, in the same way. We see in the present system of majorities and organized irresponsibility the main cause of our steadily increasing miseries.
“So why do we want to be in the Reichstag?
“We enter the Reichstag to arm ourselves with the weapons of democracy. If democracy is foolish enough to give us free railway passes and salaries, that is its problem. It does not concern us. Any way of bringing about the revolution is fine by us.
“If we succeed in getting sixty or seventy of our party’s agitators and organizers elected to the various parliaments, the state itself will pay for our fighting organization. That is amusing and entertaining enough to be worth trying. ~ Joseph Goebbels, 1928
If you don’t know who Joseph Goebbels is / was, look him up.
Which leads me into the new Reichstag of the liberal-progressive leftist DemoMarxist communists who seem hellbent in pursuit of bringing down the duly-elected president and his administration currently governing the Constitutional Republic of the United States.
The issue isn’t that InfoWars was banned, but that Alex Jones was banned by four unbelievably powerful companies working in concert within the span of 12 hours. As in 1) Apple $ 1 Trillion Value; 2) Google $ 850 Billion; 3) Facebook $ 500 Billion; 4) Spotify $ 32 Billion … all with a combined total of $ 2.4 Trillion.
To put that in perspective only the so-called Group of Seven countries have a similar value/influence globally: United States; Japan; Germany; France; United Kingdom; Italy, and Canada.
The dangerous thing about those four relatively recent tech companies however, is that they exercise what appears to be an effectively assumed “sovereign power”; a dangerous precedent indeed to the principles of ‘Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness’ endowed to us by the Founding Fathers.
First up, Paul Joseph Watson on the implications…
“Will we be corrupted by joining parliament? Not likely. Do you think us such miserable revolutionaries that you fear that the thick red carpets and the well-upholstered sleeping halls will make us forget our historical mission?
“Is our entry into the Reichstag the beginning of a compromise? Do you really think that we who have stood before you a hundred or a thousand times preaching faith in a new Germany, who have smilingly faced death dozens of times from the red mob, who have joined you in battling every form of resistance whether of official or nonofficial nature, who have bent before no command or terror, do you really think that we would lay down our weapons in exchange for a railroad pass? ~ Joseph Goebbels, 1928
Alex Jones, free citizen of the Constitutional Republic of the United States, states his case…
“If we only wanted to become representatives, we would not be National Socialists, but German National Party members or Social Democrats. We do not beg for votes. We demand conviction, devotion, passion! A vote is only a tool for us as well as for you. We will march into the marble halls of parliament, bringing with us the revolutionary will of the broad masses from which we came, called by fate and forming fate. We do not want to join this pile of manure. We are coming to shovel it out.
“Do not believe that parliament is our goal. We have shown the enemy our nature from the podiums of our mass meetings and in the enormous demonstrations of our brown army. We will show it as well in the leaden atmosphere of parliament. We are coming neither as friends or neutrals. We come as enemies! As the wolf attacks the sheep, so come we. You are not among your friends any longer! You will not enjoy having us among you!” ~ Joseph Goebbels, 1928
Joseph Goebbels on The Reichstag and why the NAZIs want Seats There
Plus: Conservative Treehouse
Alex Jones and InfoWars