The Gathering Storm
Was May 1 Americaâ€™s version of Hitler in the Rhineland?
On March 7, 1936, Hitler illegally marched into the Rhineland at the head of his then ragtag Reichsarmee (Imperial Army). The Rhineland had been permanently demilitarized by the Treaty of Versailles, which ended World War I â€“ then known as â€śThe Great War.â€ť
In The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, journalist-historian William Shirer told of how on March 7, instead of taking the Fuehrer and his troops prisoner, complacent French troops nearby played soccer. Although the French had heroically held off the Germans for four years during World War I, in June 1940, French troops in the Rhineland would offer at best token resistance before surrendering to the Germans, who steamrolled the entire country in a mere six weeks.
Although we eventually bailed out France, she never recovered from Hitler. You wonder if, had the French stood up to Hitler in 1936, whether they would be bending over for Moslems in 2006.
If America does not stand up to the illegal human beings in her midst, and send them back from whence they came, America will be destroyed within a generation, by which time she will exist in name only.
May Day! May Day!
May 1 was supposed to be a â€śDay Without Immigrants,â€ť and yet all we heard or saw all day via the media, was â€śimmigrantsâ€ť telling us that we were without them, and that our withoutness was hurting us terribly. It didnâ€™t hurt me or mine one bit. Had it not been for the saturation media propaganda, we wouldnâ€™t even have known about it. (Mind you, we had no need to go to Manhattan.)
Had the illegals been serious about making us do without them, they would have slinked off into the proverbial shadows in which they live in the cliches of MSM propagandists. If only they lived in the shadows! It is American citizens â€“ including millions of American workers who have been unemployed for so long that they long ago exhausted their benefits and no longer show up in unemployment statistics, or are chronically underemployed in part-time, low-wage jobs â€“ who have been forced into the shadows by the motley anti-American alliance of the MSM, Americaâ€™s alleged educators, communist organizers, the cheap labor lobbyâ€™s stooges in the U.S. Senate, and the traitor in the White House.
On May 1, alleged TV journalists kept saying that the â€śboycottâ€ť marchers were demonstrating their â€śpower.â€ť At the immigration-restrictionist Web site, VDARE, columnist-blogger James Fulford heard and read the media use the phrase â€śshow of forceâ€ť, though he reports that at least one outlet, the Los Angeles Times, thought better of it, and changed its photo caption from â€śShow of Forceâ€ť to â€śImages of Protest.â€ť