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Ce-au fost și ce-au ajuns. Revista Time, Merkel și Hitler

In spaime on Decembrie 9, 2015 at 10:41 pm

Revista TIME o desemneaza pe Merkel “Persoana anului 2015”. Laudativ, sa ne-ntelegem.

Prostie? Ticalosie? Incompetenta? Sau toate la un loc?

Nu mai conteaza. Cert este un lucru: vorbim de complicitate criminala cu cei care azi, acum, distrug lumea civilizata. Cu cei mai nocivi, mediocri, incompetenti lideri ai lumii (inca) libere, pe care centralele internationale de propaganda Corecta Politic si Psihiatric Multiculturala (Stanga, da) ii elogiaza, malformand astfel opinia publica interna si internationala, privand-o de elementara informatie, onest si obiectiv prezentata, de elementarul contact cu realitatea. Adica lipsind publicul larg de instinctul de conservare a propriei vieti, libertati si civilizatii, pentru ca fara informatie …

Ce-a fost si ce-a ajuns revista TIME … Acelasi lucru se poate spune, din pacate, si despre New York Times si alte foste institutii de presa occidentale, odinioara respectabile.

Despre Merkel, acum cateva luni, unii  spuneau, pe date si fapte obicetive, cu totul altceva, deloc laudativ. Spuneam ca este (pentru ca era si a ramas) Doamna de Fier Vechi, ruginit, a Europei, bazandu-ne pe aceste argumente:

Revista TIME este de alta parere.

Ce a fost odata, demult, si ce a ajuns publicatia asta vedem cel mai bine facand un arc peste timp, intre 1938 si 2015.

In anul 1938, conform TIME, “Omul anului” era un alt  lider al Germaniei, Adolf Hitler, insa pentru alte motive, altfel prezentate. Sa vedem cum. Incepem in ordine cronologica inversa:


Anul 2015, Time despre Merkel:

“Time magazine has named German chancellor Angela Merkel its Person of the Year, citing her resolve in leading Europe through this summer’s Greek debt crisis, and her encouragement of other countries to open their borders to migrants and refugees.”

“Merkel had already emerged as the indispensable player in managing Europe’s serial debt crises; she also led the West’s response to Vladimir Putin’s creeping theft of Ukraine”.

“For asking more of her country than most politicians would dare, for standing firm against tyranny as well as expedience and for providing steadfast moral leadership in a world where it is in short supply, Angela Merkel is Time’s Person of the Year.”

Person of the Year 2015: The Choice

V-a stat mintea-n loc? E bine. Inseamna ca o aveti si a luat si ea sarmana o pauza de oxigenare si regrupare.

Da, ati citit bine: Merkel este un mare lider, cu exceptionale virtuti politice si morale. Eroina planetei, ce mai incolo-ncoace, deoarece:

-a rezolvat criza datoriei grecesti (cand? cum? unde?)

-lupta cu tirania (cand? cum? unde? pentru ca pana una alta ea tiranizeaza in propria tara libera exprimare pe tema invaziei musulmane si nu numai)

– “leadership MORAL” (cand?cum?unde? sau acum e moral sa-ti faci praf propria tara si continentul facandu-i praf, cu invazia musulmana pe care ai invitat-o, valorile si civilizatia, punand in pericol grav viata, libertatea si siguranta propriilor cetateni si pe a celor europeni?)

– l-a pus cu botul pe labe pe Putin (cand? unde? cum? ca pana una alta, eu imi aduc aminte ca alta doamna, Nuland pe nume, de origine americana, in legatura cu criza din Ucraina si atitudinea Germaniei lu’ Merkel a exclamat “Fuck EU!”, si nu de multumire)

Acum sa comparam cu ce si cum scria acelasi TIME  in secolul trecut:

Adolf Hitler: Man of the Year, 1938

Monday, Jan. 02, 1939,9171,760539-1,00.htm

“Greatest single news event of 1938 took place on September 29, when four statesmen met at the Führerhaus, in Munich, to redraw the map of Europe. The three visiting statesmen at that historic conference were Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain of Great Britain, Premier Edouard Daladier of France, and Dictator Benito Mussolini of Italy. But by all odds the dominating figure at Munich was the German host, Adolf Hitler.

Führer of the German people, Commander-in-Chief of the German Army, Navy & Air Force, Chancellor of the Third Reich, Herr Hitler reaped on that day at Munich the harvest of an audacious, defiant, ruthless foreign policy he had pursued for five and a half years. He had torn the Treaty of Versailles to shreds. He had rearmed Germany to the teeth— or as close to the teeth as he was able. He had stolen Austria before the eyes of a horrified and apparently impotent world. […]

The Russian Communist Revolution promoted the evil of class war. Hitler topped it by another, race war. Fascism and Communism both resurrected religious war. These multiple forms of barbarism gave shape in 1938 to an issue over which men may again, perhaps soon, shed blood: the issue of civilized liberty v. barbaric authoritarianism.

What Adolf Hitler & Co. did to Germany in less than six years was applauded wildly and ecstatically by most Germans. He lifted the nation from post-War defeatism. Under the swastika Germany was unified. His was no ordinary dictatorship, but rather one of great energy and magnificent planning.

The „socialist” part of National Socialism might be scoffed at by hard-&-fast Marxists, but the Nazi movement nevertheless had a mass basis. The […] grandiose plans for rebuilding German cities made Germans burst with pride. Germans might eat many substitute foods or wear ersatz clothes but they did eat.

What Adolf Hitler & Co. did to the German people in that time left civilized men and women aghast. Civil rights and liberties have disappeared. Opposition to the Nazi regime has become tantamount to suicide or worse. Free speech and free assembly are anachronisms. The reputations of the once-vaunted German centres of learning have vanished. Education has been reduced to a National Socialist catechism.

Pace Quickened. Germany’s 700,000 Jews have been tortured physically, robbed of homes and properties, denied a chance to earn a living, chased off the streets. Now they are being held for „ransom,” a gangster trick through the ages. But not only Jews have suffered. Out of Germany has come a steady, ever-swelling stream of refugees, Jews and Gentiles, liberals and conservatives, Catholics as well as Protestants, who could stand Naziism no longer. TIME’S cover, showing Organist Adolf Hitler playing his hymn of hate in a desecrated cathedral while victims dangle on a St. Catherine’s wheel and the Nazi hierarchy looks on, was drawn by Baron Rudolph Charles von Ripper (see p. 20), a Catholic who found Germany intolerable.

Meanwhile, Germany has become a nation of uniforms, goose-stepping to Hitler’s tune, where boys of ten are taught to throw hand grenades, where women are regarded as breeding machines.

Most cruel joke of all, however, has been played by Hitler & Co. on those German capitalists and small businessmen who once backed National Socialism as a means of saving Germany’s bourgeois economic structure from radicalism.

The Nazi credo that the individual belongs to the state also applies to business. Some businesses have been confiscated outright, on others what amounts to a capital tax has been levied. Profits have been strictly controlled. Some idea of the increasing Governmental control and interference in business could be deduced from the fact that 80% of all building and 50% of all industrial orders in Germany originated last year with the Government. Hard-pressed for foodstuffs as well as funds, the Nazi regime has taken over large estates and in many instances collectivized agriculture, a procedure fundamentally similar to Russian Communism.

When Germany took over Austria she took upon herself the care and feeding of 7,000,000 poor relations. When 3,500,000 Sudetens were absorbed, there were that many more mouths to feed.

As 1938 drew to a close many were the signs that the Nazi economy of exchange control, barter trade, lowered standard of living, „self-sufficiency,” was cracking. Nor were signs lacking that many Germans disliked the cruelties of their Government, but were afraid to protest them. Having a hard time to provide enough bread to go round, Führer Hitler was being driven to give the German people another diverting circus. The Nazi controlled press, jumping the rope at the count of Propaganda Minister Paul Joseph Goebbels, shrieked insults at real and imagined enemies. […]

To those who watched the closing events of the year it seemed more than probable that the Man of 1938 may make 1939 a year to be remembered.”

Eh, cam asa a evoluat majoritatea presei occidentale de mare impact, odinioara serioasa: de la jurnalism profesionist si analiza politica obiectiva si responsabila, la propaganda progresist-multiculturala deșănțată. Nu ma credeti? Cititi integral ambele texte ale revistei Time, cel despre Adolf si cel despre Angela, ganditi si comparati.

Cum vom evolua noi, cu asa elite politice si mediatice? Raspunsul e-n plina desfasurare, iar perspectiva nu-i  optimista, daramite grozava.

Ce se va alege de Angela Merkel? Nu stim daca acelasi lucru ca din Hitler, dar sigur nu se va bucura de aceeasi apreciere ca a revistei Time. Sansele sunt ca, mai degraba, va ramane-n istorie si-n memoria colectiva ca politicianul responsabil pentru distrugerea rapida (si partial ireversibila) a civilizatiei europene prin islamizare si comunizare de tip nou, multicultural progresist.

Sa nu iubesti politica nemteasca? Ce simplu fac ei praf continentul a treia oara intr-un secol. Politicienii germani si gandirea lor traditional metalurgica …


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