Greece copy the 1932 election in Germany

The election in Greece copied the last election of the Weimar republic in Germany in 1932.  Now, everyone is waiting for the final strong leader.

The Greek voters has 27 parties to chose from. The chaos is a copy of the last days of the Weimar Republic in pre-Nazi Germany.

The ruling Social Democratic party (PES) fell from 43 to 13 per cent from 2009 to 2012. That is a larger fall than the SPD’s fall in Germany from their victory in 1928 to the defeat in the 1932-election.

The two main parties, New Democracy and Pasok, attracted less than a third of the vote, in an election plunging Greece into political uncertainty.

Chancellor Angela Merkel said Greece’s reforms were of “utmost importance”.

With about 99 per cent of votes counted, centre-right New Democracy (ND) is leading with 18.9 per cent, down from 33.5 percent in 2009.

A radical left coalition, Syriza, came second with 16.8 per cent and a party of ultra-nationalists – Golden Dawn – polled almost 7 percent..

PASOK, which has spent 21 years in government since 1981 and stormed to victory with more than 43 per cent in 2009, saw its support slashed to 13.18 per cent. It will have just 41 seats, compared to 160 in the last election.

Unemployment has soared to a record of over 21 per cent.

The uncertainty weighed on markets across Europe, with the Athens exchange tumbling 7.3 per cent in midday trading.

Source: The BBC and other media.

My comment:

It is a huge paradox in life, how the European media can not see that the Greek election has resulted in an exact copy of the last election in the Weimar Republic in Germany.

The Social Democratic party (SPD) in Germany won the 1928 election. The Nazi party got hardly 2 per cent.  In 1932, the SPD lost.

The ruling parties in Greece have been decimated by 50 per cent. Now everyone wants a strong man to rise in Europe, and take the continent out of the present chaos.

 Daniel 7:23-26

“He gave me this explanation: ‘The fourth beast is a fourth kingdom that will appear on earth. It will be different from all the other kingdoms and will devour the whole earth, trampling it down and crushing it. The ten horns are ten kings who will come from this kingdom. After them another king will arise, different from the earlier ones; he will subdue three kings.  He will speak against the Most High and oppress his saints and try to change the set times and the laws. The saints will be handed over to him for a time, times and half a time.

 “‘But the court will sit, and his power will be taken away and completely destroyed forever.

Even to unemployment rate in Germany in 1932 and in Greece in 2012 is almost the exact copy.

Welcome to the age, of the rising final antichrist.

Written by Ivar

9 thoughts on “Greece copy the 1932 election in Germany

  1. The nazi party received 37% of the votes in 1932. The greek neo-nazi party received 7% of the votes.
    I can see similarities with 1930 (when nazis received 18%, while the parliament had no parties able to form a parliamentary majority), but not with 1932.
    Furthermore the left is much stronger than it was in the last days of Weimar Republic.

    1. Dear Myystt


      The Nazi-party will not rule in Greece. The local Nazi-party will scare people to accept totalitarian rule in the new European state. The 2012 election in Greece will be used to push the national assembly in Athene aside. Just like the Norwegian national assembly has set its self aside.

      30 per cent of the laws in Norway, have now been decided in the European parliament. ALL new laws in Europe, is above national laws.

      This change has taken place, despite the Norwegians voting “no to EU” in two national referendums. The totalitarians among us do not look like the totalitarians from the past. But they are alive and active.

      1. The elections in Greece gave a strong left opposition in contrast with the Weimar Republic.

        Here is a brief analysis:
        Total:300 seats
        The poles that are being formed are:

        KKE (Communist) – 8.48% (26 seats)
        2009 – 7.59% (21 seats)
        SYRIZA (Radical Left) – 16.78% (52 seats)
        2009 – 4.6% (13 seats)
        SYRIZA opposed strongly the austerity of the previous PASOK, later, PASOK-ND-LAOS and finally PASOK-ND government receiving the majority of the anti-governmental vote.
        Democratic Left (Left) – 6.11% (19 seats)
        new paty (descending from SYRIZA)
        Left and Green parties without parliamentary representation – 7%

        Centrist-Left, Centrist and Liberal Parties without parliamentary representation – 8%

        PASOK (Social Democratic) – 13.18% (41 seats)
        2009 – 43.92% (160 seats)
        ND (Centrist-Right) – 18.85% (112 seats)
        2009 – 33.47% (91 seats)
        Those parties received 149 seats with 31% of the votes and they can’t form a new government since noone is cooperating with them after receiving 77% of the votes in 2009.

        Independed Greeks (Centrist-Right) – 10.6 (33 seats)
        new party (descending from New Democracy)
        Independed Greeks are opposing ND’s austerity policies
        LAOS (Right) – 2.9%
        2009 – 5.63% (15 seats)
        LAOS was the other one of three parties that formed a government after PASOK’s government collapsed in 2010 so it losed half of it’s power in favor of Independed Greeks and Golden Dawn.
        Other Right Parties without parliamentary representation – 1%

        Golden Dawn (Neo-nazi) – 6.97% (21 seats)
        2009 – 0.29%
        Golden Dawn received mostly “antisystemic” vote from PASOK, ND and LAOS voters. However it seems that it can’t follow the dynamics of the original national-socialist party since the centrist austerity parties are losing their audience to the Left (mainly), to Independed Greeks (secondary) and to smaller liberal parties. This 7% is a thorn, but hardly a catalyst of events.

      2. Dear myystt


        The German leader Angela Merkel suggested some moths ago that the EU should place a governor in Athene to oversee that Greece repay its debts.

        What do you feel will come, if the fragmented left parties decide not to pay back the debts?

        Greece will soon see a “temporarily enforcement” of an administrative ordinance sent by the EU. It will off course only be temporarily. Just an over national “helping board”, while the Greek’s try to form a new government, that will have to stand with its “international commitments”.

  2. Well.. That move would be catalysis of democracy. I don’t think that Germany or the EU could keep a democratic face denying democracy in a EU country. It’s impossible.
    In the (tiny) chance something like that occurs, I don’t think they can convince European peoples for their right to do so.

    1. Dear myystt


      Do you remember the repayment crisis of Venezuela?

      The crisis ultimately saw Britain accept the United States’ intervention in the dispute to force arbitration of the entire disputed territory, and tacitly accept the United States’ right to intervene under the Monroe Doctrine.

      Ultimately, on 2 February 1897, the Treaty of Washington between Venezuela and the United Kingdom was signed, and ratified several months later.

      (end of wikipedia).

      The FN is the model of the Global World Government. The EU parliament is the model of the government body of the new European state.

      The moral has always been: If you do not pay back your loan, the bank will use the government to take your house. So the best way to take the house away from you, is to lure you to take to much loans. This is ABC…

      Why do you think Greece will escape the rules on the Union?

      1. Because Greece is actually accepting the rules by denying the loan (which was taken by a government without the peoples’ approval to do so).
        The socialists were elected in 2009 having the opposite program than the one that was followed, so the debt can lawfully be denied.
        If the EU decide to break the rules, is another matter.
        Even if the EU actually try something like that, I don’t think the governments can gather the support to do so.
        Venezuela crisis occured a century ago (in another continent even). Two world wars left Europe in pieces since then, the European peoples have memory, they won’t let that easily such a catalysis of democracy in a EU country.
        Moreover there are other countries in the same position as Greece, such as Spain, Italy, Portugal and Ireland.

      2. Dear myystt


        You wrote:

        Moreover there are other countries in the same position as Greece, such as Spain, Italy, Portugal and Ireland.

        My comment:

        All of Europe have ended up in the same dilemma. The common public debt of the EU zone, is 10.000 million Euros. There is no way the government’s can pay back this debt, without handing over authority and power over their national budgets to the Central Bank and the central government. And when a nation do no longer have economical independence, it has become a slave of another power.

        The Bible says the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil. The glory days of pushing you and me into the debt trap, is almost completed. People have been tempted by money, to finance their hedonism and materialistic lifestyle.

  3. Well, these debts should be unacceptable for the people. All the debt that is being created in the EU, is coming from interests of past debts.
    It is in the peoples’ hands to overthrow this situation and I think the peoples have started to realize it, as the elections in Greece and France show.

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