Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso referred to Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, which was interpreted as praising the Nazi regime.
“Germany’s Weimar constitution was changed before anyone realized,” Aso said in his typically rambling style, according to accounts in various Japanese media.
“It was altered before anyone was aware. Why don’t we learn from that technique?” Aso said. “I don’t want us to decide (on the constitution) amid commotion and excitement. We should carry this out after a calm public debate.”
South Korean media criticized Aso’s remarks, and the Simon Wiesenthal Center asked him to clarify them.
“The only lessons on governance that the world should draw from the Nazi Third Reich is how those in positions of power should not behave,” Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean at the center, said in a statement on the group’s website.
Source: Jerusalem Post
The problem with democratic constitutions, has always been that supreme leaders finds if difficult to do whatever they desire. Democratic institutions have always offered unwanted limitations.
Adolf told the Germans that new treats in Europe demanded a revision of the constitution, and strengthening of executive powers.
Not so different from the rhetoric of Barack Hussein, who has ruled in the US for six years, gradually setting aside the US Constitution.
Hitler portrayed Stain as “one of these threats” to Germany and world peace . But Hitler was not more scared of the Russian leader, than that he entered into a peace agreement with him.
The “peace agreement” was called the “German–Soviet Boundary and Friendship Treaty”. It was singed by Sovjiet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov and the German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, on 23rd of August 1939. One week later, the second World War broke out.
The new “peace agreement” divided Poland into to two parts. Nazi-Germany took half of Poland, and Russia the other half.
This is not so unlike the deal that Washington D.C desire to see signed by Jews and Arabs. The mountains of Zion is already divided, and large parts returned back under the occupation of Islam.
The Russian-German “peace deal” did not last. Germany had hidden motives behind these “peace negotiations”. Hitler used a brief moment of “peace” to plan for the ultimate war. And as soon as Paris and London were captured, Hitler planned to launch a bid to take Moscow, the center of his “peace partners”. The Nazis broke the “peace deal” after 22 months, attacking Russia on June 22nd 1941.
This Nazi war process are not so different from the Islamic motives behind a possible “peace treaty” with Israel. First they took Nablus and Hebron. When Jerusalem is captured, Tel Aviv and Haifa will be their next targets.
The spirit of Nazism never changed. It just came back inside men of different colors, living in different nations.
Written by Ivar