Political chaos awaits the European Union. And out of chaos will come a «man of peace» promoting a new «One World Government». Just like in the German Weimar republic. History repeat`s it self.
The Times of London has the following headline today: «European elections: extremist and fringe parties are the big winners».
The British newspaper writes that:
United Kingdom it self, will send of two new European parliamentarians from British National Party (BNP). This party promotes it self, just like the Nazi-party in Germany did from 1921 onwards.
The Weimar Republic was soon under attack from both left- and right-wing extremists. Now the European Union will face the same.
In the Weimar Germany, there were often as many as 30 parties on the ballot. It became a chaos, and finally put a man who claimed to be a «man of peace» into the Reichtag in Berlin.
The general elections in Germany in 31 July 1932 yielded major gains for the Communist Party (KPD) and the Nazis. The Nazi party won 37.8 per cent of the votes, and supplanting the Social Democrats as the largest party in the Reichstag.
The Catholic party was absorbed by the Nazi-party
The German Centre Party (Deutsche Zentrumspartei or just Zentrum) was a Catholic political party in Germany during the Kaiserreich and the Weimar Republic. The party dissolved itself on 5 July 1933 as a condition of the conclusion of a Concordat between the Pope of Rome and Nazi-Germany.
After World War II, Deutsche Zentrumspartei party was refounded as The Centre Party. But the party could not rise again to its former importance. Most of its members joined the new Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
The Centre Party was represented in the German parliament until 1957. It still exists as a marginal party, mainly based in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia
Anti-democratic wind in election
The Weimar Republic first resulted in apathy, and a could-care-less attitude of its people. But Hitler finally gave the Germans back hope in an emerging One World Government.
The political will in the European Union is going the same way as the Weimar Republic. First apathy, than chaos. In Sundays election, the turnout was about 43 per cent, compared with the low of 45.47 per cent in 2004.
This means 213 million voters in Europe abstained from the poll despite mandatory voting in several countries.
Herr Hitler promised to build a new Empire of peace and prosperity, that would last for 1000 years.
There were just some few trouble makers in the pipeline, that had to be removed first.
No anti-Islamic uprisings in Europe, has stopped with Islam. The Papal soldiers in the Middle Ages quickly started to kill Jews during their march towards Jerusalem to «liberate» the Holy City from Islam. The promoters of the last «false peace» , will also turn their anger against Jews, who refuses to delete Zionism and leave their Biblical heartland of Judea, Samaria and East-Jerusalem.
As Islam continue to invade Europe to create chaos, the anti-Islamic movement will get more wind in their sails. The result will be more chaos, and violence. And more anti-semitism.
The Fascists came to power in Europe, as a result of chaos and violence. And what did Europe get at the end?
Do you recognize the pattern of the spirit of antichist?
First he creates chaos, than he brings the deceptive solution. Again, and again, and again….
This time the stage is set for the coming of the final antichrist, followed by the return of the Jewish Messiah. Serve the Messiah. Put your hope in Him.
Take a look also at this:
The Nazis in Germany won a landslide victory in 1932
The general election in Germany, July 1932:
National Socialist German Workers Party
(Nazi-party) 37.8 per cent.
Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD)
21.9 per cent.
Communist Party of Germany (KPD)
14.6 per cent
Centre Party (Z)
12.3 per cent
German National People’s Party (DNVP)
6.1 per cent
Bavarian People’s Party (BVP)
3.6 per cent
German People’s Party (DVP)
1.2 per cent
German Democratic Party (DStP)
0.7 per cent
Christian Social People’s Service (CSVD)
0.5 per cent
Reich Party of the German Middle Class (WP)
0.3 per cent
German Farmers’ Party (DBP)
0.3 per cent
0.3 per cent
German Country Party
0.2 per cent
Right-Wing People’s Party
0.2 per cent
0.0 per cent
The Nazis won 230 seats of the total of 608 seats in the Reichtag. In this election, the Nazi´s got 19 per cent more votes than in the previous election. Almost 4 out of 10 Germans wanted the Nazis to rule.
But does that legitimate the Nazi-ideology?
Does their election win, legitimate the German election?
Should not Nazism have been dealt with before it became a legitimate political force?
First Published: 08.06.09.