Another Nazi Push to Capture The White House?

October 20, 2013

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Unknown to many Americans, there is an unbroken line of Nazi influence from the end of World War Two directly into the Republican Party. The book pictured above, “Old Nazis, the New Right, and the Republican Party” describes in detail the embarrassment to the George H.W. Bush campaign when this was revealed. The vehicle for inserting Nazis into the Republican Party in that case was the Republican Ethnic Heritage Groups Council, a nest of European Fascists that attempted to steer voting blocks during Bush’s election.
But the origin of Nazi influence goes back much further. At the end of WW2 thousands of Nazis were brought into the United States. Many of these were scientists that went on to build the U.S. space program (ie: weapons and bio-warfare). These people were surely no bleeding heart liberals, and they burrowed into the Republican Party. One such example is Helene von Damm, who had worked with another Americanized Nazi, Otto von Bolschwing – a former Nazi S.S. liaison officer to the feared Romanian Iron Guard. Helena von Damm would later become Ronald Reagan’s appointment secretary in both California and in The White House. The overt anti-Semitism of the old Nazis had given way to a broader version of “The Fascist International”, reflected in Republican foreign policy.
This is a long and sordid history, which will be touched on in future articles. For the current signs of Nazi influence, we need look no further than that of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s recent trial balloon of running for the Presidency – something that would require changing the U.S. Constitution.

From The Huffington Post:

“More than two years removed from his final days as California governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger reportedly has his sights set on higher office — even though current rules dictate he can’t run.
The New York Post published a report Friday claiming that Schwarzenegger is mulling a push to change the section of the U.S. Constitution requiring presidential candidates to be American-born. Schwarzenegger was born in Austria, and obtained his U.S. citizenship in 1983.
“Schwarzenegger has been talking openly about working on getting the constitutional rules changed so he can run for president in 2016,” the source claimed to the Post. “He is ready to file legal paperwork to challenge the rules.”

Now here’s the deal; for years Arnold has dodged the issue of his father’s membership in The Nazi Party.
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From USA Today:

“Records: Arnold’s father was member of Nazi storm troops
VIENNA, Austria (AP) — It’s just a tiny typewritten line tucked away in an immense archive, but it sheds further light on the Nazi past of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s father.
The brief entry in one of millions of documents stored at the Austrian State Archives shows that Gustav Schwarzenegger, the late father of the film star now running for governor of California, was a volunteer member of the Sturmabteilung, or SA — the notorious Nazi storm troopers also known as brownshirts.
The father’s Nazi Party membership and combat record in the German army are not new, and his son’s dismay about it is well known. The revelations of SA membership that emerged a week ago add another strand to the murky story.
The “SA 1.5.1939” listing shows that the elder Schwarzenegger joined May 1, 1939, the year after Germany annexed Austria and six months after the brownshirts played a crucial role in the bloody Kristallnacht riots.

More directly, Arnold has been described as an admirer of Hitler. From The New York Times:

“A film producer who chronicled Arnold Schwarzenegger’s rise to fame as a champion bodybuilder in the 1970’s circulated a book proposal six years ago that quoted the young Mr. Schwarzenegger expressing admiration for Adolf Hitler.
The book proposal by the producer, George Butler, included what were presented as verbatim excerpts from interviews with Mr. Schwarzenegger in the filming of the documentary ”Pumping Iron.” In a part of the interview not used in the film, Mr. Schwarzenegger was asked to name his heroes — ”who do you admire most.”
”It depends for what,” Mr. Schwarzenegger said, according to the transcript in the book proposal. ”I admired Hitler, for instance, because he came from being a little man with almost no formal education up to power. And I admire him for being such a good public speaker.”
In addition to the transcript, Mr. Butler wrote in his book proposal that in the 1970’s, he considered Mr. Schwarzenegger a ”flagrant, outspoken admirer of Hitler.” In the proposal, Mr. Butler also said he had seen Mr. Schwarzenegger playing ”Nazi marching songs from long-playing records in his collection at home” and said that the actor ”frequently clicked his heels and pretended to be an S.S. officer.”

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One wonders if, after all the complete hysteria in the Republican Party belief that President Obama is secretly not a U.S. citizen – would the Republicans allow a push to change the Constitution and allow an Austrian with Nazi family history to become President?
Well, desperate fascists always look for a strong man.

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2 Responses to Another Nazi Push to Capture The White House?

  1. Bob Patterson on October 21, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    Interesting. I did not know that.

  2. BRUCE on February 10, 2014 at 9:06 pm

    Compare our ‘Patriot Act’ to the legislation the Nazi’s enacted just after the parliament bombing and tell me that GW and his co-conspirators didn’t use it as a blue print. Content essentially the same and the results the same. Connection between NeoCons and Nazis? You tell me.

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