Skip to comments.Ernst Röhm, Maximilian Robespierre, and Democrat Party Stormtroopers
Posted on 09/10/2020 1:39:45 PM PDT by WWII_Historian
In 1933, Hermann Goering was appointed Minister of the Interior (i.e., Police Commissioner) of Prussia. One of Goerings first innovations was a radical change in the priorities of police, including specific restrictions of police activities. The novelty of Goerings approach was that he departed from the socialist tradition of demanding the abolition of the police, which was first proposed by Vladimir Lenin a quarter of a century before the described events in his article April Theses of 1917.
Another radical proposal of Russian socialists the closure of prisons and the release of all prisoners has been partially implemented by some American Democrat Governors a hundred years later. In the spring of 2020, a massive number of criminals were released from local (non-Federal) prisons allegedly due to the coronavirus who then went on to make a significant contribution to pogroms, looting, and riots.
Minister Goerings first step was staging a grand purge of the police and hiring National Socialist Party activists with no police experience to replace the thousands of dismissed policemen. How could the head of police practically leave citizens to their fate without police protection? This seems more than strange, but Goering had a different task.
The fact is that by that time, the Nazis had already created alternative police, which was subordinate only to the party the so-called SA (Sturmabteilung). The SA stormtroopers wore light brown uniforms. This uniform was bought by the party of German National Socialists the NSDAP at a bargain price from the German army, which kept in its warehouses millions of units of these clothes, prepared for Germanys invasion of Africa during the First World War.
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They got their comeuppance, but too many people had to suffer from them and their movements, before and after.
Linkee doesnt work but yes this is what the DemoNaziCommie party bosses are up to
The February 1917 revolution in Russia was the “dress rehearsal” for the October Revolution.
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