Years ago, I had thought that the notion of a Fourth Reich was a far-fetched idea shelved in the hauls of ‘conspiracy theories’, since no one in the right mind would fall for Nazism again. Today, after you journey with me on what I have explored, you, as I did, will be compelled to completely change your mind, as you shall see, the new trap is of different design, yet leads to the same evil results.
If you think I am kidding, just watch this:
It is truly surreal to see history repeating itself in Germany. It is conventionally believed that Germany is a righteous country, that it is not going to return to its evil roots, and that it is being tormented by violent migrants. It is certainly true that Muslim migrants are detrimental to Europe, but there is another occurrence taking place, a far more sinister plan behind it, and very few are noticing it.
The Muslims did not just barge into Europe, they were encouraged and allowed in by European elites, in a conspiracy with Turkey, in order to cause enough chaos in the continent to provoke the masses to accept totalitarianism as the solution. With the rise of Islamic violence, comes the intensification of racial division in the society, and with this, people become prone to racialist theories, and thus comes the upsurge of Nazi politicians in Germany. The governmental officials responsible for allowing in the Muslim hordes knew very well what consequences would come about by allowing people from Islamic countries. It was all part of a plan: bring in waves of Muslims, knowing that they will cause violence, stir the people’s emotions to accepting tyranny.
We see this with the rise of the Alternative for Germany Party (AfD), which consists of politicians in favor of Nazism, Social Darwinism and eugenics. The AfD has recently become the third largest party in Germany, it continues to increase in popularity, while the two establishment parties — the Christian Democratic Union and the Social Democratic Party of Germany — continue to decline in popularity. While the AfD grows, it is receiving substantial support from “conservative” groups and organizations in the United States. Shoebat.com did an extensive investigation on the AfD, looking at German sources that little to no English speaking media outlets are reporting on.
Like in the US, Germany has been dominated by two parties: the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and the Social Democratic Party of Germany (CDP). They are referred to as “Volksparteien,” or “people’s parties,” and between each other they divided up to 80% of the vote. But thanks to the inundation of refugees into Germany, this is now changing. With collective hatred for Merkel intensifying, the racialist political party, AfD (Alternative for Germany Party), is filling in the vacuum that was formed on account of angry conservatives dissenting from the traditional establishment of the CDU. As one German report states:
“Because Merkel has abandoned those on the right wing of the CDU, the AfD has filled the void and has been boosted by the refugee crisis. That, in turn, could spell the end to the CDU’s firm grip on the conservative half of Germany’s political spectrum.”
It was not until 2013, at the beginning of the refugee crises in Germany, that the AfD arose and that a party like it received nationwide attention. Now the AfD is the third largest party in Germany, and it is growing in popularity as both the CDP and the CDU are quickly losing support.
A major member of the AfD, Bjorn Hocke, has been very active teaching Social-Darwinist ideology. He was invited to the Philip Rushton Community Center to give a lecture on ‘Race, Evolution and Behavior’. He is heavily influenced by the British-Canadian Social-Darwinist, J, Philippe Rushton. Rushton was very vocal and outspoken about his support for eugenics, and even went so far as to blame Holocaust survivors for making the study of eugenics taboo. The AfD official, Hocke, has openly referenced Rushton’s book, Race, Evolution and Behavior, in which it is written:
“Among the refugees who fled Nazi persecution and entered Britain and the United States in the 1930s and 1940s there were many who exerted a powerful influence on the Zeitgeist of the social sciences, helping to create an orthodoxy of egalitarianism and environmentalism (Degler, 1991).” (p. 14)
Rushton affirms in his book that he is following the legacy of Francis Galton, the nephew of Charles Darwin and the founder of eugenic studies, and his publication is littered with Galton’s name. He writes in his book:
“Many nineteenth-century scientists including Broca, Darwin, Galton, Lombroso, and Morton concluded that there were racial differences in brain size” (p. 238)
Francis Galton defined eugenics as “the science which deals with all influences that improve the inborn qualities of a race; also with those that develop them to the utmost advantage.” Galton was of course continuing the teaching of his uncle, Charles Darwin, who wrote:
“With savages, the weak in body and mind are soon eliminated; and those that survive commonly exhibit a vigorous state of health. We civilized men, on the other hand, do our utmost to check the process of elimination; we build asylums for the imbecile, the maimed and the sick; we institute poor laws; and our medical men exert their utmost skill to save the life of everyone to the last moment. There is reason to believe that vaccination has preserved thousands who, from a weak constitution, would formerly have succumbed to smallpox. Thus, the weak members of civilized society propagate their kind. No one who has attended to the breeding of domestic animals will doubt that this must be highly injurious to the race of man. It is surprising how soon a want of care, or care wrongly directed, leads to the degeneration of a domestic race; but, excepting in the case of man himself, hardly anyone is so ignorant as to allow his worst animals to breed.” (Darwin, The Descent of Man, 2nd ed., pp. 133-134, 1887)
In January of this year, it was reported in a German publication on how Stefan Moller, an official spokesman for the AfD, sent out an email in which was posted a photo of Hocke with six other AfD members, alongside Tommy Frenck, a neo-Nazi occultist from Hildburghausen. On Tommy’s neck is a tattoo that proudly says, “Aryan,” and on his shoulder is another tattoo of the occult image of the Black Sun, and on his arm is a tattoo of a skull with the Wehrmacht helmet.