The Living Force
Joe said:Gaby said:If Nazi Germany was just a "trial run", all this "gender dystopia", racial conflicts and postmodernism "rights" could seriously backfire or be used as an excuse to implement "a master race" and/or get rid of all the undesirables. Or maybe it will be different.
On the trial run idea, I was thinking that in the rise of the Nazis, the victimhood of the German people was strongly promoted. That then morphed into 'social justice' and a sense of entitlement and righteousness that the Nazis harnessed to do everything they are doing. So where do we see victimhood and entitlement today and who are the 'warring' factions?
Most probably we will not see the same but something somewhat similar. For example "the USA were victims on 9/11" and they raised the war against terror. So we have the US and their allies (NATO etc) / subordinate states on one side and countries like Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and also Russia on the other side. I think this time the great war is much more hidden and may be fought also via the economy and via false flags.
There are some differences of this scenario to the situation today. After WWI Germany became a republic instead of an empire and Germans had to get used to democracy. The Weimar Republic years were very unstable after a revolution. We had a hyperinflation and there was the Great Depression. And there were a lot of problems connected with the WW1 reparations and after war problems.
And most probably I do not see the whole picture of both times.