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Rise and Fall of Indian NAZIS – Important Coincidences

Rise and Fall of Indian NAZIS – Important
Coincidences



We all have read about
Hitler and his rise and fall in discovery channel and documentaries but didn’t
realize the similarity with our own Indian Nazis.



This message is meant for
99.9999999% Indians who don’t have any idea of hidden agenda of Indian Nazis
kept secret like Coca Cola formula in some secure locker.



We need ‘Unifying Political
Inclusive Program That Guarantee Minimum Income Levels for All Our People and
Allow Equal Opportunity To Citizens and Sharing of Natural Resources for
Prosperous and Developed Country.’



Today Onion prices doubled –
there was some Invisible Direction to double Onion Prices just before Budget
Session and after the Onion Harvest was acquired by traders.



1. Indian Nazis admire
Hitler privately and few publicly. While Hitler’s Nazis were equipped with Fire
Arms – Indians carry Lathis.



2. Indian Nazis practiced
discrimination on Caste, Class and Religion.



3.  Indian Nazis killed Mahatama Gandhi on
January30, 1948 – exactly Sixteen years after the Rise of Hitler and Nazi
Party.



4.  Indian Nazis came to power in 1998 with One
Third Seats in Lok Sabha just like Hitler Nazi Party.



5. Just like Nazi Party of
Hitler – Indian Nazi Party made Fabulous Promises to the Poor but actually made
them poorer and doubled up programs to Enrich Few Families.



6.  Just like Hitler – Indian Nazi Party staked
claims to form the Government with just 180/543 seats and President of India –
though knew Indian Nazi Party had no majority support allowed them to form the
government.



7.  Indian Nazis exploded Five Nuclear Bombs
within weeks of assuming Charge of Prime Minister Office exactly like Hitler who
burned down German Reich.



8.  After some initial political failures Indian
Nazi Party succeeded in forming Government that lasted full term 1999 onwards.



9.  Like Hitler Nazis Party – Indian Nazi Party
planted their own hard core supporters in key GOI positions – Judiciary,
Executive, Promoted NGOs supporting it.



10.  Indian Nazi Party exceeded Adolf Hitler – It
let Indian Corporate ‘Absolute Control of Their Companies’ – ejecting Small
Investors.



11.  Indian Nazi Party repealed FERA so that Foreign
Money and Black Money transactions don’t invite any penal provisions.



12.  Indian Nazi Party let few Company Heads free
access to Mines, Minerals, Oil & Gas, Bank Credits etc.



13.  All government free lands were Handed over to
Few Families free of cost for Jatropha Plantation, Forestation etc.



14.  Indian Nazi Party to Crush Any Resistance cripple
farmers and poor – Froze MSP to Farmers to Below Inflation Level and Minimum
wages to labor, and Completely Neglected MSMEs.



15.  Hitler
invaded neighbors – Indian Nazis put the Armed Forces on Full Readiness for
entire term – went for Kargill War.



16.  Like
Hitler launched ‘Shining India Campaign’ to Mislead People of India in to
voting Indian Nazis to power again.



17.  Since
then Indian Nazis have lost and have Opposed every GOI program to empower 99%
Indians.



19.  Indian
Nazis conspire every day to Over Throw GOI.



20.  Indian
Nazis are reduced to three large states – Gujarat,
MP and Chhatisgarh – actually two because MP and Chhatisgarh were one state
until 2000, but still aspire to come to power in 2014 without explaining its Hidden
Agenda and disclosing and implementing it.



Ravinder Singh

Progressindia008@yahoo.com

January31, 2013

"The rise of the Nazis was made possible because
the elite of German society worked with them, but also, above all else, because
most in Germany
at least tolerated this rise," Merkel said.



After winning about a third of the vote in Germany's 1932 election, Hitler convinced ailing
President Paul von Hindenburg to appoint him chancellor on Jan. 30, 1933 --
setting Germany
on a course to war and genocide.



"This path ended in Auschwitz,"
said Andreas Nachama, the director of the Topography of Terror.



Germany marks 80 years since Adolf Hitler rose to power



http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/germany-marks-80-years-since-adolf-hitler-rose-to-power-1.1135535#ixzz2JUR7YF9M

David Rising, The Associated Press

Jan. 30, 2013

BERLIN -- On the 80th anniversary of Adolf Hitler's rise to
power, Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germans to always fight for their
principles and not fall into the complacency that enabled the Nazi dictator to
seize control.



Speaking Wednesday at the
opening of a new exhibit at the Topography of Terror memorial documenting
Hitler's election, Merkel noted that German academics and students at the time
happily joined the Nazis only a few months later in burning books deemed
subversive.



"The rise of the Nazis
was made possible because the elite of German society worked with them, but
also, above all else, because most in Germany at least tolerated this
rise," Merkel said.



After winning about a third
of the vote in Germany's
1932 election, Hitler convinced ailing President Paul von Hindenburg to appoint
him chancellor on Jan. 30, 1933 -- setting Germany on a course to war and
genocide.



"This path ended in Auschwitz," said Andreas Nachama, the director of
the Topography of Terror.



The Topography memorial is
built around the ruins of buildings where the Gestapo secret police, the SS and
the Reich Security Main Office ran Hitler's police state from 1933 to 1945. A
stretch of the Berlin Wall along the edge serves as a reminder of Germany's
second dictatorship under the Communists in the 20th century.



Once chancellor, Hitler was
able to use his position to consolidate absolute control over the country in
the months to follow.



About a month after being
appointed chancellor, Hitler used the torching of the Reichstag parliament building
-- blamed on a Dutch communist -- to strengthen his grip on power. He suspended
civil liberties and cracked down on opposition parties, paving the way for the
police state.



By midsummer 1933, he had
declared the Nazi Party to be the only political party in Germany. He later named himself
"Fuehrer" or "Leader" of the country.



The fact that Hitler was
able to destroy German democracy in only six months serves as a warning today
of what can happen if the public is apathetic, Merkel said.



"Human rights do not
assert themselves on their own; freedom does not emerge on its own; and
democracy does not succeed on its own," Merkel said. "No, a dynamic
society ... needs people who have regard and respect for one another, who take
responsibility for themselves and others, where people take courageous and open
decisions and who are prepared to accept criticism and opposition."



Following the morning
ceremony, Germany's
Parliament held a special session in tribute to those who died under the Nazi
dictatorship.

Inge Deutschkron, a
90-year-old Jewish Berliner and writer, recalled Germans celebrating Hitler's
rise to power as she addressed lawmakers.



She remembered her family
growing more tense over the subsequent weeks amid worries about Hitler's
paramilitary SA thugs who roamed the streets.

"Often, I couldn't get
to sleep in the evenings and listened for footsteps in the staircase," she
said. "If they were boots, I became afraid they could be SA men coming to
arrest my father."



Deutschkron's father managed
to escape to England shortly
before World War II, while she and her mother were hidden by friends in Berlin for the final
years of the war.



She recalled most ordinary
Germans' indifference to the fate of Jews, who were forced to wear yellow
stars.



"The majority of
Germans I met in the streets looked away when they saw this star on me -- or
looked straight through me," she said.



And when she visited West Germany's capital of Bonn after the war, she recalled that most
"had simply erased from their memory the crimes for which the German state
had set up its own machinery of murder."



Deutschkron remembered West Germany's
first postwar chancellor, Konrad Adenauer, saying that most Germans opposed the
Nazis' crimes against Jews and that many had helped Jews to escape.



"If only that had been
the truth," she said.



A poster, front center,
showing Adolf Hitler, right, and Reich Chancellor Paul von Hindenburg, left, is
pictured at the 'Berlin 1933 - the way to despotism' exhibition at the
Topography of Terror museum in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013. (AP
Photo/Michael Sohn)