by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is suffering severe backlash after the most recent terror attack in Berlin which killed 12 people. Protesters have coined the term “They are Merkel’s dead” in reference to her open border policies of allowing millions of immigrants to flood into Germany….immigrants that continue to carry out successful terror attacks.
Now that Merkel has announced she will run for re-election, she has taken a number of steps in an attempt to win the election, which include promises to “examine with urgency to what degree state practices must be changed,” after finding out the terrorist, Anis Amri, a Tunisian, lived in Germany for more than a year, despite having been previously jailed in Italy and denied asylum in both nations. Even as Europe’s most-wanted man, he traveled hundreds of miles this week, crossing at least two European Union borders on his way to Italy, where police stopped him to check his identity. (Source)
Merkel’s refusal to seriously address Germany’s growing Jihadist problem, while allowing more and more into the country, has spurned some brutal campaigns against her, and in response, rather than change those policies, she has created a new agency to prevent German’s from hearing the truth about her and the blood of innocent victims that are on her hands because of her immigration policies.
This is perhaps the most bone-chilling report for anyone that has studied history and “The Censorship of Nazi Germany.”
Flashback – Censorship was rampant throughout Nazi Germany. Censorship ensured that Germans could only see what the Nazi hierarchy wanted people to see, hear what they wanted them to hear and read only what the Nazis deemed acceptable. The Nazi police dealt with anyone who went outside of these boundaries. Censorship dominated the lives of the ordinary citizen in Nazi Germany. (Citation: C N Trueman)
Once they succeeded in ending democracy and turning Germany into a one-party dictatorship, the Nazis orchestrated a massive propaganda campaign to win the loyalty and cooperation of Germans. The Nazi Propaganda Ministry, directed by Dr. Joseph Goebbels, took control of all forms of communication in Germany: newspapers, magazines, books, public meetings, and rallies, art, music, movies, and radio. Viewpoints in any way threatening to Nazi beliefs or to the regime were censored or eliminated from all media.
Present Day – Back then they didn’t have the Internet, so Merkel’s new censorship campaign has been updated to include threats of “legal consequences” for internet giants that do not remove any content that Germany deems unacceptable or labels as “fake.” Justice Minister Heiko Maas states outright that “We expect clear improvements in Facebook’s removal practice. The standard must be German law.”
Compare the censorship information above about Nazi Germany, to the present day report below:
The Federal Press Office in the Chancellery, which has a staff of over 500 professionals, will take the leading role in establishing the fake news defense center, Der Spiegel reported quoting a note from an anonymous Interior Ministry staff member.
Social Democratic Party parliamentary chairman Thomas Oppermann called for social media outlets to be prosecuted for their role in validating fake news.
“If, after the relevant checks, Facebook does not immediately, within 24 hours, delete the offending post then [it] must reckon with severe penalties of up to 500,000 euros,” Oppermann told Der Spiegel.
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