Wiping History

A group of people want to wipe noted architect Philip Johnson from history because of his fascist past.

The man lived nearly forever, so he was bound to do some pretty stupid things sooner or later.

Various architects and other holier-than-thou types have petitioned Harvard University to remove Johnson’s name from a house that he designed when he was a graduate student at Harvard.

Next they will be going after his gravestone.

Well, as long as we are scrubbing Philip Johnson’s name from history, we may as well scrub FDR from history. FDR was an anti-Semite whose anti-Semitism was only surpassed by his lust for world power. He also came from a family of crooks. His grandfather Warren Delano made his fortune by selling opium into China. So mama’s boy Franklin came from a family of drug runners. FDR also didn’t care much for Asians.

FDR knew everything that was going on in Germany during the 1930s. His buddy and fellow Harvard graduate, Ernst “Putzi” Hanfstaengl, who he used to associate with at the Harvard Club, was a member of Hitler’s inner circle. So why didn’t Franklin do anything? He didn’t do anything because many of the people of the day in our elite society supported Adolf Hitler. In fact, Wall Street financed Hitler’s rise to power (Anthony Sutton).

So why did FDR and our elites decide to fight Nazi Germany? To save the Jews? Hah! Our elites went to war to replace German world power with American world power. Now, your grandfather fought to save the Jews which was an honorable thing, but never confuse your family with these elites.

FDR’s New Deal was remarkably similar to the economic reforms that Hitler introduced into Germany in the 30s. These were fascist reforms disguised as socialism. FDR didn’t save capitalism; he gave us fascism. The corporate dominated, warmongering America you live in today is dear Franklin’s legacy.

Now we can scrub FDR from history, but to do so would remove us from the truth. A better option is to forgive FDR and patiently undo the fascist society he gifted us.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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