America’s Berchtesgaden

The banners, of red, black and white, lean gently within the breeze.

Quietly they peek out above the crowd seated there before the Altar of Zeus.

Larger banners of like insignia provide the backdrop to the altar.

False prophets speak upon this altar to the enraptured masses before them.

The leader and his officials sit high above the crowd.

Dressed immaculately, they celebrate the glory of the Third Reich.

You are the leaders, the master race, the Fuhrer speaks.

Die Welt ist unser welt.

The world is our world.

Die welt ist eine germanische welt.

The world is a germanic world.

The smiling crowd sits comfortably, content, and fulfilled.

This display of power mesmerizes them.

And why not?

The leader and his men have led the party to glorious heights.

Wealth abounds for true believers, the party officials, and the followers in the audience.

The territory of the empire is expanding.

The elites are making money, and lots of it.

The deceivers who have betrayed the party faithful are being punished.

Those unfortunate few who remind the audience of human weakness and frailty are being sorted out and purified.

It is a bold new world, and the young adults who are being celebrated on this day will rule it.

Imperfection will not be tolerated.

Failure is not an option.

Lies will be told when necessary to promote the public good.

Allegiance will accrue to the party leader, not to one’s conscience.

This is the new morality.

Welcome to fascism.

Welcome to Nazism.

But, of course, we are not talking about Nazi Germany, but instead of Nazi America.

And the altar that we see in this picture is not that of the Altar of Zeus in a stadium in Germany, but instead the Altar of Zeus that exists within Tercentenary Theater in Harvard Yard.

The flags that lean gently in the breeze carry not the swastikas of yesteryear but the crimson swastikas of Harvard University.

For this is commencement day in Cambridge.

It is an embarrassing display of power.

Shame has no place in Berchtesgaden, nor in Tercentenary Theater.

Here in Valhalla, only the strong may enter.

Here the vision is no different than that of the Third Reich in its earlier incarnation – a cruel world of perfection where the impure of thought, body and spirit are drummed from memory and human existence.

The enemies of this new Reich are no longer Jews, but white people.

They are not enemies because they are enemies, but because an enemy is required.

Anti-Caucasian is the new anti-Semitism.

Supporting this false methodology is the junk-science of white supremacy. It doesn’t exist any more than Jewish supremacy exists or did exist.

Keeping people’s minds focused on rage, distrust and hatred serves the needs of the leadership of this new Third Reich.

And with good reason, for this need is based upon the leaders’ lack of competence. Their record demonstrates this.

Homelessness, a decent gauge of a leadership’s effectiveness is soaring off the charts in our major American cities.

But not here.

Homelessness does not exist in Tercentenary Theatre, America’s Berchtesgaden.

The Reich will not permit it.

Nor will the party faithful here in Harvard Yard allow it.

Here the crowd chooses to look away, to stare at its own reflection.

Besides, Harvard is no place for riff-raff.

Not just anyone can enter this hallowed sanctuary.

Only warriors in Valhalla may stand here.

Appearances are important.

No, no, raged Goebbels, bread lines in Berlin won’t do.

Why, this is not possible, nor permissible under the Nazi regime.

Ah, but it is possible, and was possible, because the Nazis did not fix things under Hitler; they swept their problems under the rug by killing the Jews, the infirm, the homeless and the weak.

Here too in Tercentenary Theater the problems of our once great nation are brushed away, ignored, and granted refusal to be confronted.

For Harvard Yard is a secure place, a mountain retreat, far from the reality of the messy world our Nazi leaders rule over.

Here purity reigns supreme.

The audience nods approval.

It is always seductive to be endowed with special powers, to be told that you are one of the master race.

It is a child’s fantasy world of unlimited chocolate and candy.

But all good things must end.

Even here within the safe confines of Tercentenary Theatre, life is ultimately measured not by awards, plaudits, money, and waving banners, but by how well one treats other people.

And so the time for America’s so-called elite for honoring itself will come to an end here in America’s Berchtesgaden.

The sooner that comes, the better.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Gravestones and Offense

Gravestones are being changed at Fort Sam Houston.

Concerned citizens are offended by the Nazi symbols they contain.

Ted Cruz is offended, as is Joaquin Castro.

The public good must be maximized.

Here is the article I am referring to.

This article is worthwhile because it opens the door to matters of importance; it also shows us how truly dimwitted and unenlightened Ted Cruz truly is. Ditto for Joaquin Castro. Let us hope neither becomes a candidate for the Supreme Court. We already have enough dumb people there.

But what would you expect from Cruz who attended Princeton and Harvard?

What would you expect from Castro who also attended Harvard?

These schools can’t teach you how to think; they can only select out people who are good at repeating. And obeying.

On the surface it would seem to be a good thing to remove symbols of the Third Reich from a person’s gravestone, but it’s actually not a good thing. It’s not a good thing at all for several reasons.

Leaving aside the spiritual complexities of the living mixing with the dead, walking over the threshold so to speak, first and foremost, the gravestone is a personal choice that is made by the person or his family. It is their statement of what they think is important in their life. It’s a message that they want to convey to the world of who they were and what they stood for.

You may not agree with what they stood for, but it is what they stood for, and that must be respected just as your choice on your gravestone must be respected.

A gravestone is not a community statement.

Defacing a gravestone is the ultimate measure of disrespect.

Yes, the Nazis killed many Jews. They killed the Jews because they despised the Jews. Not only did they kill the Jews, they sought to eliminate their existence past, present and future within Germany.

You may not agree with their reasons, but their reasons did exist as did their killing of the Jews. These gravestones and the symbols on those gravestones serve as a reminder of their hatred and genocide. That hatred can not be negated by ignoring it or erasing it from history. Your history is your history.

But wiping history is the modern trend, and it is not untypical of socialist regimes to do so. Socialist regimes, like ours, typically rewrite history in an attempt to attain a perfect society.

They do so in part out of arrogance, in part out of poor education, and in part because socialist policies generally do not work. They create more poverty. So in order to distract the people from the failure of these policies, the leaders turn to blame and recrimination.

When they’re not blaming people, socialist regimes are seeking to maximize the public good, again out of arrogance. Our American society is no different. Believing ourselves, not God, as the focal point of our existence, keeping our hand on the rudder with a sense of humility is clearly out of the question.

Forget about Trump and Pence screaming that socialism will never come to the United States; we’ve had socialism since 1932. We’ve also had increased polarization of wealth, increased homelessness, increased violence and increased drug use and abuse.

Reengineering society was a hallmark of the Nazi regime in the 1930s which desired to perfect humanity by eliminating undesirables such as the Jews, the Poles, the Gypsies, the disabled, and the disadvantaged.

Our leaders reveal who they are when they strive to remove those elements of our society which reveal our imperfection. Our leaders are Nazis and have been for the past 90 years when they first became enamored with National Socialism.

Our leaders not only backed Adolf Hitler in the 1930s, they continued the Third Reich’s activities here in the United States. Our New Deal was modeled off many of Hitler’s reforms in the 1930s.

What our Nazi-loving elites have imposed upon us here since WWII is National Socialism, fascism really, dominated by large corporations. These large corporations have hijacked our government, our media and our Constitution and imposed their will upon American society.

This recent attempt to remove Nazi symbols on gravestones is part of that program.

Not only is this removal dangerous on a personal level, it is also dangerous on an operational level because it nullifies history. When we nullify history, we cannot learn from history. Young people and people in the future will not be able to see what the Third Reich was, who financed it, how it operated, and what its goals were.

When we read about the Third Reich, we can more easily see that we are still living under the Third Reich’s dominion.

The removal of symbolism on German gravestones is proof of that.

What’s next?

Perhaps one day Corporate America will be offended by what’s on your gravestone. Maybe they will be offended by the US flag.

Corporate America through their lackey, the NFL, dishonored the American flag only two years ago by staying silent as players kneeled during the playing of the national anthem.

Perhaps Corporate America will one day decide that the US government conducted genocide in Southeast Asia and the Middle East and then demand that the American flag be taken off the gravestones of all US veterans.

How does that sit with you?

Similarly Corporate America may one day disapprove of the crucifix that is on your gravestone.

Maybe they will classify Jesus as a murderer for having been the Savior for an oppressive civilization.

Ah, but you will protest from the beyond.

Or your family may. They will state that you didn’t commit any genocide; that you didn’t know what was going on. Why should you be punished for having loyalty to your country, they will ask.

Besides, you add, you were a small guy. And you were a good guy too; you didn’t murder anyone. You were just following orders.

Isn’t this what the majority of the German soldiers were doing; following orders? And, indeed, in fact, the German people were heavily propagandized during World War II. Many German soldiers didn’t buy into the genocide at all, and many German soldiers refused to execute innocent people. This was a real problem for Himmler.

Germany during the 1930s was a military police state, and if you didn’t obey the Fuhrer’s orders, you were sent to the concentration camp too.

There were Radio Laws in Nazi Germany which forbade people from listening to foreign broadcasts which delivered a contrary message to what the regime wanted you to hear.

If you were forbidden from listening to foreign broadcasts, you certainly wouldn’t talk about them if you had listened. If you did, there was a good chance you would be turned in to the Gestapo.

Thus, truth was in short supply.

Additionally, even speaking to a Jew would earn you three months time at a concentration camp.

Ah, so life isn’t as simple as Cruz and Castro believe.

Now, we know that there were good German soldiers because Viktor Frankl in his book Man’s Search for Meaning tells us that there were. A survivor of these camps, Frankl states that there were even Jews in the concentration camps called “kapos” (Jewish trustees) who were often times worse and more brutal than the German guards.

Viktor Frankl’s essential message is that you can find good and bad in all people. Nobody is saved by their heritage.

Yet we have false leaders today, leaders no better than Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, Goering and Goebbels , who prosecute a simplistic Manichean ideology to the world.

In this American approach, there are good people and bad people; and if only we get rid of the bad people then life will be better for everyone.

This is why Hitler nullified the Jews.

This is why our leaders nullify the Nazis.

That nullification begins with something as simple as a symbol on a grave stone.

This cleansing is a slippery slope that leads to a bottomless, interminable hell.

Moreover, it is a cosmetic change that leaves untouched major cracks in the foundation, the essential flaws of National Socialism, that will ultimately render our demise.

https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/nazi-headstones-removed-fort-sam-houston-national-cemetery-texas/

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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