Hitler’s legacy

After winning the elections Hitler became Chancellor on 30 January 1933. Shortly after, absolutely democratically,  his party passed the passed the Enabling Act. This was the suppression of democracy itself.

It is revealing to see that Hitler strategy forms the core of contemporary democracy. After winning the elections, most governments behave like they received a blank cheque to do anything they wish. Of course, behind the government is a  large group of MPs who act like a voting machine, at the government command.

The most striking effect of Hitler’s legacy in contemporary concept of democracy is the opacity to people demonstrations.

The example abound around:

  • Donald Trump

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  • David Cameron
  • Theresa May
  • Liviu Dragnea
  • Poland

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Author: MariusB

Knowledge worker in Computing Science and Engineering

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