#NightOfTheLongKnives. An outrageous act of terrorism was committed against the United States of America 🇺🇸 by domestic terrorists sympathetic to (maybe complicit with) @realdonaldtrump. All the persons targeted in this heinous act, including President Obama, President Clinton, Vice President Biden, and Sec Hillary Clinton we’re identified by Trump as his “enemies”. Investigations continue into this right wing terror plot. In 1934, Adolph Hitler implemented the “Night of The Long Knives”, a murderous plot to eliminate political rivals to consolidate power. This may have been an attempt by Trump to undermine American Democracy. Elections are November 6th. It is not a leap to consider, if this terrorist attack were successful, Trump would have declared Martial law and cancel the elections. We, the AMERICAN PEOPLE, will NOT be intimidated by Trump or the right wingers. We will be there Election Day November 6th. And we will prevail over this evil blight poisoning our country. #MAGABomber.
Tras remar Aitor y yo el S4 del kayak, y terminado el S5, un trekking sube-baja al castillo de Samitier (que he hecho con el @sr_komando) toca la bici terrorífica que he dejado para los dos "jovenes". La furgoneta sigue más o menos ordenada y no huele a humanity, pero aún son solo las ocho y media...
Night of the Long Knives, in German history, purge of Nazi leaders by Adolf Hitler on June 30, 1934. Fearing that the paramilitary SA had become too powerful, Hitler ordered his elite SS guards to murder the organization’s leaders, including Ernst Röhm. Also killed that night were hundreds of other perceived opponents of Hitler.
My thoughts on strasserism:
Strasserism is ultranationalist, anti-capitalist ideology. It's very close to nazism, but they oppose it because of historical reasons. Wikipedia says that they share same anti-semitic views as nazis (the only difference is that they don't hate them because of cultural reasons, but rather anti-capitalist reasons because at the time (when strasserism was 'invented') jews made up most of German aristocracy. But strasserists I talked to said they don't hate jews, aka aren't anti-semitic. I don't really like strasserism because of their ultranationalism, but support them against capitalism. Strasser brothers were close to Hitler, but later they became political opponents. Gregor was killed in the 'Night of the long knives' and Otto died in 1974. Also Strasser brothers wanted to ally with the Soviet Union. So strasserism is far-left ultranationalistic ideology that can't be associated with communism, because strasserism and communism are different ideologies. Only thing they have together is anti-capitalism. So at the end I would not really support strasserites but, would ally with them against capitalism. Your thoughts about this?☭ @lefty.politics@firstname.lastname@example.org#strasserism#communism#strasser#nightofthelongknives#cccp#lenin
On this day in history, June 30th 1934, Adolf Hitler has his political rivals murdered in an effort to consolidate his newly obtained power. The three day long purge would become known as "The Night of the Long Knives". Records show that at least 85 people were killed, but some propose that many hundreds were. The primary target of the purge was the SA (Sturmabteilung, or "Assault Division"), the paramilitary wing of the Nazi Party that was so essential to Hitler's rise to power. The SA, more commonly referred to as the Brownshirts, were widely known for their methods of violent coercion in ensuring that rivals to the Nazi Party did not see any success in opposing their agenda. By the time of the purge though, the SA had grown too strong for Hitler's comfort, and he orchestrated false conspiracies and the resulting purge in order to destroy all bases of potential opposition within his party.