Most people are aware of the horrors of the Holocaust. A universal reaction after subsequently reflecting on the unmitigated carnage is something like, “How was this allowed to happen in a civilized world? Why didn’t someone do something?” These are very good questions— why didn’t someone stop the Nazi’s before they were able to cruelly exterminate six million Jews?
Another common self-serving and often unrealistic reaction from those who condemned the German people is that they are absolutely sure, given the same set of circumstances, they would never, participate and/or cooperate, either implicitly or explicitly, in any kind of civil rights abuse, tyranny or genocide. But we all know that human nature is weak and unfortunately as the philosopher Edmund Burke has been quoted as saying, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” During World War II many “good” German men and women did nothing to protect their vulnerable countrymen or fellow human beings.
According to Wikipedia the concept of the Good German refers to, “German citizens during and after World War II who claimed not to have supported the Nazi regime, but remained silent and did not resist in any meaningful way. The term is further used to describe those who claimed ignorance of the Holocaust and German war crimes.” In essence these cowardly people saw their Jewish friends and neighbors used as scape goats, discriminated against, moved into ghettoes and then slowly disappear from sight but were either too afraid or felt too impotent and small to resist the power or the enemy.
History often repeats itself and those who are astute students of the past, including some of the grandchildren of Holocaust victims like Naomi Wolf, perceive many parallels in our world today. Case and point: Throughout the world, those who have refused to take an abortion tainted gene therapy shot (or so-called Covid vaccine) and the required third and fourth boosters are being blamed for the rise in Covid diagnoses regardless of the amount of breakthrough cases that have been recorded. The civil rights of the unvaccinated have been trampled afoot, and in some cases, they are not allowed to leave their homes or are being fined outrageous amounts of money. Australia for example, has built secured, fenced in concentration camps for people suffering with Covid. Austria demands that then entire population will be vaccinated by February 1, 2022.
The Nuremburg Code which was established after World War II to ensure the kinds of medical atrocities the Nazi regime perpetrated on innocent victims would never be allowed again. It demands that any medical treatment or experiment should be only administered with the subject’s full consent and should be free from any coercion or duress. Losing your job, being fined or locked up in a camp as a consequence of failing to get vaccinated is coercion and duress, regardless of the circumstances surrounding the vaccine mandate.
Archbishop Viganò in his Christmas greeting to the United States says, “for two years now, a global coup has been carried out all over the world, planned for some time by an elite group of conspirators enslaved to the interests of international high finance.” He points out how early effective treatments were sidelined for an, “experimental gene serum which is obviously ineffective, and which also clearly carries with it the danger of serious and even lethal side effects.” Viganò slams the mainstream media as willing collaborators with the powers that be and identifies the globalist’s ultimate goals, “reducing the world population, making those who survive chronically ill, and imposing forms of control that violate the fundamental rights and natural liberties of citizens.”
Viganò urges us to stand up and fight the global elites and their New World Order by speaking the truth, bringing God back into our country and peacefully resisting. He says, “Yours must therefore be a work of truth, bringing light to the lies and deceptions of the New World Order and their anti-human and anti-christic matrix.” He tells us that people of good will in their professional and civil roles, “…must organize together to make a firm but peaceful resistance so as not to legitimize its violent repression by those who today hold power.” You can read and see a video of the entire letter here.
The choice is yours. Are you going to be the Good German and conveniently turn a blind eye to the evil and oppression you see all around you? Are you one of the people who history will remember as a so-called good person who did absolutely nothing to stop this evil? Or will you be the courageous Christian warrior who will stand up for the Truth regardless of the consequences? The choice is yours. I hope and pray you chose the latter.
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