Redgulls Comment of the Week: We Learned the Wrong Lessons from Weimar Germany

Big Brutha drops incredibly truth about the lesson from Weimar Germany:

This. A million times. My brother is a homosexual and an apostate. Nevertheless, he is my brother and as such I love and care for him. Therefore, I have warned him repeatedly that the day is coming when Americans will no longer tolerate the blatant degeneracy those like him are attempting to inflict on them. He views history as a ratchet that always turns Left. And it is. Until it isn’t. And when it stops turning homosexuals in the United States will hope that they can flee back to their closets and hide there but for far too many it will be too late and they will be driven out or, more likely, killed for what they have done and what they attempted to do. The sad thing is we have seen this movie play out before and we could have learned from it.

The Weimar Republic had exactly the same problem set. Filth and porn and degeneracy everywhere. And when they could not take any more the Normies became Nazis and tried to expunge it. Americans should have learned from this. And we did, except we derived exactly the wrong lessons.

The lesson we believed we were supposed to learn was: if you do not suppport everyone in their perversions you must be a Nazi and you should be shunned and shamed.

What we should have learned was: a society that allows the open and unapologetic celebration of moral degradation will eventually provoke and equal and opposite backlash. To prevent the backlash you have to tamp down society’s tendency to allow the proliferation of perversion by scrupulously keeping it out of the public square and the living rooms of Normies whose ardent wish is to avoid it.

America is going down the road of Weimar Germany.  Weimar Germany was a total and complete degenerate mess that was so evil and corrupt that the German people were forced to support the Nazis because they were the only ones who promised to end Clown World and were willing to fight to end it.  There is a huge backlash brewing against the degeneracy of the modern world.  The people engaging in degeneracy don’t see it and frankly they don’t care.  Let’s hope that the American people repent of their sins before regular Americans are forced to turn to somebody who promises to “take care” of the degeneracy issue.

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9 thoughts on “Redgulls Comment of the Week: We Learned the Wrong Lessons from Weimar Germany

  1. I think it was mostly the economy and a charismatic, cunning leader. I’m sure social issues played a part as people believed God was punishing them. Perhaps that leader also used God to further his agenda.

    What is your proposal? Are you suggesting to limit freedom of expression from people whom you disagree with?

    1. “What is your proposal? Are you suggesting to limit freedom of expression from people whom you disagree with?”

      There is a big difference between a genuine difference of opinion on how society should be run, and someone advocating for sin and societal degeneracy.

      Alma Chapter 30
      6 But it came to pass in the latter end of the seventeenth year, there came a man into the land of Zarahemla, and he was Anti-Christ, for he began to preach unto the people against the prophecies which had been spoken by the prophets, concerning the coming of Christ.

      7 Now there was no law against a man’s belief; for it was strictly contrary to the commands of God that there should be a law which should bring men on to unequal grounds.

      19 Now this man went over to the land of Jershon also, to preach these things among the people of Ammon, who were once the people of the Lamanites.

      20 But behold they were more wise than many of the Nephites; for they took him, and bound him, and carried him before Ammon, who was a high priest over that people.

      21 And it came to pass that he caused that he should be carried out of the land. And he came over into the land of Gideon, and began to preach unto them also; and here he did not have much success, for he was taken and bound and carried before the high priest, and also the chief judge over the land.

      Why do the scriptures say that the people of Ammon were more wise than the many of the Nephites…???

      This is why:

      18 And thus he did preach unto them, leading away the hearts of many, causing them to lift up their heads in their wickedness, yea, leading away many women, and also men, to commit whoredoms—telling them that when a man was dead, that was the end thereof.

      What is there to “respectfully disagree” with about the promotion of Sin?

      We are not perfect, everyone sins. But we as a society should encourage people to at least try and do better.

      In all the History of the world, since time began, what has allowing people “freedom of expression” to normalize sin and degeneracy gotten any civilization?

      These people tell us that they just want “equality and tolerance”, but all we are getting in return is Alma 30:18

      1. One of the things that we’ve learned from the Alinsky playbook is we are under no obligation to allow people to use their speech rights to promote deviancy and degeneracy. Freedom only works when everybody agrees on basic Christian morality and agrees to publicly support Christian values. Free speech isn’t for the promotion of degeneracy because giving the deviant equal speech rights leads to people encouraging 8 year old boys to chop their dicks off.

      2. ‘There was no law against a man’s beliefs’ yet it seems there was a law against preaching them…or the Ammonites put themselves above the law… This passage always made me wonder.

        So what should we do today?

        1. The Ammonites did not put themselves above the law!

          (The following is the Gospel according to El Rojo and is not official church doctrine!)

          Korihor traveled from Zarahemla to Jershon from Nephites to the people of Ammon who were former Lamonites.

          He traveled to a different land with different interpretation of the laws.

          Note how it says about the Ammonites that “But behold they were more wise than many of the Nephites…”

          The Ammonites did not make stupid mis-interpretations about gospel truths that caused them to have to justify and enforce doing nothing in the face of unrighteous behavior that was leading people astray!

          Where in all the scriptures, in all of Christs teachings, does it say that we have to acknowledge unrighteous behavior to be equal to righteous behavior and allow apostasy in our midst unchallenged!

          No Where!

          In fact quite the opposite. We are warned repeatedly in the scriptures against allowing such things to take root in our Churches, nations, families, and cultures.


          The push for “equality” of ideas, speech, and behavior, is ever Satans tool to undermine righteous cultures.

          “Freedom” needs to be tempered with righteous Wisdom.

          1. Yes. Jesus was also taken and bound. Neither were teaching subversion and in neither case was it justified.

  2. When I think of the Weimar Republic, I think of people exchanging a wheelbarrow of money fir a loaf of bread. Or people literally burning money because it burned longer than the firewood it would buy. The few Germans who had Gold or Silver were perfectly fine during this hyperinflation.

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