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Who Would You Vote For: Hitler or Stalin?

Updated on June 9, 2012
Would you vote for the lesser of two evils? Hitler or Stalin? Romney or Obama? (Photo credits, see below)
Would you vote for the lesser of two evils? Hitler or Stalin? Romney or Obama? (Photo credits, see below)

I've heard some Republicans say that a vote for Ron Paul is a vote for Obama, because you're not voting for Romney. It splits the ticket.

The problem with that statement is that they miss the big picture. If you vote for good over evil (Ron Paul over Obama), then you're not voting for more evil (Romney)! Given the choice of voting for Hitler or Stalin, who would you vote for?

It's like they're saying, "Don't throw away your vote. A vote for John F. Kennedy is a vote for Stalin; vote for Hitler, instead, and remove Stalin from office."

See what I mean?

From Lunacy to Stark Raving Madness and to Sheer Insanity

Here are the facts. President Bush skyrocketed the national debt, got us into two specific wars (Iraq and Afghanistan) and one very nebulous, never-ending war (on Terror), and trashed the Constitution with the police-state-like "Patriot" Act.

Hold onto your halos, folks! The event which triggered those wars was a hoax. I'll write about this in another article, but the facts will singe your eyebrows! They may even threaten to stop your heart in its tracks. The facts are that scandalous!

Obama was even worse. He accelerated the national debt even more! He continued the war in Iraq for awhile, increased the Afghanistan war (threatening to keep it going for more than a decade longer) and attacked Libya. And he continued to trash the Constitution, extending the unPatriot Act, signing the NDAA (with it indefinite detention clauses) and other liberty trampling legislation. Even worse, he started floating the ideas of bypassing Congress and ignoring the Supreme Court, effectively suggesting a 1-branch government.

To top it off, he has claimed for himself the role of judge, jury and executioner, all by Executive Order. And when he ordered the attack against Libya, it wasn't with the permission of Congress, as it's written in the Constitution; he got permission from the UN! Not only did he forget all of his campaign promises, but he forgot his oath of office, too. How many ways can you spell "treason!"?

Mitt Romney will be even worse, if you can believe his rhetoric. And what's to believe, the way he keeps flip-flopping on issues? He will increase the military even faster than Obama. So, with the largest military on the planet—larger than the nearest ten (10) competitors, combined—it's still not big enough? Boys with their toys! Romney has to out-do Obama. And the economy is already a nightmare! Can we afford this?

Romney is famous for flip-flopping on issues, but Obama should be equally famous, based on his record.

Let me see if I understand the logic on this. If you love peace, you vote for the war monger who isn't quite as bloodthirsty? Hmmm-m-m! That's pretty nutty.

Dr. Ron Paul, 12-term congressman from Texas, GOP presidential candidate, medical doctor and former flight surgeon with the US Air Force.
Dr. Ron Paul, 12-term congressman from Texas, GOP presidential candidate, medical doctor and former flight surgeon with the US Air Force. | Source

Return to Sanity

There is one candidate who stands a chance of beating both Hitler and Stalin, but it will require that we all stop being partisan and vote conscience rather than ego. It would require that we vote for the one who will help us, rather than the one who the media says is a "winner." I say "vote" for Americans, but there are plenty of people in other countries who are also "voting" for Ron Paul, spreading the word of support across their own nations.

Last time around, I supported Obama because he sounded so good—a breath of fresh air compared to folksy madman, Bush. But I depended too much on the mainstream media for my "research." I didn't look at Obama's track record. I didn't dig to see who were his biggest campaign contributors. Obama was all silver-tongued devil and no light of truth (only darkness of deception). The biggest thing in common between Bush, Obama and Romney is the strong tie to Wall Street banks.

Dr. Ron Paul, of Texas, really is a breath of fresh air. He has a 30-year track record of defending the Constitution. Wow! What's the bet that he would take his oath of office seriously?

Mainstream media would have us believe that he's unelectable? But he's been elected into office 12 times! Unelectable? What were they smoking?

The mainstream media would have us believe that Ron Paul doesn't even exist. Let me give you one telling example. During the run-up to nomination, Ron Paul was a razor-close second in Maine, despite election fraud. The media talked about #1, #3 and #4, but skipped mentioning #2 or saying his name. Ron who?

There have been dozens of instances of election fraud, but since the Republican Party is only a club and not a government body, election fraud within the club is not a criminal offense. What kind of fraud? How about losing votes, ignoring votes and changing votes? Take your pick.

If you do the research, you find numerous examples on YouTube—video evidence. My favorite has been WXIX, Fox19, "Reality Check" with Ben Swann, out of Ohio—numerous, hard-hitting videos. As a local station, they have greater freedom to investigate what the corporate heads would rather us not discover. Ballot stuffing in Florida and Arizona by Romney supporters—yes, caught on video. Hey, but it's only a club, right?

In Maine, where Romney won by less than 200 votes, the state GOP leader had previously rescheduled the votes in Washington County, which had become known as a Ron Paul stronghold. The reason? Snow. But they received only a light dusting. When they voted, they were told that they didn't vote on time, so their vote won't count! Several other precincts where Ron Paul won had their totals show up on the GOP website as zeroes for all candidates. See what I mean?

But Ron Paul is still picking up delegates, and, contrary to the media delegate estimates, as of this date (2012:0610) Ron Paul still has a chance to win the GOP nomination. And even if he doesn't win the nomination, he still has a chance to win the presidency. The love of liberty is that strong.

The late Aaron Russo at the Cannes Film Festival.
The late Aaron Russo at the Cannes Film Festival. | Source

Beyond All the Politics

We live in dark times. Tyrants wear patriot's clothing. Corporate media protects the hidden agenda of the Corporate Party to elect either one of their puppet presidents—Hitler or Stalin.

The late film producer and statesman, Aaron Russo, told Alex Jones that the Rockefellers have planned to have everyone microchipped. The mainstream media, news and movies have been preparing us for this. Even James Bond has a microchip embedded in his arm in the latest installment.

And nearly 2000 years ago... a Prophecy

"And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.

"And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:

"And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name"
(Revelation 13:15–17 KJV).

Why the microchip? To allow Big Brother to track us all. But also, the microchip will have our bank account. Without it, we won't be able to buy or sell anything. One nightclub even has a microchip scanner for their VIP customers.

So, here's the subtext: Do you want to be a VIP like James Bond (007)? Get your microchip embedded in your body, today! And let Big Brother keep an eye on you, too.

The merchants of chaos are gathering. Their plan is reaching its final stages. Vote them out of office while we can, if only to give our fellows more time to prepare for the coming storm.

Love even our enemies, for they know not what they do. They don't know the spiritual effect of their evil actions — wars for profit and problem-reaction-solution unto slavery.

Additional Credits

Portrait of Hitler
Bundesarchiv, Bild 146-1990-048-29A, CC-BY-SA, via Wikipedia

Portrait of Stalin
Russian government photographer, PD, via Wikipedia

Photo of Romney
Mark Taylor, CC BY 2.0, via Wikipedia

Obama Salutes
Pete Souza, PD, via Wikipedia


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    • lone77star profile image

      Rod Martin Jr 3 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Yes, Sanxuary. Now, it likely doesn't, since all approved candidates in America likely work for the same Corporate Party.

      But you can vote by not reacting to the Corporate Party stimuli and scare tactics. Also, you can vote by not buying from the Corporate Party products and services.

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      Sanxuary 3 years ago

      One would have to assume that your vote counts for anything in the first place.

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Zero to 60 in 4 seconds?! Whoa! Outstanding!

      I lived 10 years in Phoenix before moving to Philippines. And one of my brothers still lives there. Another one near Prescott. So, I know what you mean by the "solar energy" of Phoenix.

      Even though the president can't get out of war and oil without finding a bullet, we -- the citizens -- can walk away from the corporations with our dollars.

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      Chuck Bluestein 5 years ago from Morristown, AZ, USA

      The corporations that are huge and that help the president are heavily invested in war and oil/gas. That is why the president cannot get out of war and oil.

      But for individuals, they have solar panels now where you do not have to invest in them first. You can pay them off with the money that you are saving on your electric and gas bill. The earth recieves enough energy from the sun in one day to handle all of man's energy needs for 1 year.

      Out in Southern Arizona, it is desert and very little rain or clouds. Also closer to the equater than L.A. is where I live near Phoenix. Also the high elevation makes the sunlight even stronger, giving us free energy. The elementary school in this town has solar panels.

      A friend of mine says there is plenty of wind out here for little windmills but I don't think so. But there are places in the U.S. like Chicago that are known for wind and not sunlight that could use the little windmills. Tesla now has a totally electric car that can go over 200 miles on a single charge (costing only a few dollars) that goes from 0 to 60 in 4 seconds!

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Chuck, you're right about war being profitable, but I think peace can be even more profitable, because it allows us to produce civilization-building infrastructure, explore new frontiers and more. War interferes with that.

      Imagine sending men to the Moon during World War II. Even if we had the technology, it wouldn't happen, because of the risks and the need for resources to go toward winning the war.

      But there is a small group of of very rich who gain political clout from the chaos of war.

      I know with a certainty that they're not going to win. Their selfishness comes from ego, which is the vulnerable false self. Spirit will overcome their poor attempt at supremacy.

      More people will die, but the crucible of that chaos will allow the phoenix of spirituality to awaken from its ashes.

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      Chuck Bluestein 5 years ago from Morristown, AZ, USA

      Peace is not profitable. War is very profitable. This is what people in our society are seeking-- money and power. The more, the better.

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Thanks for coming back, @Insanity Inc.

      Looks like us lone loons are in good company.

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Thanks, Chuck. It seems that presidents have been nudging us toward greater and greater divergence from the Constitution since WWII.

      Eisenhower warned us about it. So did Kennedy, and he paid with his life.

      Whoever is behind all this doesn't mind murdering people to achieve their goals.

      And I'm appalled that at least one hubber welcomes their New World Order.

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      Insanity Inc 5 years ago from Vermont, USA

      I just had to come back and review what has been going on with this topic. Interesting that eight months after my first comment, sure enough an Executive Order (decree? dictate?) has been signed giving the White House incumbent the right to point and shoot at anyone at any time for any reason with impunity. Sometimes I feel like a lone loon echoing down a long empty tunnel.

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      Chuck Bluestein 5 years ago from Morristown, AZ, USA

      I said this to my friend. I said that Romney and Obama were like Hitler and Stalin. They force American soldiers to kill people in other countires and then these soldiers come home and kill themsleves every 85 minutes.

      Note that Jill Stein of the Green Party and Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party both said that they would bring all troops home. Since only congress can declare war, the last war that the U.S. was in was World War II.

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Thank you, @ruthclark3. Despite my nearly 60 years of working on it, I know that I am still not worthy. I am still part of the chaff -- a Pinocchio wishing to become a real boy.

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Thanks, John, and Amen to that!

      His kingdom, come!

      And thanks for turning me onto the trouble in the world. I was still drugged by the Corporate Media kool-aid when you found me. I've been getting my education these many months.

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      @Rina Pinto, thank you for your kind words and news from UAE. A storm is indeed coming. May God have mercy on us all.

      But this is a "birthing" process. All too frequently, a birth is painful as well as joyful. This is the delivery toward the spirit. May we all find our way along the narrow path to God's reward.

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      @JSChams, ouch! I didn't know that. I'm not surprised.

      Eugenics is apparently part of the New World Order plan.

      Reminds me of the Spartans tossing their defective babies to their deaths.

      If we would've applied that "logic" throughout history, then we might not have had some of our greatest contributors. Look at Stephen Hawking. A genius, but far from the Spartan ideal. And Einstein was no Adonis.

      Some people have too much ego. And they don't find value in others and in things that are different. They want things neat and tidy -- well-formed robots. But "no thanks" to that.

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      @MG Singh, interesting point. Was that aspect of the Constitution a bad idea? I'm not sure. The average citizen in 2012 may be only marginally better informed than the average citizen in 1783. The Corporate Party media is a scary bitch and we can't depend on them for squat. I had to move out of the country to find that out.

      I suppose the problem with a popular vote is the lack of education -- not schooling, but knowledge of the issues and the candidates. Most issues that reach the ballot are built out of "sound-bites" that package the issues and homogenize them for broad public consumption. But are the issues and their implications fully explored?

      Perhaps a system of electoral college with the ability for the people of any state to opt out and apply popular votes only. If a popular vote can be held prior to the general election, if enough signatures are gathered, to remove the electoral college, then that might work, if the people feel strongly enough about an issue.

      But one thing we have to get rid of is the Corporate influence and the big-money buying of the "information channels." Only when the information is open and transparent for all can we have a popular vote that works.

      Anyway, thanks for bringing up this important issue.

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      Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Thank you, @Insanity Inc, for your input and wisdom. I had thought that I made it clear that both Reps and Dems were equally bad, by-and-large (thus the Hitler vs Stalin and Romney vs Obama comparison).

      We have a chance to save America and upset the New World Order fascists. But I'm sure we still have a storm coming. Hopefully we can have a little more time to help others prepare.

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      Rina Pinto 5 years ago from Dubai - UAE

      Glory to God.. ruthclark3 .. He alone .. is worthy

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      Ruth Clark 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      I agree with Rina Pinto. This is all a sign of the times and time is getting short. The day is coming when people will not be allowed to buy or sell without "the Mark of the Beast" that Revelation talks about. Christians who are ready won't be a part of this. We will be gone. It's going to be a dark time.

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      John Harper 5 years ago from Malaga, Spain

      Spot on Carl, oh that I wish the rest of the world had a vote (even just symbolic) in who was President of the world.

      But then again I don't need a vote, I know the KING!

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      Rina Pinto 5 years ago from Dubai - UAE

      Dear Lone77Star, its true and here in the Middle East, we are already framed of this so called microchip. This may not be in our bodies like the Canadians but here is a chip - a self identity Card that has all our data entered and i think another thumb-impression identity will be out here in the UAE/MiddleEast. The id card makes it easier to track the details but soon i suppose this is going to be the way the Holy Bible has written. This is a serious case and the most frightful stage if one is not reconciled with the Living God and does not accept the Salvation then - Revelation - Holy Bible.

      Thank you for this great message and an eye opener to the Lost. They better hurry or else be ready to bear the consequences.

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      Jimbo'daNimbo 5 years ago from The Island of Misfit Toys

      Hitler huh?

      Did you know one of the fine scientific advisers from our fine administration in a recent interview said that giving parents the opportunity to terminate a pregnancy if they though the child had imperfections was modern science, good science.

      The Third Reich believed that also and practiced it daily. It was their eugenics program.

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      MG Singh 5 years ago from Singapore

      A very incisive post. The American dilemna is correctly brought out, but the fact remains that times are changing and maybe Americans may like to erase the past and start on a fresh slate, like a popular vote for president.

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      Insanity Inc 5 years ago from Vermont, USA

      I think you are an example of Waking America. All good. However, don't make the mistake of pointing fingers at one particular party over the other. They are all corrupt. That's the problem. With all the insanity that the Dems have labeled "okay" and "normal", (with the Lame Stream Media shoving it all down our throats) i.e. no established budget, when it came time to vote down a Social Security cost of living raise, the Republicans were right there with them voting themselves not only a raise, but exclusive-to-them health care. And yes, Obama is following in Hitler's footsteps, who also had undermined his country's legal process so effectively he was able to get them to vote themselves impotent. Hitler even implemented a law making himself exempt from prosecution for any and all murders he may want to commit. HE COULD COMMAND ANYONE TO INSTANT DEATH. I, too, will be voting for Ron Paul. In the interest of hoping to keep our Constitution breathing.