From the very moment that the Drudge Report announced that the election had been called for Donald Trump, the economy and stock market showed the distinct signs of both recovery and exuberance. Since that happened when Adolph Hitler first rose to power, Trump is like Hitler. Since Hitler felt that Germany needed a stronger military after the Treaty of Versailles destroyed the nation and since Trump feels that America needs a stronger military after endless Obama/Bush warring, Trump is like Hitler. The fact that the context is not even close means nothing. Since Hitler and Trump both breathe air, Trump IS like Hitler.
The Independent Journal Review decided to take it upon themselves to find a person still living who was unfortunate enough to have suffered through the horrors of Nazi Germany under Hitler to see if these accusations have any basis in fact. Marion Ingebore Andrews entered the world in 1940 in Dusseldorf, Germany while the reign of the German madman was in full force. She saw firsthand what it was like to have earliest memories of her life filled with images of bombed buildings and air raid sirens.
“Trump is not like Hitler. Just because a leader wants order doesn’t mean they’re like a dictator,” Andrews states. This matters because while Hitler was not the known beast when he was first elected that he later became, his book “Mien Kampf” published well prior to his takeover of Germany was filled with a racist rhetoric of which Trump has never displayed. The only books that Trump is associated with deal with making money, not killing Jews or taking over land.
She goes on to point out that the “agendas of college professors” who are on every college campus today harken back to the NAZI’s far more than Mr. Trump does. “What reminds me more of Hitler than anything else isn’t Trump, it’s the destruction of freedom of speech on the college campuses,” she says, adding, “That’s how Hitler started, he pulled in the youth to miseducate them, to brainwash them, it’s happening today.” The Hitler Youth used to teach children that the DNA and genetic make-up of Jews and Gypsy’s was inferior to genes found in German’s in much the same way that our teachers today teach our children that a man with a penis can be a girl.
Lamenting on how we no longer teach history properly either, and how it keeps repeating itself (not like the left says with lies about Trump, but with truths found in nations like North Korea and from Sharia law based Islam), she tells also of how she had to eat maple leaves to survive after what was done to her nation by NAZI’s that were nothing whatsoever like Donald Trump.
The Democrats and bleeding heart left love to talk about how America was built on immigration from the past, such as when Germans fleeing the NAZI’s came to America, but the entrance was nowhere as speedy and constant as they claim. When Andrew’s mother came to be wed in the United States, “It took six years because she had worked in Germany. It took six years to clear her to be able to be married. Then when you married an American, because we were the enemy, you had to wait.” This wait was just accepted, which while in the age of technology would be a bit long, should still be the case. Common sense, not fascism, dictates the wisdom in this fact.
Her full comments (posted below) reveal that refugees and those coming to America from war-ravaged lands did not expect nor receive relaxed vetting in any way, either. They were checked, questioned, and interrogated again and again, as a matter of fact. She shows that she understood then just as she understands now that that is what kept America safe when accepting and trying to rescue those in need at a time of war.
Andrews in no way stopped there but furthered her statements (also printed below) with a few words of wisdom to those protesting Trump’s actions in America, too, “America needs to grow up. The young people who are rioting and destroying property, who have no respect for elders and freedom of speech, I was so proud to become a citizen of this country.” It is interesting to note that she says ALL of America before the speaks of the youth, showing that despite her advanced age, she is not seeing this as a gender issue, but rather as a cultural one.
She also makes special mention that college professors should be telling students the truth, that America is “the greatest land on Earth,” not attacking the First Amendment to the Constitution. She considers herself neither Democrat nor Republican and as someone who just wants to see peace in the world. She even says that she had an aunt that was in the Olympics and that Hitler only give her great praise with “propaganda” if she no longer affiliated with those who she once knew and referred to those of the Jewish faith as, “dirty Jews.” President Trump has never at any point said anything even similar.
This means that just like with global warming, Obamacare, taxes, and Common Core, the Democrats are simply wrong. It remains to be seen how many times any single party can be so terribly and woefully wrong before the nation as a whole no longer acknowledges such as party as relevant any longer.
In closing, Andrews sums up the whole debate by saying “Trump is not like Hitler. The theory that he is is propaganda. Yes, I lived through some of Nazi Germany, but all you have to do is read some books about that period to see how wrong that theory is.” Relate that fact to the next person who attempts to slander Trump and his movement with half-truths that have no basis in historical fact.
Marion Ingebore Andrews comments on vetting;
“We had to go from Heidelberg to Bremerhaven where another camp was. This camp was run by the U.S. military. They vetted us in both places. There were all these German brides with their children and families who had to be vetted again for three of four days before they could get on the ship.
The ship we took was the U.S.S. Washington. We arrived in New York in March of 1953. My mother, Meta Weinbach, and I still had the last name Muller.
So we had a vetting process like what we are going through now because you have to have this to make the country safe.”
Marion Ingebore Andrews comments on “becoming American”;
“At school, they put me in first grade even though I was a teenager because I didn’t speak English. The teachers would take time at their lunch time to teach us how to speak English.
But they came to find out that I was hiding in the bathroom stall with my legs up eating my braunschweiger and onion sandwich, so nobody would talk to me.
Still, I had a burning desire to be an American. I went to night school to learn English. I would practice English without a German accent. I didn’t want to be German. I wanted to be an American.
When I was fourteen, I was working in a drug store reading comic books. Through reading comic books, I developed my English skills.
We would go to the malls and we wouldn’t speak our foreign language, we would speak English. Because we believed we needed to honor the country that opened its doors for us. It was rude to do otherwise.”
For further quotes worth reading not published here please see the original work here.