What Can We Learn From The Passed?
In the 1930’s the German people were some of the most educated and tolerant in Europe. They were not anti-semitic. On the contrary, they had welcome the Jewish people from the anti semitic in Eastern Europe.
In the Nuremberg Trial in 1945. Herman Goering (the nazi military leader) was in the dock facing his crimes. The question was put to him. “How did you convince the German people to accept all of this?”, he replied: “It was easy and has nothing to do with Nazism. The only thing you need to do to enslave people is to put fear in them. If you can think of a way to scare people, you can do anything to them.”
As I have said many times and will continue to do so. Write to your MP’s and ask them to vote against the Covid Act 2020 in September 2021.