by John Galt
In Nazi Germany during the time period between June 30, 1934 to July 2, 1934 a politically driven mass murder was initiated by Adolph Hitler to eradicate the Sturmabteilung (SA), also known as the paramilitary “brown shirts.” While many viewed the bloodshed as a necessary step for the ascension of Hitler to supreme control of the nation by eradicating an unstable ally and all other political enemies including the Communists and Social Democrats, the reality is that this was the most blatant exhibition of the path that Germany was traveling right up until the start of World War II five years later.
Fast forward to this evening on the Glenn Beck Television Show via TheBlaze TV network. He opened the story with more details on the attempted coup at FreedomWorks which occurred shortly before the Presidential Election of 2012 on the day after Labor Day. The Washington Post and Mother Jones magazine both covered the story in great detail after the attempted overthrow of Matt Kibbe but Mr. Beck was sworn to silence by the group until tonight when he broke his version of the story without naming the guilty party who was actually an old guard Republican insider apparently working undercover to usurp and destroy the group’s efforts to elect more of the typical Republican politicians who are representative of the “uniparty” as I call the combined Progressive movement illustrated by the alleged two party system.
The article from the Washington Post is more than happy to illustrate how a wealthy benefactor Richard J. Stephenson bought off former Republican Majority Leader Dick Armey to keep him away from the group for a healthy sum of money:
The coup lasted all of six days. By Sept. 10, Armey was gone — with a promise of $8 million — and the five ousted employees were back. The force behind their return was Richard J. Stephenson, a reclusive Illinois millionaire who has exerted increasing control over one of Washington’s most influential conservative grass-roots organizations.