Storm Track Infiltration: The Danger of Parliamentary Democracy
“The greater the danger, the more a parliamentary democracy is inclined to pull back, but the more a true leadership personality faces it.” - Goebbels' 1938 Speech on Hitler's 49th Birthday
You may think that a parliamentary form of government can not be an infiltration device, but it can. Over the last year or so, ever since the Palestinian, Lebanese and Iranian people held true democratic elections in their countries, the pinhead analysts and politicians have been scratching their head and saying how democracy can’t work in the middle-East because these countries elect totalitarian or terrorist parties to office.
I say it’s not that democracy has failed in these countries. It’s because one form of democratic government has failed. And that form is a parliamentary democracy which history has proven to be an inherently dangerous form of government. When the pinheads and anti-American movement in this country predict that the US will vote itself a dictatorship, they miss the mark. Our form republican form of democracy is far less vulnerable to the ‘man on a white horse’ coming to save us from danger than to a parliamentary form of government.
Let’s take recent history for an example. And by recent, I mean Germany in the 1930s. We all know that the Nazi party, or National Socialist Party as it was formally called, grabbed power legitimately and within a few years, with the promise of re-building Germany anew, Hitler was voted into power. How? Because Germany had a parliamentary form of democracy which allows any and all political party into the government if they receive a minimum number of votes.
Faced with internal problems where the parliament must come to a consensus on how to solve them, in Germany, little or no consensus could be arrived at – or at least, the more democratic parties were incapable of defining the German people’s problem and arrive at a solution. Hitler, unfortunately saw the problem which he reduced down to simple easy to understand internal and external threats - the Jew and the Treaty of Versailles. It has been said that if Hitler died in 1938, he would have gone down in German history as one of their greatest statesman because of his political accomplishments thus far.
But he lived and the German people bought his explanation of their problems and his ‘solutions’ – which eventually lead to the Holocaust and World War II.
Today we have the likes of Hamas, Hezbollah and Iran’s radical political party either in charge of a government or having a hefty part in those governments. And like Germany in the 1930s, these Islamic led parties have been legally voted into office. And like the Nazis, in the case of Hezbollah, they have done great things for their people. Opening hospitals and schools and giving money to the needy in their country.
But that doesn’t excuse the fact that like the National Socialist Party of the Nazis, they will pursue their most undemocratic agenda using the parliamentary form of government to influence then control Lebanon.
Europe and many other free democracies in the world today are parliamentary forms of government and open to manipulation and a lawful power grab by an insidious party bent of advancing the Islamic agenda.
Proof? How about this.
The TimesOnline reported that the lives of young women might be ruined by the Government’s failure to make forced marriages illegal. Commander Steve Allen of the Metropolitan Police said that a decision by ministers last month to drop proposed legislation had been greeted by some ethnic minorities as a signal that forced marriage was acceptable.
And where were the parliamentary members who should be defending the rights of women in their country? Stymied and by their own inaction.
“Last September the Home Office launched a consultation paper on creating a specific criminal offence of forcing someone into wedlock. Although the proposal was welcomed by many victims’ groups, some organisations complained that it would increase racial segregation. The Muslim Council of Britain gave a warning that such a law might become “another way to stigmatise our communities”.
There’s that ‘c’ words again – communities. Multiculturalism rears it’s ugly head again dividing instead of bringing the British together.
“Mr Allen, who tackles honour-related violence and advises the Association of Chief Police Officers on the issue, told The Times: “There is a school of thought which suggests that a specific piece of legislation may have the impact of driving the practice further underground.”
Yes. Let’s not pass laws against robbery, murder, rape, extortion and other crimes because it would only drive them underground. But at least one Brit sees the problem clearly.
Jasvinder Sanghera, of the Nirvana Asian Women’s Project, which helps victims, said: “Political correctness is not an excuse for moral blindness.”
Some day, Muslims will be large enough and organized enough to form their own political party like the Nazis did and weave their way into office. At that point, with the dhimmi attitude in Europe that already exists, they should have little problem with advancing the Islamist agenda and turning Europe into an Islamic State using the parliamentry democratic form of government to do it.
Shades of 1930 Germany.