“This Jewish contamination will not subside, this poisoning of the nation will not end, until the carrier himself, the Jew, has been banished from our midst.”
Vaguely reflective of Alabama Governor Ivey’s “it’s the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down,” and “It’s time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks.”
Of course, the above quote was not Hitler’s first mention of the Jewish problem—he had to grow it with time and the support of his hearers, whether that support is tacit or active. That’s the way these things go. No one is going to call for forced vaccinations, herding the unvaccinated into ghettos, or dispatching them all together—not to start with.
Those who would do so, like Alabama’s governor, need to test and see how much support the milder suggestions get, before getting to their true goals. They must plant the seeds before they can reap the harvest.
We can see the governor’s escalation. She didn’t actively drop the mask mandate, she stood back and let it expire. She not calling for action now, just thoughts and blame. Where to next? A certificate of vaccination to work in Alabama? That would be a disaster the vaccinated aren’t working now. That doesn’t mean the unvaccinated can’t be blamed for that too.
“If only they would get vaccinated our economic problems would be solved.”
An interesting side note is that Hitler’s blame for Germany’s ills didn’t fall on just the Jews—that’s an especially useful slant because it is racial and religious. Equally to blame were Communists—a political party. Let’s see, is there a political party that Joe Biden and company could blame for America’s troubles? They have had four years of practice and may have that one down already.
Independent thought and action, as well as the idea of divinely granted human rights are incompatible with the hive mentality of Socialism. Socialism accepts the extermination of anyone or any group if it can be done “for the good of all” without fear of retribution from its useful idiots.