Washington, DC --(Ammoland.com)- We may well have mentioned about Katie Worthman before but either way – this is something that all need to see and take on board.
Here is an Austrian born lady who survived the Hitler period and has given talks about her experiences, and includes warnings.
A close corollary is to be found within our book offer “Gun Control in the Third Reich“.
The thrust of her experiences is that everything she observed began slowly and seemingly for understandable reasons initially, and yet, over time the noose was tightened until the removal of freedoms became absolute.
We might call this “control by stealth – or the ‘drip-drip-drip’ approach of incrementalism. The message and warning given is one not to be ignored as we see uncomfortable parallels — the lady speaks in a short video clip which it is believed is part of a much longer speech.
Katie Worthman was born in Austria, and lived there for seven years under Hitlers brutal regime, and after world war II, she also lived three years under Soviet communist occupation. Needless to say, but Mrs. Worthman is someone who has an acute awareness of how media distorts things and tyranny comes to power. Mrs. Worthman, not only says that the media was wrong about how Hitler came to power, but she says that “In the beginning, Hitler didn’t look like, or talk like a monster at all. He talked like an American politician.”Read, learn and digest carefully: http://jpfo.org/articles-assd03/keep-your-guns-buy-more.htm
She says that the story of Hitler overthrowing governments and people in order to come to power just simply isn’t true, but rather the Austrian people elected Hitler with 98% of the vote at the ballot box. Mrs. Worthman then goes on to say that the Austrian people had guns, but the government began to say that they were dangerous, so they began to implement gun registration. Then she said this was followed by turning in their weapons to the police station in order to cut down on crime, and if citizens didn’t… there would be capital punishment.
Mrs. Worthman says that the dictatorship, “didn’t happen over night, but it took 5 years, gradually, little by little, to escalate to a dictatorship.”
She then goes on to say that, “When the people fear the government, that’s tyranny, but when the government fears the people, that’s liberty.”
As a Nazi survivor, what is her advice to us… “Keep your guns, keep your guns and buy more guns.”