Angry Townhall protesters accuse Hitler of being “the new Obama”
August 25, 2009 by William K. Wolfrum
BERLIN (Aug. 25, 1939) — A townhall meeting led by Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels was interrupted by angry protesters, shouting anti-Nazi chants and carrying signs that compared Fuhrer Adolf Hitler to Barack Obama. The townhall meeting – which had the purpose of gaining support for Germany’s planned attack of Poland – was briefly delayed as the protesters had their say.
“We want our Germany back,” screamed one protester. “We will not go down the radical path America went down with Obama!”
Nazi officials hurriedly escorted the protesters outside, and promptly dispatched the protesters with bullets to the head.
Later in the day, Goebbels met with ABC political star Jake Tapper and denied that Hitler was leading Germany down the path America went with Obama.
“Listen, the comparisons with Obama are just flat out insanity,” said Goebbels. “Obama tried saving the auto industry, tried to get health insurance for all Americans and tried to help the U.S. and the world fight Climate Change. He was history’s greatest monster.”
Goebbels said that Hitler’s agenda was nothing like Obama’s and that Germans were worried over nothing.
“Adolf doesn’t want any of those things,” said Goebbels. “The Fuhrer and all of us have only the best intentions for this nation and we will continue our simple plans of invading every nation in Europe and eventually the world. And the people must not worry. We will continue to work to rid the world of Jews, Gypsys, Homosexuals, the disabled and other undesirables.
“We have only started. We will kill and maim millions and millions and millions more, until the Aryan race has it’s boot firmly on the neck of civilization,” added Goebbels. “These comparisons to Obama are just nonsense.”