“election got us feeling a certain type of way, so we moded out a chaos UK style anarchy punk romp” from Atlanta, Georgia

Georgia: Trump: 51.3%; Clinton: 45.6%; Johnson: 3.1%

I do not know about the Atlanta’s results, but in Fulton County whose seat is Atlanta the state capital: Clinton: 69.2%; Trump: 27.1%; Johnson: 3.7%

The song is illustrated with the burning Reichstag. “It’s about a changing of the guards for the worse, nothing else don’t get panties in a bunch.”


Great Depression. About 5 million Germans without job (25-30%).

NSDAP was on top in June 1932 (37.27%), on the next voting same year November it fell (33.09%), but there was a deadlock after the election.

After long tug of war Hitler was asked to be next chancellor by President Hindenburg in January 1933.

On 27 February, six days before the next election, fire broke out in the Reichstag chambers.

Next day Hitler asked for and received from President Hindenburg the Decree of the Reich President for the Protection of the People and State.

§ 1 “Thus, restrictions on personal liberty, on the right of free expression of opinion, including freedom of the press, on the right of assembly and the right of association, and violations of the privacy of postal, telegraphic, and telephonic communications, and warrants for house searches, orders for confiscations as well as restrictions on property are permissible beyond the legal limits otherwise prescribed.”

On the spot a lunatic Dutch communist was arrested.

Later 1 German and 3 Bulgarian communists also were arrested, but against every effort finally they were acquitted during the trial but later

Georgi Dimitrov became Stalinist boss of Bulgaria. After his death in 1949 he was embalmed and got a mausoleum;

Ernst Torgler became a Gestapo agent and worked for the Propaganda Ministry;

Vasily Tanev was killed during a secret party mission in Bulgaria in 1941;

Blagoy Popov spent 17 years on GULAG from 1937;

Lunatic Dutch communist Van der Lubbe was beheaded.



So funny:=)


Anyway my favorite parties from Germany 1932:

For Hindenberg and Pope: 27,752 votes (0.08%)
Radical Middle Class: 8,637 (0.02%)
German Reich Against Interest Rate Movement: 97
German Social Monarchist Party: 66
German Reform Party: 59



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