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Good Morning, Indian River County!

Joe Biden has published a 110-page economic platform, incorporating many ideas from his Socialist friend, Bernie Sanders. One example is diminished shareholder rights, which is a fancy way of saying that the owners of the company do not control the company - those decisions are to be made by government and its designees. Biden has also incorporated a nationalist aspect to his socialist platform, stating that America's middle class must come first. Now, when have we last seen socialism and nationalism mixed together as a political theory?

The National Socialist German Workers Party, better known as the Nazi Party, leaps to mind. Brought together by a young firebrand orator, Adolf Hitler, the Nazis swept through Germany with their own brand of socialist economics capped off by extreme nationalism. As a minority party in 1928 and 1930, their economics were more important to them than their nationalism, and they caucused with the other left wing Communist and Socialist parties in the parliamentary system of the Reichstag, eschewing the right wing Nationalist parties, and thereby showed the true nature of their philosophy. They broke with the Communists over the concept that the coming Marxist utopia would be Russo-centric and headquartered in Moscow; Nazi nationalism could not allow that point (this break with Russia is often mischaracterized as anti-Marxism or anti-communism). It is true that Hitler never nationalized Germany's industries. He felt that he controlled the industrialists, and thereby controlled the industries, and would leave nationalization of industry to the next generation of leaders in his 1,000 year Reich.

The Nazis are remembered for sending Brownshirts to riot in the streets. Today, Black Lives Matter and Antifa (note the irony of a group named "anti-fascists" supporting a national socialist movement) fill that role for the new national socialist movement that has put its political support behind Joe Biden. Speech and contrary thought are suppressed, the public is forcibly disarmed, and as our rights erode, the inevitability of the coming stampede of groupthinking national socialists becomes overwhelming.


We are the last xxxxxx of the American Republic.

And locally...


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From Republican Women of Indian River
Attached is the Newsletter for July.  Thank you, Roni Fuster, for another excellent newsletter.

The RWIR Board met to determine when we may have a meeting. We cannot go to Grand Harbor because they are not open.  We are in touch with Bent Pine to hold a meeting there. Because of the increase in cases, we decided not to have a July meeting but are going to try very hard to have an August meeting.  Will keep you posted.

From Republican Club of Indian River, Inc.
Our next event will be our Post-Labor Day Campaign Season Kickoff 9/11 Event at Vero Beach Heritage Center. Food by 14 Bones. No fee to enter; meals $25; members eat free.

 Joe Saul
Secretary Indian River County REC




Joe Saul
Indian River County Republican Executive Committee



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