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Benjamin
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Was mir auffällt ist die Glorifizierung von Donald Trump durch seine engen Mitarbeiter im Weißen Haus, darunter Stephen Bannon: Er ist deren "Führer".


So wie Hitler damals
  • - durch Wahlen ins Parlament kam, so wurde auch Trump Präsident,
  • - den administrativen Staat mit dessen Gewaltenteilung (Juridikative, Legislative, Exekutive) faktisch zerstören wollte und das auch machte (er ersetzte die Gewaltenteilung durch eine gleichgeschaltete Zentralgewalt), so will auch Trump den administrativen Staat "dekonstruieren" (zerstören, ganz abbauen)
  • - bereits vor der Machtergreifung und seinen Kriegen veröffentlichte, was er wollte ("Mein Kampf"), so hat Trump in seinen Reden seine Ziele benannt. In seinen Reden habe er alles gesagt, was er machen wird. Die Medien und die sonstigen "Ungläubigen" würden das nur nicht verstehen.
  • - Kriege für seine Zielerreichung für unausweichlich hielt, so auch wahrscheinlich Trump, auf jeden Fall sein Chefstratege Bannon (gegen Iran, gegen China)
  • - das Militär hochrüstete, so will auch Trump die US-Atomstreitkräfte mir irren Geldbeträgen hochrüsten will zur absoluten Nr. 1 in der Welt.
  • - damals von der Weltwirtschaftskrise profitierte, so dürfte auch Trump profitieren von den wohl bald anstehenden negativen Auswirkungen der völligen Überschuldung von privaten und öffentlichen Haushalten, was begleitet sein wird von dem bereits begonnenem Misstrauen gegenüber dem Finanzsystem, dem nicht zugetraut wird, mit diesen Gefahren gut (im Sinne des Allgemeinwohls) umzugehen.

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Dieser Aufsatz ist wirklich lesenswert:

Him
His election that November came as a surprise…

Parallelen zwischen Trump und Hitler
Zitat:
His followers exulted, but the various right-wing elites preserved their calm. Although they had failed to keep him from power, they were sure that they could control him. He was good at convincing his followers that he was a revolutionary and convincing others that he was harmless.
By Timothy Snyder
Timothy Snyder is the Housum Professor of History at Yale University and the author of Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning.
http://www.slate.com/articles/news_a..._surprise.html

Hier ein Interview mit dem o. g. amerikanische Historiker Timothy Snyder:
Zitat:
Snyder: Die Geschichte wiederholt sich nicht. Sie reimt sich nicht einmal. Aber die Geschichtswissenschaft zeigt uns, wie gewisse Dinge zusammenhängen. Sie weist uns auf gewisse Muster hin. Und Trump steht für gewisse Eigenschaften, die in der Geschichte mit anderen Dingen zusammenhängen, die uns nicht gefallen können. Natürlich hat Trump nichts von dem getan, was das Naziregime angerichtet hat – aber Hitler hatte das 1932 und 1933 auch noch nicht getan. Die Zeit bewegt sich vorwärts, und man sollte sich bemühen, Ereignissen zuvorzukommen, bevor sie passieren. Wenn man einfach die nächste schlimme Sache abwartet, findet man sich ganz schnell in einer vollkommen anderen Lage wieder. Ich sage nicht: Es wird unweigerlich so kommen wie damals. Ich sage: Wir haben es mit etwas radikal Neuem zu tun. Und wenn man es mit etwas radikal Neuem zu tun hat, sollte man seine Sicht auf die Geschichte erweitern und darüber nachdenken, was alles möglich ist.
Quelle: Hannes Stein, 16.01.2017, https://www.welt.de/kultur/article16...-den-Kopf.html
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Direktor des Instituts für Zeitgeschichte (IfZ) in München, Andreas Wirsching:
Zitat:
Parallelen zum Aufstieg der Nationalsozialisten sieht Wirsching in der Erosion des Parteiensystems und dem Versuch, durch Dekrete wie den Erlass zum - vorerst gestoppten - Einreiseverbot für bestimmte Muslime Rechtsunsicherheit und ein Machtvakuum zu schaffen.

„Man kann nur hoffen, dass die konservativen Eliten nicht den gleichen Fehler machen wie in der Weimarer Republik bei Hitler und der Versuchung erliegen, sich Trump irgendwie andienen zu wollen.“
Quelle: Mittwoch, 22.02.2017, "Unheimliche Parallelen" - Einreiseverbot, Mauerbau und Medienhass: Wie viel Hitler steckt in Donald Trump? http://www.focus.de/politik/ausland/...d_6688967.html

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Die offen sichtbaren Parallelen zwischen dem Propagandaminister Göbbels damals und den Propagandisten von Trump heute sind wirklich erschreckend, wie hier an einigen Beispielen aufgezeigt wird:

Unsettling Echoes: Joseph Goebbels (1933), Sean Spicer (2017), Steve Bannon (2017)
By Jane Caplan • on January 30, 2017 • in Historians' Watch, Histories of the Present, http://www.historyworkshop.org.uk/un...e-bannon-2017/
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Kriegsfahren in der Präsidentschaft von Donald Trump:
Warum Trumps Politik schnell zum Krieg zwischen China und den USA führen kann
http://www.focus.de/politik/experten...d_6581816.html
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"Wir werden in den nächsten zehn Jahren Krieg mit China führen":
So denkt Stephen Bannon, der wichtigste Berater von Donald Trump, Auch einen weiteren Krieg im Nahen Osten hält er für unausweichlich
Quelle: The Huffington Post | von Benjamin Reuter, 02/02/2017, [url]http://www.huffingtonpost.de/2017/02/02/trump-berater-bannon-wir-_n_14566394.html

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Steve Bannon: 'We're going to war in the South China Sea ... no doubt'

Only months ago Donald Trump’s chief strategist predicted military involvement in east Asia and the Middle East in Breitbart radio shows
Zitat:
While many in Trump’s team are outspoken critics of China, in radio shows Bannon hosted for Breitbart he makes plain the two largest threats to America: China and Islam.

“We’re going to war in the South China Sea in five to 10 years,” he said in March 2016. “There’s no doubt about that. They’re taking their sandbars and making basically stationary aircraft carriers and putting missiles on those. They come here to the United States in front of our face – and you understand how important face is – and say it’s an ancient territorial sea.”
Zitat:
Bannon’s sentiments and his position in Trump’s inner circle add to fears of a military confrontation with China, after secretary of state Rex Tillerson said that the US would deny China access to the seven artificial islands. Experts warned any blockade would lead to war.

Bannon is clearly wary of China’s growing clout in Asia and beyond, framing the relationship as entirely adversarial, predicting a global culture clash in the coming years.
Zitat:
“You have an expansionist Islam and you have an expansionist China. Right? They are motivated. They’re arrogant. They’re on the march. And they think the Judeo-Christian west is on the retreat,” Bannon said during a February 2016 radio show (https://soundcloud.com/breitbart/bre...-news-daily-69).
Quelle: by Benjamin Haas, Thursday 2 February 2017, https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...bt?CMP=soc_567
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Artikel in der Hongkonger "South China Morning Post":
China ‘steps up preparedness for possible military conflict with US’Donald Trump’s election as US president has increased the risk of hostilities breaking out, according to Chinese state media and analysts
PUBLISHED : Friday, 27 January, 2017, 7:01am
UPDATED : Friday, 27 January, 2017, 9:23am
Zitat:
China is stepping up preparedness for a possible military conflict with the US as the Donald Trump presidency has increased the risk of hostilities breaking out, state media and military observers said.
Zitat:
Beijing is bracing itself for a possible deterioration in Sino-US ties, with a particular emphasis on maritime security.

The People’s Liberation Army said in a commentary on its official website last Friday, the day of Trump’s inauguration, that the chances of war have become “more real” amid a more complex security situation in Asia Pacific.
Zitat:
The commentary written by an official at the national defence mobilisation department in the Central Military Commission (...)“‘A war within the president’s term’ or ‘war breaking out tonight’ are not just slogans, they are becoming a practical reality,”
Zitat:
The official People’s Daily said in another commentary on Sunday that China’s military would conduct exercises on the high seas regardless of foreign provocations. China’s sole aircraft carrier Liaoning passed through the narrow Taiwan Strait last month.

The commentary referred to remarks by the US secretary of state Rex Tillerson hopeful that the US should stop China’s access to artificial islands it has built in disputed areas of the South China Sea.

New White House spokesman Sean Spicer told a press conference on Monday that the US would prevent China from taking over territory in international waters in the South China Sea.
Zitat:
Ian Storey, a senior fellow at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore, said some of the comments from Trump’s key advisors and appointees suggest that the US may pursue a more hardline policy against Beijing in the South China Sea over the next four years
Zitat:
Meanwhile, Vice-Admiral Yuan Yubai, the former North Sea Fleet commander, has been promoted to head the Southern Theatre Command, which focuses on the South China Sea. “Promoting naval officers to command theatres is aimed at utilising them to the maximum and getting ready to win wars,” Song Zhongping, a military affairs commentator at Phoenix TV, said.
http://www.scmp.com/news/china/diplo...ry-conflict-us

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Analoger Artikel in der South China Morning Post:

In the Trump era, we can’t rule out war between China and the US, whether over trade or security
Deng Yuwen says direct conflict is possible between the two powers – with their vastly different models – when distrust runs so deep. A Trump presidency may well send the two tumbling into a Thucydides trap

PUBLISHED : Friday, 10 February, 2017, 11:05am
UPDATED : Friday, 10 February, 2017, 7:14pm
http://www.scmp.com/comment/insight-...and-us-whether
Zitate daraus:
Zitat:
The “Thucydides trap”, a scenario in the study of international relations, warns of the attendant danger of war when a rising power rivals a ruling power. With Donald Trump as US president, the behaviour and policies of the new administration have greatly increased the possibility of the US and China falling into such a trap.

In a short space of time, Trump has shown the world his way of working. In terms of political integrity, he is fulfilling his campaign promises. But the world is watching in alarm because, as foreign policy, those promises are rather terrifying. Trump has yet to turn his various complaints about China into actual policy, but this only puts the world on edge. Any strike by America, whether to launch a trade war or in an act of strategic provocation, is likely to be fierce. And Beijing is bound to fight back hard.
Zitat:
Chinese scholar Shi Yinhong (时殷弘) has offered four possible scenarios for the future of Sino-US relations.
  1. First, China undertakes a historic contraction, thus averting a clash.
  2. Second, the US and China gain equal power in the Pacific, and Washington recognises Beijing’s strategic advantage in the western area.
  3. Third, the two sides enter a cold war or quasi cold war.
  4. Fourth, they engage in direct confrontation.
Shi believes the first two scenarios are peaceful and will not result in the two falling into the Thucydides trap. The best outcome can be achieved if the US recognises China’s strategic interests. Thus, he thinks only the second option favours China.

However, judging from the current situation, China and the US are in the third scenario, and the possibility of the fourth – direct confrontation – cannot be ruled out in the next few years.
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Thucydides trap: when a rising power causes fear in an established power which escalates toward war. The theory that American anxiety about China’s increasing power might evolve into animosity and aggression. https://schott.blogs.nytimes.com/201...des-trap/?_r=0

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People's Daily:
The People's Daily is the biggest newspaper group in China.
The paper is an official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party, published worldwide with a circulation of 3 to 4 million. It also has an English editions. The newspaper provides direct information on the policies and viewpoints of the government.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People's_Daily

Daraus dieser Artikel:

Trump's accusations against China comical
Zitat:
As US president, Trump should be more cautious when commenting on other countries. After all, the White House is not a standup comedy theater. Every word of the US president will be recorded and discussed. When the US president says whatever comes across his mind and is not held responsible for his words, people do not know how to respond to it.
February 25, 2017, editor: Du Mingming, Bianji, http://en.people.cn/n3/2017/0225/c90000-9182631.html

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