At a time of crisis, terror and tyranny, Claus von Stauffenberg seized the initiative and tried to assassinate Adolf Hitler and overthrow the Nazi regime in a coup in July, 1944. As such, he is an example to us all today.
The mass impoverishment of people by the fractional reserve banking scam led by the Rothschilds and Rockefellers — the families have just merged their financial “empires” according to the FT –, the mass poisonong of people by pandemic and other vaccines, the false flag wars and establishment of a police state around us – these are all made possible because too many people refuse to take responsibility.
Too many people resemble Adolf Hitler. They may not be psychopaths like him. But they live small lives mired in the will to power and money, flattering themselves with delusions of greatness which have no basis in objective reality.
Too few people are willing to step up to the plate and actively fight evil like Stauffenberg.
The choice is yours. You are free to chose. But you must pay the price of your choice.
Read a fun, fictional account of Stauffenberg’s adventures on July 20th here.
Ask yourself honestly: Am I more like Hitler or like Stauffenberg? In what way? Why? What can I do to change and recover my power and my sense of self worth?