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Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, whose office arranges the briefings, was asked recently what he would want to say to Trump to help educate him about foreign policy and perhaps counter some of his ideas, such as temporarily banning Muslims from entering the United States.'There's a long-standing practice of briefing each of the candidates once they are officially designated.
And that sort of shifts into higher gear, in terms of detail, after the president-elect is known,' Clapper said.
These were the military figures of Erich Ludendorff, who participated in Hitler’s Munich Putsch, and Paul Hindenburg, who as Germany’s president, appointed Hitler as chancellor.
And with the popularity of military “heroes” such as Admiral Mike Mullins who opines to TV audiences on secular matters such as “deficits,” and General David Petraeus, now being touted as a 2012 presidential contender, the comparing of modern-day America with pre-WW II Germany is a valid study in historical precedents.
on at least two grounds - the battlefield and the minds of the people via propaganda.
Perceptions of “good guys” and “bad guys” — or whether wars should be fought or shunned — can be altered by those who control the vehicles of propaganda, namely, the press and television.
Harking back to the scenario which set the stage for the rise of the Third Reich, one can clearly observe similar societal ills and influences between early 20th century Germany and today’s America.
With Germany’s Social Democrats controlling the post-WW I Weimar Republic, Germans viewed the new political regime as being “rife with Jews” with an “internationalist world-view” inimical to the German folkish love of Fatherland.