Brown shirt movement planned for Olympics

In keeping with
NuLab’s ideal of stealing all of Adolf Hitler’s best ideas, Gordon Brown is
planning something akin to the Hitler Youth, called the Youth Community
National Movement, to be shown off during the 2012 Olympic Games.

I had missed the
bulk of the speech that Gordon had given in
Manchester in September last year, until it came up
in a thread being discussed over the weekend.


In the speech
Brown said the following:

“Let us do more to support what gives young people
opportunity and idealism: a youth community national service offering thousands
of chances to expand horizons. And as Tessa Jowell has urged us, let us
encourage thousands of young people to be volunteers for the London Olympics of


The Nazis spent lavish sums in preparation for the
Olympic games. Here, German officials show the extent of the Olympic village
using a scale model.
Berlin, Germany, July


London Olympic Park 2012. Even the Olympic village looks remarkably similar.

And of the speech itself. compare it to one of Hitler's early speeches (after taking out the anti Jewish rhetoric) , it sounds like Gordon is making a call to National Socialism.




NuLab – Destroying Britain from
the inside out.



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