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Friday, March 3, 2017

Man Shares A Photo of Shocking Early Signs of New World Order

Man Shared Photo of Shocking Early Signs of New World Order

The photo is recently gaining more than 200,000 shares. The caption says that the photo was taken from a display in United States Holocaust Museum. The poster named Frank Leone wants this to go viral in every social media outlet. The poster probably shared the photo so that many people will be aware of early signs of Fascism and in the larger scale, it may lead to the New World Order.

Man Shared Photo of Shocking Early Signs of New World Order

Frank Leone writes:
From a display in the United States Holocaust Museum. I wanna see this go viral on every social media outlet yet invented.
Man Shared Photo of Shocking Early Signs of New World Order

Since the Second World War up to the later stages of the Cold War, many citizens coming from different states experienced oppression inflicted by several forms of Fascist, extreme right-wing and populist leadership. The most notable example would be Adolf Hitler's Nazi Germany. The regime started out with the promotion of extreme nationalism that led to tragic deaths of millions of people, mostly Jews and Russians. The enumerated lists reminds people of Nazi Germany based on what they have read in history books. In fact, the photo is taken from United States Holocaust Museum.

Man Shared Photo of Shocking Early Signs of New World Order

Most Americans even linked the list to the recent actions of the present administration, while some conspiracy theorists also commented on Frank Leone's post. They stress out the fact that fascism can be a progenitor to the much more feared New World Order. By sharing  Frank's captured list you can warn people to take a stand against fascism.

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