Martin Niemoller did not write "First they came for the Socialists..." (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry)

Martin Niemoller never said "First they came for the Socialists..."
Martin Niemoller never said "First they came for the Socialists..."  (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry).  The ignorant use of the term "socialist" in the verse is common because of widespread ignorance that "Nazis" did not call themselves "Nazis," they called themselves socialists.  Niemoller was an early supporter of Hitler's socialism, so Niemoller would not have written "First they came for the socialists" (unless his poem is a cynical inside joke about how socialists have set world records killing other socialists as under Stalin and Soviet Socialism; Mao and Chinese socialism; Hitler and German socialism, et cetera. In that sense, the phrase would have been accurate).
Socialists lie about the poem (they use the "socialist" version) in order to cover-up the fact that Hitler's supporters called themselves "socialists" and did so while speaking and writing at length about their deadly dogma.
Some websites (e.g. Wikipedia) concede the phrase's lack of support (on the wakipedia page entitled "First they came for..."), yet those websites fail to explain the illogic of the phrase. It is a glaring omission due to the cowardice of wannabe intellectuals. That failure exists because dedicated liars on wakipedia do not want to explain that Hitler's supporters called themselves "socialists."  Wakipedia begins by finessing the phrase as "First they came for..." in the title and leaving off the term "socialist."  Yet, on Wakipedia's page for "Martin Niemoller" the false version ("First they came for the socialists...") tops the page, and the rest of the page is designed to hide the fact that "Nazis" did not call themselves "Nazis," but called themselves "socialists" (this is a common method of deceit throughout Wakipedia).  Of course, Wakipedia changes by the millisecond, so by the time anyone reads this and views Wakipedia, its deceits might have been covered-up. Wakipedia tricks readers because its name rhymes with "Encyclopedia" (and its slogan is: "The Free Encyclopedia") even though it is merely an anonymous bulletin board where anybody can post anything (including lies and the lying liars who tell them).  Wakipedia and other websites cover-up for socialism.

According to one interviewer, Niemoller (1892–1984) himself conceded that he did not use the term "socialist."  No one can cite an original source for Niemoller using the term "socialist" in the popular misrepresentation of the poem. 

(Dr. Rex Curry is also famous for his article "Hitler never said 'Third Reich.' ")

Dr. Curry is also famous for his discovery that the swastika, although an ancient symbol, was used by Hitler's German socialists to represent crossed S-letters for their "socialism."

Munich Soviet Republic (aka Bavarian Soviet Republic) & Adolf Hitler exposed by historian Dr. Rex Curry

Munich Soviet Republic & Bavarian Soviet Republic
The socialist Adolf Hitler participated in three attempted violent socialist "revolutions" (but he succeeded in imposing socialism via voters electing him to office).  The book "Third Reich" by Ian Tinny discusses the topic at 
The following are Hitler's three attempts at violent socialist revolution (two were at Munich and those two were only four years apart) -

1. Munich Soviet Republic 1918-1919 (aka Bavarian Soviet Republic) - under Kurt Eisner. German socialists conspired with Soviet socialists to spread the Soviet socialist "revolution" into Germany. 

2. Munich Beer Hall Putsch - 1923 (November 8-9, 1923).  Hitler was arrested for his socialist activities, and was charged with treason, in connection with the Munich Beer Hall Putsch.  Imprisoned, Hitler wrote his socialist manifesto "Mein Kampf."

3. Poland 1939 - German socialists and Soviet socialists became allies in 1939 in a pact to divide up Europe, spreading WWII, and leading to the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part), the worst slaughter of humanity in history.  Hitler and German socialists touted international socialism in a conspiracy with Soviet socialists.

Concerning the Munich Soviet Republic, Hitler had suspiciously little to say in Mein Kampf or ever.  An excerpt: "In the course of the new revolution of the Councils I for the first time acted in such a way as to arouse the disapproval of the Central Council. Early in the morning of April 27, 1919, I was to be arrested..."  Another excerpt: "A few days after the liberation of Munich, I was ordered to report to the examining commission concerned with revolutionary occurrences in the Second Infantry regiment." There is nothing about his reasons for staying in Munich, nothing about the horrors of the councils (soviets) which he actually knew, nothing about the severe fighting that preceded the liberation of Munich. A photograph exists that seems to show Hitler at Kurt Eisner’s funeral procession.

While in jail for his second attempted socialist revolution (the Beer Hall Putsch), Hitler wrote Mein Kampf which promotes socialism (by the very word "socialism" repeated over and over by Hitler) from beginning to end.  Hitler always used the term "Socialist" to describe himself and his dogma, and he did not refer to himself as a "Nazi," nor as a "Fascist," nor did he use the term "Third Reich" (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry concerning the linguistics of German socialists under Hitler).  Those latter terms are used today by socialists to cover-up what Hitler and his supporters called themselves: SOCIALISTS (again see Dr. Curry's work exposing this common fraud in modern history books). According to Mein Kampf, Hitler immersed himself in Marxist studies.  Hitler also adopted as his notorious symbol the very same symbol that was used on the first paper money of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.  Here is a graphic image of that symbol on 250 ruble currency. 
Hitler used the Soviet socialist symbol to represent crossed "S" letters for his own socialism under the National Socialist German Workers Party (again see the ground-breaking work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry).
Eisner and the Munich Soviet Republic used a solid red flag for the "socialist revolution." Hitler used the red flag too, and place his crossed "S" letters for "socialism" upon his red banner.
Hitler also adopted the notorious stiff-armed salute that originated in the USA's Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, authored by the American National Socialist Francis Bellamy (this is another astounding discovery by the historian Dr. Rex Curry)

It is fascinating to see how almost all so-called historians refuse to describe the Beer Hall Putsch as an attempted violent socialist revolution, even though that is exactly how Hitler perceived it and described it.  People say 'Hitler said exactly what he was going to do in Mein Kampf! We must not forget!" And then the history books actively hide what Hitler was said in Mein Kampf, and afterward.

Bavarian Soviet Republic Munich Soviet Republic


North Koreans call themselves socialists. North Korea was created/occupied by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
Modern Socialist Dark Ages w historian Dr. Rex Curry
SOCIALIST DARK AGES w historian Dr. Rex Curry

North Korea is an example of the ongoing socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part) and the socialist Dark Ages, which are much worse than the old Dark Ages because many millions more people suffered and died under the socialist Dark Ages. There is a reason why it is called the socialist Dark Ages, and that reason is visible in any satellite photograph of N Korea at night.
Here is an excerpt from a book about it based on the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry
For additional information see

"Third Reich" was never said by Adolf Hitler regarding his National Socialism

Dr. Rex Curry the first person to say "There is no example of Hitler ever saying 'Third Reich'"?

Is Dr. Curry the first person to ever notice this fact? The first to mention it on the web or anywhere?

If anyone knows of any other examples, please post a response. 

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Adolf Hitler never said Third Reich
Adolf Hitler never wrote the phrase "Third Reich"

There is no example that Hitler ever said "Third Reich"

Hitler did not say "Third Reich"

Dr. Rex Curry debunks Pledge of Allegiance & Swastika symbol

Dr. Rex Curry, the historian, showed that the American socialist Francis Bellamy's Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Nazi salute & Nazi behavior(e.g. robotic chanting to flags) under Hitler's socialism. German socialists used their Nazi flag's symbol to represent crossed "S" letters for their socialism (another news-breaking discovery made by Dr. Curry) 
Rex Curry exposed the Pledge of Allegiance and American Nazism
Here is a famous quote: 
"Remove the pledge from the flag; remove the flag from the schools; remove schools from government."
Rex Curry debunked Socialism's swastika

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Stop The Pledge Foundation (STP)

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I work for the "Stop The Pledge" foundation, a non-profit group dedicated to freeing Americans from the Pledge of Allegiance and its putrid past of robotic nazi-style brainwashing. Americans are ignorant about their Pledge of Allegiance. Please see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry cited in the book "Libertarian History" by the author Lin Xun. It includes these shockers: (1) that the "Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag" was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior; (2) that the military salute was the origin of the Nazi salute (via the military salute's use in the original Pledge of Allegiance) and; (3) Swastikas represented crossed "S" letter shapes for "socialist" under Hitler. At amazon At kindle The National Socialist German Workers Party was influenced by American National Socialists, including Francis Bellamy (author of the Pledge) and his cousin and cohort Edward Bellamy (the author of American books on National Socialism). Remove the Pledge from the flag. Remove the flag from schools. Remove schools from government.