Beer Hall Putsch

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The Beer Hall Putsch was a failed coup d'etat psyop taking place on November 8 and 9 (9-11), 1923. The psyop was used to promote the until then unknown Austrian painter Adolf Hitler with the public and served as a propaganda tool for the Nazionists to become powerful in the 1920s and 30s. The Beer Hall Putsch led to the detainment of Adolf Hitler and Rudolf Hess who wrote Mein Kampf in prison together.

Official story

Wikipedia:[MSM 1]

The putsch brought Hitler to the attention of the German nation and generated front-page headlines in newspapers around the world. His arrest was followed by a 24-day trial, which was widely publicised and gave him a platform to publicise his nationalist sentiment to the nation. Hitler was found guilty of treason and sentenced to five years in Landsberg Prison, where he dictated Mein Kampf to his fellow prisoners Emil Maurice and Rudolf Hess. On 20 December 1924, having served only nine months, Hitler was released.

Right, convicted for treason and released after 9 months, makes sense!

Der neunte Elfte (9/11, literally the Ninth of the Eleventh) became one of the most important dates on the Nazi calendar, especially following the seizure of power in 1933. Annually until the fall of Nazi Germany, the putsch would be commemorated nationwide, with the major events taking place in Munich.

9/11 commemorations, no kidding?!

The anniversary could be a time of tension in Nazi Germany. The ceremony was cancelled in 1934, coming as it did after the so-called Night of the Long Knives. In 1938, it """coincided""" with the Kristallnacht, and in 1939 with the [staged] attempted assassination of Hitler by Johann Georg Elser.

Psyop chain programming, think 3/22 (Skull & Bones day) - Brussels 2016-Westminster 2017.

The attempted putsch was inspired by Benito Mussolini's successful March on Rome, from 22 to 29 October 1922. Hitler and his associates planned to use Munich as a base for a march against Germany's Weimar Republic government. Two days after the putsch, Hitler was arrested and charged with high treason in the special People's Court. Some of his fellow conspirators, including Rudolf Hess, were also arrested, while others, including Hermann Göring and Ernst Hanfstaengl, escaped to Austria. The Nazi Party's headquarters was raided, and its newspaper, the Völkischer Beobachter ("The People's Observer"), was banned.

Creating the popular support for the Nazis. Charged with "high treason", yet released from prison after 9 months. Suuure. Cause "high treason" is normally not an offence you get the death penalty for.

Supporters of the Putsch

Key supporters

Other notable supporters

Research

Miles Mathis has published an analysis of the Beer Hall Putsch narrative with related plots of the time and others.[R 1]

See also

References

Mainstream

  1. Beer Hall Putsch - Wikipedia

Research