How the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics adopted the swastika's socialist symbolism from the National Socialist German Workers' Party.  

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The swastika, although an ancient symbol, was also used to represent "S" letters joined for "socialism" under the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis), similar to the alphabetical symbolism for the SS Division, the SA, the NSV, and the VW logo (the letters "V" and "W" joined for "Volkswagen").
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Swastika Maybach Audi Volkswagen VW logos emblems The Pledge of Allegiance (and the military salute) was the origin of Adolf Hitler's "Nazi" salute under the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis).  Francis Bellamy & Edward Bellamy touted National Socialism and the police state in the USA decades before their dogma was exported to Germany where it influenced the NSDAP, its dogma, symbols and rituals.

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Trabant Sachsenring supports the discoveries of the Symbologist Dr. Rex Curry that the swastika, although and ancient symbol, was sometimes used to represent crossed "S" shapes symbolizing "Socialism" for the monstrous National Socialist German Workers' Party.

Volkswagen also supports Dr. Rex Curry's discoveries.

Audi also supports Dr. Curry's discoveries.


The federal government is imposing more sick socialism upon automobiles, and that provides a frightening reminder of similar activity in other police states. The federal government is changing the "GM" symbol to "Government Motors."

An amazing new discovery reveals how the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics adopted swastika-style socialist symbolism from the National Socialist German Workers' Party.

Soviet socialism used the notorious Trabant automobile to popularize the same symbol from German socialism. The Trabant symbol then became a symbol of socialism under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

Most people have never seen the hood ornament of a Trabant: a stylized "S" letter. It is from Germany's "Sachsenring" and it imitates the swastika's "S" for "socialism." The Trabant symbol exposes the swastika as intertwined "S" shapes symbolizing "Socialism" under German National Socialism.

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Volkswagen is part of a similar story. The VW's emblem's alphabetical symbolism still mimics that which was used in the swastika under German National Socialism.

Audi is part of a similar story of alphabetical symbology during the same period.

The VW Beetle is often discussed without mentioning its manufacturer Volkswagen.  The Trabant is similar in that it is often discussed without mentioning Sachsenring, even though the logo is an "S," and not a "T" for Trabant.  

Trabant's Sachsenring company was named after the Sachsenring (circuit or ring) race track. Sachsenring (German: Saxony ring) is located in Hohenstein-Ernstthal near Chemnitz in Saxony,  in eastern Germany.

The first race in the area of Sachsenring was held on 26 May 1927, on a 8.7 km layout on public roads, leading also through the village of Hohenstein-Ernstthal itself. It was dubbed "Sachsenring" in 1937 during the height of German National Socialism. In 1920, the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSGWP) began; in 1930, it gained electoral breakthroughs; in 1933 it imposed dictatorship; and in 1939 it became an ally with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in a pact to divide up Europe, and they invaded Poland, and WWII spread. At that time both countries praised each other's "glorious socialism." They became part of the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): ~60 million killed under the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; ~50 million under the Peoples' Republic of China; ~20 million under the National Socialist German Workers' Party.  

Germany in the 1930's often used symbols for letters and words. Common symbols under the National Socialist German Workers' Party often used the "S" shape, including the side-by-side use in the "SS" Division, and the overlapping use in the swastika. Similar alphabetical symbolism was used by Volkswagen (as in the story referenced above).

The leader of German National Socialism was aware of the practice, and probably the source of the practice, in that he evolved his own signature to begin with a large "S" shape. It was a manner of declaring his socialism every time he signed his name. 

To understand the Trabant it is necessary to delve into its history.

Before the war, and under the National Socialist German Workers' Party, the Sachsenring company operated. Under German National Socialism, car and vehicle manufacturers were required to follow the command of the socialist government in the manufacture of products.

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When the war ended the sick socialism continued and Sachsenring, in East Germany, became part of the German Democratic Republic (GDR or DDR) under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The factory was still required to follow the command of the socialist government in the manufacture of cars.  Initially the factory was used to produce much needed tractors and trucks. The factory became part of IFA which was the socialist state-owned group which ran all of the East German motor industry. Soviet Socialism adopted and popularized the swastika-style symbolism of the socialist car.  

Soviet Socialism adopted the swastika style symbolism of the Trabant, and also perpetuated the terminology of the National Socialist German Workers' Party, calling the GDR "our Socialist Fatherland" under the rule of the East German SED (Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands: the German Socialist Unity Party). The new socialist government interpretated the history of East Germany as the crown and climax of Marxist-Leninist dogma.

As with the red flag of the swastika, red flags continued to be a must. Statues of Lenin and Marx joined the new red flags. Citizens showing disrespect or even reluctance to accept them were, as in the previous socialist era, automatically suspect to the regime and therefore at risk.

The two Germanies were re-unified on October 3, 1990. It was a remarkable disintegration: not with a bang but a whimper, East Germany (the German Democratic Republic) disappeared from the political map. An entire society (soon joined by the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) was consigned (as author Stefan Heym quipped) to the "garbage heap of history."

The USSR had a prior history (pre-dating German National Socialism) of utilizing the swastika as its symbol of socialism.

After the earlier Soviet Socialist use of the swastika, the fad then grew in Germany, where the symbol was popular with socialists and became the sign of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSGWP).

Both countries followed the earlier lead of socialists in the USA in using the swastika as a symbol for socialism.

That socialist dogma is the same dogma that was touted in the late 19th century by National Socialists in the USA. Francis Bellamy (author of the "Pledge of Allegiance") and his cousin and cohort Edward Bellamy (author of the pathetic book "Looking Backward") wanted the government to take over all food, clothing, shelter, schools, goods and services and create an "industrial army" to impose their "military socialism." See the video documentary at

That was the motiviation behind Francis Bellamy's "Pledge of Allegiance" to the flag, the origin of the stiff-armed salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers Party (see the work of the symbologist Dr. Rex Curry, author of "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets" and "Swastika Secrets").

Today, the flag symbolizes authoritarianism in the USA. The historical facts above explain the enormous size and scope of government today, and the USA's police state, and why it is growing so rapidly.  They are reasons for massive reductions in government, taxation, spending and socialism.

Help fight the enormous socialism that continues to grow in today's government.


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In 1867 Bellamy failed to get an appointment to West Point; instead he studied literature for a year at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. He spent much of the next year in Dresden, Germany, where he was impressed by the prosperity of the state-owned china works.

At its beginning the Meissen China manufactory was owned by the King of Saxony; by 1830 it came to belong to the State of Saxony. After World War II, most of the equipment was sent to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (a former ally of Germany under the National Socialist German Workers Party) as part of war reparations However, already by 1946, the workers using traditional methods and the kilns that had not been dismantled were able to resume production. The company became a Soviet Socialist Joint Stock Company in Germany. Almost all of the production was sent to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. After the establishment of the German Democratic Republic under the influence of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the company was handed over to German government ownership in 1950.  After the German reunification in 1990, the company owned again by the State of Saxony which is the sole owner.

For more interesting information about similar socialism under both the National Socialist German Workers Party and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics read about the Trabant Sachsenring at

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After WWII, it wasn't long before car production resumed, and the Trabant was revived.  Cars were not only needed at home, but were also a valuable export commodity earning much needed foreign currency.

The Trabant was originally planned as a three-wheeled motorcycle. The decision to build a four-wheeled car came late in the planning process.

Car production commenced with the IFA F8 which was based on a pre-war DKW design and featured a twin cylinder, water cooled, two stroke engine and front wheel drive.
A larger car, the IFA F9 was developed and made by Sachsenring from 1949-1953.  It looks like a Volkswagen Beetle. This was based on development work carried out before the war by DKW, further development work by the East Germans ironed out a number of faults in the original design. In the west a visually similar DKW model appeared based on the same pre war development, but was much closer to the original design than the IFA F9.

The F9 featured an attractive, aerodynamic body, a new three cylinder two stroke engine, and front wheel drive. Estate and convertible versions were also produced.

Later cars were produced in the Eisenach factory

The first Trabants were developed in 1957, during a time of great shortages especially of steel and petrol, all caused by socialism.  Many economy cars such as bubble cars came into being at this time. Most of these economy cars compromised in some areas; some had restricted seating, some had little or no luggage space, some had minimal performance.  The Trabant remained larger than many small (micro) cars of the time.

The P601 body style was retained retained until the end of production in 1991. That led many people to believe that the cars stayed the same and that no further development took place. In reality the cars did change in some other ways. Changes were carried out in such a way that many of them could be applied to earlier cars. Many older Trabants were rebuilt and updated due to the notorious shortages of socialism.

It could take years for Trabant to be delivered from the time it was ordered.  People who finally received one had no choice but to be very careful with it and to try to repair it.

The Trabant Tramp was the civilian version of the military Kubelwagen, related to the Volkswagen.

In 1988 an agreement was entered with VW to produce Polo engines which were fitted to a much modified version of the P601. This was initially produced in parallel with the two stroke car. Eventually, after the fall of socialism's Berlin wall the production of the two stroke car was phased out.  The car became a symbol of the fall of socialism, as many East Germans streamed into West Berlin and West Germany in their Trabants after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Many were abandoned by their Eastern owners after migrating westward.

Trabants were exported to many countries both within, and outside of the then socialist countries of Eastern Europe.Countries as diverse as Belgium, Holland and South Africa imported them. There were even a couple of attempts to sell them in the UK, the first in 1963, and another some time later (possibly 1972).

A large range of optional extras were available from furry seat covers to a rather clever roof tent which is fitted in place of a roof rack and erects in seconds on top of the car.

During the production of the Trabant the Sachsenring factory was involved in a large amount of research and development. Various prototypes were produced including a diesal engined Trabant, and a four stroke engined hatchback Trabant was developed in cooperation with Skoda.

Although VW is now the major car producer in Zwickau, the Sachsenring company still exists producing components and developing prototype cars.

The Sachsenring track in Saxony continuted to be a racing circuit in eastern Germany. Among other events, it features the annual German motorcycle Grand Prix of the FIM Grand Prix motorcycle racing street motorbike world championship.

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The Sachsenring P240 had a 6 cylinder four stroke engine and conventional rear wheel drive.

The Sachsenring P240 was made between 1955 and 1959

The P70 Estate: full production commenced in 1955

The P70 Coupe was in production up to 1959

The P50 was the first Trabant and was made between 1957 and 1962

The P50 was developed further and this resulted in the P60.

The P60 was produced from 1962 to 1964.

In 1964 the Trabant had a major redisgn which resulted in the launch of the P601.

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Sachsenring made the Trabant IFA F9 from 1949-1953
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The Trabant IFA F9 was developed and made by Sachsenring from 1949-1953.

The name Trabant means "satellite" in German. The name Trabant was chosen in an internal contest in 1957, the year of Sputnik, a satellite.

Before WWII and under the NSGWP, the factories in Zwickau were also the home of the car manufacturers Horch and Audi. They were both part of the Auto Union group which also included DKW.

Called VEB Sachsenring until 1990, it was a producer of vehicles in the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, its most famous product being the Trabant.
After three years in bankruptcy, Sachsenring AG was purchased in February, 2006 by Härterei und Qualitätsmanagement GmbH (HQM) of Leipzig. HQM Sachsenring GmbH continued to be a Zwickau-based company that supplies parts to the automotive industry.

Trabant cars are the topic in "Remnants of things past" by Robert Furlong.  It is an article from E Magazine of September 1, 1997 published by the Earth Action Network, Inc., Volume: 8 Issue: n5 Page: p17(2). It is about a trade-in program for old Trabant cars.

Owners of old, smoke-belching Trabant cars were offered a 10% discount for a Marbellara car purchase and a free two-year transit pass worth $200, if they trade-in their cars. The deal was an attempt to reduce air pollution in Budapest, Hungary.

The article is a good example of how socialism is environmentally disastrous.

It is interesting to note that the USA became so socialistic that bureaucrats there would have banned the Trabant from production and sale for its pollution and lack of safety.

Trabants are the subject in this digital document that was an article by Felix Cerezo from Epoca, published by Difusora de Informacion Periodica, S.A. (DINPESA) May 23, 2003. 

The Trabant, preparing for a second youth: a group of engineers have proposed resucitating this emblem of the old East German regime for commercial use in Africa. There were three million made. Without a doubt, at the fall of the Berlin wall the antiquated car ceased in production.

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The name "Sachsenring" means "Saxony ring." Saxons were a Germanic tribal group who conquered England and merged with the Angles and Jutes to become Anglo-Saxons.  They were dominant in England until the Norman conquest (Normandy was a region in northwest France).

Normandy was a region in northwest France which in the 155 years prior to 1066 had experienced extensive Viking settlement. In the year 911, French Carolingian ruler Charles the Simple had allowed a group of Vikings, under their leader Rollo, to settle in northern France with the idea that they would provide protection along the coast against future Viking invaders. This proved successful and the Vikings in the region became known as the Northmen from which Normandy is derived. The Normans quickly adapted to the indigenous culture, renouncing paganism and converting to Christianity; adopting the langue d'oïl of their new home through the introduction of Norse features, transforming it into the Norman language, and intermarrying with the local populations.

Later, Robert the Bruce had to fight to become king of Scotland.  He was opposed in part because he was of Norman descent.  The Saxons disputed his right to be king.

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