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  • n. Plural form of Brownshirt.

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  • They manipulate the Tea Party movement (aka Brownshirts) and they have their own ministry of propaganda in Fox News.

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  • Most of them were too stupid to know that the Brownshirts were the SA; i.e. Hitler's private army.

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  • The SA, lead by the homosexual, Ernst Roehm used the "Brownshirts" to intimidate, beat up, and even kill the German citizens to keep them in line.

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  • The term "Brownshirts" came from the German people, before and after Hitler and his Nazis achieved power.

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  • The "Brownshirts" that love the Fascist republicans need to go to:

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  • "Brownshirts" would be there trying to shout down our Democratic Representative.

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  • The '' 'Brownshirts' '', [[Storm Troopers]], or '' 'Sturmabteilung' '' (SA) were a paramilitary organisation within the [[Nazi Party]] in interwar

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  • The '' 'Brownshirts' '', [[Storm Troopers]], or '' 'Sturmabteilung' '' (SA) were a paramilitary organisation within the [[Nazi Party]] in interwar Germany, founded to protect Nazi meetings from disruption and to break up the meetings of other parties, but also used to intimidate, beat up and murder

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  • It truly does remind me of the "Brownshirts" in pre-WW2 Germany.

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  • Yup, the Brownshirts were the Sturmarbteiling (sp?), the S.A. of the early years of Nazism who were purged as soon as Hitler took power because they were too much of a security risk. (ref.

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