US Fed blames rise of Nazis on Spanish flu in preemptive bid to dodge responsibility for post-Covid extremism | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

US Fed blames rise of Nazis on Spanish flu in preemptive bid to dodge responsibility for post-Covid extremism

The US Federal Reserve has claimed the rise of Nazism in Germany was due to the 1918 influenza pandemic– historical revisionism that may seek to absolve the Fed from responsibility for the fallout from its own disastrous policies.

Influenza deaths during the 1918-1920 pandemic triggered “long-term societal changes” that led Germans to vote for Hitler en masse in 1933, New York Fed economist Kristian Blickle claims in a paper published with the Fed this month. Confusing correlation with causation on such a grand scale would get the average data scientist laughed out of a lecture hall, but Blickle works for the Fed, so his conclusions were reprinted with a straight face in the Wall Street Journal on Monday.

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