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The unbearable asymmetry of neo-Nazi bullshit---WAS: The Nazis WERE .... thick fucking cunts
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Kick your Nazi butt back to the stone age
2017-10-09 21:31:49 UTC
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One of the posters the National Socialists put on walls said that "left"
and "right" were outdated terms.
Gilding the lilies?

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*Why is Nazism considered far-right in political terms?*
Source:
<https://www.quora.com/Why-is-Nazism-considered-far-right-in-political-t
erms?redirected_qid=1122068>

"National Socialism, colloquially termed "Nazism"[1] is generally viewed
as being as far right on the political spectrum as you can get. Far
right politics are generally characterized as having the following
characteristics:

Authoritarian system of government
Nazism is very clearly authoritarian in nature: you exist for the good
of the state, and if the state deems that you are not holding up your
end, the state murders you. If you're lucky, they may just hold off at
sterilization, imprisonment or exile, but murder's a viable option for
the government in Nazism. So yes, Nazism is clearly an authoritarian
ideology.

Nativism and xenophobia
Nativism is the idea that people who are "from" here are better than
people who are not "from" here. The reason I've put "from" in quotation
marks is because this is almost invariably an arbitrary classification -
nativist movements in the US, for example, have not been pro-Native
American, but rather, have just been anti-immigration. The racial
politics of Nazism are more than a little similar to the racist rantings
of nativists, so we've got another box checked.

And as for that whole "low unemployment rate" thing, it actually fits in
here. The NSDAP kept the unemployment rate low by conscription - defend
the Fatherland against the demonic hordes of untermenschen! (And while
I'm at it, the useful infrastructure projects had been inaugurated under
Weimar rule, whereas the projects most akin to South Africa's World Cup
stadiums - which is to say, useless bits of propaganda that were
guaranteed to not pay for themselves - were Nazi projects.)

Extreme revulsion towards communists and socialists
Now, you can point to many states throughout the years that have banned
communist parties despite not being far right. However, you really
cannot point to any states that have banned social democratic parties
without being far right. The Nazis fall into that latter category -
anything that remotely sounded left-leaning got banned.

A general lack of belief in the concept of equality
This goes hand in hand with the racism/xenophobia side of things, but in
the end, the far right does not believe that people are equal, is not
interested in redressing the imbalance and view the lesser people as
being fit for exile, at best. This characterizes pretty much every party
that gets labelled as far right, and it sure as shooting characterizes
Nazism."

Dangerous brain atavism is typically found among neo-Nazis.
And no sane person desires to follow that kind of madness.
Neo-Nazis still live in the dark glory of the Drittes Reich!
Luckily modern Germany has moved on!

But hey, Nazis and neo-Nazis always have a strange relationship with the
our Universe.
Maybe Topaz should search for another Universe to live in?
--
Lock all Nazi fuckers up for good! Lets enjoy our "Kristalltag"!
Kick your Nazi butt back to the stone age
2017-10-09 21:37:16 UTC
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"Democracy is the art of running the circus from the monkey cage."
Surprise-surprise! Neo Nazis keep on poopooing democracy!
But what is the real difference in the system they offer as
replacement?

*Difference Between Fascism & Liberal Democracy*
Source:
"http://classroom.synonym.com/difference-between-fascism-liberal-
democracy-5556.html"

The terms liberal democracy and fascism are used to mean different
things in different parts of the world, depending on who is using the
terms and in what context they are being used. In the U.S., fascism
usually has negative connotations that are associated with the
genocidal policies of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party. Liberal
democracy, on the other hand, invokes images of freedom, individuality
and a government system that takes a hands-off approach to its rule.
Etymological Differences

The word fascism comes from the Latin word fasces, which means a
bundle of rods with a projecting axe blade, often carried by a
functionary in ancient Rome as a symbol of a magistrate’s power. The
term liberalism is also Latin in origin and comes from the word liber,
which means free or generous. The term democracy comes from the Greek
words demo, which means the people, and kratia, which means power or
rule.

_Structural and Ideological Differences_

Fascism is considered a political philosophy characterized by the
belief that government should use coercion and force to rule the
people, usually by means of a mass-based, militant ultra-nationalist
political party. Throughout history, fascist governments have killed
or imprisoned large populations of specific races, nationalities and
people of different religions, and have used violent means to increase
their power both internally and externally. Liberal democracy can be
considered a form of government that encourages all people within a
country’s borders to participate in government activities through the
expression of their own beliefs and opinions, even when those beliefs
are in opposition to those of the ruling party. Liberalism can mean
either the belief in freedom from government control or the belief in
a less conservative, or more progressive, government system.

_U.S. Business Interests_

Prior to World War II, some American companies supported fascist
elements overseas, and although their rhetoric was generally
anti-capitalist, fascists usually served U.S. business interests
better than their Communist counterparts. During the war, American
companies cut their ties with the fascist elements and began providing
supplies and armaments to the Communist-controlled Soviet Union. Since
the end of the war, Americans have worked to create capitalist,
free-market systems in former fascist and communist countries alike.
This is in alignment with traditional liberal democracy, which takes a
laissez-faire approach to economic policy and offers private
businesses a great deal of autonomy and protection.

_Political Perspectives and Labels_

Books like Jonah Goldberg’s "Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of
the American Left" provide skewed interpretations of liberalism and
fascism, associating two otherwise incompatible approaches to
government as though they were one and the same. Websites like
politicalcompass.org, which separates economics from social ideology,
attempts to make these labels clearer, but the ever changing nature of
politics prevents the definitions of these terms from being
permanently set in stone. Despite the difficulties and double talk of
politics and political labeling, the memories and records of wartime
fascist policies will continue to be a reminder to Americans that
fascism is a form of government that seeks to control the masses,
while liberal democracy offers individuality and freedom from
government control, as well as the right of the people to participate
in the political process."

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Dangerous brain atavism is typically found among neo-Nazis.
And no sane person desires to follow that kind of madness.
Neo-Nazis still live in the dark glory of the Drittes Reich!
Luckily modern Germany has moved on!

But hey, Nazis and neo-Nazis always have a strange relationship with the
our Universe.
Maybe Topaz should search for another Universe to live in?
--
Lock all Nazi fuckers up for good! Lets enjoy our "Kristalltag"!
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