The NAZI party stood for national socialist party.



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I understand that the left which is largely made up of fools, useful fools, tools, and self-promoting and aggrandizing socialists does not want to publicly admit that the most evil political organization of the last century was actually socialist. So are the communist nations, fascism, and crony capitalism. The American Democrat party sold its soul and all actual american values to socialism years ago. Even the famous Roosevelts were socialists or socialist minded. Franklin was once asked about all the KNOWN communists working in and for his cabinet and simply laughed. He knew but did not care. They served his purposes and that was all he cared about. That the communists were dangerous and would sell out america as quickly as they were asked to do so was of not particular import to FDR. The fact that several commies did sell secrets, give political and scientific information to the communists is simply historical footnotes such as the Soviet Union developed the nuclear bomb off knowledge given them by american communist spies. That democrats, liberals of all stripes and socialists fervently refute the basic facts should tell you all you need to know about the values of socialism. 


English MP (Member of Parliament) Daniel Hannan, famous for his speech “the devalued Prime Minister of a devalued government,” is no stranger to controversy.

As a member of the European Conservatives and Reformist Group, he often says things that runs against the grain of prevailing sentiment in elitist circles.

In this speech, posted on December 9th of this year, Hannan sets out to prove how the infamous German fuhrer Adolf Hitler was not a man of the right, but a different type of socialist.

Mr Hannan opens, “Ladies and gentleman, who said this? ‘I am a socialist. And a very different kind of socialist from your rich friend Count Reventlow.’

Among the points that back Mr. Hannan’s point is the official Nazi platform; particularly, its economic policies:

9. All citizens must possess equal rights and duties.

10. The first duty of every citizen must be to work mentally or physically. No individual shall do any work that offends against the interest of the community to the benefit of all.

Therefore we demand:

11. That all unearned income, and all income that does not arise from work, be abolished. […]

14. We demand profit-sharing in large industries.

15. We demand a generous increase in old-age pensions.

In bold letters, the Nazi platform summarizes:


As Hannan points out, while socialists and fascists, two different kinds of authoritarian collectivists, fought one another for power, both groups were hostile to the classically liberal true “right” – which stands for individual freedom.

Later on in the video [5:30], a questioner asks: “How is it freedom to not have your daily bread, to not go to a reasonable school, to not have any opportunities to develop yourself as a young person…?”

Mr. Hannan replied, “Let’s leave aside whether or not one means positive freedom or negative freedom. If you want those opportunities, if you want decent schools, if you want a rise in living standards, would you go to North Korea or South Korea?” Much of the audience applauded in approval.

In a related article in the Telegraph, “So total is the Left’s cultural ascendancy that no one likes to mention the socialist roots of fascism,” Daniel Hannan points out how uncomfortable it makes people to recite basic historical facts about history:

One of the most stunning achievements of the modern Left is to have created a cultural climate where simply to recite these facts is jarring. History is reinterpreted, and it is taken as axiomatic that fascism must have been Right-wing, the logic seemingly being that Left-wing means compassionate and Right-wing means nasty and fascists were nasty. You expect this level of analysis from Twitter mobs; you shouldn’t expect it from mainstream commentators.

It is astounding to see how one political faction can so thoroughly dominate discourse as to condition the cultural terrain whereby any opposition is considered “hate,” “racism,” or “bigotry.” But much like with the Democratic Party in the United States, the first rule of polite, politically correct conversation is to never drag the skeletons out of the left’s closet.

Watch the entire excellent video here.

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A retired professional Aviator, Air Traffic Supervisor, writer and Conservative Christian. I've been writing since college, raced cars and motorcycles, flew general aviation aircraft, worked for the FAA for 27 years, work on computers, work with youth at my church, study history (particularly Amerindian and the western movement) and biblical subjects. I write on several blogs, am published in local newspapers and, occasionally, write articles for national distribution though I am really trying to enjoy my retirement. Having little use for socialists (democrats) nor fools, I am occasionally controversial but rarely wrong.

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