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  • Emtos
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post

    So now you're giving excuses for anti-Semitism? I AM impressed.
    Considering your Russophobia and TDS, you should keep avlow profile.

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  • Massena
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    Originally posted by Emtos View Post
    Anti-semitism was around since time of Rome. Trying to pain this party as Nazis is simply ridiculous.
    So now you're giving excuses for anti-Semitism? I AM impressed.

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  • Emtos
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    Anti-semitism was around since time of Rome. Trying to pain this party as Nazis is simply ridiculous.

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  • At ease
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    Originally posted by Cult Icon View Post
    Many of the same people that are right wing today would be nazis back in the 1930s; similar prejudices, concerns and most importantly, emotional spectrums. Just exponentially more "pansy" and far to the left in the actual things they complain about.
    Would the Denk Party in Holland be considered to have a similar outlook vis a vis Jews as the Nazis?

    Dutch Muslim party wonít join Amsterdam coalition against anti-Semitism

    Denk refuses to sign document saying Jew hatred should be fought and that city should help fund security for Jews

    AMSTERDAM ó A political movement representing Dutch Muslims distinguished itself from nearly all of the capitalís other parties when it refused to sign a document condemning anti-Semitism.

    The Denk anti-integration party, which has frequently been accused of espousing anti-Semitism, did not respond to a request by the Jewish community to sign the document, titled ďAmsterdam Jewish Accord.Ē It states that Jews have a right to security paid for by the city government, that anti-Semitism needs to be fought and that the Jewish elements of Amsterdamís history should be taught to the general population.

    All of the capitalís other parties except one signed the document on Tuesday, two weeks before the March 21 municipal elections in the Netherlands. The other party that sat out the agreement, BIJ1, was founded by a politician who left Denk.
    [.....]
    https://www.timesofisrael.com/dutch-...anti-semitism/

    I think so.

    But you would, of course, be silent about that.

    Amsterdam is, of course, where Anne Frank lived.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Frank

    Might I suggest to you Cult Icon that you take a slightly more nuanced view of the world before branding those of differing political persuasions than yourself to be Nazis.

    Instead, look to find the real Nazis.
    Last edited by At ease; 13 Jul 18, 21:38.

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  • Emtos
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post
    Yep-Trump is stupid:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...cid=spartandhp

    After the indictments today on 12 officers of the GRU, Trump should not meet with Putin, but lay down the law to him and let him know that next time there will be consequences for interfering in US elections.
    And what those consequences would be ? More sanctions ? More tweets ?

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  • Massena
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    'Awkward' is an understatement:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...cid=spartandhp

    It seems to me that either Putin has something on Trump, or Trump doesn't understand that Putin and Russia attacked the United States.

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  • Massena
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    Yep-Trump is stupid:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...cid=spartandhp

    After the indictments today on 12 officers of the GRU, Trump should not meet with Putin, but lay down the law to him and let him know that next time there will be consequences for interfering in US elections.

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  • Cult Icon
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    Originally posted by pamak View Post

    But the pussyhats and the bleeding hearts which show empathy for the weak was not part of the NAZI movement. So even if the Nazi's were affected to some degree by the Volkisch movement, it still supports my point that TAG's approach of highlighting only certain similarities or differences to draw the connections he wants among the German Nazis and the modern republicans or democrats does not hold water.
    TA is in his own bizarro-verse/right wing propaganda land.

    considering that a core enemy of the Nazis were also academics and liberals (also the current enemies of modern conservatives...). When Hitler came to power, he purged and Nazified academia & went after the "liberals" in other spheres of society, including Art.

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  • pamak
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    Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post

    You are the one missing my point. The Nazis were a manifestation of the Left, nothing more. They were simply one more bunch of Leftist thugs that wanted to impose their version of social perfection on everyone else. That's no different than what Lenin or Stalin did, Mao did, Castro did, Pol Pot, and a whole host of other Leftists have done.
    If anything, Mao and Stalin were far more brutal murderers than Hitler, at least in terms of numbers. Pol Pot was every bit as vicious as the Nazis. He too wanted to return Cambodia to some sort of agrarian, idyllic society and his chosen means was depopulating the cities by force and shooting everyone who wouldn't make a good peasant.

    You, and others, keep saying the Nazis were on the Right, but you can't say how that is other than point to their overt racism, a common trait on the Left too.
    Bold mine...

    I gave you an elaborate answer which explains why the NAZI ideology is part of the right spectrum of politics. And in contrast to your approach, mine is not based on selective use of evidence to make my case.

    Here is the relative part from my 312 post ( https://forums.armchairgeneral.com/f...48#post5046748)

    ....So, with such confusing picture, how does one make the distinction between the left and the right?
    To me, I will use history as a guide. I do not know the details of political science, but I do recall that the term "right" and "left" came from the French Revolution

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Left%E...tical_spectrum

    The terms "left" and "right" appeared during the French Revolution of 1789 when members of theNational Assembly divided into supporters of the king to the president's right and supporters of the revolution to his left.

    And from a historical perspective, I see that the right and left can be accurately defined according to how they interpreter the "equality" part of the French motto "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity." The left spectrum is associated with those forces which see equality in economic terms and try to reduce it . The extreme part of that spectrum includes ideologies in which inequality is basically illegal (communism). On the other hand, the right sees inequality as an unavoidable and necessary part of our societies, coming as a result of a divine will ( monarchists and the old right), or as a result of the human nature which creates inequality among people of different skills in an environment of equality (supposedly) of opportunities (capitalists and modern right).

    It is from this perspective that the Nazi ideology belongs to the right wing spectrum because unlike the leftist communist ideology, the Nazi's did not question inequality and certainly never aimed at the elimination of social classes. On the contrary, they wanted a very rigid and hierarchical socioeconomic structure in which a powerful state would make sure that everything runs smoothly and there will be no social unrest among the different classes.
    Last edited by pamak; 13 Jul 18, 18:52.

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  • Cult Icon
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    A common aspect of senior S.A.,S.S., and Nazi party leaders was an inability to hold down a non-nazi job prior to 1933 and membership in the Freikorps. They were frequently WW1 veterans that grew to cherish their experiences and male bonding/ comradeship. read Ernst Junger's "Storm of Steel" to get a grasp of the Freikorps mentality.

    They were generally a bit "wild" sort of masculine men (eg. high testosterone, ADHD).


    The Freikorps provided the original cultural DNA for the various nazi organizations to come, and even down to the Waffen-SS.


    The way the nazis thought was that the war against the communists and the Jews never stopped after WW1 and life was a life or death struggle.

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    Originally posted by pamak View Post

    But the pussyhats and the bleeding hearts which show empathy for the weak was not part of the NAZI movement. So even if the Nazi's were affected to some degree by the Volkisch movement, it still supports my point that TAG's approach of highlighting only certain similarities or differences to draw the connections he wants among the German Nazis and the modern republicans or democrats does not hold water.
    You are the one missing my point. The Nazis were a manifestation of the Left, nothing more. They were simply one more bunch of Leftist thugs that wanted to impose their version of social perfection on everyone else. That's no different than what Lenin or Stalin did, Mao did, Castro did, Pol Pot, and a whole host of other Leftists have done.
    If anything, Mao and Stalin were far more brutal murderers than Hitler, at least in terms of numbers. Pol Pot was every bit as vicious as the Nazis. He too wanted to return Cambodia to some sort of agrarian, idyllic society and his chosen means was depopulating the cities by force and shooting everyone who wouldn't make a good peasant.

    You, and others, keep saying the Nazis were on the Right, but you can't say how that is other than point to their overt racism, a common trait on the Left too.

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  • pamak
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    Originally posted by Cult Icon View Post
    Veganism/animal preservation/environmentalism was a subculture in Volkisch movement and existed in the same sphere as the genocidal "Blood and Soil" doctrine.

    the vegan ideas from the movement were the ones that reached (most famously) Hitler.
    But the pussyhats and the bleeding hearts which show empathy for the weak was not part of the NAZI movement. So even if the Nazi's were affected to some degree by the Volkisch movement, it still supports my point that TAG's approach of highlighting only certain similarities or differences to draw the connections he wants among the German Nazis and the modern republicans or democrats does not hold water.

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  • Cult Icon
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    Veganism/animal preservation/environmentalism was a subculture in Volkisch movement and existed in the same sphere as the genocidal "Blood and Soil" doctrine.

    the vegan ideas from the movement were the ones that reached (most famously) Hitler.

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  • pamak
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    Originally posted by Half Pint John View Post
    Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final







    sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world in arms is not spending money alone.

    It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children.
    You show one more example that TAG's approach of comparing the modern left and right to Nazi's has to ignore: meaning the lack of empathy you see in modern conservatives' ideology which reaches the point of contempt for the weak and of worshiping the strong. This is why you see many posters here adulating Trump no matter what he does. It is difficult to imagine Nazi's having any connection with the modern bleeding heart modern democrats wearing pussyhats, even when the latter are often vegans or believe in animal rights or in big government.

    IKE today would be considered a RINO which shows how radical the right has become...
    Last edited by pamak; 13 Jul 18, 18:06.

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  • Massena
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    Originally posted by Darth Holliday View Post

    We all know there is no pie of monies and it doesn't go directly to Brussels, but hell it does have a nice complex and how many employees ...?? The increase has been asked diplomatically for how long, how many presidents...Perhaps the undiplomatic approach was called for, and it worked...Who is the blow hard and coward...??
    Perhaps on this forum. But Trump certainly doesn't either know or understand it, if we can believe what he said at the news conference at the end of the NATO summit.

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