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  • Anti-Globalization Neo-Barbarians include Neo-Nazis

    06/08/2007 9:02:50 AM PDT · by Zionist Conspirator · 18 replies · 1,003+ views
    PoltiicalMavens.com (JWR) ^ | 6/8/'07 | Judith Klinghoffer
    "Since the Iraq War, hostility to the G-8 and globalization has become a central theme of new Nazi ideology. According to the neo-Nazis, the “Judeo-American” West is locked in a struggle with so-called “autochthonous” peoples the world over. In neo-Nazi terminology — and in keeping with the “blood and soil” criteria of classical Nazism — “autochthonous” peoples could as well be the indigenous Amerindian populations of Bolivia or Peru as, say, the (supposedly equally “indigenous”) ethnic Germans of South Tyrol or Germany itself. In terms not unlike those of left-wing “anti-imperialists,” the neo-Nazis militate in favor of the “freedom of...
  • Nazism is Socialism

    01/30/2004 12:42:48 AM PST · by GeronL · 33 replies · 4,739+ views
    The Free Market ^ | Sept 2001 | Adam Young
    Nazism is Socialism Adam Young By the standards of the Left, Adolf Hitler would have been deemed a "great statesman," had he died before he started the war (or if he had won it). That's because the left tends to measure greatness by the amount of land and number of people under one man's thumb. By that standard, Hitler was a great socialist-which is precisely what he and his part aspired to become. The problem began in the Weimar Republic. In order to counterbalance the Reichstag, the president of Germany was given broad powers: he was directly elected, could make...