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Old June 1st, 2014, 06:20 AM   #21
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Yes Nazis are national socialists... But all national socialist are NOT NAZIs..


Just as all Communists are Socialists, not All Socialists are communists

Why is it All or nothing, This shows a little naïve thinking.

NAZIs are national socialists.. that were of the party of Hitler in Germany during the 1930s.

Liberals of today are national socialists, follow the platform but, they are not NAZIs, and this is Not Germany of the 1930s.
I've diligently searched for conformation of your "Nazis are national socialists... But all national socialist are NOT NAZIs" contention. Nothing. Seems Tennessee is having a heat wave, 'cause, there's a lotta hot air coming from it.

"Why is it all or nothing?" isn't the question. Why do you believe that you can redefine words to suit your political ends? What "platform"? Please, quote it for me, from an authority other than yourself. Thanks.

After you quote the true national socialist "platform," and not one may up on the fly to suit, we can compare it to liberalism and see how closely they match.
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I've diligently searched for conformation of your "Nazis are national socialists... But all national socialist are NOT NAZIs" contention. Nothing. Seems Tennessee is having a heat wave, 'cause, there's a lotta hot air coming from it.

"Why is it all or nothing?" isn't the question. Why do you believe that you can redefine words to suit your political ends? What "platform"? Please, quote it for me, from an authority other than yourself. Thanks.

After you quote the true national socialist "platform," and not one may up on the fly to suit, we can compare it to liberalism and see how closely they match.
"Nazi" was an actual political party. National socialists that weren't in the party...were still national socialists. What is the argument about?
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Crony capitalism IS national socialism

Liberals (GOP or Democrat) are national socialistic in their ideology.
They are, yet is it not more fun to call them NAZIs knowing how much it bothers them?
I fear they will take things much further than even Hitler dared to.
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"Nazi" was an actual political party. National socialists that weren't in the party...were still national socialists. What is the argument about?
OK, you post a definition of "national socialism."
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They are, yet is it not more fun to call them NAZIs knowing how much it bothers them?
I fear they will take things much further than even Hitler dared to.
OK, now I've got the request out to three people.

Please, post a definition of national socialism.

It's Putin we need to keep an eye on, the guy who might take things further than Hitler.
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"Nazi" was an actual political party. National socialists that weren't in the party...were still national socialists. What is the argument about?
Nazism and the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazi Party) are two different things.

A Nazi can be someone who believed in Nazism (National Socialism), or it can be someone involved in the Nazi Party.
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I've diligently searched for conformation of your "Nazis are national socialists... But all national socialist are NOT NAZIs" contention. Nothing. Seems Tennessee is having a heat wave, 'cause, there's a lotta hot air coming from it.

"Why is it all or nothing?" isn't the question. Why do you believe that you can redefine words to suit your political ends? What "platform"? Please, quote it for me, from an authority other than yourself. Thanks.

After you quote the true national socialist "platform," and not one may up on the fly to suit, we can compare it to liberalism and see how closely they match.
Nazi Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The National Socialist German Workers' Party (German: About this sound Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (help·info), abbreviated NSDAP), commonly known in English as the Nazi Party (/ˈnɑːtsi/), was a political party in Germany active between 1920 and 1945. Its predecessor, the German Workers' Party (DAP), existed from 1919 to 1920. The term Nazi is German and stems from Nationalsozialist,[5] due to the pronunciation of Latin -tion- as -tsion- in German (rather than -shon- as it is in English), with German z being pronounced as 'ts'.
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OK, now I've got the request out to three people.

Please, post a definition of national socialism.

It's Putin we need to keep an eye on, the guy who might take things further than Hitler.
I posted the platform.... and the platform of the Liberal movement.. in an earlier post.
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Nazism and the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazi Party) are two different things.

A Nazi can be someone who believed in Nazism (National Socialism), or it can be someone involved in the Nazi Party.
Wrong. The Nazis wrote the book. Today, neo-Nazis rally around the same "ideals."
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I posted the platform.... and the platform of the Liberal movement.. in an earlier post.
Did I miss it?

Anti-semitism, xenophobia, white power, racial purity, homophobia, "Kinder, Küche, Kirche" (Children, Kitchen, Church), and anti-communism are now on the liberal platform?

Is this the English Liberal Party you're referring to. We don't have a liberal party in the US. We do have a Nazi Party.... and a Tea Party.

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