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posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 11:11 AM
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a reply to: NavyDoc

You'd have to be stupid to not realize that Einstein was a Reptilian plant as a direct counter to Hitlers dealings with & weaponization by the Grays. Seriously people, get with it. "The Bomb" as you call it was an extremely crude, pre-emptive solution to the problem, before Hitler could really get the Occult ball rolling, so to speak.
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posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 11:25 AM
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originally posted by: Hefficide
a reply to: NavyDoc

Deflection, you didn't address the realities of your misstatement - such as Operation Paperclip or the Russian equivalent. The race to get the great minds of Germany was the primary goal in sacking Berlin as the war on that front was already over.

Nazi Germany was a police state primarily with anything actually socialist falling to a very distant second. Fascism to the root.

Sadly America is still so infected by cold war propaganda that it's nearly impossible for people to see the reality of WW2 due to the anti Russian, cold war era programming and misinformation.



So you deny that the Nazis lost or misused a lot of their best and brightest? You believe that it was a pure meritocracy? I guess that's why Einstein was put up as a national German hero then.

Nazi Germany was a socialist police state and the bigger government philosophies of the American left are closer to that than the American right, regardless the nonsensical original article.

Actually, sadly, current people cannot see the actuality of the situation due to a rush of western leftists to distance themselves from a man they originally admired and to separate their other hero, Stalin, from being connected in philosophies which were very similar.



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 11:28 AM
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I thought the Che fan club was weird too.



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 11:43 AM
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Other hero Stalin? Man the rhetoric is thick. Some of us are aware that he killed far more people than Hitler. No fan of Stalin here - nor of Communist ideologies.

Eintstein not being in Germany at the outset of war was a fluke. He was vacationing in the US in 1933 when Hitler took power and chose not to return to Germany. Hitler had nothing actively to do with Einsteins personal decision.

Just the fact that you use broad terms like "leftists" and then shoehorn ad-hom conjectures and rhetoric into the conversation as if there were actual fact behind it is very telling. Entrenched thinking is far more a Nazi trait than having a liberal outlook.



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 11:52 AM
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originally posted by: Hefficide
a reply to: NavyDoc

Other hero Stalin? Man the rhetoric is thick. Some of us are aware that he killed far more people than Hitler. No fan of Stalin here - nor of Communist ideologies.

Eintstein not being in Germany at the outset of war was a fluke. He was vacationing in the US in 1933 when Hitler took power and chose not to return to Germany. Hitler had nothing actively to do with Einsteins personal decision.

Just the fact that you use broad terms like "leftists" and then shoehorn ad-hom conjectures and rhetoric into the conversation as if there were actual fact behind it is very telling. Entrenched thinking is far more a Nazi trait than having a liberal outlook.



How is it an ad-hom? It didn't say you at all.

No, what you have is a sidestep. It is a fact that many American leftists or progressives supported the Nazis' rise to power. Hell, he made the trains run on time and provided universal healthcare and increased pensions and state run schools. They loved him.

When WWII started there was a flood away from that and a desperate shift to distance themselves from who they supported originally. In addition, they did everything they could to differentiate themselves and the fellow traveler, Stalin, as possible.

Negative new stories about Stalin were suppressed during the war. You couldn't say anything bad about "Uncle Joe."


AS for "pigeonholing" how is the phrase "American leftists" and the word "their" indicate can be taken to indicate you in any way, shape, or form?
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posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 05:19 PM
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originally posted by: NavyDoc

originally posted by: Hefficide
a reply to: NavyDoc

Deflection, you didn't address the realities of your misstatement - such as Operation Paperclip or the Russian equivalent. The race to get the great minds of Germany was the primary goal in sacking Berlin as the war on that front was already over.

Nazi Germany was a police state primarily with anything actually socialist falling to a very distant second. Fascism to the root.

Sadly America is still so infected by cold war propaganda that it's nearly impossible for people to see the reality of WW2 due to the anti Russian, cold war era programming and misinformation.



So you deny that the Nazis lost or misused a lot of their best and brightest? You believe that it was a pure meritocracy? I guess that's why Einstein was put up as a national German hero then.

Nazi Germany was a socialist police state and the bigger government philosophies of the American left are closer to that than the American right, regardless the nonsensical original article.

Actually, sadly, current people cannot see the actuality of the situation due to a rush of western leftists to distance themselves from a man they originally admired and to separate their other hero, Stalin, from being connected in philosophies which were very similar.


Nazi Germany was not near a socialist state nor has any resemblance to the "left". In either it political or economic policies. In economic socialism the means of production are owned by the state, in Nazi Germany the means of production remained in the hands of private for profit companies. In the social aspect of Socialism all people are equal, in the social aspect of Fascism is designed for one group to be superior to others. Fascism for the most part is on the far right of the political spectrum, while it does borrow from the left in some elements. Just as Communism is on the far left but, also borrows from the right in some elements. There has never been a pure right or left nation. Just as in the GOP is mostly a party of the right that also borrows from the left and the DNC is mostly a party of the left the borrows from the right.



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 05:57 PM
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Just because the American Nazi Party supports or opposes something, does not make it automatically fascist in nature. If Nazis politically supported feeding stray dogs, does that mean feeding stray dogs is fascist?

Yes, conservatives and Nazis share quite a bit in common. But so do liberals and Nazis. Nazis support government programs to encourage and fund accelerated reproduction rates amongst whites, and have no problems many aspects of social welfare, provided the recipients are whites only. And a few things on the list just made no sense, like:



4. Do you believe that the economy and the government should be debt-free?


Um, yes I do, or at least as close to it as possible. And I am failing to understand why this would be considered a bad thing, since most people consider having many debts as very bad.



5. Do you believe that America should be “energy sufficient,” and that we should exploit natural resources, such as land and water, in order to achieve that goal? (Bonus question: Is it a good idea to put ‘fossil fuel-producing corporations,’ like fracking wells, oil rigs and garbage incinerators in economically depressed regions of the country, to stimulate economic growth and create jobs for minorities?)


Answer to the first part of the question is in two parts. Yes, I believe we should be more self sufficient in energy, in fact, I believe it critical to our future. I however believe we need to get away from fossil fuels, and need to start integrating and using more renewable energy. Bonus question: No, I do not. But neither do I think it is a horrible, evil thing, either, especially if it offers incomes that allow poorer people out of poverty.

My question is....how is energy self sufficiency a bad thing in any case? Self sufficiency, if it can be reasonably and sustainably achieved, is an admirable goal in any endeavor.



6. Do you support the right of citizens to keep and bear arms? (No, Nazi’s do not support taking guns away, contrary to right wing bull#.)


Yes, I do. And so did the founding fathers, most presidents, and the Supreme Court. Are they also all Nazis?



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 08:55 PM
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I think anything authoritarian and totalitarian is Left Wing.

Genuine Conservatives are further Right side Libertarian and individualists.

They don't welcome authoritarian concepts, and use much less "government".




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