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But IF it was, we should say neosozi, right?
But still my question stands. Should I call myself a neostalinist today, or is it ok to call myself a Stalinist?
originally posted by: verschicktersince this party is nonexistent nowadays, you cant be a NAZI by definition. It´s even in your source!!!!
originally posted by: verschickterSo I see clueless members here, using the word Nazi, often in the form of "NAZI" maybe to make it more powerfull or clear. Yes I´m talking to you directly now.
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: verschickter
If nationalsocialsm and communism are not bound to a time frame, then neither are the terms used to describe advocates of those ideologies.
If those ideologies still exist, are still carried forth by advocates for them, then why do we consider them as being new, when they are nothing of the sort?
originally posted by: verschickter
a reply to: Cutepants
From your link
Definition of Nazi 1 : a member of a German fascist party controlling Germany from 1933 to 1945 under Adolf Hitler
Need I say more? Is this party still in existance? No?
Definition of Nazi
1 : a member of a German fascist party controlling Germany from 1933 to 1945 under Adolf Hitler
2 often not capitalized
a : one who espouses the beliefs and policies of the German Nazis : fascist
b : one who is likened to a German Nazi : a harshly domineering, dictatorial, or intolerant person a grammar nazi