reply to post by Leftist
Wow. Here we go.
Hitler and the Nazis are
I think you meant 'Hitler and the Nazis WERE right wing and not left wing. They existed in the past, in specific places and at a specific time. The
current crop of so called 'neo nazis' are a bunch of saddo icon worshippers who care more about polishing their hitler jugend daggers and seig
heiling to their swastika flags than considering their political stance.
Now to your first picture. We see two authoritarian psychopaths, Solzhenitsyn's 'big moustache' and 'little moustache'. This picture, showing
two men wearing almost identical caps, separated by two not dissimilar sigils, depicts two sides of the same ugly coin. So Stalin (one death is a
tragedy, a million deaths is a statistic), who in peacetime happily slaughtered 30 million of his own countrymen in the gulags in the name of
ideology, had more disposable cattle than Hitler.
Your depiction of a left/right political scale is laughable. You have anarchy at the wrong end. It is an extension from Libertarian Conservatism,
IMO, as it requires ultimate personal and social responsibility in order to even function as an idea.(but it's currently cool, so we'll keep it over
On to the quadratic model. Stalin and Hitler should be almost cheek to cheek either side of the vertical line beneath 'Authoritarian'.
Thatcher, under whose governance I came of age should be where you put Friedman, but along with Gandhi, these three are irrelevant.
That the Nazis called themselves socialists is proof that they were right wing?
*wipes away tears of laughter*
As for the antifa crew, 'left-wing macho street fighters, willing to kick ass' 'there are no words for my contempt'. Both quotes from CR@SS,
second one slightly out of context, I admit. They are the Neo neo nazis, the socialist workers party brownshirts.
It is entirely the fault of self-delusional people like you that the western world is in decline, your 'cultural marxism' has destroyed
education, the family, morality, and is producing perfect cattle for what is to come.
I am not religious, but I pray for you, that with age comes wisdom.