The link below lists the “25 Points of American National Socialism.”
Besides the expected hostility toward all non-Whites, Jews and homosexuals, there are a few points that might surprise people. Nazis are often regarded as an expression of extreme right-wing politics. But, the overwhelming sense I get when I read these points is the the near unlimited power of the central government. Nazis, at root, are Statists. They believe in a strong State, and that the State has near unlimited power in carrying out whatever policies need be in order to achieve the ideal White country they envision. These include demands for profit-sharing, a living wage, State-run healthcare, affordable housing, the “expropriation of land for communal purposes without compensation” for land illegally acquired or not managed “in accordance with the national welfare.”
There are, of course, points consistent with a traditional conservative agenda, such as the right to bear arms, protecting private property (unless, of course, it’s not being managed in accordance with the national welfare) and the prohibition of abortion and euthanasia. But, even here, the prohibition of abortion is limited. Abortion would be permitted in the case of rape, incest, race-mixing and mental retardation. So, in other words, if your child isn’t the perfectly healthy, physical embodiment of the Nazi ideal, you can abort her. The killing of mixed-race children would probably be required, and the killing of Down Syndrome children in utero would continue unabated. Nazis want the State to secure an income and regular pay raises for the mothers of healthy babies. Nazis have a real thing against anyone who isn’t physically or mentally perfect, and they expect the State to take care of those people by eliminating them.
They do respect religious freedom, except for Jews, naturally. But, even here, said freedom is contingent on the religion not representing a threat to the State, or of offending the feelings of the White race. Expand that to not threatening the feelings of anyone and you have a pretty good summation of what’s going on in Canada right now, where Christian ministers are being fined and brought to trial for offending others by preaching traditional marriage (which offends the LGBT community) and the Gospel of Jesus Christ (which offends Muslims).
A person cannot be both a committed Nazi and an American committed to the ideals of the United States Constitution. The two are mutually exclusive world views. The U. S. Constitution is a document that puts power squarely in the hands of the people. National Socialism is a political philosophy that believes that the State has near unlimited power over the people, and that it is to use that power to create an ideal country for Whites. That “ideal country for Whites” part is why Nazis are associated with the right, as if racism were part and parcel of conservative politics. It is not, of course, and to insist it is is itself an unjust slur.
Apparently, President Trump has finally come out with a statement condemning white supremacists, after fierce backlash hit the White House from all sides yesterday for his weak response to the violence in Charlottesville and the resignation of Ken Frazier, a black CEO with Merck, from his council of manufacturing executives. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina is correct that Trump lost a valuable opportunity to condemn white supremacist groups and to disassociate himself from racists organizations that claim him as their inspiration.
Here’s the money quote from the “25 Points of American National Socialism”: “The Party combats the Jewish-materialistic spirit within and without us, and is convinced that our nation can achieve permanent health only from within on the basis of the principle: The common good before self-interest.“
Nazis are leftists! Who knew?
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