Monday, December 22, 2014

Left’s Love Affair With the 4-letter N Word

Hitler's Mustache                           

“That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons that history has to teach.”
- Aldous Huxley

I like quotes.  Quotes are wisdom for those with short attention spans.  They are disregarded by many as irrelevant platitudes or obsolete; however, they are knowledge, often hard-earned and considered by their authors to be important enough to be passed on.  I’ve chosen the above quote for today, not only because it is always relevant, but because we bear witness to a time where the political left of this country is trying to realize Aldous’ dystopic “Brave New World” (which I’m reasonably sure he meant as a warning, not a blueprint).
To this end, the left has slandered any group that has opposed their fundamental (Socialist) transformation of America, and they love one name more than any other: Nazi (the 4-letter N word).  But how accurate is this?  What traits do the political left and right really share with this infamous party of villains?

Let’s first discuss what exactly it was to be a Nazi.  Nazi is short for Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National Socialist German Workers’ Party); as the name implies, they were socialist and staunchly anti-capitalist.  This contrasts sharply with the Republican’s, Libertarian’s and Tea Party’s pro-capitalist anti-socialist viewpoints, but does align quite nicely with the current Democratic Party platform.  In fact, if you compare the Democrats with any other Socialist Party (e.g., UK Socialist Party –, you will fine very few philosophical differences.  This is also demonstrated by Obama’s support for Occupy Wall Street and various other anti-capitalist movements.


I am forced to conclude that the political left in this country throws around the name Nazi, not because they believe that anyone they call one resembles a Nazi, but because they desperately need to draw attention away from the terrifying reality that they themselves are becoming the new Nazi party.

Without exception, every generation considers itself to be the smartest generation to have ever existed (despite clear evidence to the contrary).  I wish this one would realize it isn’t, and try to learn something from history. (The Full Monty)

Darryl Blonski's article in GUN NEWS updates an argument made by Ayn Rand and others that Nazis ( Fascism) and Communism are the same beast, differing only in how they control the means of production (and even now Red China and a reemerging communist Russia have put production back into private hands).  Tossing in comparisons (I added the Communist line for emphasis) with Democrats, Republicans and the Tea Party makes a point that cannot be ignored, and only argued by them what lie about everything.  Fascists, Communists, and the Democrat Party.

Gift Idea.  Print this article and put it in the Christmas snocking of every child .


DougM said...

Fascism and Communism are not the same!
Fascists have way cooler uniforms.

Leonard Jones said...

The one thing people tend to forget in this debate is
that the American left were fawning all over Hitler
back in the late 30's. He was Time Magazine's man of
the year in 1938. The left adored him until he
committed the original sin of attacking their
one true love: Joseph Stalin!

Anonymous said...

Um, they got the 'Religion' part wrong. Nazis, Commies/Progressives/Atheists/Environmentalists are all religious as hell. They just worship a different god. And Good Lord are they zealots.

toadold said...

There was an old saying out of England, " Socialists are just Communists in white shirts. The Fascists are the ones in the black shirts."

Anonymous said...

Under Repub, I'm sure you're leaving off all the

**** except when they have caved in trying to "reach across the aisle"


***** cause they're too stupid.

Just cause that would apply to every category and muddle up the chart. But yes, time for them to go and get some real Tea Party power in there.


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