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Old 12-08-2015, 06:16 PM
mm4
 
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I recommend you read a good book called "The Nazi Seizure of Power" by William Sheridan Allen.


Maybe then you will see where you went wrong.


Is the No-Nothing Party coming back
Leftists won't stop trying to pretend that conservatives would wish to be within 10 miles of something called a Socialist Workers Party.

Unlike progressives.

Then as now.

Smileys--and embarrassed, chastened, sandal-shod leftist dissertation writers--won't change that for the left.

 
Old 12-08-2015, 06:20 PM
 
Location: Oklahoma USA
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Call to Arms!

Jihad!


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KYV7KWQ-fY4
 
Old 12-08-2015, 06:26 PM
 
Location: Portland, Oregon
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That was hilarious!
 
Old 12-08-2015, 06:32 PM
 
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"Nationalist" is a wholly made-up leftist term after progressives couldn't figure out how to deny that Hitler led a Socialist Workers Party.

It's as "Nationalist" as National Abortion Rights Action League, National Organization for Women, National Public Radio.
Nice try. As per Encyclopedia Britannica: National Socialism attempted to reconcile conservative, nationalist ideology with a socially radical doctrine. In so doing, it became a profoundly revolutionary movement—albeit a largely negative one. Rejecting rationalism, liberalism, democracy, the rule of law, human rights, and all movements of international cooperation and peace, it stressed instinct, the subordination of the individual to the state, and the necessity of blind and unswerving obedience to leaders appointed from above. It also emphasized the inequality of men and races and the right of the strong to rule the weak; sought to purge or suppress competing political, religious, and social institutions; advanced an ethic of hardness and ferocity; and partly destroyed class distinctions by drawing into the movement misfits and failures from all social classes. Although socialism was traditionally an internationalist creed, the radical wing of National Socialism knew that a mass base existed for policies that were simultaneously anticapitalist and nationalist. However, after Hitler secured power, this radical strain was eliminated.

I think Johann Herder and Johann Fichte would also object to your inference that it was a made up leftist term.... If they hadn't died over 200 years ago...

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Old 12-08-2015, 06:33 PM
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And yet we hear right wingers use that term all the time, who knew it was a made up leftist term.
It is a made-up leftist term, and outside of leftist-trained dictionary editors who made it a term of art, the word is used exclusively by left wing publications and interest groups. The first periodical entries as deep as you want to go in search are progressive Media Matters, New Republic, the partly Rothschild-owned Euro-left globalist Economist, ABC News, The Atlantic,....

With the left it's almost as popular as "spew."

It was invented after the left frantically tried to divert attention away from their Socialist Workers Party.

No different than the way their antecedents now try to pretend Obama is everything other than a progressive leftist because he's now, too, so unpopular. Same book, same verse.
 
Old 12-08-2015, 07:58 PM
 
Location: Portland, Oregon
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It is a made-up leftist term, and outside of leftist-trained dictionary editors who made it a term of art, the word is used exclusively by left wing publications and interest groups. The first periodical entries as deep as you want to go in search are progressive Media Matters, New Republic, the partly Rothschild-owned Euro-left globalist Economist, ABC News, The Atlantic,....

With the left it's almost as popular as "spew."

It was invented after the left frantically tried to divert attention away from their Socialist Workers Party.

No different than the way their antecedents now try to pretend Obama is everything other than a progressive leftist because he's now, too, so unpopular. Same book, same verse.
Oh good, maybe right wingers will stop using the word if it is fictional.

Seeing you don't know what nationalism means or where it comes from, let me help you.

Nationalism | Definition of nationalism by Merriam-Webster

nationalism: History
 
Old 12-08-2015, 08:13 PM
 
Location: Long Island
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Well Trump and the GOP must be glad this could never happen here.


"BERLIN (AP) Germany's highest court on Monday scheduled hearings in March to consider a new bid to ban the country's biggest far-right party.
Parliament's upper house, which represents the country's 16 state governments, submitted an application two years ago to the Federal Constitutional Court to ban the National Democratic Party.
The states allege that it promotes a racist, xenophobic and anti-Semitic agenda in violation of the constitution."


Top German court to consider far-right ban bid in March - US News
 
Old 12-08-2015, 08:15 PM
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Oh good, maybe right wingers will stop using the word if it is fictional.

Seeing you don't know what nationalism means or where it comes from, let me help you.

Nationalism | Definition of nationalism by Merriam-Webster

nationalism: History
Again, those definitions were composed by progressives.

The commonly used adjective National (which means nothing more than "nationwide") was later contorted to argue in a desperate attempt that a pronounced leftist movement that suddenly lost luster with the public was somehow different than other, subsequent "Socialist Workers" Parties.

"Socialist Workers" Parties without "National" in front of them are still all sunlight and unicorns and bunny rabbits. In the same breath you'll resist that NARAL, NOW, NPR, are so-called "nationalist." You people really are pathetic.

Go ahead and argue Paulists and Trump supporters celebrate May Day too. After their reservations are made at the Socialist Workers Party hall.

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Old 12-08-2015, 08:16 PM
 
Location: Eastern Shore of Maryland
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I am not entirely sure your opinion makes any sense....you are against freedoms you don't like, and then mention Patriots as if that has any real meaning....and then say you are against anyone trying to "Destroy the Constitution," even though you basically just said you are okay with the limitation of the 1st Amendment.

That's what happens when you don't read properly or lack comprehension.


Of course I am against things I don't like, as you are. but if its a right given to you, I respect your right to be able to do what you want, unlike you. I said you had a right to speak against Gun Ownership, even if I don't agree, but you, on the other hand, want me to give up my rights because you "think" I should. Now what part of that are you having a problem understanding? Let me know, and maybe I can explain it to you.
 
Old 12-08-2015, 08:23 PM
 
Location: Eastern Shore of Maryland
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I don't feel the need to carry a gun. And I work in the crappiest most dangerous part of my city & have been for months. Years before that I used to be a process server, still never felt the need to carry a gun. I'm out on the streets on a daily basis, shootings happen just down the street from me & I STILL don't feel the need.

Good for you. That's your right. Life is a crapshoot. some win some lose. Never was a Gambler myself, and want the odds in my favor, so I keep Guns around. Better to have one and not need it, then to need one and not have it.


By the way, you should finish up your post with the word "Yet." Would be pretty sure all those folks who were just killed may have told the same story your telling.
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