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I AM NOT A NATIONAL SOCIALIST OR IN ANY WAY SUPPORT NAZISM!

just an article



Got to go soon, so I will post more on this later.

But Facism, mainly the way German Facism was handled and twisted in the american mind.


American general statement - The Nazi's Never Benefited Society, everything they could of ever done, was bad.


Autobahn = Highway

my history teacher "and the people actually had to be in by a certain time at night, not being able to really leave their house"

what do you call the american curfew? where you get a fine for being outside to late?




oh and get this one.... I was recently re-reading some parts of Mien Kampf (I am NOT a nazi, I repeat am NOT, I just read a lot) and did you know... as long as a female had a job, or a house, or was married (basically if she didn't live on the street corner) she could vote and EVEN RUN in a political position

now if I'm not mistaken, they owned us on that one, getting that much earlier



Yes, death camps are very very wrong, and I am in NO way racist...

imagine being taken out of your house and being put in a prison camp, not killed, but forced to hard labor, with no freedom, for the length of the war... no, I'm not talking about the nazi's silly, I'm talking about america's Japanese prison camps we had in the states


What they did was wrong, yes, but so was what we did. We embody ourselves as the saviors of that time, but think... we knew what was happening to them over there, and we joined for ourselves, for our reasons. If pearl harbor never happened, do you think we would of helped anyone?




I'm out for now.

Edited by StaticGoth, 07 March 2006 - 11:20 AM.

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I 'll wait for the follow up. Just a suggestion: try to create a trend or line in what you want to convey. I'm a bit confused about what you are trying to say.
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Though some of the arguements you present Static aren't the strongest, I understand what you're trying to say.

People always like to associate certain cultures as being "bad" or unsuitable for application, but at the same time, we often adopt practices from alot of the other governments that we frown upon. For example, many countries have had secret plices that terrorize the people and invade their privacy... can anybody say Patriot Act? (No it's not terrorizing people, but is a definite invasion of our privacy and basic rights)

Also regard hitler, he may have been a sick individual, and had some very cruel ideals, but over-all he was an incredible leader who led his country from burning it's own worthless money for fuel to being one of the strongest nations. At first Hitler was an incredible benefit to his country, until he decided to start pursuing his own, more personal goals.

America's government has been hypocritical time after time throughout the ages, but in the end we always act like we're the best.

But this adaptation of policies is not limited to the United States, during the bolshevik revolution, Vladimir Lenin rose to popularity with his slogan of Peace, land, and Bread. His whole campaign was based on it, and when the time came to show for it, he provided it. Even as he came to the end of his role as leader, he foresaw what was in store for the russian people and warned them not to let Stalin into power. The means by which Lenin restored the russian economy though, are a little less than communist, or fitting to Karl Marx's beliefs.

Lenin used small-scale forms of capitalism to get the russian economy back on it's feet before he turned into a government controlled aspect.

*Deep Breath* that's all I had off the top of my mind, can anyone think of some other things? - (Sorry for straying off the topic of fascism Static, but I said what I felt needed to be said for further support of your claim)

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Sorry, my minds everywhere this week.

Just one of my few friends is a Socialist, and strongly into National pride, and are labeled a Nazi. Today I was doing a history paper and realized that we did a lot of what they did.
Curfews now, womens right they had us beat on, and they actually did contribute.

I mean yes, bad they were, but they did help move some things in the right direction, and I'm just tired of a few things..

A) My Germanic friends being called Nazis
B ) Me reading Mien Kampf and being called a Nazi
C) The American school system still using the example of "curfews" back then as "oppression" when we use the same thing.

Sorry, just needed to vent, and it was controversial, so I placed it here.

Edited by StaticGoth, 07 March 2006 - 08:34 PM.

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