America’s neo-Nazis don’t look to Germany for inspiration. They look to Russia.
The Washington Post ^ | August 22 | Casey Michel
Posted on 08/25/2017 2:59:58 AM PDT by Vostok-1
America’s white nationalists may bear swastikas, raise Nazi salutes and cheer for the protection of “Blut und Boden” (blood and soil) for all to see. They may say “Heil Trump!” and laud the legacy of American Nazi Party founder George Lincoln Rockwell.
But for these American white supremacists, it’s not Nazi Germany to which they look.
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Russians. Russians everywhere.
The Amazon Post would have been right at home in Goebbels’ Germany, Pol Pot’s killing fields, and Mao’s Cultural Revolution nightmare.
Shades of Boris Betanoff.
Can’t we bring back Rocky and Bullwinkle to save the day?
I stopped being amazed by the idiocy of the WaPo years ago. It was just too exhausting. But I do have a simple question for them – How could the American neo-Nazis be following Russia when it was the self-avowed Communists that started the riot against the Nazis?
More appropriately the Stalinist purges in Europe and Russia
In general, if you read to the American neo-Nazi the 1932 political platform of the German Nazi Party….loaded with extreme socialist ‘gifts’ and promises…they’d tell you right away that they aren’t that kind of Nazi. So you’d ask what variation they are, and it just gets more confusing.
The same gimmick if you go to some anti-capitalist protest and they state they are for pure socialism….but they can’t really explain how you’d do away with capitalism and reach pure socialism.
They are all confused, as far as I can grasp it.
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