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Difference between National-Socialism and Fascism 14 Apr 2015 20:00 #1

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Difference between National-Socialism and Fascism






There is a painting, by the French Revolutionary Jaques-Louis David, that effectively sums up the difference between fascism and national socialism. It was painted in 1789 and is titled “The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons”.

After having led the battle against the monarchy, Lucius Brutus condemned his sons to death for fighting on King Tarquin’s side. This was the beginning of the Ancient Roman Republic. Brutus showed that his loyalty was to the Roman Republic (the State), whose symbol was the fasces, rather than to his own family. Contrastingly, Germanics have traditionally always put race, blood and kinship first. A Germanic would rather have gone into exile, renouncing his political power, with his sons than to kill them for the sake of the State. Germanics were renowned for holding liberty , blood, race and kinship sacred.

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Difference between National-Socialism and Fascism






There is a painting, by the French Revolutionary Jaques-Louis David, that effectively sums up the difference between fascism and national socialism. It was painted in 1789 and is titled “The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons”.

After having led the battle against the monarchy, Lucius Brutus condemned his sons to death for fighting on King Tarquin’s side. This was the beginning of the Ancient Roman Republic. Brutus showed that his loyalty was to the Roman Republic (the State), whose symbol was the fasces, rather than to his own family. Contrastingly, Germanics have traditionally always put race, blood and kinship first. A Germanic would rather have gone into exile, renouncing his political power, with his sons than to kill them for the sake of the State. Germanics were renowned for holding liberty , blood, race and kinship sacred.

A fasces refers to a bundle of…


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Difference between National-Socialism and Fascism






There is a painting, by the French Revolutionary Jaques-Louis David, that effectively sums up the difference between fascism and national socialism. It was painted in 1789 and is titled “The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons”.

After having led the battle against the monarchy, Lucius Brutus condemned his sons to death for fighting on King Tarquin’s side. This was the beginning of the Ancient Roman Republic. Brutus showed that his loyalty was to the Roman Republic (the State), whose symbol was the fasces, rather than to his own family. Contrastingly, Germanics have traditionally always put race, blood and kinship first. A Germanic would rather have gone into exile, renouncing his political power, with his sons than to kill them for the sake of the State. Germanics were renowned for holding liberty , blood, race and kinship sacred.

A fasces refers to a bundle of…


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Great analogy! ;)
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A fasces refers to a bundle of rods wrapped together with an axe. It is the symbol adopted by fascism, and implies that the people are tied to the State, with the axe representing force. The idea is that, by being thus bound, the State is made much stronger.





The political ideology of fascism was formulated by Benito Mussolini in Italy post WWI. He was greatly influenced by the Roman Empire and Republic. Mussolini founded the fascist movement 1919, calling it “Fasci Di Combattimento” which means “fighting sheafs”. The idea of the sheaf was popular already with socialists, who liked the idea of the “unbreakable union“. Mussolini himself had originally been a Leftist socialist in his ideology, and was anti Nationalist – but his ideas were to undergo a dramatic change by the time he had founded the fascist movement. He became very anti-communist and a nationalist.

In the Roman Republic, and the Empire, Law took precedence over kinship, and that has always been a characteristic of fascism. The very term “King” comes from the idea of kinship. In national socialism, as with traditional Kingship, tribal cohesion is paramount. In democracy, the individual is supposed to be paramount, and, when the state comes first, you have fascism.

It is a characteristic of fascism to allow foreigners who show an allegiance to the State to become citizens. In ancient Rome, despite several wars being fought to prevent this from happening, eventually foreigners were allowed to become Romans. Similarly, the fascist States in Spain (under Franco) and in Italy were not founded on blood, race and tribal cohesion. Franco used Muslim Moroccan troops to rape women in white towns which he had identified as being sympathetic to communism.

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Difference between National-Socialism and Fascism






There is a painting, by the French Revolutionary Jaques-Louis David, that effectively sums up the difference between fascism and national socialism. It was painted in 1789 and is titled “The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons”.

After having led the battle against the monarchy, Lucius Brutus condemned his sons to death for fighting on King Tarquin’s side. This was the beginning of the Ancient Roman Republic. Brutus showed that his loyalty was to the Roman Republic (the State), whose symbol was the fasces, rather than to his own family. Contrastingly, Germanics have traditionally always put race, blood and kinship first. A Germanic would rather have gone into exile, renouncing his political power, with his sons than to kill them for the sake of the State. Germanics were renowned for holding liberty , blood, race and kinship sacred.

A fasces refers to a bundle of…


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That's the Jews you're talking about Yenta.

Then let's raise mass genocides from the hatred of Christians.

80 million in Russia
2 million Armenians that Jews still deny.
Palestine
ISIS
Ukrainian Revolution
French Revolution
Arab Spring
9/11
A hand in MH370
Political power in Ukraine to order down MH17 ......

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Ever since foreigners were allowed to become Roman citizens, there has been weak racial tribalism in Italy. Patriotic feeling, and dynastic loyalty there has surely been, but the concept of race has suffered in Italy, and only truly exists as a nostalgia for the earliest period of Rome. The patriotic loyalty is to the State. Thus fascism is ideally suited to the Italian, and Southern European nations, for whom race tends to prove somewhat divisive. After a period of eugenics this situation would change.

The national socialist program was worked out by Hitler in 1919, before he had heard of Mussolini, yet he still regarded events in Italy to have been an important influence. Mussolini’s march on Rome in 1922 was Hitler’s inspiration. It showed what it was possible to achieve. Hitler, in turn came to greatly influence Mussolini, causing him to introduce racial loyalty into Italian fascism towards the end. While the two leaders had initially been hostile towards each other, with Mussolini initiating this animosity with his public speeches denouncing Hitler as a “barbarian” and even as a “pederast”, they eventually became close friends. Hitler even organized a rescue mission when Mussolini ended up in prison, after the Fascist Council had decided they no longer wished him to be leader.

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What this is, is another nationalist pride thread that only wishes a political system will deliver them from the evil. The satanic. And you know this. For the driven, wanders are guided by the unholy spirit. Wake up. Vote, lighting candles and finger pointing 70 years ago get/got them even more empowered. :facepalm:
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What's the difference between Fascism and National Socialism?

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''What you are asking about is fairly complicated and cannot be answered easily
as both of these movements have many similarities but also contain numerous differences.
I have been a visitor in Germany for over 50 years and, during the 1960's I had several
opportunities to speak with both former military and high political leaders from the
National Socialist period. In most of my interviews I asked the same question which
you have put forth and here is what I usually received for an answer;

First, Fascism is based on a core belief of anti-liberalism and anti-communism and is
very nationalist. Sounds like National Socialism-- right?

The main difference is that the NS movement goes a step further and blames these
philosophy's and all the other ills of the world on the Jews.

Fascism is basically not anti-jewish and as a matter of fact had many Jewish members,
including the grand Rabbi of Rome!
Additionally, while they believe in the ideal of superior leaders rising to the top of government,
Fascism is not racist.

Second; in the area of economics Fascism is based on more of a traditional form of socialism
whereas National Socialism rejects traditional socialism as being just another Jewish swindle.

The main difference is that Fascism is more rooted in an economic form of government while
the NS movement is based on race and the folk community.
While there clearly were socialist elements in the Third Reich these are actually closer to what
we today have in America, with things like old age pensions and public health care.

I have been repeatedly told that National Socialism uses any economic element that
will benefit the people of their nation and is neither a left wing nor a right wing movement.''

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''I think there is no much difference between the two in the core ideology.
This is because both movements are inspired by the same cultural and historical patterns,
the differences being local adaptations of the same ideology. Fascism and National Socialism
glorified the ancient values of imperial Rome and classical Greece..strength, phisical beauty,
warlike character, and the nietzchean "new man".

The economy was in both states semi-libertarian.
The only difference I think lays in the race question. Italy didn't bother much with race problems
for the simple reason that there is no such thing as an "italian race", contrary to Germany.
The Teutons saw the source of their strenght and idealistic life in the unicity of their nordic race,
while for Italy it was only a matter of mentality and attitude towards life.
Once the Duce answered to an italian journalist who asked about National Socialist.
He said: "National Socialism is a thing for blond people.''

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"National Socialism is the will of the Führer." Martin Bormann.''

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From Walther Hadding’s introduction to Mein Kampf:


“Hegelianism and neohegelianism justified the state as an end in itself. National-Socialism did not regard the state as an end in itself, but because the examples of Prussia and Fascist Italy loomed large at the time, it was tempting for people not thoroughly familiar with national-socialism to see it in this light (and even today it is not unusual for careless sources to mislabel national-socialism as “fascism”).



Mussolini’s Doctrine on Fascism:

“Therefore, for the Fascist, everything is in the State, and nothing human or spiritual exists, much less has value,-outside the State. In this sense Fascism is totalitarian, and the Fascist State, the synthesis and unity of all values, interprets, develops and gives strength to the whole life of the people.” From paragraph 7.



Alfred Rosenberg on the relationship of National-Socialism to Totalitarianism:

“The State is only a means to an end. Its end and its purpose is to preserve and promote a community of human beings who are physically as well as spiritually kindred. “



Alfred Rosenberg:

“On all these grounds it is recommended for all national-socialists to speak no longer of the total state, rather of the completeness (totality) of the national-socialist worldview, of the NSDAP as the body of this worldview, and of the national-socialist state as the tool for the preservation of the soul, spirit, and blood of national-socialism as the powerful phenomenon which made its beginning in the 20th century.“

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Isn't Stromfont just another jewish/zionist controlled honeypot?



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From Walther Hadding’s introduction to Mein Kampf:


“Hegelianism and neohegelianism justified the state as an end in itself. National-Socialism did not regard the state as an end in itself, but because the examples of Prussia and Fascist Italy loomed large at the time, it was tempting for people not thoroughly familiar with national-socialism to see it in this light (and even today it is not unusual for careless sources to mislabel national-socialism as “fascism”).



Mussolini’s Doctrine on Fascism:

“Therefore, for the Fascist, everything is in the State, and nothing human or spiritual exists, much less has value,-outside the State. In this sense Fascism is totalitarian, and the Fascist State, the synthesis and unity of all values, interprets, develops and gives strength to the whole life of the people.” From paragraph 7.



Alfred Rosenberg on the relationship of National-Socialism to Totalitarianism:

“The State is only a means to an end. Its end and its purpose is to preserve and promote a community of human beings who are physically as well as spiritually kindred. “



Alfred Rosenberg:

“On all these grounds it is recommended for all national-socialists to speak no longer of the total state, rather of the completeness (totality) of the national-socialist worldview, of the NSDAP as the body of this worldview, and of the national-socialist state as the tool for the preservation of the soul, spirit, and blood of national-socialism as the powerful phenomenon which made its beginning in the 20th century.“

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The far Left is especially keen that the term “socialism” should belong to them, and not to the ideas of the Third Reich, so they perpetuate the term “fascism” to describe National Socialism. Stalin started this by calling the National Socialists “fascists” while, oddly enough, the democratic West was keen not to confuse the two ideologies, and political analysts kept them conceptually apart. When reading about WWII events, it used to be easy to tell if the speaker or writer was inspired by communism. If he or she talked about National Socialists as “fascists”, then the argument or point of view had in all probability originated in communist circles.

Confusion also arises, for the public, because both National Socialism and fascism are dictatorial and anti-democratic.




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Propaganda lies about National Socialism




An example of parroting lies about the Third Reich.





http://en. metapedia.org/wiki/Propaganda_lies_ about_ National_Socialism


Note: en.metapedia.org/wiki/Revisionism_laws_information
Further reading: http://en. metapedia.org/wiki/National_ Socialism#Enemy_distortions
Compare: http://en. metapedia.org/wiki/ Fascism
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Hang on one gawd dam minute....

Socialism be it national or not is an ideology, fascism is a method of application.

So no matter what political view point is compared to fascism, fascism is only the method of application of any given ideology.

So national socialism is not fascist in itself, only the brutal method of it's application that NSDAP selected is fascism.
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Hang on one gawd dam minute....

Socialism be it national or not is an ideology, fascism is a method of application.

So no matter what political view point is compared to fascism, fascism is only the method of application of any given ideology.

So national socialism is not fascist in itself, only the brutal method of it's application that NSDAP selected is fascism.


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Hang on one gawd dam minute....

Socialism be it national or not is an ideology, fascism is a method of application.

So no matter what political view point is compared to fascism, fascism is only the method of application of any given ideology.

So national socialism is not fascist in itself, only the brutal method of it's application that NSDAP selected is fascism.


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Any political ideology can be presented in a fascist manner, so national socialism is not fascist in itself, it's only fascist if it's implemented in such a manner, as it indeed was, at the same time repressing it's supporters for compliance and agreement.

This is why after the 'elections' there were no credible opposition to NSDAP.

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Any political ideology can be presented in a fascist manner, so national socialism is not fascist in itself, it's only fascist if it's implemented in such a manner, as it indeed was, at the same time repressing it's supporters for compliance and agreement.

This is why after the 'elections' there were no credible opposition to NSDAP.

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Fascism (Italian: Fascismo) denotes a social nationalist political movement and worldview which was the ruling system in the Kingdom of Italy from 1922 until 1943 and the Italian Social Republic from 1943 to 1945. The movement was founded by Benito Mussolini, also known as Il Duce, who led the National Fascist Party and then the Republican Fascist Party. Contemporary to that era, some groups in other European countries were either inspired by or attempted to imitate the Fascists of Italy.
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Italian Fascism (Italian: Fascismo Italiano), also known simply as Fascism (Italian: Fascismo), is the original fascist ideology, as developed in Italy. The ideology is associated with the National Fascist Party, which under Benito Mussolini ruled the Kingdom of Italy from 1922 until 1943, the Republican Fascist Party that ruled the Italian Social Republic from 1943 to 1945, the post-war Italian Social Movement and subsequent Italian neo-fascist movements.
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Any political ideology can be presented in a fascist manner, so national socialism is not fascist in itself, it's only fascist if it's implemented in such a manner, as it indeed was, at the same time repressing it's supporters for compliance and agreement.

This is why after the 'elections' there were no credible opposition to NSDAP.

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If this is what you believe, who am I to correct you, although I know that it is a false belief.


Fascism (Italian: Fascismo) denotes a social nationalist political movement and worldview which was the ruling system in the Kingdom of Italy from 1922 until 1943 and the Italian Social Republic from 1943 to 1945. The movement was founded by Benito Mussolini, also known as Il Duce, who led the National Fascist Party and then the Republican Fascist Party. Contemporary to that era, some groups in other European countries were either inspired by or attempted to imitate the Fascists of Italy.
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Italian Fascism (Italian: Fascismo Italiano), also known simply as Fascism (Italian: Fascismo), is the original fascist ideology, as developed in Italy. The ideology is associated with the National Fascist Party, which under Benito Mussolini ruled the Kingdom of Italy from 1922 until 1943, the Republican Fascist Party that ruled the Italian Social Republic from 1943 to 1945, the post-war Italian Social Movement and subsequent Italian neo-fascist movements.
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You make my point exactly, Mussolini's party simply lacked tolerance to other views = fascism.

NSDAP was national socialism presented thus, fascism is merely not giving credibility to the views of others.

I'm quite taken aback that you would not know this, perhaps Ent was correct about the windows and tongues.
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noun fas·cism \ˈfa-ˌshi-zəm also ˈfa-ˌsi-\

: a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government

: very harsh control or authority
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A type of socialism can be implemented thus ^
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Nobody can be THAT stupid, not even you, maybe indoctrinated to the max and blinded by the artificial light of satan at that.

There are two options:


1 You read and understand what was said before or
2 I'll repeat the very same facts over and over again



There is no sense in discussing the essential basics with heavily indoctrinated simpletons and/or trolls.

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PFIZIPFEI wrote:
Nobody can be THAT stupid, not even you, maybe indoctrinated to the max and blinded by the artificial light of satan at that.

There are two options:


1 You read and understand what was said before or
2 I'll repeat the very same facts over and over again



There is no sense in discussing the essential basics with heavily indoctrinated simpletons and/or trolls.

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Anyone can be a fascist, it does not matter which political view that they have, rather how they apply their views, will they accommodate the views of others? Or will they say bollox, my way is the only way, I shall not tolerate anything else, in fact I shall fuck you over if you dare disagree?

Thus fascism can be applied to any political view, national socialism, communism, capitalism, pretty much anything, so it's possible to be any of these things and a fascist.

You would be keeping a very narrow gate indeed not to be aware of this.
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