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  • Donn5150 reply Hitler and the nazis, were right wing national Socialists. Please, refute these statements. Documentaion, not just mudslinging insults because you cannot counter the actual statements of Hitler or other nazis. The issue, is Collectivism. Fascism is the right wing, Marxism is the left wing, same collectivist vulture. Hitler saw that clearly as shown by his statements. Collectivism is the worst evil to manifest among humanity. (1) I only acknowledge one nobility‚ÄĒthat of labour. Quoted in the Nazi Party official newspaper V√∂lkischer Beobachter (Nov. 21, 1936), Richard Grunberger, The 12-year Reich: A Social History of Nazi Germany 1933‚Äď1945 (1971) p. 47. (2) Everyone was at one time a Social Democrat. As quoted in Hitler: S√§mtliche Aufzeichnungen 1905-1924, Eberhard J√§ckel and Axel Kuhn, (editors) Stuttrart: Deusche Verlags-Anstalt, 1980, p. 448 (3) In socialism of the future‚Ķwhat counts is the whole, the community of the Volk. The individual and his life play only a subsidiary ...morerole. He can be sacrificed‚ÄĒhe is prepared to sacrifice himself should the whole demand it. As quoted in Hitler‚ÄĒMemoirs of a Confidant, Otto Wagener editor, Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., Yale University Press (1985) p. 16 (4) It is not Germany that will turn Bolshevist but Bolshevism that will become a sort of National Socialism. Besides, there is more that binds us to Bolshevism than separates us from it‚Ķ. I have always made allowance for this circumstance, and given orders that former Communists are to be admitted to the party at once. The petit bourgeois Social-Democrat and the trade union boss will never make a National Socialist, but the Communist always will. As quoted in Hermann Rauschning , The Voice of Destruction, New York: NY, G.P. Putnam‚Äôs Sons (1940) p. 131. (5) The party is all-embracing. It rules our lives in all their breadth and depth‚Ķ There will be no license, no free space, in which the individual belongs to himself. This is Socialism‚Ķ Let them then own land or factories as much as they please. The decisive factor is that the State, through the party, is supreme over them, regardless whether they are owners or workers. As quoted in The Voice of Destruction, Hermann Rauschning, New York: NY, Putnam, 1940, p. 191. (6) But first, there will have to be national socialism. Otherwise the people and their governments are not ready for the socialism of nations. It is not possible to be liberal to one‚Äôs own country and demand socialism among nations. Quote from Hitler according to Otto Wagener, in Hitler‚ÄĒMemoirs of a Confidant, editor, Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., Yale University Press (1985) p. 170 (7) What Marxism, Leninism and Stalinism failed to accomplish, we shall be in a position to achieve. Quote from Hitler according to Otto Wagener in Hitler‚ÄĒMemoirs of a Confidant, editor, Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., Yale University Press (1985) p. 149 (8) After all, that‚Äôs exactly why we call ourselves National Socialists! We want to start by implementing socialism in our nation among our Volk! It is not until the individual nations are socialist that they can address themselves to international socialism. As quoted by Otto Wagener in Hitler‚ÄĒMemoirs of a Confidant, editor, Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., Yale University Press (1985) p. 288 (9) To put it quite clearly: we have an economic programme. Point No. 13 in that programme demands the nationalisation of all public companies, in other words socialisation, or what is known here as socialism. ‚Ķ the basic principle of my Party‚Äôs economic programme should be made perfectly clear and that is the principle of authority‚Ķ the good of the community takes priority over that of the individual. But the State should retain control; every owner should feel himself to be an agent of the State; it is his duty not to misuse his possessions to the detriment of the State or the interests of his fellow countrymen. That is the overriding point. The Third Reich will always retain the right to control property owners. If you say that the bourgeoisie is tearing its hair over the question of private property, that does not affect me in the least. Does the bourgeoisie expect some consideration from me?‚Ķ Today‚Äôs bourgeoisie is rotten to the core; it has no ideals any more; all it wants to do is earn money and so it does me what damage it can. The bourgeois press does me damage too and would like to consign me and my movement to the devil. Hitler's interview with Richard Breiting, 1931, published in Edouard Calic, ed., ‚ÄúFirst Interview with Hitler,‚ÄĚ Secret Conversations with Hitler: The Two Newly-Discovered 1931 Interviews, New York: John Day Co., 1971, pp. 31-33. (10) But we National Socialists wish precisely to attract all socialists, even the Communists; we wish to win them over from their international camp to the national one. As quoted by Hitler according to Otto Wagener, in Hitler‚ÄĒMemoirs of a Confidant, editor, Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., Yale University Press (1985) p. 26 (11) Since we are socialists, we must necessarily also be antisemites because we want to fight against the very opposite: materialism and mammonism‚Ķ How can you not be an antisemite, being a socialist! "Why We Are Anti-Semites," August 15, 1920 speech in Munich at the Hofbr√§uhaus. Translated from Vierteljahrshefte f√ľr Zeitgeschichte, 16. Jahrg., 4. H. (Oct., 1968), pp. 390-420. Edited by Carolyn Yeager. (12) Capitalism as a whole will now be destroyed, the whole people will now be free. We are not fighting Jewish or Christian capitalism, we are fighting every capitalism: we are making the people completely free. April 12, 1922 Hitler Speech, Munich (13) What matters is to emphasize the fundamental idea in my party's economic program clearly; the idea of authority. I want the authority; I want everyone to keep the property he has acquired for himself according to the principle: ‚Äć'‚ÄćBenefit to the community precedes benefit to the individual.‚Äć'‚Äć But the state should retain supervision and each property owner should consider himself appointed by the state. It is his duty not to use his property against the interests of others among his own people. This is the crucial matter. The Third Reich will always retain its right to control the owners of property. In 1931, as quoted in Nazi Economics: Ideology, Theory, and Policy (1990), by Avraham Barkai, pp. 26‚Äď2 (14) here is a difference between the theoretical knowledge of socialism and the practical life of socialism. People are not born socialists, but must first be taught how to become them. ‚ÄúGerman Volksgenossen!‚ÄĚ Hitler‚Äôs opening speech at the new Winterhilfswerk, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, (October 5, 1937) Now, quotes from Mises, on Hitler. (1)Both anti-fascism and anti-communism have utterly lost their meaning since Hitler and Stalin have ceased to conceal their alliance from the world. [‚Ķ] I predicted the cooperation between the Nazis and Bolsheviks as early as 1925 in my article "Anti-Marxism." Ludwig von Mises ([1940], 1998). Interventionism: An Economic Analysis, trans. Thomas Francis McManus and Heinrich Bund, ed. Bettina Bien Greaves. Irvington-on-Hudson, NY: Foundation for Economic Education, Inc. ISBN 1-57246-071-7 p. xiv. (2) The "progressives" who today masquerade as "liberals" may rant against "fascism"; yet it is their policy that paves the way for Hitlerism. Nothing could have been more helpful to the success of the National-Socialist (Nazi) movement than the methods used by the "progressives," denouncing Nazism as a party serving the interests of "capital." Ludwig von Mises ([1940], 1998). Interventionism: An Economic Analysis, trans. Thomas Francis McManus and Heinrich Bund, ed. Bettina Bien Greaves. Irvington-on-Hudson, NY: Foundation for Economic Education, Inc. ISBN 1-57246-071-7 p. 88.
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