An interesting and informative article that may well help to clarify misconceptions about National Socialism and the term NAZI.
My understanding is Hitler did for a short while, in an effort to imbue it with the true spirit of his National Socialism, attempt to own the term NAZI yet soon realised such an effort was futile, at the least outside Germany, in the face of such a ubiquitous Zionist/Communist propaganda machine.
– Tommy R
As a German child growing up in a foreign country during the 60s, I was often called a “Nazi” by some of my peers when they learned that I was German. It was of course, simply ignorant repetition or “parroting” of what was said on TV in hundreds of TV shows, Hollywood movies, alleged ‘documentaries’, in newspaper and magazine articles, as well as in radio programs, not to mention classroom indoctrination, and probably by their parents too. The libraries, of course, were also full of books which spoke of “Nazis” (and still are). So to deny that there was ever such thing as a “Nazi”, to most people, would be akin to denying the moon-landing, or perhaps more accurately, like telling a frightened child that “no monster under the bed” or “no ghost in the closet”. And one would then not only be thought as a “Nazi”, but also a…
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