My participation in this forum has led me to develop some curiosity about nationalsocialism, which in turn led me to look for nationalsocialists in Spain a few months ago. My search only yielded one nationalsocialist group in the whole country: Devenir Europeo. I sent them an email asking them about their ideas. They suggested I read the booklet "Nuestras ideas" (Our ideas), by Ramón Bau, available for free online. It's an easy read, just 44 pages meant to convey their ideas in a clear and succint way. Some of these ideas have surprised me and I'd like to know if they are shared by nationalsocialists in other countries. I start with their position regarding homosexuality, and I might create other similar threads in the future.
This is what the booklet says about homosexuality (my own translation, originals in italics):
Not sure why it is the NS woman and not the NS man who claims that right, by the way, the booklet doesn't explain.The NS [...] woman claims the right to erase from the life of the people sexual defects, aberrations, homosexuality, etc., either locking them up as sick people or punishing them as corrupting elements.
La mujer N.S. [...] reclama el derecho a eliminar de la vida del pueblo las taras sexuales, aberraciones, homosexualidad, etc., ya sea recluyéndolos como enfermos o castigándolos como elementos corruptores.
Do these quotes align with the ideas of modern or past nationalsocialists from other countries?We fight the decadent forms which try to make us accept homosexual unions [and others] as substitutes of the family.
Combatimos las forma decadentes que pretenden hacernos aceptar como sustitutos de la familia, uniones homosexuales [y otras].