Werd wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 18, 2019 6:47 am
Because many more well read ones have even bothered to pick up a book. This is not about whether they are necessarily correct or not - that's another topic you are free to start anytime. Stay focused. It's about certain Nazi's lack of literacy and how reading books is apparently like kryptonite to Superman with them. In other words, even those who THINK Nietzsche is their intellectual forefather would detest them. People who are more well read but are still WRONG, would detest those illiterate boobs who are wannabe Nazis. So that counts DOUBLE against them.
As if you honesty think that wannabe Nazis are interested in reading books.
Wannabe Nazis don’t have the ability to read books. They are thick as pig shit, hence why they are neo-Nazis in the first place.
By the way, using an apostrophe to form a plural form of a word is a grammatical error. It is ‘Nazis’, not ‘Nazi’s’. In the sentence you used, the correct use is ‘Nazis’’ or ‘Nazis’s’. Maybe you should focus on your own literacy.
If you think that wannabe Nazis are interested in the actual ideas of fascism, Nazism (German National Socialism), etc, then you are naive.
So Werd, how many of the authors that you mentioned have you read? Any time you want to discuss the ideas of any of the authors you mentioned, you only have to ask.
I’m surprised you didn’t mention George Rockwell, Houston Stewart Chamberlain, Alfred Rosenberg, Henry Ford, Martin Heidegger, etc.
Nice moving of the goal posts. The issue is whether or not a self styled NSDAP has the right to kick out whoever they want from their party. They do. They don't have to claim what you tell them do, dummy.
Which parties? Most modern-day Nazis don’t belong to any parties, they just pretend to be Nazis and have a weird Nazi fetish.
Since 1945, can you think of a single party that has openly advocated neo-Nazism that has gained power in a country?
I’m also fairly certain that the wannabe Nazis on this forum do not behave the way they do on here in real life. The vast majority of people have no time for neo-Nazis, which is why they always tend to be on the fringes of society.
Deniers are a few bricks short of a load.