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  • n. alternative form of Nazism


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Nazi +‎ -ism


  • In a sign of the emotions at stake in Wilders 'political rise, Naziism is invoked on both sides.

    Geert Wilders, Anti-Islam Dutch Politician, On Trial For Hate Speech Charges

  • Now all of you know that Naziism is acknowledgedly entirely opposed to any self-expression, any individualism, and any freedom.

    Racial Relations in the Union of South Africa

  • Germany is suffering from an extremely dangerous plague called Naziism, which is a very virulent bug, and we certainly don't want to get it.

    The Real New Order

  • And it was man's search for some measure of security which promoted the growth of these strange state religions such as Naziism and Fascism.

    The Twentieth Century Crusade at Home and Abroad

  • Being a scholar, and perhaps also a good Hungarian and a good European, I have to be opposed to Naziism which is based on mob psychology and ancient tribe philosophy, and which emphasizes the most despicable features of our age.

    Hungary at the Crossroads

  • The media and lefties of the past were always the ones to point out how every little thing they didn't like was "Naziism" (recall the warrantless wiretap program to protect the US from terrorists), but when this blatant and irrefutable scam of policies to destroy the US comes up, the do nothing about it.

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  • As to the question, "Why is the current pope so doggedly countercultural?", it is because, Seewald notes, Benedict's father was so passionately and courageously opposed to Naziism.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • To almost everyone in Germany, Naziism had something to offer.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Paul Robeson, “Let My People Go”

  • Hayek devotes an entire chapter in The Road to Serfdom to “The Socialist Roots of Naziism” describing then important, but now forgotten German socialist thinkers like Werner Sombart, Johann Plenge and Paul Lensch, who Hayek argues provided the leading ideas for the thinkers so important to the National Socialists like Oswald Spengler (who is still worth reading) and Arthur Moeller van den Bruck (well forgotten).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Competing Explanations for the Oppressive Nature of Socialism

  • Am glad he also indicated he has no time to try and reason with anyone stupid enough to compare Obama to Hitler or the effort to extend healthcare to the uninsured to Naziism.

    Barney Frank goes toe to toe at health care town hall


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