Re: Politics & wingedness - Re: GUNS: Re: Self Defense

Date: Tue Jan 23 2001 - 13:26:57 MST

In a message dated 1/23/01 10:08:54 AM Pacific Standard Time, writes:<< Um, depends on how you define
"rightwing". Hitler's party was the NSDAP (Die Nationalsozialistische
Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) or "National Socialist German Workers Party". It
was anticommunist as part of its original 1919 charter, but that it itself
didn't place it automatically in the
 "rightwing". >>

    Thank you. That was what I was trying to say. The difference between
the socialists, communists, nazis, and facists was similar to the difference
between the folk legends the Repubicrats and the Democans; or in fact even
    The author of ROAD TO SERFDOM describes their fights as having been so
full of passion and venom as due to exactly the small difference between
them. The leaders of the parties were trying to attract and hold onto
exactly the same people using the same philosophy and tactics.
Ron h.

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