Black People Politics : White Americans’ Hold on Wealth Is Old, Deep, and Nearly Unshakeable

Odin

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I really don’t understand how I can be compared to a predatory capitalist? Did u read the part about how juvenile materialism is?

I’m a National Socialist

The best median between Capitalism and Communism

Yes I do hand out my flyers !

Tribalism is powerful
 

Lynott

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What my understanding of Hitlers admiration of the American Indians were was in how efficiently America wiped them out. Not the Indians in and of themselves but in how the US was so able to exterminate them. Hitler also did a good deal of study on the ways America had fully marginalized a complete subset citizens. i.e.. the Blacks, Asian and Latinos. In short he was quite taken on the American model as were a good number of US robber barons who invested and help build his lovely war machine. Yep, fascism at it's finest.
Allow me to put it like this. If the Germans were flag waving, pleaing allegiance, idolizing the military at sporting events and militarizing the police like the Americans, i'd be building a secret shelter for future Anne Franks.

I don't know Hitler's opinion on native Americans. But I do know there's a strange connection, it's quite a while ago I read an article about but I can't remember that was on the internet at all. Nazi ideology took a lot from already existing and mostly innocent ideas and philosophies existing in Germany. One of them was the idea of living with nature in harmony and the Indian became the symbol of that, which probably had to do with having a go at the Anglo's at the same time, it's not like Western-Europeans are traditionally very eager to take sides with 'the English'. That sits still quite deep in Western-European culture, if kids play cowboys and Indians, the Indians are the good guys, the injustice done to the Indians is something kids learn about at a very young age. Hitler would have had a hard time turning the Germans against the Indians so he problably would have had it twisted to align the Indians positive image with Nazi ideology. The Nazi's did recognize certain peoples as worthy to deal with, almost equal to the Aryan Germans. Remember in Europe it's never as much about skin colour as in the USA, even with racists, he had nothing but contempt for Slavic people for example, who are as white as Germans.
 

ogoun

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odin,
If you're going to be a national socialist, that is, a Nazi fascist at least learn your own history.
Hitler aligned with predatory capitalism every time the chance came along. Why do you think him and Mussolini got along so well? Or Franco in Spain? Or the robber barons tycoons and financiers here in the US? Or for that matter the church?
And just for reference Semites are ALL the peoples of the Levant or put in the more modern parlance peoples of the Mideast.
 

ogoun

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Allow me to put it like this. If the Germans were flag waving, pleaing allegiance, idolizing the military at sporting events and militarizing the police like the Americans, i'd be building a secret shelter for future Anne Franks.

I don't know Hitler's opinion on native Americans. But I do know there's a strange connection, it's quite a while ago I read an article about but I can't remember that was on the internet at all. Nazi ideology took a lot from already existing and mostly innocent ideas and philosophies existing in Germany. One of them was the idea of living with nature in harmony and the Indian became the symbol of that, which probably had to do with having a go at the Anglo's at the same time, it's not like Western-Europeans are traditionally very eager to take sides with 'the English'. That sits still quite deep in Western-European culture, if kids play cowboys and Indians, the Indians are the good guys, the injustice done to the Indians is something kids learn about at a very young age. Hitler would have had a hard time turning the Germans against the Indians so he problably would have had it twisted to align the Indians positive image with Nazi ideology. The Nazi's did recognize certain peoples as worthy to deal with, almost equal to the Aryan Germans. Remember in Europe it's never as much about skin colour as in the USA, even with racists, he had nothing but contempt for Slavic people for example, who are as white as Germans.
Don't know how far I could go with that Lynott.
Franz Fanon had a far different take on how much racism was within the European culture and continent during that time.
 

Lynott

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Don't know how far I could go with that Lynott.
Franz Fanon had a far different take on how much racism was within the European culture and continent during that time.
I don't mean how much racism, allthough I believe it was less. What I mean is that colour chart idea from lighter to darker with corresponding hierarchy is more American, and I mean all of the America's because the Spanish colonists had a detailed classification too.

The Nazi were rather unique within Europe with their pure blood idea, but they didn't rank peoples by lightness of skin. To them race was more than skin colour. Jews didn't get any favours over blacks just because their skin was (almost) white, on the contrary. Nor were the white Slavic people spared while they were as white as the Northern-European people, who they respected as almost equals. So that would have left room to respect the Native Americans.
 

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