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Thread started 09/25/18 4:22am

PurpleSkipper5
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Do people even know what "Nazi" means anymore?

Nazi

noun
Na·zi | \ ˈnät-sē , ˈnat- \

Definition of Nazi

1: a member of a German fascist party controlling Germany from 1933 to 1945 under Adolf Hitler

2often not capitalized

a: one who espouses the beliefs and policies of the German Nazis : FASCIST

b: one who is likened to a German Nazi : a harshly domineering, dictatorial, or intolerant person

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Reply #1 posted 09/25/18 4:30am

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Yes, it's very easy to misuse the word nazi for anything or anyone you don't like.
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Reply #2 posted 09/25/18 4:44am

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NorthC said:

Yes, it's very easy to misuse the word nazi for anything or anyone you don't like.
PS: Who told you to steal my signature? It's (supposedly) a quote by Voltaire, by the way. wink

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Reply #3 posted 09/25/18 4:51am

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Lots of left wing nut job conspiracy theorists thought Trump would build a Wall and USA would become another NAZI Germany, Will Never happen. That is where rhetoric like this stems from.

I think we can all collectively say.
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Reply #4 posted 09/25/18 4:54am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

Lots of left wing nut job conspiracy theorists thought Trump would build a Wall and USA would become another NAZI Germany, Will Never happen. That is where rhetoric like this stems from.

If the wall is built, it wouldn't hold the same function as the Berlin Wall.

BUILD THE WALL!

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Reply #5 posted 09/25/18 4:59am

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PurpleSkipper58 said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Lots of left wing nut job conspiracy theorists thought Trump would build a Wall and USA would become another NAZI Germany, Will Never happen. That is where rhetoric like this stems from.

If the wall is built, it wouldn't hold the same function as the Berlin Wall.

BUILD THE WALL!

They actually have already started on the wall

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Reply #6 posted 09/25/18 5:07am

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Watching that video brought me back to that unforgettable night. I was going back between Steven Crowder (who was watching TYT cry and whine), CNN and MSNBC. It was the ultimate triggering and heres to doing it all again this upcoming midterm elections and 2020. Cheers

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Reply #7 posted 09/25/18 6:46am

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All Nazis shouold be punched.

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Reply #8 posted 09/25/18 6:54am

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RodeoSchro said:

All Nazis shouold be punched.


Settle down there, antifa
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Reply #9 posted 09/25/18 7:00am

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PurpleSkipper58 said:

RodeoSchro said:

All Nazis shouold be punched.

Settle down there, antifa




You spelled "American" wrong.

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Reply #10 posted 09/25/18 7:08am

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RodeoSchro said:

PurpleSkipper58 said:

RodeoSchro said: Settle down there, antifa




You spelled "American" wrong.

Before I get into how dangerous that rhetoric is, what do you consider a "Nazi"?

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Reply #11 posted 09/25/18 7:13am

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"Punch a Nazi" rhetoric is dangerous because a lot of college student nowadays are silly crybabies who think anything that is not far-left is Nazism.

They think Alex Jones is a Nazi when he's always been either pro-Israel or neutral on Israel. Actual neo-nazis or alt-righters call him a "Zionist Shill" all the time.

They think Jordan Peterson is a Nazi when they call him a "Zionist Shill" also.

They think Milo Yiannopoulos is a Nazi when he's a homosexual jew who's married to a Black man (worst Nazi ever, right?)

Pretty sad how calling all of your political oppenents "Nazis" and saying you should "punch Nazis" accounts as activism nowadays...

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Reply #12 posted 09/25/18 7:19am

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PurpleSkipper58 said:

"Punch a Nazi" rhetoric is dangerous because a lot of college student nowadays are silly crybabies who think anything that is not far-left is Nazism.

They think Alex Jones is a Nazi when he's always been either pro-Israel or neutral on Israel. Actual neo-nazis or alt-righters call him a "Zionist Shill" all the time.

They think Jordan Peterson is a Nazi when they call him a "Zionist Shill" also.

They think Milo Yiannopoulos is a Nazi when he's a homosexual jew who's married to a Black man (worst Nazi ever, right?)

Pretty sad how calling all of your political oppenents "Nazis" and saying you should "punch Nazis" accounts as activism nowadays...

The good news is, generation Z is rejecting this cancer. Because of witnessing this pathetic victim-mentality identity politics, politically correct cancer over-saturated in entertainment and academia, most kids nowadays are the edgy anti-PC, anti-SJW types. It's fun, it's just like one of those angry moms with hair that's waaaay too short, waiving her finger at her kids and shaking her head because the kids are "misbehaving" or in this case "said something offensive".

They're the "trolls" but in real life. And nowadays, the "trolls" are the only ones telling the truth.

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Reply #13 posted 09/25/18 7:22am

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PurpleSkipper58 said:

RodeoSchro said:




You spelled "American" wrong.

Before I get into how dangerous that rhetoric is, what do you consider a "Nazi"?



Members of the National Socialist German Workers' Party.

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Reply #14 posted 09/25/18 7:26am

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PurpleSkipper58 said:

"Punch a Nazi" rhetoric is dangerous because a lot of college student nowadays are silly crybabies who think anything that is not far-left is Nazism. No, only members of the National Socialist German Workers' Party are Nazis and only they should automatically be punched.

They think Alex Jones is a Nazi when he's always been either pro-Israel or neutral on Israel. That fat fuck isn't a Nazi as far as I know, which is about the only good thing I can say about him. But I still hope I get the chance to turn his face into hamburger.
Actual neo-nazis or alt-righters call him a "Zionist Shill" all the time. Who cares?

They think Jordan Peterson is a Nazi when they call him a "Zionist Shill" also. Who cares?

They think Milo Yiannopoulos is a Nazi when he's a homosexual jew who's married to a Black man (worst Nazi ever, right?) Milo is a white nationalist. That's not the same thing as being a Nazi, but it's perhaps just as punchable. The jury's still out on that one.

Pretty sad how calling all of your political oppenents "Nazis" and saying you should "punch Nazis" accounts as activism nowadays... Punching Nazis is not activism, it's patriotism.




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Reply #15 posted 09/25/18 8:58am

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Yes, Nazis should be decked. That's why John Podesta encouraged the progressive movement to label their political opponents as Nazis. Basically, redefining the term. John Podesta probably should be decked too. Or at least recognized for his manipulation of the American progressive movement.
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Reply #16 posted 09/25/18 9:35am

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Dauphin said:

Yes, Nazis should be decked. That's why John Podesta encouraged the progressive movement to label their political opponents as Nazis. Basically, redefining the term. John Podesta probably should be decked too. Or at least recognized for his manipulation of the American progressive movement.



Definitely. If Podesta did that, he should be decked. The term "Nazi" is a serious, serious term and should not be used lightly or incorrectly.

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Reply #17 posted 09/25/18 9:59am

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RodeoSchro said:

Dauphin said:

Yes, Nazis should be decked. That's why John Podesta encouraged the progressive movement to label their political opponents as Nazis. Basically, redefining the term. John Podesta probably should be decked too. Or at least recognized for his manipulation of the American progressive movement.



Definitely. If Podesta did that, he should be decked. The term "Nazi" is a serious, serious term and should not be used lightly or incorrectly.

Yes Officer Rodeo. It is up to you to decide who to call a Nazi. We Salute You!

I think we can all collectively say.
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SuperFurryAnimal said:

RodeoSchro said:



Definitely. If Podesta did that, he should be decked. The term "Nazi" is a serious, serious term and should not be used lightly or incorrectly.

Yes Officer Rodeo. It is up to you to decide who to call a Nazi. We Salute You!



Actually, what Dauphin and I were discussing was John Podesta deciding who to call a Nazi.

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Reply #19 posted 09/25/18 10:03am

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Dauphin said:

Yes, Nazis should be decked. That's why John Podesta encouraged the progressive movement to label their political opponents as Nazis. Basically, redefining the term. John Podesta probably should be decked too. Or at least recognized for his manipulation of the American progressive movement.

Is there any actual proof that Podesta had said this ?

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jjhunsecker said:

Dauphin said:

Yes, Nazis should be decked. That's why John Podesta encouraged the progressive movement to label their political opponents as Nazis. Basically, redefining the term. John Podesta probably should be decked too. Or at least recognized for his manipulation of the American progressive movement.

Is there any actual proof that Podesta had said this ?



The only thing I've found so far is a tweet from a guy in college in Florida that purports to show an email from John Podesta urging people to compare their opponents to Hitler and Nazis. I clicked on his link to the email at wikileaks and guess what?

It's an email FROM some guy TO John Podesta. https://wikileaks.org/pod...#efmFMJFOZ

It's some screed that goes on for pages and pages and then at the end, the email author "orca100@upcmail.nl" urges people to compare their opponents to Hitler.

So if this is the evidence, John Podesta DID NOT tell people to do that. Rather, some unhinged dude from the Netherlands did. Assuming this is even real.

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This photo, taken in 1937, shows a thousand-strong parade in New Jersey. These are members of the “German-American Bund,” a contingent of American Nazi sympathizers whose organization mimicked the SS. They had minimal ties with the actual German Nazi party but advocated for their beliefs.

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OldFriends4Sale said:

This photo, taken in 1937, shows a thousand-strong parade in New Jersey. These are members of the “German-American Bund,” a contingent of American Nazi sympathizers whose organization mimicked the SS. They had minimal ties with the actual German Nazi party but advocated for their beliefs.

True and we have some politicians that are very much like Nazis today. They do evil and do not answer to the same rules the people do. War criminals. Controlling the mass media(internet) with propaganda and not allowing everyone a voice.

I think we can all collectively say.
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Reply #23 posted 09/25/18 12:47pm

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

This photo, taken in 1937, shows a thousand-strong parade in New Jersey. These are members of the “German-American Bund,” a contingent of American Nazi sympathizers whose organization mimicked the SS. They had minimal ties with the actual German Nazi party but advocated for their beliefs.

True and we have some politicians that are very much like Nazis today. They do evil and do not answer to the same rules the people do. War criminals. Controlling the mass media(internet) with propaganda and not allowing everyone a voice.

Is what you describe comparible to mass genocide ? I thought the point of this thread was that it was WRONG to compare people to Nazis, unless they are performing similar actions and holding similar beliefs.

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RodeoSchro said:

jjhunsecker said:

Is there any actual proof that Podesta had said this ?



The only thing I've found so far is a tweet from a guy in college in Florida that purports to show an email from John Podesta urging people to compare their opponents to Hitler and Nazis. I clicked on his link to the email at wikileaks and guess what?

It's an email FROM some guy TO John Podesta. https://wikileaks.org/pod...#efmFMJFOZ

It's some screed that goes on for pages and pages and then at the end, the email author "orca100@upcmail.nl" urges people to compare their opponents to Hitler.

So if this is the evidence, John Podesta DID NOT tell people to do that. Rather, some unhinged dude from the Netherlands did. Assuming this is even real.

As I suspected...a big nothingburger

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Reply #25 posted 09/25/18 12:50pm

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Weirdly on another forum I post on, a youtube-link filled alt right kekistanner recently appeared with a billion posts a day as well.
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Reply #26 posted 09/25/18 1:06pm

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jjhunsecker said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

True and we have some politicians that are very much like Nazis today. They do evil and do not answer to the same rules the people do. War criminals. Controlling the mass media(internet) with propaganda and not allowing everyone a voice.

Is what you describe comparible to mass genocide ? I thought the point of this thread was that it was WRONG to compare people to Nazis, unless they are performing similar actions and holding similar beliefs.

Sure if you want to make comparisons go ahead but just screaming someone is a NAZI that proves nothing. See you missed the point completely. Just calling someone a Nazi doesn't make them that.

I think we can all collectively say.
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SuperFurryAnimal said:

jjhunsecker said:

Is what you describe comparible to mass genocide ? I thought the point of this thread was that it was WRONG to compare people to Nazis, unless they are performing similar actions and holding similar beliefs.

Sure if you want to make comparisons go ahead but just screaming someone is a NAZI that proves nothing. See you missed the point completely. Just calling someone a Nazi doesn't make them that.

But you're the one who just said this ! :

"True and we have some politicians that are very much like Nazis today. They do evil and do not answer to the same rules the people do. War criminals. Controlling the mass media(internet) with propaganda and not allowing everyone a voice."

Isn't this a bit contradictory ??

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Reply #28 posted 09/25/18 1:46pm

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jjhunsecker said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

True and we have some politicians that are very much like Nazis today. They do evil and do not answer to the same rules the people do. War criminals. Controlling the mass media(internet) with propaganda and not allowing everyone a voice.

Is what you describe comparible to mass genocide ? I thought the point of this thread was that it was WRONG to compare people to Nazis, unless they are performing similar actions and holding similar beliefs.

JJ, don't you know, Nazis are not Nazis? It's fake news.

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