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  •  Quick Recap Of What The Nazis Believed (5+ / 0-)

    Yes there were other variations on Facism, but they would have agreed on pretty much all these points

    Short Guide To Nazi Propaganda Talking Points

    Things The Nazi Were Against:
       Trade unions
       "Social justice"
       "The liberal press"
       "Social Democrats"
       "Civil Rights"
       Liberal "envy"
       Liberal class warfare ("class struggle")
       Religious tolerance
       Mixed marriages
       Sex education
       Bilingual anything
       Universal education
       Art that does not glorify the state
       Darwin and teaching evolution
       Einstein and relativity
       Elementary teachers who don't teach nationalism
       University professors
       People who don't support the troops
       ...and of course Jews

    Things The Nazi Were For:
        Crushing unions (Enabling Act 1933)
       Promising church/state cooperation (Enabling Act announcement)
       State take-over of local government (Reich Local Government Law of 1935)
       Federal regulation of marriage and sex (Nuremberg Laws)
       Pre-emptive war
       State religion
       "Positive Christianity"
       Conspiracy theories
       Undermining voter's faith in elections and parliament
       Reducing history to broad populist themes of white victimization
       Claiming whites are the victims of racist liberals
       A "spiritual" movement that creates ruthless, unwavering violence
       Values education in the schools
       Reducing science education
       School "reform" using business people
       College students ratting out professors for lack of loyalty
       Voting restrictions
       Early marriage
       High birth rate
       State control of the media, arts, and science
       Personality cults
       Making nationalism part of the school curriculum
       Worship of an idealized version of the past
       Rebellion against "weak" authority
       Blaming minorities and immigrants for everything
       Invoking destiny and being judged by history
       Pandering to Christians
       Promising the cooperation of church and state
       Claiming to do "God's will"

    There’s always free cheddar in a mousetrap, baby

    by bernardpliers on Wed Jun 12, 2013 at 07:53:37 AM PDT

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