Sunday, 28 January 2018

Nazi: Constant use of words associated with a given period of history creates a continuity

Nazi: Constant use of words associated with a given period of history creates a continuity

Nowadays, and despite the fact that World War Two happened in the first half of the Twentieth Century, those who continue to use the world Nazi are de-facto promoting the ideas that led to World War Two.

Hardly a day goes by without Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist Movement being remembered because the mass media, political elites and a wide range of organisations that say that they oppose Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist Movement are in fact promoting Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist Movement by constantly reminding everybody that there was a National Socialist Movement.

In the USA, in the UK, in Germany, in Austria, in Poland, in Israel and even in some remote Asian country, the memories of Adolf Hitler and of the National Socialist Movement are being kept alive and if Adolf Hitler was alive today he would be puzzled by the fact that so many people that say that they would be against him are keeping him ever-present everywhere.

Because this is done on an industrial basis and 24/7, the probability of the rise of another National Socialist Movement growths exponentially as more and more people become disenchanted with what is on offer today in terms of political alternatives. The more people distrust Liberals and Marxist, the more attractive a National Socialist option becomes.

Democracies are by no means perfect but they are made worse by huge amounts of corruption, incompetence and uncertainty at a time when more and more people want certainty in a very uncertain world and this is exactly what led to the rise of National Socialism in Germany. The uncertainties in a country battered by war and by the consequences of war and of the Versailles Treaty led to the meteoric rise of the NSDAP that in 1933 took the reins of power in Germany. The more the political elites, the mass media and other interested operators talk against National Socialism the more attactive National Socialism becomes.

In Britain today,. people are being taken to court and being accused of extremism using anti-Terror Laws and what is the word used to catalogue them? Even in circumstances and events that have little or nothing to do with National Socialism, you can bet that certain labels will be used. Even Liberal politicians including democratically elected Presidents are being labelled with terms linked to World War Two and this helps maintain the memories of World War Two.

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