My post wasn't about Nazis. It was about the examples of when science was exploited for political gain and I used a couple of the most egregious examples, one which most people are familiar and one which a lot of people may not have been aware that also resulted in many dead. What determines left/right is what advocates believe is the proper role of government -always. Don't waste your time arguing this. I majored in political science with a minor in public administration. I know how to easily determine political left and right. Nazi state was a totalitarian state. Totalitarianism is the end result of leftwing extremism. Anarchy, no government at all, is the end result of rightwing extremism. Nazi state was no different from the Soviet State with regard to government control of the individual. They disagreed on which should be ruling, not whether government should have that kind of power.
I find it funny that you say my perception of historical inaccuracies in your post is flawed, while spewing obviously biased bullshit all over your own post. And you feel the need to tell me to get over myself?
I have yet to see a single person on this board claim that Darwin had it all right. That does not mean every idea, or the continuation of those ideas in the future are all wrong. It just means he didn't have it all correct right away, and you are refuting an overinflated strawman argument.