How so 1930s Germany

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Trump's riff about 'good genes' must have Hitler smiling somewhere...Trump tells white audience in Minnesota they have 'good genes'
Add it to the list of disturbing similarities between this regime and that one.
President Trump: "America will never be socialist."

Hitler: "We are national socialists."

But then, leftists see equality everywhere, even when there is no equality or equivalence whatsoever. As distinct as philosophies can ever be.
Since Hitler was as much anti-communist as anti-jew, yet was a socialist?

Biographer Alan Bullock avows Hitler "laid great stress" on the need to concentrate on a single enemy, an enemy he lumps together as "Marxism and the Jew"
Because Soviet socialism was a direct competitor to National socialism.

I'm here to help.
Are you suggesting Hitler was pro-marxist instead of anti-marxist?
Marx was a Jew...So Hitler stole the Marxist ethos and repackaged it to make it his own...That's how socialists roll, ya putz.
Hitler's disdain for Marxism was only equal to his disdain for the jews; you're in pure fantasy land. Zero marxism in nazism. Its like saying hitler repackaged judaism.

read about it here.

The Nazi regime had little to do with socialism, despite it being prominently included in the name of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party. The NSDAP, from Hitler on down, struggled with the political implications of having socialism in the party name. Some early Nazi leaders, such as Gregor and Otto Strasser, appealed to working-class resentments, hoping to wean German workers away from their attachment to existing socialist and communist parties. The NSDAP’s 1920 party program, the 25 points, included passages denouncing banks, department stores and “interest slavery,” which suggested a quasi-Marxist rejection of free markets. But these were also typical criticisms in the anti-Semitic playbook, which provided a clue that the party’s overriding ideological goal wasn’t a fundamental challenge to private property.
Wasn't a fundamental challenge to private property?!?

Did you not get the memo that Hitler nationalized the Junkers airplane factories (i.e. seized private property) over political disagreements with them?

Got-dammit are you pinkos some thick-headed sumbitches.

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Yes, and USSR was not real communism.

Very, very dumb post. No one with above room temperature IQ denies that the national socialists were... national socialists.

Of course, you know this very well as well. Just the usual Lucifer worshipping inversion.
Nazism is a form of fascism,[2][3][4][5] with disdain for liberal democracy and the parliamentary system. It incorporates fervent antisemitism, anti-communism, scientific racism, and the use of eugenics into its creed. Its extreme nationalism originated in pan-Germanism and the ethno-nationalist Völkisch movement which had been a prominent aspect of German nationalism since the late 19th century, and it was strongly influenced by the Freikorps paramilitary groups that emerged after Germany's defeat in World War I, from which came the party's underlying "cult of violence".[6]

The term National Socialism arose out of attempts to create a nationalist redefinition of socialism, as an alternative to both Marxist international socialism and free-market capitalism. Nazism rejected the Marxist concepts of class conflict and universal equality, opposed cosmopolitan internationalism and sought to convince all parts of the new German society to subordinate their personal interests to the "common good", accepting political interests as the main priority of economic organization,[9
None of that proves that Nazis weren't socialists. What part of "nationalism and socialism aren't mutually exclusive" didn't you understand?
Sure it does, the anti-communism part.

and, the Dachau concentration camp originally held communists and socialist during the early 1930's.

Not at all. Plenty of socialists are anti-communmist. Hell, the Bolsheviks were anti-Meshevik. They're both communists. So the Communists themselves were anti-communists.
Nazism opposed communism in any form, Marxism in any form opposed.

Both the bolsheviks and mensheviks opposed capitalism (and overthrow of the tsarist regime), but the mensheviks supported democracy and supported varying views. Lenin's bolsheviks were hardline revolutionaries without a single scruple in regards to violence. They didnt oppose each other in their communist ideas, its just that Lenin had no time for the democracy of the mensheviks. Lenin overthrew the mensheviks because he wanted a dictatorship over obiendient followers.
The mensheviks were communists and the Bolsheviks executed them all.

End of story.

Even Communists oppose Communists.
 

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He did more than that----------he told them to have taboo sex---lots of gay sex and sex with underage girls, told them that drugs were good for them, rewrote history like the dems do, and promised free everything and that "the Man" like cops were the bad ones but criminals like him were the good ones---you know the same lies that the dems tell their followers day in and day out.
Charlie Manson was the Bernie Sanders of his day.
 

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