Tuesday, February 19, 2013
National Socialism: the clue’s in the name
A National Socialist badge. The German word for "Socialist" is clearly evident. Because of the similarities between German and English, the German words for both "national" and "socialist" are readily understood by English speakers. DAP stands for "Deutsche Arbeiter Partei", or "German Workers' Party"
How can [British] Conservatives ensure they always lose? A good place to start is to concede every lie of the left.
The Conservative Party appears to be doing what it can in this regard. Take their decision to strike Rachel Frosh from their candidates list for the great crime of… linking Nazism to socialism.
Frosh committed her thought crime on Twitter. Thanks to a left-wing stink being kicked up on the same medium, her career – including twenty years in the NHS – is now apparently nullified overnight. She has had to step down from her role as a Police and Crime Commissioner and now she cannot stand for the Conservatives at an election. A party spokesman has said: ‘these comments are completely unacceptable and it is right that she has stepped down’.
Clearly the Conservative party has taken the view that they do not want anyone involved in politics or policing who takes a view on history that is actually correct.
It is neither an insult to all of the left, nor an attempt to exonerate all of the right, but rather a statement of historical fact that National Socialism had its origins in socialism. If the Conservative party’s apparatchiks look hard enough they will even find a clue in the name. But evidently they are too busy giving in to left-wing twitter-mobs to have time for such a bland and useless thing as historical truth.