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Kosher InterlopersExposing the Parasites 'for they are intruders of life, privacy and property' of all others. Let us also focus on their global criminal activities.
for the umpteeenth time!!! in my personal opinion as well as the National Socialists (the NSDAP of the time)
the term 'nazi' is an INSULT to National Socialism
the only 'NAZIS' are the askeNAZIS
to take the extra 3 to 5 seconds to capitalize and correctly name the National Socialists is to honor their noble attempt to expell and rid Europe of the criminal tribe that plagues White homelands to this day.
OK, so that you all understand exactly where "Nazi" comes from, here is a comparison. In English, Communists have been referred to as Commies. It is derogatory, and no Communist would say, "I am a Commie."
Similarly (in this instance only), National Socialists were referred to by those who were against them as Nazis. Nationalist is pronounced [nahts-yo-nal-ist] in German, so as in the word Commie, they took the first syllable of the word and added an "ee" sound at the end to make it derogatory.
In the old German propaganda movie "S.A. Mann Brand," Fritz Brand says to his father, "I am a Nazi" to explain why he was fired from his job. He meant that he was regarded as a "Nazi" by his employer. But normally he would have referred to himself as a National Socialist, or an S.A. Man.
Almost nobody who speaks English understands the word "Nazi." So if someone refers to himself as this, don't assume he knows what he's talking about. Just listen to how he defines it, and what he says his beliefs are.
I got threatened with fines and jail for posting my own accurate English subtitles for the old German propaganda films "S.A. Mann Brand" and "Hitlerjunge Quex." If you ever come across re-uploads of these movies, they are very worth watching. I don't know if anyone who downloaded the movies while they were on my channel will ever upload them. It's a shame to think they may be lost to the world.
Beware of the version of "Hitlerjunge Quex" with white subtitles. I don't know who made these subtitles, but it wasn't someone who understands German. Almost all of the subtitles are inaccurate. Someone just sat there and put what he thought they might be saying based on the images. So video sites seem to be more permissive of this version.
My subtitles alternate Blue (for Nationalists speaking,) Red (for Communists speaking,) and Yellow (for Neutral people speaking.)
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I never really wanted make a big deal out of this since its not really that important to begin with, but I've been around a lot of "Nazi's" (AKA NSDAP minded people), and Germans and I've NEVER heard anyone call the original Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei or like minded people minded people anything else besides Nazi's. Well except in YouTube comments and various online Blog's that is, and. I used to be quite the avid collector of German War Relics as a kid I was all over every Antique shop I ever saw and there were many of those, badgering them for Nazi medals. Anything with a swastika is illegal in Germany and can and will get you hardtime, so they would often hide them in the back, but would get them out once they figure out I was just a Ami Tourist! Anyway I was saying the word Nazi and asking about NSDAP related matters WAY more than any average German would dare in those days, basically people just didn't bring up the war. Mostly people thought my fascination with War Relics was quite strange, but again I was an "American" so I could get away with it. I think even most Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei of the day really didn't get too, too upset being called Nazi's it was probably more of a badge of honor, and though records are scant there are quite a few references of NSDAP leaders using it in casual conversation. Personally I don't think this NSDAP thing is just going to catch on, mainly because NSDAP has too many letters, 3 or 4 is the usual limit for most acronyms...
My other two favorite “all American” swastikas are the once very popular 1920’s Coca Cola good luck charm in the shape of a swastika [distributed free as an advertising gimmick] and the official team jersey of the Native American Basketball Team  proudly displaying a very large swastika. And we don’t want to fail to mention the girl’s ice hockey team from Edmonton, Canada  with the swastika smartly embroidered on their jumpers.
One of my very old friends is a Twitter Junkie (He's been out of work a while...) But he got hooked up with Anonymous and since he's he has so much time and is good guy they have him run live feeds of protests and boot spammers off pages what have you, and he pulled a few park permits for occupy. Nothing illegal at all, but he's being interviewed by the FBI anyway he is supposed to meet them downtown. The FBI agent is also a liason to "INFRAGARD", which I had never even heard of and I guess they've been around since 1996 and Director Robert Mueller who started it.
They have chapters all over it seems
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