Anonymous asked: what's it mean to be a Nazi?
That’s such a vague question, I don’t even know how to answer it…
For starters, “Nazi” is actually an old German word that was used to refer to backwards peasants. The word you’re actually looking for is National Socialist. Actual NSDAP members didn’t refer to themselves as Nazis for that reason, and neither do I. Like any other ideology, you can do research to learn about it on your own, because I really don’t know what you’re specifically asking about.
northeasternpromises-nj asked: Ah, was under the impression the racial views were in the same category as other self-proclaimed NS guys. It's definitely a homebase for super liberal shitheads. Originally had deleted an old blog because they didn't like how I was acting haha
I’m not some White power skinhead or something, if that’s what you were referring to. That’s not true NS. lol
northeasternpromises-nj asked: While this may seem bizarre coming from a Eurasian male, I've gotta say that despite obvious conflicting views, this is a breath of fresh air from the liberal PC bullshit perpetuated by white females and certain black nationalists on Tumblr.
It seems like Tumblr is their home base. lol. Thank you.
What do you mean by conflicting views though?
Anonymous asked: is it possible to be a socialist and a Nazi? :l
Read Why are we Socialist by Goebbels.
Is that a serious question? Socialist is in the name. National Socialist German workers party.
We are against the political bourgeoisie, and for genuine nationalism!
We are against Marxism, but for true socialism!
We are for the first German national state of a socialist nature!
We are for the National Socialist German Workers Party!
Anonymous asked: What is your opinion on Objectivism and, just in general, Ayn Rand?
Objectivism is a ghastly philosophy. Pathological Individualism. A world where the only unit is the individual and the only meaning is to make more money and screw everyone else over. No thanks.
Ayn Rand fled the destructive excesses of Communism in the USSR and embraced the flipside of the coin, the destructive excesses of Capitalism in the USA. She went out of the frying pan and into the fire.
One of the ironies of Ayn Rand is that she still perpetuates the “class warfare” narrative of the Communists, she just flips it on its head. The Communists preached hatred of the upper classes, she preached hatred of the lower classes.