“We are socialists ….”
“We are socialists, we are enemies of today’s capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions.” –Adolf Hitler
The title of National Socialism was not hypocritical.
His differences with the communists, he explained, were less ideological than tactical. German communists he had known before he took power, he told Rauschning, thought politics meant talking and writing. They were mere pamphleteers, whereas “I have put into practice what these peddlers and pen pushers have timidly begun”, adding revealingly that “the whole of National Socialism” was based on Marx.
Dr Rachel Frosh has been removed the Conservative Party candidates list and forced to resign as the Deputy Police and Crime Comissioner in Hertfordshire because she retweeted a message that linked Nazis to Socialism….incurring the inevitable ‘outrage’.
Blackshirted Fascist, Labour’s Oswald Mosley, wanted policies in 1930 that seem uncannily like Labour’s now:
The memorandum called for high tariffs to protect British industries from international finance, for state nationalisation of main industries and a programme of public worksto solve unemployment.Thirty years later, in 1961, R. H. S. Crossman described the memorandum: “… this brilliant memorandum was a whole generation ahead of Labour thinking.”
The Nazis were quite clearly Socialists….You have to wonder what the professionally outraged would have made of a tweet that linked Socialism to Communists…you know those people who murdered millions upon millions of people…far more than the National Socialists ever did.
Never mind that the Left have now joined forces with the Islamists.
Will the people of the East End defend the Jews against the ‘fascists’ now?
It is remarkable what people can be sacked for saying…and what they say but don’t get sacked for…..
Labour comedian John O’Farrell probably has his own parking space at the BBC employed as he is by them so often.
I wonder what it is that they like about him so much?
‘Upon hearing of the Brighton hotel bombing in 1984 he was described as having a ‘surge of excitement’ and wrote how he was ‘disapointed’ the bomb did not kill Margaret Thatcher. He wrote of this event in his book ‘Things Can Only Get Better’ where he said: ‘In October 1984, when the Brighton bomb went off, I felt a surge of excitement at the nearness of her demise and yet disappointment that such a chance had been missed. ‘This was me…..wishing that they had got her. “Why did she have to leave the bathroom two minutes earlier?” I asked myself over and over again.’ ‘
Death to Jewish settlers, says anti-Zionist poet
…Tom Paulin….who frequently worked for the BBC….and was of course a Labour man.
Of course they are prepared to keep on their books the likes of Jeremy Hardy who said all BNP members should be shot in the back of the neck…and Tom Paulin who described Israelis as Nazis who should be shot.
Just what do you have to do to be banned from the BBC?