11419Re: "Nazi" - Insulting in the extreme
- May 3, 2009
>Other than being athiest in general, the Nazi party was very similarWow, that remark is really sickly twisted!
>to the fundamentalist Christian arm of the Republican party in that
--- In email@example.com, leaking pen <itsatrap@...> wrote:
> The Nazi party was a world wide fascist movement that favored strong
> govermental control of society, and a very stringent moral requirement
> that people follow. There was a very large Nazi party here in the us.
> Other than being athiest in general, the Nazi party was very similar
> to the fundamentalist Christian arm of the Republican party in that
> regard. ONE BRANCH of the Nazi Party, the one in Germany that elected
> Adolph Hitler as their party candidate to the German presidential
> election, which he then won, then went largely anti-semetic and went
> on a rampage throughout Europe, which pretty much killed the party, in
> name at least, else where in the world. But teh word Nazi was used to
> mean , for lack of a better term, anal about something, long before
> world war 2. it is NOT a comparison to Hitler or anti-semetism, but to
> FASCISM, which, in this case, isn't too far off. Very stringent rules,
> forced following of the most stringent application of the rules, no
> exceptions? sounds about right.
> On Sun, May 3, 2009 at 4:59 AM, Jeff Johnson <jljonsn@...> wrote:
> > I wish people would refrain from casually throwing out the term
> > "Authenticity Nazi". It's highly offensive for anyone to be compared to
> > mass-murdering fascists.
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