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anti-individual but not anti market

Posted by: lark on December 10, 1999 at 15:25:26:

In Reply to: Frenchy's Not a Fascist? (A Little Better) posted by Porgie Tirebiter on December 09, 1999 at 11:12:52:

: : 1) Anti-capitalist, but also anti-communist (i.e. against unions, workers' power)

That's not true anti-individual but not anti market, the nazi's that survived Hitlers pro-market purge of 'communists' within the nazi party (Strasser was keen on the ideas of edhurd durhning who opposed engels and proposed a nationalist collectivism and planned economy, that made him into a mark), said it was an organised as opposed to planned economy, that is, everyone is employed in the army etc. that cant get regular jobs and anyone bitching is gonna get shot.

Hitler liked the freemarket as the KKK or Stormfront or the centruions point out, he thought it was the mark of superiority to triumph in vicious competition.

Nazi's abolish the illusion of freedom that exists under capitalist employment EG wage slaves replaced by actual slaves taken from unpopular categories of the population.

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