Politics Aussie Fascists and Nazis

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demondavey

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The ease that they have been infiltrated and exposed is embarrassing for them. They’re going to have to become a lot more ‘underground’ to make any significant headway. They are incredibly dangerous however, and hopefully this breaks them apart and we can throw the book at them.
 

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DaRick

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Examples quote were all the examples of the granite left, even by the set who refuse to believe Hitler was a socialist.

Try and name some "right wing" dictatorships. Could probably grant you three or four but a struggle after that.
Economically, Hitler was arguably around the centre for his time, with right and left wing traits.

Socially, even for his day he would have been considered extreme-right. People might not have liked the Jews, but they didn't fancy murdering them en masse either.
 

demondavey

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I miss the good old days when Nazis where unquestionably evil and we didn't have to listen to their stupid sh*t for the sake of "balance".
My grandfather used to say that the best Nazi was a dead one. We had to have words with him and put him in a home eventually. When he became senile and lost it he called his poor old polish neighbour a Nazi. We had to tell him he wasn’t living next to John Denjamjuk.

He’d have looked at these scumbags today like Sewell and said that they should be hung because you wouldn’t waste a bullet on them, whereas the same rope would see out a day. Probably referencing Nuremberg. Now we’ve got politicians standing up in cabinet using the term ‘final solution’.

Disgusting.
 

Gough

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My grandfather used to say that the best Nazi was a dead one. We had to have words with him and put him in a home eventually. When he became senile and lost it he called his poor old polish neighbour a Nazi. We had to tell him he wasn’t living next to John Denjamjuk.
When I was a kid everyone's grandad was "in the war" and any Nazi sympathies would have been dissuaded percussively.
 

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FireKrakouer

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When I was a kid everyone's grandad was "in the war" and any Nazi sympathies would have been dissuaded percussively.
There’s always been extremists, they just didn’t have social media back then. 20 inbreds praising Hitler in Rowville doesn’t constitute an uprising. The middle aged folk in Australia are progressing to boomer-tier fear obsession, soon y’all will be glued to A Current Affair and developing paranoia about “young hoons” and “bodgy tradies” n whatnot.

Fraser “17 votes” Anning was thoroughly rejected by the people, and copped the international embarrassment of an egg to his cranium for his troubles (he deserved a lot worse, but it still humiliated he and what he stands for on the public stage).
 

Contra Mundum

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Be like the comrades in Queensland's own Matteoti Club (pictured here in 1927): see fash, bash fash, steal all fash merch - get arrested - fash goes free

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