21.06.13.1900Su IDEOLOGICAL SOCIALISM vs NATIONAL SOCIALISM – WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
A mistake is being made by visualizing a linear scale in determining degrees of Right or Left political leanings rather than a 360 degree circle. And to make matters worse, I can’t see any way around this observation & still maintaining a comprehensible understanding of human political power.
Professor Jordan Peterson once explained that the world understands what the excesses of the political Right looks like; but went on to caution that we don’t know what excesses of the political Left looks like? This I must strongly disagree with. Replace the usual linear scale, most commonly visualized, to ascertain political positioning of power with a 360 degree circle & voila we instantly do have a clear view of accesses of power by the Left. It’s right there staring back at us clearly visible to our minds eye.
Visualizing a circle graduated on 360 degree, Nazism (National Socialism) would be located at 179 degrees while Ideological Socialism (aka communism) would be resting at 181 degrees. One must keep in mind that Ideological Socialism is to date responsible for the deaths of well over 100,000 people – something Adolf Hitler could only dream of. So where is the Freedom the United States was founded upon – why at 000 degrees of course. Then where is the current powers that be in the United States jockeying for on that big political circle – looks like a splitting the differences between National Socialism & Ideological Socialism at 180 degrees is their goal – at least at present. NOT LOOKING GOOD AT ALL!
American’s have been subjected to CGT (Critical Gender Theory) for years now without it being called out. Here is an example of CGT (Critical Gender Theory) from several years back. ARE YOUR CHILDREN ASKING TO BE CUT ON YET? Propaganda does work you know, or it wouldn’t exist at all.
Posted by: DoctorRandomercam ~ Jan 12, 2018
“TED XXX: Justin Baldoni”
Now we’re being subjected to CRT (Critical Race Theory) hot & heavy. It’s all over the news so I’ll skip linking to an example of that – BUT MAKE NO MISTAKE BOTH CRITICAL THEORIES ARE MARXIST TO THEIR CORE. JUST LOOK AT WHO’S EXHORTING THESE MARXIST CAMPAIGNS SUCH AS GUN CONTROL, CENSORSHIP, IDEOLOGICAL CLEANSING OF THE MILITARY, CANCEL CULTURE & THE LIKE?
Instead I’ll link to video of the far Right National Socialism extremists in history suggesting a comparison to the actions by the current socialist regime in power at the White House now – startling similar? THE CLOCK IS TICKING – HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?
PS. National Socialism advocates Racial Purity; Ideological Socialism advocates Ideological Purity which they frame as Equality? Ask yourself what’s to become of the mentally & physically handicapped – is that a Social Construct as Ideological Socialist insist every inequality is – really? Or will they be handled the National Socialist way? As @FussyMarine noted, not even two snowflakes are equally the same - is that the fault of social construction?
Posted by: Vision Video ~ Nov 9, 2020
“Hitler's Court (2019) | Full Movie | Honorable Sol Wachtler | Prof Benjamin B. Ferencz”
The fact that the contemporary political spectrum does not convey understanding is highlighted by the fact that in order to position political ideologies and concepts one has to contrive some theory about how it really works. It could be linear if it were truly dichotomous. But as it stands we have to bend it around to be circular so that national socialism and international socialism juxtapose each other. That is as it should be, I suppose, and imputes a little more understanding of socialism. But what of the rest of the political spectrum? Where's liberalism and where's conservatism? What's their relationship and how can they shift over time. Classical liberals seem to have shifted to the right side of the spectrum and today the whole left side seems to have been hijacked by the "progressive" socialists.
Other indications of how the political spectrum fails us are the introduction of complex structures that have added to simply being left and right. They include totalitarian/authoritarian and social/economic dimensions. Again this simply highlights the inadequacies of the contemporary spectrum.
I find the spectrum that conveys the most understanding and is the simplest is linear and is not a fabricated dichotomy but an actual dichotomy. Since politics is about governance, one end of the spectrum should be "no government" and the other end should be "total government". This also means the spectrum is not open-ended. It does not need to be bent around to satisfy some seeming inconsistency and ideologies and forms of government are not fluid so they move further and closer to the center or further and closer to the extremes, unless they actually do incorporate change. Apparently, according to the left, the right has moved to right-wing extremism and conservatives, classical liberals, moderates, what have you, are all fascists. Any moderates on the left have been swallowed up by progressives or else moved to the right. It isn't conducive to the understanding of political ideologies or nuances at all. All political persuasions can, however find a home position on the total to no government linear scale.
Movement on the spectrum then becomes one of being at a certain level of government, as referenced by size and mandate - how much it controls, engineers or influences the socio/economic structure of society.
An exercise in understanding would be something like, where do we put a Monarchy. Obviously it is closer to total government as they rule the land but depending upon their philosophy they may rule more to the center being benevolent on one side but moving to dictatorship on the more tyrannical side.
Essentially whatever is conducive to understanding by the general public is the best.