Nazi Germany: Top 10 National Socialism—Facts About Germany

Nazi Germany: Top 10 National Socialism—Facts About Germany


Hello people, so here we have the top 10 reasons why Nazi Germany was Socialist. I’m no Communist, I’ll you that right now, I believe a man should own his own house and car, and cow I like this private ownership, I want to be left alone, Let the government run its business and let me run my own. So in at number 10, here we have the term ‘Nazi’ The term Nazi was abbreviated for ‘Nationalsozialismus’, which basically meant ‘National Socialism’. In at number 9, here we have Nazi Germany where the Nazi’s had marched under red banners and flags; the colour red representing Socialism. In at Number 8 we have the Nazi Germany propagandist posters. The Nazi Germany propagandist posters were very identical to the Soviet Union, you could barely tell a difference. In at number 7 we have the evidence of a Nazi propagandist poster stating they hated Capitalism. So this is one of the Nazi propagandist posters, in clear words it says “Met Duitschland Tegen Het Kapitalisme” which basically translated to “With Germany Against Capitalism”. In at number 6 we have the identical symbolism between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. Not only was the posters of propaganda more or less the same between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, but also one of these coins as you can see with not just the Swastika, but of course the hammer and sickle. And of course, it was the Soviet Union that had the Swastika before Nazi Germany. In at number 5, Hitler did not hide the fact he was a Collectivist. Hitler said in his own words “Societies needs come before the Individuals needs.” And of course Adolf Hitler told his associate “We must find and travel the road from Individualism to Socialism without Revolution.” It wasn’t so much the fact that he hated Marxism, it was that he hated the tactics behind Marxism, which was a revolutionary one, he believed in moving peacefully away from Individualism to Collectivism. In at number 4 we have the synonym for collectivism. When we look at the word Socialism and Collectivism by definition, and of course when we look for the synonym for Collectivism, it is Socialism. That’s why when you hear about Collectivised farming and Collectivised healthcare, it’s really just the same thing as socialised healthcare or socialised farming, because the word Collectivism means more or less the same thing as Socialism. Both by definition mean the control and management of the economy. In at number 3, Hitler made it clear why he hated Jews. Hitler said in his own words “If we are Socialists, then we must definitely be anti-semites — and the opposite, in that case, is Materialism and Mammonism, which we seek to oppose.” “How, as a Socialist, can you not be an anti-semite?” Hitler also in 1930 told Otto Strasser “I am a Socialist and a very different kind of Socialist to your rich friend Count Reventlow.” As he did not hide the fact he was a Socialist. And he also said in 1927 “We are Socialists, enemies of today’s Capitalistic economic system…” In at number 2 we have Hitler’s Nationalisation. Hitler Nationalised many things; he Nationalised education; he nationalised healthcare; Nationalised the automobile industry in Austria; he Nationalised so many other things such as the churches, the banks; he Nationalised radio, newspaper and of course, not to forget that he did not abolish the trade unions in 1933, he simply replaced them with his very own, known as the German Labour Front. In number 1, the one you hear about all the time; the Nazi’s had the Socialists and Communists sent to concentration camps to die. The fact of the matter is, Adolf Hitler was not an anti-Socialist, he was just someone who wiped out his competition, and that is more or less all it was; it was a competition between one Socialist faction, to another Socialist faction. So anyway people, thanks for watching my video, hope you’ve enjoyed it, and I’ll talk to you’s later, cheers! Hello people, how’s it going? Scotty, hope you like my video, if you like the video click the like button below, and of course if you like my channel, feel free to subscribe, button’s down there. And of course I’m working hard to get as many videos out there to you as possible, So, thanks for watching, talk to you’s later, cheers!

100 Comments on "Nazi Germany: Top 10 National Socialism—Facts About Germany"


  1. NO – THE COLOUR RED DOES NOT MEAN YOU HAVE SOCIALISM:

    That is not what I intended, in the video I missed out the part about May Day, if you don't understand what May Day was, then you're a Socialist, and what does a 'Socialist' mean? It means you are not a rational minded person, it simply means what makes you tick is feelings that get in the way of facts, that's why facts are not acceptable to you Socialists. May Day even by the Socialist Review admits it was an anti-Capitalist celebratory day, that is what Nazi's Marched under, RED BANNERS and FLAGS on MAY DAY!

    As for the RED FLAGS, please, go and educate yourself: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_flag_(politics)

    So yes there is a connection between RED FLAGS and BANNERS to that of Socialism, because Socialists made the colour part of its own, HOWEVER! that does not mean to say that just because Socialists made the colour red part of their own, it doesn't mean to say EVERYTHING red is Socialism. Unless of course you're a Socialist who thinks everything in this world is black and white. 

    THE BLACK AND WHITE MINDSET OF A SOCIALIST:
    Socialists have a hard time thinking past in more than one direction, it is why they say a free market has never existed, but what they fail to understand is the fact that you have a scale, it's not that Capitalism or Socialism has not existed, it's a question of 'how Capitalist' or 'How Socialist are your economies on a scale'. The very little Capitalism we have today we can see from trade, that voluntary exchange in the marketplace, we're living under a mixed economy, but the problem with a mixed economy is the fact when you attempt that middle way, you end up with Corporatism because you CANNOT introduce the private sector to an economy driven and controlled by government. Expecting to avoid Corporatism whilst having a mixed economy is like expecting to throw a pig off a cliff and it'll some how fly. 

    Socialists have a black and white view of everything in this world, just like Socialism, they define it 'PURELY' by theory, yet they ignore the fact that theory cannot come above practice. A prime example of this is the fact that the theory of Socialism defies human nature, because there is no way you can get rid of self-interest of human beings and expect to achieve the utopia of egalitarianism. As for Socialists who deny Socialism doing this? They're not right in the head, they clearly don't have a clue what Socialism is, why? Because self-interest relates to Individualism and Socialism has NOTHING to do with individualism.

    HOW TO SPOT A SOCIALIST:
    Ask them how they're going to reallocate scarce resources to a vast population of millions efficiently without a price mechanism. That'll give you the answer as to whether they're Socialist or not. If they can't give you an answer that's logical, you know you're up against someone who doesn't understand prices, if they don't understand prices, they're a Socialist.

    "If Socialists understood economics they wouldn't be Socialist."
    ~ F. A. Hayek.

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  2. I have a serious question regarding your individualism vs collectivism view of the political spectrum. How would I classify individualist anarchists like Tucker and Spooner who very much so focused on the individual but were both nonetheless socialists (Spooner was even in the First International)?

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  3. You talk like socialism is a bad thing? When if you look at it objectively its a far more benevolent ideology than capitalism.

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  4. Video for anyone who understands that this guy is a complete moron

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEAHi_sF1UE

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  5. Johah Goldberg's Liberal Fascism points out, very succinctly, all the ways in which the Nazis were socialists in the chapter on Hitler. It also points out how many communists in German switch allegiances when they decided they wanted socialism and also to remain proudly German and pro-nationalist, rather than anti-nationalist. Hell, even nationalism was arguably left-wing from the very beginning, starting with the French Revolution because it paved they way for democracy in Europe and the end of feudalism. And of course, if the Nazis were really right-wing, then so were the Soviets who were arguably much worse and did pretty much the exact same thing.

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  6. No the nazi party was a fascist party. There is a huge difference. Similar to how china is called "peoples republic of China", yet it is a communist country. The name of the National Socialist party is misleading. That party completely rejected socialism for a government based on national and racial dominance. –My uncle

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  7. These are the top 10 reasons North Korea is capitalist:
    10. The colour purple 9. Posters exist 6. Points 8 and 7 don't exist 5. Kim Jong Un is fat 6. Michael Jordan is from America 4. They have nuclear weapons 1. The Korean officials wear neck ties.

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  8. All these cringe compilation videos on the internet and none of them feature Scottym. Seriously, someone get to that.

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  9. lol, this is the worst "facts" video i have ever come across, with such gaping and flawed reasoning that it kind of boggles the mind as to whether or Scotty M is making it all up as he goes along to see if he can fool the dim-witted on purpose to push his agenda. i actually doubt that though. to me it just seems to me as if Scotty M's reasoning skills and critical thinking are as slow as his speech.

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  10. "Hitler believed in moving peacefully in moving from individualism to collectivism." Yes, the brownshirts were such peaceful blokes, the way they beat their opposition (including socialists and communists) to death in the streets. Oh, and the Night of the Long Knives, what a lovely night that was. Hey, let's not forget all that genocide Hitler was quite fond of. So peaceful.

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  11. I like how in your confederate flag video you said the color red represents Christianity, but here it can only mean socialism. Yeah, sure.

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  12. Some of the dumbest shit I've ever seen 😀

    Thx for making a fool of yourself for my entertainment <3

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  13. The Nazi's (Fascists) and the Marxist hated each other there is no doubt about
    that. They're very generally two different types of socialism.
    Yellow socialism (an evolution of Marxism.) and Marxism.

    The first to split away from Marxist theory and to form this new version of socialism was Bruno Bauer whom worked for Marx and Engels.

    Marx and Engels used to debate that these groups the most notable were
    the arguments of the "Jewish Question" which was really a debate if religion
    fits into a socialist system. This is the biggest weakness of both beliefs. What to do with those that doesn't fit in to their utopia.

    The two groups debated for decades until they tried to unite as one party in
    November 28, 1925 Berlin and failed. It's in the New York times
    article called "HITLERITE'RIOT IN BERLIN. – Beer Glasses Fly When
    Speaker Compares Hitler and Lenin"

    There differences are not really all that big. One the state owns the
    corporations (property) and the other corporations (property) is owned by the citizens then controlled by the state. Fascism had a complete control of how a business can operate. From how many unites and the cost per unite they can sell it for to how many employees they can have. During the war there were a few exceptions to keep the war machine in operation.

    I view them similar to Shia vs Sunni. They come from the same source
    but they hate each other.

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  14. Scotty, you do realise that there are leaked tweets of you saing that Nazi Germany was a capitalist miracle, right?

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  15. Oh, and by the way, nationalising(centralising the economy under state control) does not equal colectivisong(bringing the economy under direct worker control, NOT under state control) the economy. And since actual philosophers defined socialism as colectivism(even Lenin said that nationalising the economy was part of a transitionary faze between capitalism and socialism), i think it's safe to say that colectivism and not state centralism is the correct definition of socialism.

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  16. Remember people, Governments are incapable of lying about their de facto system in their names. Since North Korea's name is "The People's Democratic Republic of Korea", they really are a Democratic Republic that works for the will of the people!

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  17. so just because the nazis had red in there flag that means there communist so france denmark switerland and the usa and the uk germany japan and italy and many other countrys are now socialist yeah ok sure

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  18. and yes i can tell the differnts between a poster with a kid wearing a nazi uniform and a poster with a red painted blockish figured man smashing a hammer on a desk

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  19. swastica dont know how to spell it but it befor the nazis used it was a syimbol for luck and postperty even the chanies used it hunderds of years ago and the hammer and skicel are not only for communists there the sybel for farmmers and workers did you even ty resurching half of this

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  20. Propagandas posters

    Mate you look like you racked up half a dozen valium, are you even conscious here?

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  21. I'm no communist, I'll tell you that right now
    I believe a man should own his own house and car and cow
    I like this private ownership, I wanna be left alone
    Let the government run its business, AND LET ME RUN MY OWN!

    What a great intro.

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  22. Shittiest video on the internet. But it's cute that people with an extra copy of chromosome 21 can post videos on youtube.

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  23. Okay, it's time to leave a proper comment here since I get bombarded with these same comments over and over; this video is vague at best and therefore I tried to keep it short as possible. The comment about how the Nazi's marched under red banners and flags wasn't necessarily and solely to do with the fact the flags were red, although historically if you search up the meaning of the red flag you will see it relates to Socialism, but the reason I said as such is because "they marched under red flags and banners on MAY DAY!" Isn't it truly fantastic how that little fact goes flying right over people's heads?

    If that information wasn't enough for you about May Day, perhaps these words from the Socialist Review will help you better understand, first the quote by the Socialist Review on May Day:

    "Recent years have seen growing protests on 1 May, and the anti-capitalist movement in many countries has made the day its own." ~ Socialist Review

    Well, well, well, what do you know? Socialists telling you that Socialists made May Day a day of their own and has been the case ever since the 19th Century despite May Day having been around for centuries, isn't that a pleasant surprise? Well, no, not really, it's why the Nazi's had done so.

    Capitalism is about the market itself being free from government, in other words the free market. This means Capitalism is about interest rates being determined by the laws of supply and demand, ratio of money being determined by the market and most importantly it means free market money, that means money determined by the market. Where does all of this fit into Nazi Germany? Ah yes, it doesn't because Nazi Germany was as anti-Capitalist as one could possibly get.

    But that's alright, we'll ignore the fact Socialism is defined by Centralisation and that the Nazi's strongly Centralised their political system and economy, because you know what? We'll pull off an oxymoron by trying to rename a word that means Centralisation to mean decentralisation, that's the key to mental gymnastics.

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  24. interesting that Scotty received a torrent of personal abuse presumably from socialists in these comments, it seems they are showing yet again they cannot handle thinking outside of their box, and get angry when their relegion is questioned.

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  25. The Nazis hated Communism as much as they hated Capitalism, they had communists rounded up and killed. Almost all posters from that time looked like that, even those in the UK or US.

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  26. funny how that propaganda poster at number 7 is actually dutch https://translate.google.com/?met%20duitschland%20tegen%20het%20kapitalisme#auto/de/met%20duitschland%20tegen%20het%20kapitalisme

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  27. You got an excessive amount of hate for a video that's not too bad. Sure some points were off but hey, it's just the way you see it. A little advice though: if you stop to throw rocks at every dog that barks, you'll never get to your destination. Just ignore the hate comments)))))

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  28. One week to the one year anniversary of this truly awful video and a lazy eyed, lazy brained numpty trying to defend it. Give this man a medal, made of shite.

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  29. Scotty M, were the nazis Hindus? Or were they Jains or Bhuddists…? Their major symbol on the nazi flag was?

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  30. This is a brilliant and a well done and well researched video.

    It is very worrying that todays extremist socialist, cultural marxist and SJW movement has so many aspects similar to the nazis and communist movement.

    Even moderate socialists who genuinely think some aspects of socialism are ok are being demonised by these extremists SJW types

    Socialism has always progressively resulted in Nazism / fascism or communism – and / or poverty and / or famine – and / or mass murder

    Even up to todays socialist economy in Venezuela that Jeremy Corbyn hailed as a success has now turning into fascism – with the military taking over control of the food supply

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  31. hey there. don't worry about your thumbs up/down. 🙂 Smart people know you're right… not to mention of course that there are troll armies & bots populating all comments sections of the internet now, driving home the message that "war is peace, freedom is slavery & socialism isn't Nazism." BTW, I came here when your comments were at 666. lol true story

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  32. And what is laughable Jim & Hugh O'N is the fact 938 people clicked dislike and a lot of them called me 'stupid,' yet they can't see why they are in the wrong. You, Jim & Hugh at least had the decency to concede to the fact that the word socialism is synonymous to the word collectivism, you don't have any idea how important that concession is, it means you have conceded to the "FACT" that Nazism and Fascism were nothing other than branches of socialism.

    You cannot define Nazism or Fascism around Individualism because Individualism simply means that the primary element of the economy is the individual "FREE FROM GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION," did you get that? You did, you just choose to allow your emotions to control you and refuse to accept what you just saw and that is the fact that individualism means the freedom of the economy from government interference, meaning a free market economy.

    Nazi Germany was the complete opposite of Individualism and I quote again:

    Just because there is a private sector with private businesses does NOT mean to say that it was true private ownership. Resorting to the argument that there's never been such a thing as true private ownership is not going to save you as both Hong Kong and Sweden thrived off the back of having extremely low levels of government regulation, therefore, strongly self-regulating market economies; nor will it save you from the fact that individualism is defined by the primary element of the economy being the individuals of society free from government intervention.

    Therefore, Fascism and Nazism can only fall under 1 thing and 1 thing only and that is, 'Collectivism.' it is impossible to label Fascism and Nazism under Individualism and only the completely irrational would do such a thing, it takes a great deal of willful ignorance to achieve such a thing.

    So since you have conceded to the fact by saying this in your own words:

    "I do know what collectivism is and yes it is socialist"

    You have more or less said in your own words that, yes, Hitler was a socialist and that, yes, Nazi Germany was socialist, there's no denying this FACT, it's not something you can argue with, why?

    How could Nazi Germany NOT be socialist?

    • it was a collectivist movement
    • it subordinated the rights of individuals
    • it centralised healthcare
    • it centralised the radio station
    • it centralised newspaper
    • it centralised churches
    • it centralised the automobile industry
    • it used strong government regulation to completely control the means of production via the state

    Anyone who says: "Yeah, it was a collectivist movement, but it wasn't socialist," are irrational.

    You, on the other hand, have stated: "I do know what collectivism is and yes it is socialist." So since you concede to this fact, how was it NOT socialist and how was he NOT a socialist? Of course he was, you are either an INDIVIDUALIST or you are a COLLECTIVIST, which is it going to be?

    What are Fascists, are they individualists? No.
    What are Nazi's, are they individualists? No.

    So what are they then?
    Collectivists, that's who they are.

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  33. In other words, Jim & Hugh O'N, those people who clicked dislike can convince themselves as much as they freely wish that they've achieved something, but the truth is, history contradicts them, hell, even the dictionary contradicts them, the real world contradicts them. It's this false idea that because the majority said so, that must make it right, oh really? So I guess the majority were right then about the national minimum wage which has failed for the past 70+ years then where it has never worked? Point proven.

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  34. You leftists are a laughing stock, you laugh and question if this is real, yes, it is real that collectivism is a word synonymous to the word socialism by definition, this has gone beyond an opinion, it's a fact, both are defined by political organisation, political centralisation and the collective ownership or control of the means of production. This is the problem, however, you socialists never could stand facts, you despise facts with a passion and what grinds you even more is the fact that capitalism is an individualist system, in other words, the complete opposite of everything a collectivist system of fascism stands for, this is something you hate with a passion.

    The fact you despise this tells me you need to seek mental help.

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  35. Yes you are correct. Interestingly, but not surprisingly, our Labour Party have tried to re-write history and have played about with definitions to try to convince people otherwise.

    Corbyn and his mates despise capitalism and we see that reflected within the antisemitism that we see within his party. They have used 'constructive ambiguity' on BREXIT to mislead voters, are opposed to the recent changes at poling stations to identify people and have become a very dangerous undemocratic party. They, and other partys of their ilk, are a parties of illusion.

    It cannot be denied that they align very closely with the Hitler's NAZI Party.

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  36. You completely ignore the fact that the means of production were in private hands in Nazi germany

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  37. The reason why I sit back and laugh at people like you, Zach Rowe, is simply that you are challengingly inept, you have little to no understanding of the English language.

    Ideologies and systems can only fall under one of the two; Individualism or Collectivism. The word Collectivism is clear by definition of its meaning, the hilarious part is, the definition of a collectivist, defines socialism, here is the following definition of collectivist:

    "a political or economic theory advocating collective control especially over production and distribution; also : a system marked by such control"

    If you try to deny that being the same definition of socialism, then yes, you are willfully ignorant because collective control or ownership over the means of production is socialism. Both are defined by the political organisation and centralisation of the economy. So why does this prove that people such as yourself have a severe lack of intelligence?

    1. because the word socialism is synonymous to the word collectivism, I even provided the evidence of that in this video for crying out loud, it couldn't have been clearer.

    2. because Nazi Germany was one of the BIGGEST collectivist movements on the face of the planet earth, the Nazi Government not only politically centralised the entire system having such control over newspaper, radio, having nationalised education, healthcare, churches and the automobile industry, it even went as far as to use strong government regulation to completely control the means of production collectively. Cite back to the definition of socialism with collective control over the means of production.

    3. If you deny Nazi Germany being a collectivist movement, you are basically saying that Nazi Germany was an individualist movement and what does individualism mean by definition? It simply means the following: "A social theory favouring freedom of action for individuals over collective or state control." Therefore, if you try to pass Nazi Germany off as having been individualist, not only does that prove you're completely irrational, it proves you're mentally insane!

    You are cornered, like all those who clicked the dislike button, you're ALL cornered because you CANNOT deny the FACT that not only was Hitler a collectivist, Nazi Germany was COLLECTIVIST and since you cannot deny this, you're being forced into concession that he was a socialist and so was Nazi Germany, why? Because Collectivism AGAIN by definition could NOT be clearer:

    "a political or economic theory advocating collective control especially over production and distribution; also : a system marked by such control"

    Yes! Collectivism is SYNONYMOUS to the word socialism, sitting there saying it's collectivist but not socialist is the definition of insanity!

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  38. If Hitler was a socialist who was just "getting rid of the competition", why did he engineer the assassination of more socialist elements (including his influential best friend Ernst Roehm) INSIDE the Nazi Party during the Night of the Long Knives? If he was a socialist, why didn't he simply join with them and kill all the fascists? And why didn't he, as a "socialist", once he had got rid of all his "competition", implement socialist policies and programs? Why did he, instead, implement policies that served industrialists rather than workers?

    This idea that Hitler was a socialist is complete nonsense. The Nazi doctrine did have some similarities with other dictatorial regimes such as the USSR, but only inasmuch as they shared the goal of getting the means of production into state hands. State capitalism (state ownership of the means of production) is not the same as socialism (worker ownership of the means of production) – and that's precisely why the USSR and China were never socialist.

    My advice: stay off the drugs.

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  39. Why don't people realise this is an obvious parody??? Look at his manner ,He's pretending to be a dull-witted moron. No ones this thick.

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  40. "We declare war against Socialism, not because it is Socialism, but because it has opposed Nationalism… We intend to be an active minority, attract the proletariat away from the official Socialist Party. But if the middle class thinks that we are going to be their lightning rods, they are mistaken." – Benito Mussolini.

    Suddenly, the fact that the German brand of Fascism was called 'National Socialism' doesn't seem quite so much of a coincidence…

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  41. I have red, socialist pants

    The pants distribute the significant weight of my massive genitalia evenly amongst all the fibres

    My pants are socialist not only because they are red but because they bear a passing resemblance to pants worn by a guy in Moscow

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  42. 0:34 so is the "Democratic People's Republic of Korea" (North Korea) a democracy because it has the word 'Democratic' in it's name?

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  43. 0:44 the Nazis had red in their flag because that was one of the three traditional colors (the other two being black and white, which are also in the flag) of the German empire, which Hitler saw he was bringing back.

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  44. 0:56 many posters internationally were like that at the time. That has NOTHING to do with Nazis being leftist or rightist.

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  45. 1:08 That poster clearly isn't German because Germany in German language is spelled 'Deutschland'

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