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    (Original post by swiss_cheese)
    Treaty of Versailles - arguably unfair on Germany, leading to pro-nationalist support
    Fear of Communism - spreading communist parties / figures such as Rosa Luxemberg, etc
    Economic issues in Germany - wall street crash and other incidents leading to nationalist support, independence from the world economy
    Social issues in Germany - living standards became lower as a direct result of the year of crises, leading to nationalist and pro socialist support
    Isolationism in Europe - almost all countries felt that helping their own economies and focusing on their national interest was better, so more far right support in Germany


    I could go on, but you get the idea. The Nazis were right wing for many more reasons other than a 'hate for communism'.
    None of those are inherently right wing. The leftists like thaelmann were equally livid with all of those things. Policies are what makes something right wing.
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    (Original post by TercioOfParma)
    You don't think that's a bit of an overreaction? I mean, a few weeks in prison sure, but burned alive?
    a few weeks? na I think 6 months atleast cos the world is a much better place without these trashy scumbags
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    (Original post by TercioOfParma)
    None of those are inherently right wing. The leftists like thaelmann were equally livid with all of those things. Policies are what makes something right wing.
    I give up, you asked and I delivered, but you keep on fighting. I should've ignored you the moment you said the Nazis were left wing.
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    (Original post by Angry Bird)
    a few weeks? na I think 6 months atleast cos the world is a much better place without these trashy scumbags
    I can agree with that, although we also live in a world where a convicted rapist gets 3 months so god knows what's appropriate.
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    (Original post by swiss_cheese)
    I give up, you asked and I delivered, but you keep on fighting. I should've ignored you the moment you said the Nazis were left wing.
    All you did was list some reasons for anger. Leftists can get equally angry at those sorts of things, including the second one.
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    PrincessZara


    Just add an edit to the OP giving a correction to the title. "Sorry it was actually one guy who did it while the others laughed" etc.

    Otherwise, some people who are a little too pedantic might lose sleep over it.
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    Wtf?
    Why are so many people on this earth so bloody nasty and horrible?
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    (Original post by loveleest)
    Wtf?
    Why are so many people on this earth so bloody nasty and horrible?
    Because of religion
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    Knew that the thread would be hijacked by people trying to excuse and justify this. Watching and cheering him on makes them complicit in the attack, it's NOT rocket science.

    So many hateful people on this forum.
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    (Original post by loveleest)
    Wtf?
    Why are so many people on this earth so bloody nasty and horrible?
    Because some people are nasty and horrible.
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    "Attack" used to mean to physically harm people.
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    (Original post by Marshall Taylor)
    Nice click bait OP, only one did it and the rest cheered - not 20...
    Only one man did the rape, the rest merely cheered him on. Leave the other 19, innocent men alone; guilt by association is a fallacy!
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    (Original post by swiss_cheese)
    Treaty of Versailles - arguably unfair on Germany, leading to pro-nationalist support
    Fear of Communism - spreading communist parties / figures such as Rosa Luxemberg, etc
    Economic issues in Germany - wall street crash and other incidents leading to nationalist support, independence from the world economy
    Social issues in Germany - living standards became lower as a direct result of the year of crises, leading to nationalist and pro socialist support
    Isolationism in Europe - almost all countries felt that helping their own economies and focusing on their national interest was better, so more far right support in Germany


    I could go on, but you get the idea. The Nazis were right wing for many more reasons other than a 'hate for communism'.
    If you honestly can't answer a question, admit it. Don't talk **** and pretend it justifies your opinion:

    Treaty of Versailles - Wasn't passed by Nazis so has no bearing on how right wing or otherwise the Nazis were. Did indeed lead to a rise in nationalist sentiments, but seeing as nationalist sentiment is hardly exclusive to the far right, it's just as pervasive amongst the far left and even more moderate groups, that doesn't really prove anything.

    Fear of Communism - We feared the spread of communism in Britain, as evidenced by the cold war, but we had plenty of Labour administrations over that duration. Fear of communism =/= Far right.

    Economic issues in Germany - Did indeed lead to a rise in nationalist sentiments (though I'd suggest that the occupation of the Ruhr was more responsible for this than the Wall Street Crash) though again, doesn't by any means imply that the Nazis must have been far right. In fact, the Nazi economic policies of the 1930s featured a huge amount of state intervention, most notably through mass infrastructure projects, nationalisation and the curbing of a free market, which are fairly left wing policies. Note especially the similarity to Stalin's desire for state control of the 'commanding heights' of the Soviet economy.

    Social issues in Germany - Again, you seem to be suggesting that because the Nazis rose to power on a wave of nationalist sentiments, they must be far right. As someone previously mentioned, the SNP are an example of a left wing party who very recently have gained power on the back of nationalist sentiments, so your reasoning is flawed. And if we consider actual Nazi social policies, again we see plenty of left wing ideology shining through. The 'Strength through Joy' and 'Beauty of Labour' campaigns were undeniably left wing, and the Nazi policies on healthcare, education, maternity and pensions were also fairly left leaning.

    Isolationism in Europe - The Nazis hardly followed an isolationist foreign policy; they were positively expansionist! And neither isolationist nor expansionist foreign policies are inherently right wing; China and North Korea/Russia respectively refute any such suggestion.

    To suggest that Nazis are right wing or left wing is a gross oversimplification. The original Nazi party espoused views from all over the political spectrum. It was only following the Night of the Long Knives that we begin to see a turn towards the political right, and even then there are still more than a handful of socialist policies. What you should really infer from all this, is that ironically the far left and far right actually share a huge amount of common ground. I would suggest the far right is closer to the far left than the moderate right, and vice versa.
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    (Original post by RichardSkew)
    This is the problem that lead to this attack though. What does the little girl have to do with islamic terrorism? nothing... yet you still brought it up. this is what is breeding hate... you read about a girl getting assaulted and what the first that comes to mind? well muslims do worse!
    Did I not admit that the attack was bad? However, the fact that people on this forum go the "Muh racists are worse than islamists" often, I thought I would point that out before anybody went on about how the right is evil.
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    That's absolutely heartbreaking but I think you need to change the title as it's misleading and besides the point.
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    (Original post by RichardSkew)
    This is the problem that lead to this attack though. What does the little girl have to do with islamic terrorism? nothing... yet you still brought it up. this is what is breeding hate... you read about a girl getting assaulted and what the first that comes to mind? well muslims do worse!
    Considering that he is laughing at jokes about it, it is safe to say that it's because he probably approves.

    It is also inaccurate because a halal butcher's near my mum's was petrol bombed and others (along with mosques) have been in the past. That is a better example of far-right terrorism, along with incidents such as the stabbing of a grandad on his way to the mosque and the shooting of a Sikh temple because the shooter's thought that he was killing Muslims. So no, rubbing poo in a little girl's face is not the extent of right-wing terrorism.
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    (Original post by WBZ144)
    Only one man did the rape, the rest merely cheered him on. Leave the other 19, innocent men alone; guilt by association is a fallacy!
    Do you even know what rape is? Putting fake poop in someone's face isn't rape...
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    (Original post by PrincessZara)
    **** like this makes my blood boil like wtfff.

    20 Right wing men rub fake poo on a four-year-old Muslim, Asian girl’s face outside a pub in a racism attack,
    They were targeted because they were wearing headscarves and Asian clothes.

    http://metro.co.uk/2016/07/19/men-ru...ttack-6015714/
    how was this a "racist" attack? I thought the word agreed on was "islamophobic"?
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    (Original post by TercioOfParma)
    Because some people are nasty and horrible.
    Perfect explanation.
    Thank you.
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    (Original post by Marshall Taylor)
    Do you even know what rape is? Putting fake poop in someone's face isn't rape...
    I wasn't comparing crimes I was making an analogy. In both cases, those who encouraged the crime are complicit.
 
 
 
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