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    DrEvil
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    DrEvil

    Leftist dictators have always loved gun control, and yes, Hitler was a leftist.

    Have an Evil day

    Lemurian
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    I surprised there wasn’t more of a shitstorm over you pointing that out. What has M[C]S come too?

    Tyger42
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    No, Hitler was right wing. There was a major difference between the party’s claims and the actual practiced policies. The name of the party is a shortening of “national socialism”, but it in reality had little to do with real socialism. Hitler claimed neither left nor right wing. The majority of scholars, however, agree that, in practice, the party was far to the right. It was founded out of elements of the far-right racist völkisch German nationalist movement. Nazism is also a form of Fascism, which is far to the right of the political spectrum ( And why Nazi Germany… Read more »

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    DrEvil

    The Nazis controlled the means of production through regulation; they were anti-individual and anti-capitlism. Individual rights ceased to exist as only the rights of the society and the State were valued and considered. Nazis were typical socialists regardless of how you some leftist writing for Wikipedia or anyone else tries to spin it. Stalin labeled the Nazis as right-wing as a slur because the communists and fascists (Nazis) were competing over supporters from the extreme left of the ideological spectrum. Leftists continue to buy Stalin’s propaganda because it allows them to blame the Nazis on the right when in actuality… Read more »

    outlanderssc
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    Except that Hitler didn’t increase gun regulation, he relaxed it. The previous German laws restricted ownership of firearms to “…persons whose trustworthiness is not in question and who can show a need for a (gun) permit.” The person issuing the permit had to swear he had personal knowledge of the applicant, so few permits were issued. The 1938 German Weapons Act completely deregulated the acquisition and transfer of rifles and shotguns, as well as ammunition. Gun restriction laws now applied only to handguns, not to long guns or ammunition. Holders of annual hunting permits, government workers and NSDAP (Nazi) party… Read more »

    DrEvil
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    DrEvil

    So what you’re saying is that the Nazi State loosened gun laws for its supporters and denied gun ownership for it’s “foreigners.” In other words, gun control.

    nwks
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    fucking communists. I’ll keep my guns thank you

    Tyger42
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    You realize that communism is a fiscal policy, right?