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You don't know what socialism is

Posted by girlzRprettiest on Sunday, January 03 2021 at 7:46:35PM
In reply to Everybody is a 'Nazi' these days ... except Nazis posted by Baldur on Friday, December 25 2020 at 7:58:06PM

As I explained to your fellow politically uneducated right-winger, Hajduk:
Like most people, you are politically uneducated and do not know what either socialism or communism are. Keep in mind that socialism is an economic system in which the means of production are collectively owned and democratically controlled directly by the people. Communism, on the other hand, refers to societies that are classless, stateless, socialist, and moneyless. While Western media refer to certain troubled countries (like the ones you listed) as "socialist"/"communist," these usages of those terms are misnomers. To be sure, no countries have been either socialist or communist; on the contrary, all have been class states running on a money economy whose means of production are either privately owned, or else controlled by an elite bureaucratic class.

Neither Germany nor any other country has been socialist, notwithstanding the Nazi regime's merely nominal status as such.

Now the ideological descendants of the Nazis accuse everyone else of being Nazis - a classic case of projection.

Who are you referring to, specifically?

So when Reddit banned The_Donald forum, they were actually banning the anti-fascists at the behest of the fascists.

You just never stop with the stupidity and sheer political ignorance, do you? What is next from you, I wonder?

Keep in mind that the term "fascism" is defined in ways such as "political theory advocating an authoritarian hierarchical government (as opposed to democracy or liberalism)," "any ideology, movement, programme, tendency, etc, that may be characterized as right-wing, chauvinist, authoritarian, etc," "oppressive, dictatorial control," "any right-wing nationalist ideology or movement with an authoritarian and hierarchical structure that is fundamentally opposed to democracy and liberalism." As supporters of the antidemocratic, authoritarian, aspiring dictator Donald Trump, r/The_Donald was blatantly fascistic.

I know that, with your subjective idealist tendencies, you have the knack for just making shit up and claiming it as the truth, but you need to accept that words have actual, objective meanings.

The original Nazis hated pedophiles and sent them to the camps. It shouldn't be surprising that Reddit would ban both pedophiles and those who oppose fascism.

Ignoring the ludicrous claim that r/The_Donald was antifascist, the imaginary connections you have drawn here are just that: Baseless. The fact of the matter is that, as I explicate in this article, the pedophilia stigma has its historical origins in English feudalism and since then has manifested in a variety of iterations. Antipedophilia, which is characteristically sex-negative, is and always has been fundamentally right-wing. Rather than it originating in the Nazis, this regime simply borrowed it from tradition, just like the other arbitrary norms it violently enforced (and which, incidentally, Reddit's progressive elements disapprove of).

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