OK Boomers, we need to talk. We need to set some stuff straight. I will just start off by saying ANTIFA ARE NOT NAZIS SO STOP COMPARING THEM TO NAZIS!!!!
Just because they are scary doesn’t make them Nazis. You can’t fight your enemy if you do not know who you are fighting. Let’s go over who is what and why.
Antifa are Marxist, Communist, Bolsheviks and are for a nationless world and are left wing and largely Jewish. They existed in early 1900 Germany to try to spread Communism across Europe. During WWI the Communist would stage strikes and protest harming Germany’s war effort. After WWI they tried to take power in Germany via revolution but the former German Army Soldiers formed paramilitary groups to squash them. Also, as Hitler rose to power the NSDAP and the SA also fought the Communist in Germany. Once Hitler took power, he irradiated the Communist threat from within Germany.
Nazis, or Better know as the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP), are Nationalist, are right wing and are the antithesis of Antifa. Don’t get confused with the word “Socialist” in NSDAP, it’s not the same as Marxism in any way. The word “Socialist” in National Socialist is more of the nation taking care of each other and your countrymen come before your needs. You could own a business, you could get rich, you could own a gun etc. We are more “Socialist” in America today then they were back in 1930’s Germany.
To Quote Richard Tedor from his Book Hitler’s Revolution – Ideology – Social Programs – Foreign Affairs.
“There is considerable difference in the socialism of Hitler and that of
Marxist doctrine. Die SA explained that the objective of a socialist state is
“not the greatest possible good fortune of the individual or a particular
party, but the welfare of the whole community.”
Marx’s purely economic socialism “stands against private property… and private ownership.”
Marx saw socialism as international, unifying the world’s working class
people who were social pariahs in their own country. He therefore
considered nationalism, advocating the interests and independence of
one’s own nation, incompatible with socialist ideals. Die SA argued that
since socialism really stands for collective welfare, “Marxist socialism
divides the people and in this way buries any prerequisite for achieving
genuine socialist goals.”
Hitler saw nationalism as a patriotic motive to place the good of one’s
country before personal ambition. Socialism was a political, social and
economic system that demanded the same subordination of self-interest
for the benefit of the community. As Hitler said in 1927, “Socialism and
nationalism are the great fighters for one’s own kind, are the hardest
fighters in the struggle for survival on this earth. Therefore they are no
longer battle cries against one another.” Die SA summarized, “Marxism
makes the distinction of haves and have-nots. It demands the destruction
of the former in order to bring all property into possession of the public.
National Socialism places the concept of the national community in the
foreground. . . . The collective welfare of a people is not achieved
through superficially equal distribution of all possessions, but by accepting
the principle that before the interests of the individual stand those of the
So, Lets not get these two confused anymore. You have to know who you are fighting here and currently, you are not fighting Nazis. Don’t fall into the trap of calling someone who you don’t like a Nazi to “Own the libs” or turn the name calling back around on to the leftist, it won’t work. It won’t work because they know you are wrong.