domingo, setembro 10, 2017

Hitler Socialista

O cara cria um partido, chama ele de socialista, assume o controle dos meios de produção, para depois vir um mongolão que estuda sociologia e mora com os pais falar que ele é direitista. Isso que dá essa nova universidade feita de muita certezas e pouco estudo. Vamos ver o que o bigodudo falava:

"We are socialists, we are enemies of today's capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are determined to destroy this system under all conditions."

Adolf Hitler as quoted in Adolf Hitler: The Definitive Biography, John Toland, New York: NY, Anchor Books, 1992, p. 224. Hitler spoke to a crowd of 5000 at the Clou restaurant center on May 1, 1927. He paraphrased Gregor Strasser’s one-page Nazi talking points memo from June 15, 1926.

"After all, that’s exactly why we call ourselves National Socialists! We want to start by implementing socialism in our nation among our Volk! It is not until the individual nations are socialist that they can address themselves to international socialism."
Adolf Hitler according to Otto Wagener in Hitler Memoirs of a Confidant, editor, Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., Yale University Press (1985) p. 288

"This German Volksgemeinschaft is truly practical socialism and therefore National Socialism in the best sense of the word. Here everyone is obligated to carry his load."
Adolf Hitler, as quoted in Stagnation and Renewal in Social Policy: The Rise and Fall of Policy Regimes, editors: Martin Rein, Gøsta Esping-Andersen, and Lee Rainwater (1987) p. 63.

"The common good before the individual good. (Gemeinnutz geht vor Eigennutz)"
The Nazi 25-point Program, Adolf Hitler proclaimed his party's program on February 24, 1920 in Munich, Germany. Nazi Ideology Before 1933: A Documentation, Barbara Miller Lane, ‎Leila J. Rupp, introduction and translation, Manchester University Press (1978) p. 43.

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