10 May, 2017

Germany: How Far is Far-Right?

Posted by Socrates in alt-Sleight, far-right, far-right politics, Germany, politics, Socrates at 2:37 pm | Permanent Link

To paraphrase Bill Clinton, it all depends on what your definition of “far” is. In this case, “far” is a very short distance, a millimeter, maybe. [Article].

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  7. 2 Responses to “Germany: How Far is Far-Right?”

    1. fd Says:

      Right Wing, Left Wing, Liberal, Conservative, Alternative, whatever. Had Mr. H. based what he called the New Reich on any of the aforementioned sterile ideologies, his party would be nothing more than a footnote in history. The New Reich was based on the eternal laws of nature which no art can overturn.

    2. Bessie May Mucho Says:

      You can’t be a fag AND a nationalist?
      Don’t tell that to Ernst Rohm or Frederick The Great.

      In Europe anything that isn’t Communist or close to it, is “far-right”.

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