A cock eating son of a cunt who thinks that he can treat already suffering AP kids like shit because he gets to sit in the big cheese office and make his fascist salary off of torturing innocents.
Chris: *comes out crying* That fucking Nazi caught me traveling from AP Algebra to AP History and didn't like the pace of my footsteps so he called me in to give me a lecture of how I am a delinquent and will never amount to anything in society.
Ace: *hugs Chris* it's ok...shhh...it's ok....I'll hide you under the floorboards from that filthy fascist.
Refers to members of the National Socialist party, or anything to do with the National Socialist party.
They managed to get elected into power through tricking the German public into believing that Jews were the cause of all the problems incurred after WWI and through the 'removal' of anyone who stood in their way.
People may call Nazis gay- that is completely incorrect. They were homophobic, racist, facist order who believed that that the Earth was for a single perfect race- the Ayrians (sp.)- and that anyone who did not belong to this race was sub-human and treated as such. They were christians, and Hitler believed that the Ayrians were the race favoured by God and so they could not fail in their attempts to control the world.
Intellectual: Actually, they believed homosexuality was wrong and you could be killed if it were proven that you were gay.
Ignoramus: Oh who cares they were all fucking jews!
Intellectual: Funny you should say that, because that's where you're wrong again...
While Nazism incorporated elements from both left and right-wing politics, the Nazis formed most of their alliances on the right. The Nazis were one of several historical groups that used the term National Socialism to describe themselves, and in the 1920s they became the largest such group.
Among the key elements of Nazism were anti-parliamentarism, Pan-Germanism (a political movement aiming for unity of the German-speaking peoples of Europe), racism, collectivism (any moral, political, or social outlook, that stresses human interdependence and the importance of a collective, rather than the importance of separate individuals), antisemitism (intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people), anti-communism, totalitarianism and opposition to economic liberalism and political liberalism, and eugenics (scientific field involving the selective breeding of humans in order to achieve desirable traits in future generations).
Nazi eugenics were Nazi Germany's racially-based social policies that placed the improvement of the race through eugenics at the center of their concerns and targeted those humans they identified as "life unworthy of life" (Lebensunwertes Leben), including but not limited to the criminal, degenerate, dissident, feeble-minded, homosexual, idle, insane, religious, and weak, for elimination from the chain of heredity. More than 400,000 people were sterilized against their will. Adolf Hitler (Führer and Chancellor of Germany unitl 1945) believed the nation had become weak, corrupted by the infusion of degenerate elements into its bloodstream which had to be removed as quickly as possible. He also believed that the strong and the racially pure had to be encouraged to have more children, and the weak and the racially impure had to be neutralized by one means or another.
The NSDAP (Nazi Party) assumed power in 1933 in the aftermath and decline of the Weimar Republic. In response to the instability created by the Great Depression, the Nazis sought a Third Way managed economy that was neither capitalism nor communism. Nazi rule effectively ended on May 7, 1945, V-E Day (Victory in Europe Day), when the Nazis unconditionally surrendered to the Allied Powers, who took over Germany's administration until Germany could form its own democratic government.
The swastika has come to represent the Nazis because of it's use on the Nazi flag. The Nazi flag, created by Hitler, has a red background, and a white circle with a black right-facing swastika in the middle. But the swastika predates the Nazis. The earliest consistent use of swastika motifs on record date back to the Stone Age. The swastika has been used as a religious symbol in many different religions. The word swastika comes from a Sanskrit word (svastika) meaning any lucky or auspicious object, and in particular a mark made on persons and things to denote good luck. Although, because of it's association with the Nazis, public showing of the swastika and other Nazi symbols, in Germany, is illegal, except for scholarly or religious reasons.
Not Quite So Ignorant Person: No, he's not a Nazi, he's just a racist prick. Read a book or two and you might learn something, you degenerate loser.