Monday, October 29, 2007

For all those "Beyond Left and Right" people

Who think that they can avoid the label of 'fascist' because they add one or two socialist elements to their fascism. It's interesting the things you find out by reading books like "Hitler's Table Talk", which is a series of transcripts from evening talk between Hitler and his inner circle taken by Martin Borman's secretary. In one of the talks near the beginning he comments on people who thought that the Nazi-Soviet pact had some sort of ideological basis or signaled a difference in attitude towards the Soviet system, saying that they're worthless and deluded and that he actually prefers pure Communists who oppose him as dissidents to people who are Nazis who also like the Soviet system.

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