What does socialism mean to you?
The Nazi Party was the socialist political party in Germany between 1919 and 1945.
The term “Nazi” is derived from the first two syllables of the party’s full name. The socialist party’s full name was “Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei.”
NSDAP, the name often seen on banners in contemporary photos, is the abbreviation for Germany’s Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei party.
Can you name a time or place where socialism has ever provided comfort, prosperity, or peace for its followers?
What might socialism mean for you?
Socialism in any form destroys individuals’ initiative.
People lose their ability to weather life’s normal difficulties. They become lazy, are always prepared to take from their master, and fail to see themselves as failures.
Class war is the natural and easy tool that demagogues use to separate, divide, and cause trouble amongst individuals. A confused, troubled, and divided people becomes distracted and cannot focus upon the cause of its fears: The socialist/communist/fascist leadership.
Individuals cower in fear instead of working together to be productive.