This is an article by some Australia First people commenting on a post by the Australian Nationalist Alternative. To understand the reply by Australia First, please read the article by Nationalist Alternative first (http://natalt.org/2010/02/26/breaking-the-bundesrepublik-the-bnp-populism-and-the-denazification-strategy/).
Now, as a German, my criticism regarding the original article and the reply is that the neither of them actually quantify what the so-called ‘Nazis’ in today’s modern German nationalists movements are.
It is rather easy, and lets be honest a desired effect by the system, to label a group or people with a word that is designed to evoke fear and hatred within the general political uneducated population. However, for people and groups that claim to be politically on the nationalistic side (what ever that means) and without hesitation use the same language and phrases as the totalitarian Antifa and the liberal democratic media, one has to wonder where they are coming from.
The words ‘Nazi’, Racist’, ect are just ….. words. Their intentions is, by the system, to label people and groups as undesirables, white trash, etc. and generally stop the ‘democratic’ community listening what ‘these undesirables’ have to say, kind of a ‘liberal democratic apartheid’.
I really don’t want to comment too much on both articles. I don’t believe that the suggestions and methods proposed by the article posted by the Nationalist Alternative are a solution to the problem that exists in the so called ‘nationalistic’ parties in Europe. Let’s be honest, most political nationalistic parties are only interested in political power and will bend whatever way it takes so they will get elected. Just look at the BNP in England, and what have they achieved since they are in the EU parliament?
You might knock the NPD as much as they want, but they are one of the longest surviving nationalistic parties in Europe. And if they have ‘Nazis’ in their midst, so who really cares? ‘Nazis’ are human beings too and part of our society; they have their believes, they work, pay taxes and drink tea. Some of them are even vegetarians and do not like German folk music.
As long as political groups and parties exclude people, because of whatever they are labeled to be, from the political processes of a society, the system nothing but a totalitarian entity – whatever they call themselves. As long as labels are more important in today’s political environment then discussing political and social issues without any prejudice, we are failed to go down the path that the system sets for us.
And if one thinks that today’s western liberal democracy is a fair and honest form of government, that is like claiming the catholic church a revolutionary anti-dogmatic society. But then some people are feeling rather warm and cozy in a dogmatic nightmare of self destruction……