Understanding National Socialism
Translation by High Priestess Myla Limlalhttp://web.archive.org/web/1/http://webzoom.freewebs.com/spiritualwarfare666/Understanding_NS.pdf
4. Is National Socialism Fascist?
There is much misinformation when it comes to Fascism, and because of this is that most people who talk about it have no idea about what it is really about. The term is often used to define the European nationalist movements and anticommunist character - especially the first half of the twentieth century.
In fact, the term “fascism” seems to have no single explanation, since people use it for what they understand, as well for nationalist movements or to any political side which is opposite - pejoratively.
National Socialism is almost always related to the fascist movement of the 1920s and also by many regarded as a “fascist ideology”. It is often said that the NS is a branch of the movement of Mussolini, or that somehow had been influenced by this, or even a racial Fascism with applied principles. All are false claims of defamation and speculation.
Is National Socialism originated from Fascism?
Both the Fascist Party and the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP) began in the year 1919. Thus, the two movements have emerged around the same time, with no contact between them. The reason there are certain similarities simply because they were born in a fertile historical context for nationalist and anti-communist groups.
While National Socialism arose from the formation of a Worldview, Fascism emerged as an anti-ideological movement, which was only based on the post-Marxist unionism. Fascism appeared as a system of circumstance, a reaction to communist and anarchist advance in Italy. Fascism did not have a specific doctrine as National Socialism, just a plan in relation to counterrevolutionary movements of the Red. In Mussolini’s manifesto there was no point or any trace of doctrinal or spiritual inspiration, just plain political demands such as women's suffrage, reorganization of the transportation sector, reducing the retirement age, abolition of the Senate, etc... Almost no revolutionary measures compared to those of the National Socialist movement.
In 1922, during the March on Rome, where thousands of Black Shirts put Mussolini in power occurred. On November 9, 1923, the National Socialists try the same thing in Munich, and failed, resulting in mass arrests, including Adolf Hitler himself. It was this, if in any way, National Socialism was inspired by Fascism. National Socialism was the idea of a coup and the formation of paramilitary groups like the Black Shirts and SA.
In 1920, Adolf Hitler and Gottfried Feder had formulated the 25 points of the NSDAP and in 1925, the book Mein Kampf was published in Germany, while Mussolini had nothing but a nationalist and anticommunist discourse. The achievements of the Fascist Party were merely political and administrative, lacking a doctrine or as a complete worldview National Socialism.
Then, in 1932, the term “fascism” appears on the Italian Encyclopedia in a space of 37 pages full of photos and graphics. This was the only attempt by Mussolini - Ten years after coming to power - to include a doctrinal and philosophical aspect in his movement. Although the text is signed by the Duce, it is known that it was written almost entirely by Giovanni Gentile. This same text is then published in book form in 1935 - ten years after the release of Mein Kampf.
Although Hitler and Mussolini cultivated a friendship for years, no one was carried away by their opinions, which were almost exclusively political and economic. They had advocated a vision of a completely new world. If Adolf Hitler admired the Duce it was for having led Italy as the first European country to contain communism, never for their ideas.
If the fascist movement inspired Hitler and National Socialism it was only at the practical level: the idea of the coup - later abandoned by Hitler - and the creation of SA. However, it is much more likely to National Socialist Worldview had inspired the Fascist attempt at creating a doctrine.
Some measures and Ideas of a Corporative Fascist State
The Fascist philosophy never had any racial character before contact with National Socialism. In fact, the 1st current anti-Zionist Fascists does not appear until 1938 - five years after the arrival to power of Hitler and Mussolini. The most surprising is that there was a reasonable amount of Jews in Fascist movement and often occupying important positions, and even after 1938, very few of these Jews lost their positions in the “Italian” state.
The Fascist State declared that foreign Jews over 65 years of age, and before 1938 contracted marriage with Italians - the same miscegenation that the National Socialists were trying to PREVENT with the Nuremberg Laws - were now considered Italian.
The Jews do not assimilate; they infiltrate a state from within and become parasitic. The Jews can never be regarded as European. Just merely political vision and state of Fascism and other current “democracies” may accept Zionists in their homeland and still call them national!
Is it possible to be Fascist and National Socialist at once?
Almost no one knows the similarities between Fascism and National Socialism, but their differences are much more crucial.
“The state is a means to an end. Its purpose is the conservation and progress of a society from the point of physical and spiritual sight.”
“The human right overrides state law.”
By National Socialism, the state is a means of preserving the breed, to improve the human being as an organic instrument created by man for man. The State in the National Socialist conception exists only as the people accept it as it exists for them.
Only races create culture, values and civilization. The state preserves and cooperates only in its progress. The state is the political and administrative implementation of a series of values developed naturally over time by the people itself.
“Nothing outside the State, nothing against the State, all for the state”
For Fascism, the State is all. The State formulates and implements the life of man. Individual needs are suppressed, while the purpose is ALWAYS the state. The state does not exist for man, but the man for the state. The state produces; the state creates the nation and people.
Fascism never believed in a natural and organic community, had no consideration of the blood, or even the people, it was just a model of state policy in a geographical area bounded by maps.
Fascism does not differ much from the current “democracies” that are merely as political states without preserving race and culture with no great moral or value. As European governments now accept immigrants and not Aryans, the Fascist State also accepted them and still regarded them as legitimate.
The Fascist conception of the State is, in principle, purely political and administrative. It is thus, totally unnatural and therefore anti-national Socialist. The Fascist worldview is in perpetual conflict with ours, so there would never be a state that was both Fascist and National Socialist.
Several of those who proclaim themselves National Socialists also consider themselves Fascists - usually because they are of Italian origin - but this is just a demonstration of ignorance and no study on what Fascism really is.
It is absolutely impossible to be Fascist and National Socialist at the same time because they are radically opposed ideologies and doctrines at crucial points. National Socialism presents a worldview grounded in the Natural Laws and moved by noble ideals where conservation and progress of the people is the purpose of life, and through the state, this purpose is achieved. As for Fascism the people are nothing, the state is everything and people are only subjects.
We have nothing to do with the fascist “doctrine”. A National Socialist is just a National Socialist.