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post #91 of 111
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
I'm surprised you didn't...

You don't sound like the Marxist type...

I like to keep an open mind and read up on both sides of issues
post #92 of 111
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
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How can I say to american people that I am liberal, but not the parody of the word that is used in america to say pinkos, democrats and overall socialists??
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I guess you would say you're a libertarian.
Though, honestly, I think silence is gold here...
post #93 of 111
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Franz Stagl ? Another bloody socialist...
How about "heartless and opportunistic brutal bureaucrat who was responsible for the murder of anywhere between 750,000 - 1,000,000 Jews, Romanis, homosexuals, and disabled"? I mean, let's face it -- they were syncretic when they included "socialists" in their description, but in reality they were pretty much a right wing party.
post #94 of 111
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Originally Posted by Redwoood View Post
I guess you would say you're a libertarian.
Though, honestly, I think silence is gold here...

Libertarian?

It sounds hipster and pinko... There is not any proper word? I am follower of the liberal of the 1700s Juan de Mariana as well.
post #95 of 111
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How about "heartless and opportunistic brutal bureaucrat who was responsible for the murder of anywhere between 750,000 - 1,000,000 Jews, Romanis, homosexuals, and disabled"? I mean, let's face it -- they were syncretic when they included "socialists" in their description, but in reality they were pretty much a right wing party.
If youre interested in nazy crap read Leon Degrelle's. You didn't know him ( As I guessed ) I do...
post #96 of 111
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
If youre interested in nazy crap read Leon Degrelle's.

You didn't know him ( As I guessed )

I do...

Belgium fascist...

Doriot was also interesting...
post #97 of 111
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
If youre interested in nazy crap read Leon Degrelle's. You didn't know him ( As I guessed ) I do...
I'm quite familiar with Degrelle - if anything, the man was a right-winger and a corporatist. Aren't those the ideals you support, Spalla? Although he did have great taste in clothes. While we're on the topic, the Duke of Windsor was known to support eugenics, and had good relations with Herr Führer.
post #98 of 111
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I'm quite familiar with Degrelle - if anything, the man was a right-winger and a corporatist. Aren't those the ideals you support, Spalla? Although he did have great taste in clothes. While we're on the topic, the Duke of Windsor was known to support eugenics, and had good relations with Herr Führer.
You are very wrong about me, I HATE corporativism. In fact my credo is, the society should gives you in the same proportion as you do contribute to it. So 0 for socialist 100 for owners. I don't believe in anything free or public, as that great american priest says, for having something free, someone has to have worked for it and being stolen from the gobernment. Leon has one of my favorite books, that is not politic and was a bit inspired in my best book San Escrivá de Balaguer " Camino" It's called Almas Ardientes ( sorry I don't know the original name) I don't like his others books as memories of a fascist and all the holocaust denier crap. RON PAUL RULES! Obama sucks
post #99 of 111
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
If youre interested in nazy crap read Leon Degrelle's.

You didn't know him ( As I guessed )

I do...

Paul Marion ,Jean Herold Paquis , Doriot ,Deat and Phillippe Henriot are interesting characters too...

Have you heard of the Legion Charlemagne?
post #100 of 111
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
RON PAUL RULES! Obama sucks

You're not even in the US. Why do you care?
post #101 of 111
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Paul Marion ,Jean Herold Paquis , Doriot ,Deat and Phillippe Henriot are interesting characters too... Have you heard of the Legion Charlemagne?
I guess so, as I grew in a part of Spain with a lot of old german refugees that helped Franco to win against the evil socialist. Die Kondor Legion and Division Littorio. I liked them for my pure aryan look so they kinda adopted me on the early 80s when I was a kid. Blas Piñar defended all the same Falange thing that I hate now for socialist commie.
post #102 of 111
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
I guess so, as I grew in a part of Spain with a lot of old german refugees that helped Franco to win against the evil socialist. Die Kondor Legion and Division Littorio.

I liked them for my pure aryan look so they kinda adopted me on the early 80s when I was a kid.

Blas Piñar defended all the same Falange thing that I hate now for socialist commie.

Wrong legion...

Read about them ...

Very interesting stories...
post #103 of 111
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You're not even in the US. Why do you care?

Because he controls Spain.
post #104 of 111
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Wrong legion...

Read about them ...

Very interesting stories...

Why wrong?

The only wrong ones were the Lincoln batallion american socialists sent to Spain against Franco and the " Chekas "

Radical commies that killed people just for the fact of getting marriage by the church as well to kill and rape 80.000 nuns .

Thanks God we win.
post #105 of 111
My friends: can I interest you in some Communitarianism?
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