Towards A Good Samaritan World

Monday, November 22, 2004

Belmont Club answers the Bush-as-Hitler canard by revisiting the radical and anti-traditional features of the Nazi movement: an embrace of extra-marital childbearing and other "alternative family arrangements", disdain for the classics, contempt for Christianity. That the Nazis are called "right-wing" is one of the odd misunderstandings of modern times. The Nazis are another offshoot of the modern age's great world religion, socialism.


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