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    • Alex
    • 31.10.10 | 18:52 (IST)

    sounds like a right-wing ideology to you? Nazis were an almost identical twin of the vile Communists in the USSR (and later China). BOTH had total state control of the population, both were racist to the core, both slaughtered and displaced minorities and specific groups of people within their borders, BOTH are responsible for well over 100 million lives lost. Both are LEFT-WING ideologies! So much so, that in Soviet Russia, the term NAZI was thoroughly censored by the Bolsheviks, and the Germans were EXCLUSIVELY referred to as "fascists". So feared the Bolshevik government of letting its people realize that Naziism is its identical twin. Sorry, Mark, you better own up to your fellow leftists, the Nazis. And by the way, the quote you attribute to Hitler was actually spoken by his propaganda minister, Goebbels. And you leftists have clearly been excellent students of Goebbels, repeating your BIG LIES over and over again, including in this Bolshevik publication.

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    First published 02:43 29.10.10 | Last updated 02:43 29.10.10
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