There is no such thing as a Nazi. There never was.

The word “Nazi” is a political epithet invented by German Jew Konrad Heiden in the 1920s to denigrate the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, abbreviated as NSDAP) and National Socialism (NAtionalsoZIalismus). It was chosen for its negative sound and as a political pun due to its similarity to an Austro-Bavarian word for “simpleton.” The word was used almost exclusively by NSDAP opponents.

The NSDAP briefly adopted the word “Nazi” in an attempt to give it a positive spin, but quickly abandoned and avoided it thereafter. Thus, the term doesn’t accurately describe the NSDAP, nor is it what they actually called themselves. It is a fiction intended to create a negative perception of the NSDAP. The intention behind it is to send the message that Adolf Hitler and National Socialism did nothing good or positive.

If you want to understand what led to the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich, you need to study WWI, especially the impact the 1919 Treaty of Versailles had on Germany. Without straying too far from the focus of this discussion, let it suffice to say that the Treaty of Versailles created the conditions that led to the rise of National Socialism in Germany. In hindsight, it almost appears as if this was intentional.

What you will never learn in school or Jewish Hollywood propaganda films like Schindler’s List are the positive achievements of Adolf Hitler, which include:

  • Freeing Germany from the parasitical control of (((international financiers)))
  • Creating a thriving economy, eliminating unemployment and inflation
  • Eliminating crime
  • Encouraging respect for women and children
  • Attempting to achieve a classless society
  • Providing affordable homes with gardens

All this and much more, realized in just a few short years, before the outbreak of WWII. We are never told of this astounding transformation of Germany, nor its positive psychological and material impacts on the German people. This achievement made Hitler one of the most popular world leaders at that time and one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century. But this is a story we are not supposed to know. Hitler and the Nazis have become synonymous with hate. Hitler was not motivated by hate, but by an extreme love for country and folk.

…I overcame chaos in Germany, restored order, enormously raised production in all fields of our national economy…I succeeded in completely resettling in useful production those seven million unemployed who so touched our hearts…I have not only politically united the German nation but also rearmed it militarily, and I have further tried to liquidate that Treaty [of Versailles] sheet by sheet whose 448 Articles contain the vilest rape that nations and human beings have ever been expected to submit to. I have restored to the Reich the provinces grabbed from us in 1919; I have led millions of deeply unhappy Germans, who have been snatched away from us, back into the Fatherland; I have restored the thousand year old historical unity of German living space; and I have attempted to accomplish all that without shedding blood and without inflicting the sufferings of war on my people or any other. I have accomplished all this, as one who 21 years ago still an unknown worker and soldier of my people, by my own efforts…

With an accurate understanding of history, it is not difficult to understand why some people today long for a return of Hitler and National Socialism. All people of the world want to be free from crushing debt. We want to live in clean, orderly and safe communities. We want full employment and low inflation. We want to be proud of who we are and work toward a promising future for our children. This is the reason the “Make America Great Again” meme resonates with so many Americans. Who doesn’t want to be part of a great nation? Alas, White people are no longer allowed to be proud of being White, nor are we permitted to promote our own self-interests.

Ultimately, National Socialism failed. Hitler was not infallible, he made mistakes like any normal man. The Third Reich collapsed and Germany was utterly destroyed at the end of WWII. But listening to the liberal left today, you would think there was a Nazi hiding under every woodpile. So why is the term “Nazi” still bandied about?

There has been a concerted effort to equate all White people with Nazis in an attempt to demonize an entire race. Even normies are finally waking up to the anti-White agenda that has been slowly poisoning our minds for at least half a century, if not longer. Today, everything White is “problematic.” Whites who do not check their privilege, admit their guilt and capitulate to the forced migration of non-Whites (a.k.a. multiculturalism) in their homelands are evil racists. We are supposed to believe that Nazis are the ultimate personification of evil. Thus, all White people are guilty for the Holocaust, simply by virtue of their skin color.

The more this message is forced upon Whites, an increasing number of us identify with nationalist rhetoric. As more and more turn to White nationalism as a way to protect Western history, culture and traditions, the cultural Marxists kvetch about rising anti-Semitism and Nazis, Nazis, everywhere!

The very act of characterizing Whites as Nazis actually leads many to embrace stereotypical Nazi propaganda and imagery. It is as if the objective of the Left is to actually convert Whites to Adolf Hitler worshiping National Socialists who embrace the pejorative Nazi moniker.

One of the biggest lies about Adolf Hitler and Germany in WWII was that they wanted to take over Europe and eventually the world. In fact, Hitler was trying to prevent Communism from taking hold in Germany and destroying Europe. National Socialism was about rebuilding Germany and defending Europe from Communism, which was moving in from the east after the Bolshevik Revolution turned Russia into the Soviet Union. And we all know (((who))) led the Bolsheviks, right?

What is happening in Europe and Western countries today is in large part a direct result of the failure of National Socialism. The problems Western societies face today are similar—but not identical to—those faced by Germany after WWI. Does it really make sense to attempt to fight today’s battles with ideologies and tactics from the past, especially when that ideology was defeated?

I can understand how National Socialism could work in a homogeneous, technologically primitive Germany (by today’s standards) during the 1930s. But the United States in 2017 is an altogether different entity. White people represent less than 60% of the population and are in rapid decline among ever advancing hordes of hostiles. The power of the state, with its military capabilities and surveillance technologies, is in no way analogous to the comparatively weak Weimar Republic.

The (((mainstream media))), which includes the so-called “news,” television, movies, music and publishing, is pushing narratives such as gay marriage, transgender rights, open borders and diversity aimed at eradicating traditional European values. Academia has been hijacked by Frankfurt School capos who poison young minds with doublethink, false history and the vilification of everything Europeans have accomplished over the past 5,000 years. This results in turning non-Europeans against Whites, and inducing Whites to hate themselves. Nowhere has this been more successful than in Germany.

What used to be called Communism has today been re-branded as Globalism. Nationalism has been set up as the antithesis of Globalism, but rather than undergoing its own modernized re-branding, there is a concerted effort to revive the failed ideology of National Socialism. Since the term Nazi has come to represent the ultimate in repugnance and evil, it is difficult for normies to support. Throughout our entire life, we have been conditioned to elicit a Pavlovian response to anything associated with Nazis. In this sense, it is almost self-defeating for pro-Whites to embrace this ideology. We cannot fight modern problems and the advance of Globalism by looking backwards and copying what ultimately didn’t work in the past.

Some who call themselves Nazis will claim that the Holocaust was a lie and that Hitler did nothing wrong. Their aim is to actually go to the extremes that Hitler is accused of having done in order to achieve ultimate victory over the enemy. Ironically, this would justify the claims that White people, if left unchecked, will always resort to genocide. It will be a self-fulfilling prophecy creating the justification for the ethnic cleansing of White people.

We need new ideas and forward-looking leaders who understand what we up against today. As a people, Whites are the smallest racial group on the planet. The threat of losing our homelands and culture is real. It comes not only from non-Whites who are flooding into our societies, but more importantly, from White people who are actively working against their own self-interest—White people who are unwittingly or purposefully facilitating the destruction of Western culture. You can blame the Jews and Muslims all you want, but at the end of the day, it is the White people with wealth, power and influence who are actively working toward our destruction that are our real enemy. Simply removing non-Whites from Western nations is not going to solve the problem. We have to deal with the traitors first. Looking backwards and emulating a failed ideology is not the way to move forward.