Neither myself nor the American Nazi Party will associate ourselves with “haters.” If all anyone does is hate, then they will be torn up inside and consumed by it in the most negative way. National Socialism is a doctrine of love. Adolf Hitler grew up poor and homeless for a time, and compassion for his fellow German, for his fellow worker, was instilled deep in his heart. Before someone can call themselves a “National Socialist,” he or she must first care. Care for the environment, for the animal kingdom, for their children and the elderly among many other things that are of real value. Our current politicians care only for their paychecks; their hearts beat to “the almighty dollar” and nothing else. We reject materialism, and believe a kind soul is of greater value than a collection of sports cars. A National Socialist must have compassion, and even to the point of having compassion for Whites who have been so misled as to fight against their own interests.
There are people in this world who are truly evil, awful people. But the vast majority are not this way. Most who reject National Socialism do so because they are merely sheep, they are “the masses” who are led by whoever is the the current Shepard in charge. In this present day that Shepard is of the evil and awful variety. If we could give these anti-racists a good Shepard – a good and moral leadership – they will be led down a better path just as easily as they were led down a wrong path.
What I have just written may sound contrary to what you have been led to believe about Nazis, but the fact is that the victors write the history books and sadly, NS Germany lost the war. Here are a few quick points (not in any order) from the NSDAP Party Platform that show how the political party of Adolf Hitler put the well-being of its people FIRST.
1. The State must see to raising the standard of health in the nation by protecting mothers and infants, and prohibiting child labor.
2. All citizens of the State shall be equal as regards rights and duties.
3. We demand development of the gifted children of poor parents, whatever their class or occupation, at the expense of the State.
4. We wish to make it possible for all to find proper dwelling and for all to make a living, and to institute a general system of care for the aged.