Are You a Naziphobe?

Paul Weston certainly is. He’ll tell you all about it:

Paul Weston is a British-based writer who focuses on the damage done to Western Civilisation by the hard left’s ongoing cultural revolution, which seeks to destroy the Christian, capitalist and racial base of the West. He is the leader of Liberty GB. His website may be found here, and his political Facebook page here. For links to his previous essays, see the Paul Weston Archives.

9 thoughts on “Are You a Naziphobe?

  1. Oh my this was great! It is a pity though that the irony will fly tower high above all the liberals, antifas and muslims (khmm I mean nazi) loving progressives.

  2. Has Doctor Spoonbender considered availing the advantages of franchising? Millions of sufferers on multiple continents are in need.

  3. Who is Auntie Fah? She seems to have a lot of followers.
    At 4:20, the speaker refers to “Kinder, Kueche, und Kirche”, but thoughtfully changed “Kirche” to “place of worship” to accommodate those who attend synagogue or ashram.

    • [What in the world] are you refering to…I and many have no idea what you talk about.

      • “Children, kitchen church”, anti. It originated with Kaiser Wihelm II (who was insane), and was adopted by the Nazis (ditto).

        You should try the Internet sometime!

        • Yeah Mark H I agree.In fact I didn’t need to refer the question to the internet.I took high school history and that “kirche ,kuche, kinder” business was referred to at some length in the chapter in our textbooks about the rise of Hitler and the Nazi ideology.

          • when, as a matter of fact, this triple k was always connoted to the ” classic” and oldfashioned housewife role and was no nazi invention, whatever your history teacher told you.And I dare say so from the point of view as a former teacher of history with 71 years experience as a native german.

  4. Imagine in the 1930’s, Nazi propagandists could have gone to Britain, claimed welfare and plotted against the British state for years, while also being far too close to loads of convicted Nazi terrorists in the UK (yes imagine those too) but was able to avoid censure and indeed often appeared on the BBC to defend his ideology, due to the prevailing air of abject appeasement, Naziphilia and adherence to a politically-correct narrative of a Reich of Peace.

    Only in an upside-down dystopian science-fiction novel perhaps and yet……here we are in pc UK where ‘Muslims are the new Jews’.

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