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Nazi vs Neo-Nazi

“Nazi” is a term that was associated with Germany in the 1930s and 1940s. “Nazi” is a term that is an abbreviated form of the first words of “Nazional Socialistische Demokratik Arbeiter Parte,” a party that was so popular in Germany. Nazis were considered to be fascists. Neo-Nazis are related to Nazis in the fact that they have adopted the fascist ideology and also think that their political system is superior to any other political system or ideology.

One cannot come across many differences between Nazis and neo-Nazis. The Nazis were fanatics and believed in racism. They favored a military dictatorship and used it to suppress all political opponents.

The term “neo-Nazi” was formulated after the Second World War. It consists of political as well as social movements that want to review Nazism or some other variant of it. Neo-Nazism borrows almost all the elements from Nazism like fascism, militant nationalism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and racism.

The Nazis believed in the supremacy of the Aryan race, and they claimed that Germans were the pure Aryans. The Nazis believed that the Jews were the largest threat to Germany and the Aryan race. It was this theory that the Nazis used to attempt to eliminate the Jews from the face of the Earth. The neo-Nazis think of white power or the power of the white-skinned people.

When talking about the terms, “neo-Nazi” is just an extension of “Nazi.” They are almost the same in their ideology and theories. Neo-Nazis are just the latest version of Nazis and nothing else.

Summary:

1.Nazis and neo-Nazis are almost the same in their ideology and theories. Neo-Nazis are just the latest version of Nazis and nothing else.
2.“Nazi” is a term that is an abbreviated form of the first words of “Nazional Socialistische Demokratik Arbeiter Parte,” a party that was so popular in Germany.
3.Neo-Nazis are related to Nazis in the fact that they have adopted the fascist ideology and also think that their political system is superior to any other political system or ideology.
4.The Nazis believed in the supremacy of the Aryan race, and they claimed that Germans were the pure Aryans. The Nazis believed that the Jews were the largest threat to Germany and the Aryan race. The neo-Nazis think of white power or the power of the white-skinned people.
5.The Nazis preferred a military dictatorship and used it to suppress all political opponents.


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2 Comments

  1. I think it is important to note that Nazism is banned in present day Germany and hence, the formulation of Neo-Nazism in reference to the “newer” Nazis that can’t officially be Nazis. That they can only carry the elements of Nazism but not implement Nazism practically by having a political party etc.

  2. It should also be noted that it was the “Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei“. No “Demokratische” or “Demokratik” (where did that come from?) included.

    The whole point of Nazism is a dehumanization of outgroups. Other twisted ideologies share this up to a certain point, but if a political statement classifies someone as subhuman being, the term “neo-nazi” is hitting the bulls eye. Pro-tip: read “LTI – Lingua Tertii Imperii”.

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