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GOOD NEWS IN GERMANY: DEATH OF NEO-NAZI NPD DEPUTY LEADER PUTS MOVEMENT INTO A TAILSPIN…….

GOOD RIDDANCE TO EM ALL!
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All forms of socialism have been a scourge on society, so the passing away of one of its leaders, this time from the neo-nazi movement (a leftist political ideology) will not cause the Tundra Tabloids to lose any sleep. It’s good news to hear that his death will most likely lead to the NPD’s collapse, too bad all the other socialist movements and parties in existence don’t experience the same fate. KGS
H/T Henrik Clausen
Hamburg – The sudden death of one of Germany’s principal far rightists, Juergen Rieger, at the age of 63 may also spell the end of his financially shaky group, the National Democratic Party (NPD).
As deputy leader, Rieger, who was a lawyer, not only helped the NPD skirt to legal problems but also used his skills and assets to bolster its financial position. He died on Thursday in a hospital in Berlin, five days after suffering a stroke at an NPD meeting.
All over Germany, Rieger’s name on any real-estate contract has evoked dread among public officials in recent years.
He repeatedly sought to purchase run-down properties, such as derelict hotels and cinemas, saying he would turn them into NPD conference centres. Communities, worried they would be overrun by neo-Nazis, usually bought the sites at a premium to stymy him.
With Rieger gone, the party has no highly educated person with proven business skills in its upper echelons.

3 Responses

  1. Errr… Neo-Nazis are a right-wing ideology. Far right-wing. Don't let the word "social" in "national socialist" fool you – nazis are fascists, they hate socialists even more than McCarthy did.

  2. I doubt that the word social in national socialist fools anyone.

    The far right and the far left are just two sides of the same coin – both stand for domination and repression of all people who believe in the rule of law and freedom of speech.

  3. Anon speaks from ignorance. Marxism and Nazism were/are not two polar ends of the political spectrum.

    "In fact, Fascism and National Socialism were thoroughly socialist movements. They bitterly opposed the "bourgeois" ideology of capitalism: they bitterly opposed individualism, free trade, private property, free enterprise, limited government, and classical laissez-faire liberalism."

    Get the book by George Watson and read up, it'll fundamentally change your understanding of the political linear model.

    Lost Literature of Socialism

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