Wednesday, January 28, 2009

"One World Nazi Party" a Contradiction in Terms

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

There is a group advocating the formation of a "One World Nazi Party". The "Nazi" Party was a racially based nationalistic party, not an international egalitarian party.

The Germans sometimes refer to socialists as "Sozis" and the term "Nazi", contrary to what one blowhard ignoramus claims, derives from the German for "National Socialist German Workers' Party" or Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei. It is a reference to a "National Socialist", not an international egalitarian.

Nazism is in part based on the racist mythology of the "Aryan" as advanced by Arthur de Gobineau in his book An Essay on the Inequality of the Human Races. The word "Aryan" was used by a tribe of Indo-Europeans as a racist and supremacist title meaning "Lord" or "Noble" which was meant to distinguish this People from their slaves, who were considered subhuman.

In its definition of "Aryan", Webster's New World Dictionary of the American Language, Second College Edition, David B. Guralnik, Editor in Chief, Simon and Schuster, New York, (1984), p. 79, writes:

"(used as tribal name to distinguish from indigenous races)"

The theory of "Aryanism" is a theory of racial inequality, not a theory of a noble personality to be found in every race. The mythology of "Aryanism" as taught by Gobinaeu and by Hitler (see: Mein Kampf, "Nation and Race", chapter 11) is that all human culture derives from the "Aryan race" which traveled the World. In every place where the Aryans appeared, they dominated as they were naturally superior and natural leaders. In every place where the Aryans appeared, culture appeared.

As time passed, however, the Aryans' blood became impure by the admixture of inferior races. When this occurred, culture in these regions ceased to advance and stagnated. Miscegenation was the death of culture. Only by copying the high culture of Aryan Peoples could other races achieve anything of value. The blood of Europe was being polluted by the infusion of blood from colonized races and as such the fate of the Aryan was doomed without a eugenics program to purify and preserve the blood of the master race of Northern Europeans.

Such a belief system is the polar opposite of an egalitarian Internationalism. That said, the concept of National Socialism could be applied locally in various nations, with or without its racist ideologies. But it should be clear from the outset that such a party system is different from that proposed by the German Nazis, who believed that the German was a master race, and that Slavs, Gypsies and other supposedly worthless subhuman races have no right to exist. To the extent that Nazism was international, it was a doctrine that the German and Northern European was the natural leader of the World and the creator of all culture of any value.

The Nazis did indeed set up fifth columns in many nations, including the United States, but they did not view any race as their equal, and did not view any nation as equal to pan-Germany. A "One World Nazi Party" based upon internationalist egalitarianism appears to mirror the Jewish conception of the United Nations.

I believe that the POWER PARTY concept can be applied to many nations, though not all. Different nations have different histories, cultures, natural resources, climates, etc. and no one political system fits all nations.