- Dec 2018
- North Dublin
Hitler also betrayed the evolution of National-Syndicalism which he espoused in early days, which found its solidification in the person of Ernst Roehm and in the paramilitary division known as the Sturm Abteilung, which later became regular soldiers of the Wehrmacht. I am saying that in the context of this, both systems were bogus, but that Hitler's system was preferable, because, while still class-based, was based on an anti-ClassIST paradigm, unlike the Christendom which Franco brought in to place, which was, and Christendom still is, Classist. Hitler never removed the notion of Volksgemeinschaft from the German psyche, which was invented during the first world war, and gave Germany a decidedly anti-classist flavour, unlike the gentility of Spain and England. In this sense, there was never an air of bourgeois or aristocratic stuffiness, but rather a system in which the various racial citizens worked together toward the betterment of society. If nothing else, this is much more conducive to its success, as well as dashing any chances of counter-NS organisational activity.That is easy... Franco was not a fascist but an anticomunist.... so yes, he manipulated Falange and National - syndicalism.... and what?