There was never any such organisation as Nazi’s or a Nazi Party
The National Socialists (N.S.D.A.P. Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) never referred to themselves as “Nazi’s.”
It was, as it still is today, a political slogan used as a repressive weapon for the purposes of ‘stifling dissent’ – the very thing everyone wants to accuse “evil Nazis” of having done.
It’s time to debunk the “Nazi” epithet and to learn where it came from, who invented it and why. The fact is, that the term “Nazi” was created by the enemies of the National Socialists (the NSDAP). It was a pejorative term; an insult or a slur. The Germans, not even Hitler nor any other top party officials ever called themselves “Nazis”! They called themselves “National Socialists” and nothing else. Those who can read German and have studied any of the original documents and speeches know this already, but most don’t.
The term “Nazi” (along with “Nazism”) is a political epithet invented by Konrad Heiden during the 1920’s as a means of denigrating the NSDAP and National Socialism. Heiden was a journalist and member of the Social Democratic Party.
The term “Nazi” is a variation of the nickname that was used in reference to members of Heidens’ SDP at the time, “Sozi” (short for Sozialisten). “Nazi” was a political pun, based upon the Austro-Bavarian slang word for “simpleton” or “country bumpkin” and derived from the fairly common name Ignatz. It would be like saying “nutsy.”
So, if for no other reason, one should easily understand why the term was regarded as derogatory by the National Socialists and why they would never use it to describe themselves.
One should also see why it would be used and popularised by the Marxist-Bolshevik agitators and understand how it was seized upon by various other political opponents and subversive types, both within Germany and abroad, including the international media and political leaders of the western powers.
It should immediately become apparent that, if there is no such thing as a “Nazi,” except in the propaganda which was invented and spewed by this man, then it follows logically, that there is also no such thing as a “Neo-Nazi” either. Those who would describe themselves as such are as ignorant as those who say they hate “Nazis” – they are equally deceived.
Further, again, if there was no such thing as a “Nazi,” (or of the conspiratorial suggestion of the purported etymology of ‘Na-Zi’) then there was no political party merger between the National Socialists and the Zionists, as suggested by those who believe everything is a ‘Conspiracy’ – they have also been deceived by the “Alternate Media’s” intentional confusion… Co-intel created to keep us misdirected and divided, thus paralysed from direction and action.
Indeed, I highly suspect that some of those who promote “Neo-Nazism” are really just agents whose job it is to keep the spectre of evil “Nazis” alive, and to effect the demonisation of all those who would dare question the whole history about Hitler, the National Socialists and WWII that we have all been foolishly sold.
Further study at, Justice-4-Germans:
[Konrad Heiden (7 August 1901 – 18 June 1966) was an influential Jewish journalist and historian of the Weimar Republic and “Nazi” eras, most noted for the first influential biographies of German dictator Adolf Hitler. Often, he wrote under the pseudonym “Klaus Bredow.]