the strange thing is that people seem to see modern nazis as some kind of tollerant and flexible iideology. but they are narrow minded. most people here got intot this nazi movement because of varg vikingers, i am very sure about that, so i think they did not get the connection to the real nazis. but i am a person who was borin in the land wher hitler was born and i think i can realise better what real neo nazi want.
You accept and take for granted the post-war definitions and interpretations of National Socialism and Fascism, which are not only fed to us by the media but also by "popular consensus", which includes our parents, friends, co-workers, schoolmates, etc., who, in social situations, force us to accept these interpretations, which all have been undertaken from a capitalist and/or communist viewpoint. Everyone in a group of such people, who does not follow the "popular consensus", who does not take part in this mass-delusion, is ostracized and hated.
We oppose this approach to truth. We acknowledge that a doctrine and its implementation are not one and the same, and that the world is not black and white; some aspects of a doctrine can be embraced while others disregarded, and doing so is not subject to moral agenda.
When criticizing Fascism, it is the doctrine of Fascism which must be the criticised, as it is the true center of Fascism. If one misses the target by not focusing on the doctrine, or aspects of it, the criticism is in vain. The manifestation of Fascism is only a more remote, weaker reality.
Of course, this applies to other political manifestations as well.
Besides, Fascism and National Socialism are not the same. Only in leftist Newspeak is the latter included in the former.
As an example of how confused the modern definition of Fascism really is, where it becomes an insult and a moral weapon, I have uploaded here
a .doc(ument) called "The Doctrine of Fascism" (ot. La Dottrina del Fascismo) for all those who are interested in understanding Fascism. The English is quite simple. It is available, in book-form, in German translation ("Der Geist des Faschismus").