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Comparison of Nazism, Eurosocialism and Conservative Libertarianism

Adolf Hitler, Altiero Spinelli, Janusz Korwin-Mikke

Comparison of Nazism, Eurosocialism, and Corwinism (Conservative Libertarianism), compiled by T.Cukiernik and J.Korwin-Mikke

NazismEurosocialismConservative Libertarianism 

à la Korwin-Mikke

Ideology
IdeologyNational Socialism European SocialismCapitalism 
ReligionReluctant to religion, sometimes using it instrumentallyprogrammatically combating religionCatholic traditions, Christian values, recognized by all religions derived from the Scriptures (Bible), the state only watches over free competition between all these faiths. Tolerates other religions. Separation of churches and state.
System of governmentIn Germany, the democratically elected Führer ruled for life.

In Italy: The Great Fascist Council could remove Il Duce

DemocracyMonarchy (kingdom, dictatorship) or Republic (i.e. the Rule of Law – not the People)
State /

Sovereignty

sovereign of the German state is the Nation. Other nation-states in Europe form the Union under the hegemony of the Third Reich. Elimination of the sovereignty of traditionally created countries for sake of forming Euroregions and an EU superstate, partition (federation) to enable competition between regions
Collectivism vs. individualismThe supremacy of the Nation as a collectiveThe legislation deals with social groups, condemnation of individualism The primacy of individualism; there is an individual – a family (sex and age) – and a nation; other groups legally do not exist
Equality and freedomEqualization of classesPromoting equalityPromoting Freedom – Equality as an idea is evil
Surveillanceextensive apparatus of security and control of societyextensive apparatus of surveillance (monitoring, wiretapping)policy of repression against criminals and not prevention against all
PropagandaPersuading that III Reich is the best in the worldConvincing the EU is the best in the world, the propaganda of political correctnessno state propaganda. necessary classifieds state purchases in private media
State
Size StateExtensiveExtensiveMinimum State
Taxes – HeighthighVery highVery low
taxes – ProgressionYes,high, but with discounts and subsidies for the chosen onesNo; only flat or linear
Taxes – Profit, income, revenue, turnoverYesYesNo, the potential is taxed (e.g. property value, not profit from it)
Taxes – PurposeHigh investment, war, and social spending Social goals and voter bribingOnly maintaining the apparatus, a total ban on redistribution
Public expenditureHighHighOnly the army, police, necessary administration
Budget deficitHigh budget deficitHigh budget deficitNo deficit (except for war), balanced budget
State debtYesYesState borrowing is forbidden, No debt for future generations
State control of the economyYesYesNo
Economic planningeconomic multi-year plansMulti-year financial perspectives, strategies, etc.No economic planning 
Public worksYes, forced slave laborYes, the European Commission proposes public worksForbidden
expansionLebensraum, “unifying” Europe under the leadership of GermanyJoining new countries to the EU, repeating referenda with “wrong” outcomes and elections, unifying Europe under German-French leadershipNo. Joining countries at most, which will like this system
CurrencyStriving for the common European currencyThe common currency, the eurozoneCompetition of many currencies
Interest ratesThe state sets interest ratesThe state sets interest ratesThe market sets interest rates 
Inflation / deflationExpansionary monetary policy, inflationExpansionary monetary policy, inflationNo policy, usually deflation
Economy 
propertyPrivate and state-ownedPrivate and state-ownedPrivate
Ownership changesNationalization and privatizationNationalization and privatizationPrivatization
EconomyThe economy controlled by the state, regulations State control of the economy by the state, EU and national regulations, Directiveseconomic freedom
BusinessEntrepreneurs subordinated to the Reich Ministry of Economy and its officials and supervised by the German Labor Front and the Chamber of CommerceBusinesses surrendered to EU regulations and the dozens of national offices free market
interventionismKeynesianismKeynesianState interventionism is forbidden
MonopoliesMonopolies are state monopolies, but the state tolerates and sometimes supports cartels and trustsMonopolies develop because through pressure and bribes they arrange favorable laws, subsidies and/or orders for themselvesThe state cannot do anything for monopolies, actual monopolies fall after some time as old trees in the forest; NB. the anti-monopoly offices are monopolies themselves!
Price regulationYesPartiallyNo
AgricultureInterventionism, quotasInterventionism, production limits, subsidiesMarket-based 
TradeProtectionism, economic self-sufficiency, free trade with a limited number of partnersProtectionism towards non-EU countries, free trade with a limited number of partnersFree trade with all
InvestmentsMainly state-owned, e.g. in railways, highways, waterwaysTo a large extent state-owned subsidies for investmentsPrivate only, no subsidies
ExpropriationEntrepreneurs who do not support NazismDestruction of companies by tax, customs, and other offices and courtsExpropriation is prohibited
Profit of enterprisesElimination of the profit incentiveSustainable development (equation down) Unlimited
Social Affairs
WelfareExtensive Social-National People’s Welfare, Nazi Winter Assistance ProgramExtensive welfare, millions of social officialsExclusively private, possible at the municipal level.
Pro-family policywork of Aid to the Mother and ChildOn the one hand, tax credits for children, and other high taxation of goods for childrenNo policy, elimination of coercion pension and state interference in the relationship between parents and children
HealthcareNational health insurance systemNational Health Careprivate healthcare
Smoking cigarettesAnti-smoking campaigns, (Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Hazards), a full ban on smoking after the war.Condemnation of smoking and anti-smoking campaigns bans on smoking in public places and bans on tobacco advertising.Individual matter, ban on smoking only where everyone must attend. 
educationProvided by the state, compulsoryProvided by the state, compulsoryPrivate, non-compulsory
Education programState programOne state education programNo state education program and ministry of education
School textbooks Ministerial acceptance of textbooksMinisterial acceptance of textbooksVarious textbooks
Culture and sportKraft Durch Freude, state organization dealing with the preparation of mass events culture, tourism, and sportsThe state “supports” culture and sport, EU and state subsidies for culture and sport, local government expenditures for these purposesThe state does not interfere with culture and sport, leaving it to the family and private initiative.
Pension/RetirementState pension system.State pension system. No state pension and compulsory system. 
Labor lawsthe state regulates labor relationsThe state regulates labor relationsLabor relations regulated by voluntary agreements
Labor unionsGerman Labor Front monitors and controls entrepreneursThe high importance of trade unions.Trade unions (also employers’ unions !!) Forbidden
Moral issues
abortionLegal for women considered racially inferior.Legal for all womenIllegal and punished, but much less severely than murder
Eugenics“Improving race” nationalized, murdering severely handicapped, abortion of damaged fetuses (rare, due to lack of prenatal tests!)“Improving race” private, governments support mass removal of damaged fetuses ( prenatal tests and abortion free of charge)the state does not interfere, it leaves the NATURAL selection (does not support saving handicapped individuals!)
euthanasiaLegal, murdering sick children and adults (program T-4)Legal in more and more countriesIllegal, suicide attempts are not punishable.
Death PenaltyUsed oftenCompletely prohibitedOnly with murder (also for treason during the war)
Taking childrenGermanization of children from occupied countriesTaking children from their parents, under the economic pretext.Ban on taking children away from parents.
DrugsIllegal, there was an Office for Fighting Drugs.IllegalLegal
Attitude towards Jews. Adistinguished nation, under close observation – in Germany: it is best to remove from the country
A privileged nation in many ways.Indifferent, no persecution, no privileges, no “S.447”, anti-Semitism treated in the same way as anti-Germanism or anti-Ruthenians, unpunished
Attitude towards GypsiesSending to labor camps as an “anti-social” elementGiving benefits and social assistanceIndifferent, lifting the ban on traveling by carriages, autonomy (not interfering in matters between the Gypsies).
Attitudes towards womenMen rule, women should work for the Third Reich, but their main role is to bear children and raise them. Women are the privileged sex – in the hope that they will support Euro-Socialism; in every way, they are taken from their families and encouraged to work outside the home.Women can work outside the home, but they are not encouraged to do so in any way, no nursery subsidies, etc.

The result of the form of the government

The result ofPressing for war to escape the economic crisis.Continuous economic crisis.Fast economic development, interrupted by short crises.
Standard of livingDeclining DecliningGrowing rapidly as in the 19th century
Oficjalny sklep Janusza Korwin-Mikkego

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