Understanding National Socialism Arminius 7/28/2021 17:38:00 No. 85077 505c74 [Preview] [Reply] report 2neeb6 jpg (94.67 KB, 1024x846) Hey so I got a few questions just to clear up a couple things that some people say about national socialism as well as my general thoughts on things in general. So I guess I start from the beginning the way I view a nation as it should be is as a garden where the government acts to grow a strong and powerful people. In that garden anything can grow which represents the myriad of talents with the strongest being allowed to propagate themselves and the weaker allowed to attempt but inevitably fail. In the propagation of the strongest both the people and nation benefit however there must be a recognition of the weak and the strong and that there are different weaknesses and strengths. I have talked to some people who say that if they were to ever get power they would institute universal basic income which I think just incentivizes laziness. I guess what I'm trying to clear up do the people here believe in a hierarchy or do they believe everyone is equal?