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Encyclopaedia Judaica

Neo-Nazism 1945-1970

How the Nazi mindset was spreading in different world continents: "USA", Germany, Argentina, Egypt

from: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 12

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presented by Michael Palomino (2007)

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Nazism has its base in Darwinism which says the stronger will kill the weaker, and the "Aryan" race would be the best. So this movement is against any human rights and has nothing to do with human existence and cultural wealth. The question is always if a balance is balanced, and if the real living standard of a country is going up or down, with human rights. It seems strange that racist Darwinism is not forbidden until today]].


a new Nazi movement that emerged after World War II and is based on anti-Semitic doctrines similar to those propounded in Hitler's Mein Kampf and exemplified in the structure and aspirations of the Third Reich. Since Neo-Nazism's appeal, like that of Nazism, is specifically German, it is in Germany that one would expect the movement to flourish. However, as incitement to race hatred, as well as any attempt to resuscitate the Nazi Party, are explicitly outlawed by the Constitution and the criminal laws of the German Federal Republic (as well as in the Communist German Democratic Republic), no party overtly attempting to revive Nazism can legally exist there.


Although National Socialist parties openly propagating anti-Semitism, displaying the swastika flags, and glorifying Nazi achievements sprang up under Colin Jordan in Great Britain and Lincoln Rockwell (murdered in 1967) in the United States, both have been utterly inconsequential fringe movements, of interest to the social pathologist rather than the student of politics.


Allowing for a broader definition, Neo-Nazism has come to be identified with German anti-Semitic ultra nationalist, extreme right-wing movements, whether made up of old or new Nazis.

[GFR: Alfred Loritz]

Without seriously threatening the still fragile German democracy, a number of such movements gained some short-lived popularity and notoriety. The first to draw, if somewhat unwittingly, ex-Nazis into a political party was Alfred Loritz, a confused demagogue with an anti-Nazi record. His Bavarian Economic Reconstruction Association, founded in 1945 with U.S. consent, denounced Allied policies and articulated the widespread economic discontent of the "pre-economic miracle" era. The "blonde Hitler", as he was sometimes called, frightened the young republic and the world at large when he gained 14.4% of the vote (col. 954)

in his native Bavaria, winning 12 seats in the Bundestag, after the first German general election (1949). The lack of positive policies, however, coupled with internal dissensions, rent the party asunder long before it failed to gain a single seat in the following (1953) general election.

[GFR: Fritz Dorls - Dr. Naumann]

Similarly spectacular and ominous was Fritz Dorls's deliberate attempt to revive Nazism through the Socialist Reich Party (SRP). Its leadership was made up entirely of old Nazis, the most prominent of whom was the deputy chairman, Ernst Rhemer, the Wehrmacht officer who successfully thwarted the July 20, 1944, plot against Hitler. Apart from distributing anti-Semitic election leaflets, reminiscent of Der Stuermer, the SRP even boasted a gang organized on storm-troop lines, the so-called Reichsfront. In 1951 when the SRP gained 11% of the Lower Saxony vote, an alarmed federal government contested the party's legality before the Constitutional Court. Declared illegal as an attempt to reestablish the proscribed Nazi Party, this particular specter of resurgent Nazism disappeared.

It reappeared a year later when the British arrested Dr. Naumann, one of Dr. Goebbels' top-ranking officials, whose plot to subvert the respectable Free Democratic Party by infiltrating ex-Nazis into key positions was well on the way to succeeding.

In the 1960s [[after faked Eichmann and Auschwitz trials never menitoning mass death in tunnel systems and secret deportations of Jews to the Gulag]] the spectacular and unexpected success of the NDP (National Democratic Party of Germany) aroused worldwide  fears of a Nazi revival. Founded in 1965 by Adolf von Thadden to unite the hitherto splintered and ineffectual "nationalist opposition", the party shocked the German and world opinion when in the 1966-67 Land elections [[provincial elections]] it gained admission to a number of Land parliaments [[province parliaments]] by substantially exceeding the required 5% of the vote.

[[Right wing parties in Germany got their force also by the immigration of may Turkish foreign workers because these Turkish foreign workers hadly wanted any integration, and German politics (Adenauer, Erhardt, Brandt, Schmidt, Kohl etc.) not either did anything for any integration of these Turkish families and denied this problem]].

[GFR: NPD (National Party of Germany)]

Careful not to fall foul of the Constitutional Court, the NPD, run largely by ex-Nazis, appealed to exactly the same prejudices and self-assertions to which Germans responded so overwhelmingly in the Hitler era. Jews were not openly denigrated, but the [[racist Zionist CIA Herzl]] State of Israel and its policies were viciously attacked [[breaking a taboo against racist Zionists operating world wide]]. The "domination by alien bog powers", reminiscent of the Nazi fiction of "Judean-Marxist world conspiracy", was denounced, as were references to Nazi crime. The party manifesto demanded "an end to the lie of Germany's exclusive guilt which serves to extort continuously thousands of millions from our people", apparently a reference to *restitution and compensation payment to Israel and individual Jews.

[[Well, since the 1990s it's well known that Hitler and his party had not survived the year of 1932 when there would not have been funds from abroad, and without the industrial help of "USA" there never had been any war. But concerning the deportations of Jews and mass death of Jews in tunnel systems the objection of NPD is NOT justified because this was only a German Nazi program. A big part of the Jews also was deported from the Third Reich to the Soviet Gulag, but it seems that NPD NEVER published this but made it's policy always against Zionist Israel not blaming Stalin for the russification of the Jews since Israel went with CIA in 1948]].

Beset like its predecessors by internecine leadership struggles and lacking forward-looking policies, the NPD failed to gain the qualifying 5% in the 1969 general election. This failure led to a crisis of confidence, which resulted in the party losing its seats in the various Land parliaments after the 1970 elections [[despite of "Six Day War" with the extention of statal territory of Zionist Israel in 1968]].

At that time it was doubtful whether Neo-Nazism still commanded a politically meaningful potential, although the phenomenon still lingered on in violently "anti-Israel" weeklies (like the Deutsche National Zeitung) or in the publications of ex-Reich press chief Suedermann's Druffel Verlag and similar publishing houses.

[[Well, racist Zionist Israel was more and more destructing Muslim world by help of "USA" with the dream installing Great Israel. There were not only in Germany publications against this, but above all in Russia and in Communist parties in Europe. But this is not mentioned in Encyclopaedia Judaica]].


In Austria, Neo-Nazism lacked the organizational framework of a sufficiently numerous following to qualify as a politically relevant force. Among the minuscule groupings more or less openly committed to propagating Nazi ideas and extolling Nazi achievements, Theodor Soucek's Sozialorganische Bewegung Europas (SOBRE, [[Social Organic Movement of Europe]]) was perhaps the most noteworthy in the early 1950s. It tried to coordinate efforts of Nazi collaborators and sympathizers in the former occupied territories to revitalize the Hitlerian "new order" in the context of the then emerging Europe. SOBRE enjoyed the support of Konrad Windisch, one of the founders of the Bund Heimattreuer Jugend (BHJ, [[Confederation of Youth loyal to their home]]), whose initials HJ (for Hitler Jugend [[Hitler Youth]]) proclaimed its ideological lineage and (col. 955)

identification. Despite the insignificance of these movements, residual anti-Semitism and subliminal Nazi sympathies seemed to be more widespread in Austria than in Germany, thus the marked reluctance of Austrian authorities to prosecute and of juries to convict such war criminals and Eichmann aides as Murer, Novak, or Raiakovic and the parsimoniousness of Austrian restitution.

[[Well, Auschwitz was one location, but not the main location of the Holocaust, but the main locations were the tunnel systems and the secret deportations to the Gulag which were absolutely concealed in these times presenting Eichmann and Auschwitz as the main location of the destruction of Jewry. There is no article about the tunnel systems in Zionist Encyclopaedia Judaica...]]


Argentina figured prominently in the Nazis' plans to save the movement and themselves after defeat

[[and Swiss government representatives and Swiss lawyers helped very well to the Nazis enabling the trip to Argentina, and it can be admitted that this was all well watched by the "American" government thinking that this would be a measure against Communism in South America]].

. This tied in well with President Peron's dreams of Argentinian hegemony based on a modernized army and an independent armament industry, which the Nazi experts were to develop. Nazis headed nuclear research institutes, while World War II air aces like Rudel and Galland advised the Argentinian air force and Professor Tank, a German jet designer, started an Argentinian aircraft industry.

Eichmann and his aides (Klingenfuss, Rademacher, and Dr. Mengele) found sanctuary, while Johannes von Leers, head of an anti-Jewish department in Goebbels's Propaganda Ministry, became Peron's adviser. Moreover, the Nazi gospel continued to be preached in German in Der Weg (Buenos Aires) and other Duerer Verlag publications.

[[It can be concluded that all these activites were well watched and approved by the "USA" hindering Stalin's communists the entry for South "America". Because some communist Jews were leading communist movements in South "America". But this was "forgotten" to mention by Encyclopaedia Judaica...]]

[From Argentina to Egypt]

After Peron's fall (1955), some of these fugitives moved to Egypt (a Nazi sanctuary since 1945 [[headed against the racist Zionist movement with the aim of a Great Israel from the Nile to the Euphrates]]), where military needs and anti-Israel, anti-Semitic resentments offered them scope. Years later the effort of ex-Nazis to develop Egyptian jet engines, supersonic fighters, and rockets (the Messerschmidt, Brandner, and Pilz teams) caused greater international consternation than the activities of von Leers and S. S. General Bender in the Egyptian Ministry of National Guidance or of the former Gestapo chief Sellman as a police adviser on "anti-Jewish action". On the whole, however, in 1970 Neo-Nazis seemed to be declining.

[ER.H.]> (col. 956)

There were many more neo-Nazi movements in the world: in Chile, in France, whole Spain under Franco, in Italy with Mussolini ceremonies etc. And also many religions have Darwinist and Nazi material in their "holy books" - and it seems very strange but these "religions" are absolutely legal.

The problem is that "USA" with its CIA world manipulations and with its wars in the world have not made democracy more credible in the world. So, under "US" leadership peace never came. Communism was financed by "US" banks, and since the globalization there is a global religious spiritual war, and "US" warriors are fighting against their own shadow up to their financial self-destruction. Human rights would be good, also for "USA" and for religions...]]

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Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971:
                              Neo-Nazism, vol. 12, col. 953-954
Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971: Neo-Nazism, vol. 12, col. 953-954
Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971:
                              Neo-Nazism, vol. 12, col. 955-956
Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971: Neo-Nazism, vol. 12, col. 955-956

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