Of course, 1933 Germany was considerably different than 2011 America; American national socialists don't seek to replicate a carbon copy of Hitler's Germany here. But we can still use the experience of Adolf Hitler as a starting point towards the successful implementation of national socialism in America, while making it specifically responsive to the unique conditions and needs of this country.
But national socialism isn't merely about race -- it's about economics, as well. National socialism strives to integrate the best parts of capitalism and socialism into a seamless entity designed to provide the maximum opportunity for the maximum number of people. Under national socialism, one would be permitted to make a living in a wide variety of professions and accrue considerable personal wealth. But one would not be permitted to lay off 20,000 workers from a corporation and then get paid a $1,000,000 bonus for doing so. In short, you would be allowed to prosper from the fruits of your labor, but you would not be permitted to deliberately destroy the livelihood of others. You would be permitted to open up branch factories of your corporation in foreign countries, but you would not be permitted to close down domestic factories and move them overseas. And if you sought to import the products of your foreign subsidiaries back into the United States, they would not be considered "made in America", but would be subject to the same tariffs as levied against other foreign goods.
This is how America grew to be an economic superpower, not through job-destroying globalization.
In the ANP Report for June 09, 2011, American Nazi Party Chairman Rocky Suhayda answers several questions about national socialism. He specifically encourages ANP members to send him those questions so he can answer them in print for the benefit of those wanting to learn more about national socialism. And in response to the question, "Being a National Socialist society, how would we handle the problems with today’s economy?", Chairman Suhayda publishes the following response:
First and foremost we would DESTROY and BREAK FOREVER - USURY and INTEREST SLAVERY! No longer would evil, gouging MONIED INTERESTS control this nation and its policies. First off, charging "INTEREST" would be OUTLAWED - instead - a "LOAN" would "COST" a SET AMOUNT. I.E. IF you borrowed lets say $500 - you would only be "CHARGED" a set amount agreed upon at the time of borrowing - and you would pay off this amount with NO accumulating interest over time.
A NS society would PRODUCE here at HOME - EVERYTHING that our population NEEDED - hence KEEPING JOBS HERE - and KEEPING the populations spending into producing more AMERICAN MADE PRODUCTS. A perfect circle.
ALL taxes of American citizens would be SPENT ON Americans - NO "foreign aid", NO "foreign wars", NO "Disaster Aid" overseas etc et al, until every single AMERICAN was living a DECENT life.
We would PROPERLY tax the wealthy, who by and large are nothing more than MONEY-MANIPULATORS and NOT real PRODUCERS of anything positive.
National Socialism would abolish the so-called "Federal Reserve" racket and replace it with a GOVERNMENT CONTROLLED monetary system - NOT this PRIVATELY CONTROLLED Jewish Ponzi-scheme!
An example of "WHAT" a NS system would create would be - a NATIONAL LABOR SERVICE - where AMERICANS who desired a JOB, would be given one tearing DOWN and REBUILDING America's 100+ years old infra-structure - ie America's cities, etc - being PAID a DECENT WAGE and BENEFITS - and as they rebuilt these HOMES, they would be allowed to PURCHASE them at a REASONABLE price from the government. "HOW" would we "afford" it? Simple. Take ALL the monies from these global WARS to make the world safe for Judeo-Capitalist exploitation, take ALL the monies GIVEN AWAY to "FOREIGNERS" around the globe for whatever reasons, and TAX the WEALTHY/CORPORATIONS as they SHOULD be taxed , as well as declaring a TOTAL WAR on GOVERNMENT WASTE and CORRUPTION within this decaying system and there will be an abundance of resources available! These are a FEW ideas....
This would also be a good time to remind readers that the ANP is hosting an indoor rally in Laurens, SC on July 23rd, 2011. Read more information at the ANP-affiliated Sense And Sensibility blog.
Chairman Suhayda also takes issue with the financial industry as a whole, which has become an inherently abusive entity. Fueled with greed, Wall Street has completely destroyed the traditional balance between Wall Street and Main Street -- a balance which, in the '50s and '60s, assured the greatest prosperity for the greatest number of people. The sheer number of financial traps laid for gullible Americans is astonishing -- and criminal, in my opinion. Perhaps we can't eliminate interest altogether, but we can certainly eliminate some of the more toxic financial instruments such as derivatives, as well as demand truthful advertising and an end to fine print by financial companies. And look at the compex and ednless array of fees and surcharges being assessed by banks and airlines nowadays. You may think it generous for your credit card company to offer you frequent flier miles, but you pay for it in some other way. Besides, how do frequent flier miles benefit you if TSA stops you from flying?
Chairman Suhayda's vision about employment is also on target. He supports replacing our present system of subsistence welfare with more empowering "workfare". The idea of tearing down a derelict building, replacing it with a house, and then getting the house at a reduced price as a reward is perfectly logical -- one immediately receives the fruits of their labor. But one doesn't get it for free.
One of the problems with our present employment system is that certain classes of jobs are denigrated and ridiculed. Valuable intellectual properties with high-faluting college degrees look down their noses at the working class and denigrate working class jobs as being "scut work". This makes Americans in general -- and white Americans in particular -- ashamed to take those jobs. This creates a so-called "labor shortage" which the elite uses as justification to bring in hordes of Third Worlders who are then mistreated and undercompensated. Because the Third Worlders are desperate, they accept those jobs despite the substandard conditions, further devaluing the jobs and continuing the immigration cycle unabated. Of course, the elite then oppose any efforts to curtail immigration or even remove illegal immigrants.
National socialist economics would rid us of many of these problems in tandem with national socialist solutions to other problems. Libertarianism is not the answer -- it requires an advanced form of political and economic maturity not generally present among the greater population. National socialism deserves an opportunity to compete freely in the marketplace of ideas.