National Socialism (German: Nationalsozialismus), which is commonly know by no other name than Nazism is the ideology and practice associated with the 20th-century German Nazi Party and the Nazi state.  Usually characterized as the Far Right, it is a form of fascism that incorporates racism and anti-Semitism, Nazism developed out of the German nationalist movement, and the anti-communist   paramilitary groups that emerged after Germany’s defeat in World War I.

Nazism subscribed to theories of racial hierarchy and Social Darwinism. Germanic peoples (the Nordic Race) were depicted as the purest of the Aryan race, and were therefore the master race. Opposed to capitalism and communism, it aimed to overcome social divisions, seeking national unity. Nazism also pursued what it viewed as historically German territory as well as additional lands for expansion.

nazism Hessy.Levinsons Taft was selected by the Nazi party for the front cover of the Sonne Ins Haus publication in 1935, as the Ideal Aryan child. But they didn’t know and never discovered she was Jewish,

The term “National Socialism” was an attempt to redefine Marxist socialism and capitalism. The Nazis sought to achieve this by a “people’s community”  the aim of uniting all Germans as national  comrades, whilst excluding those  deemed to be aliens. It rejected. the Marxist concept of class struggle; opposed ideas of class equality and international solidarity, and sought to defend  private property and businesses. The Nazi Party was founded as the German Workers’ Party on January 5th,1919. By the early 1920s, Hitler had renamed it the National Socialist German Workers’ Party to broaden its appeal. They called for a united Greater Germany that would deny citizenship to Jews. Anti-semitism and anti-communism was the centre of their political philosophy.

In 1933, Hitler became Chancellor of Germany and the Nazis gradually established a one-party state, under which Jews, political opponents and other “undesirables” were marginalized, with several millions eventually imprisoned and killed.

Today the majority of scholars identify Nazism in practice as a form of far-right politics which advocates that superior people have a right to dominate over other people and purge society of supposed inferior elements, a white supremacist ideology in which many supporters deliberately adopt the symbols of Nazi Germany.

 Rise Up Australia Party is totally opposed to any form of discrimination including, white, black or faith based religious supremacy, Semitism, Gender selection and or Nazism, just to mention a few.

We consider the practise of Nazism in particular,   having the fundamental view of superiority in where a single people group of the Aryan ethnicity should have the right to practice ethnic cleansing a crime against humanity and, a crime against the Australian people.

We would introduce laws which would prohibit the practice of Nazism Nationally, based on the Ideology, practices and belief system of the social order.

We would consider the practice of such an Ideology a threat to human life and the well being of our society, a public risk that is not acceptable

The practice of Nazism would be a criminal offence in this country and would incur:

  • The confiscation of property found to be promoting or documenting the Ideology
  • The confiscation of any weapons considered linked to, or that could be used in the operations of practising Nazism.
  • A sentence of incarceration if found to be actively involved in the Nazism movement.

Displaying a swastika would be considered an act of rebellion and defiance of the law and would incur

  • The confiscation of property
  • Substantial fines
  • Suspension of employment if working with the armed forces, the defence Services or police departments.
  • Counselling, rehabilitation and re education classes. on the corollary of Nazism

Rise up Australia party would introduce into the school curriculum education on::

  • The history of Nazism and the current dangers to our western society.
  • The “Final Solution” – This was the Nazis’ euphemistic term for their plan to annihilate the Jewish people



Note: Expressions of support for Nazi ideas were prohibited in Germany and other European countries following Germany’s defeat in World War II.  Nonetheless, movements that self-identify as National Socialists continue to exist on the fringes of politics in many western societies



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