Most democratic socialists, republican socialists and other modern socialists (whether in the media, elected officials, or in the general population) hold the same views as the National Socialist German Workers’ Party. Consider 13 of the most relevant points from the 25-point program of the National Socialist German Workers' Party in 1920, its Munich manifesto below and at

Notice that the Party uses the term "socialist" as a self-descriptive word and that no form of the words "Nazi" or "fascist" appear at all as self-descriptions, which is also the case in Mein Kampf and in the movie "Triump of the Will" et cetera.

The above fact supports the discovery that the Hakenkreuz/swastika, although an ancient symbol, was used as crossed S-letters for "socialism" under the National Socialist German Workers Party, as shown by the symbolist Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Swastika Secrets").

The platform is very modern in that it touts various socialist scams touted by modern politicians.


The program of the NSDAP

The program is the political foundation of the NSDAP and accordingly the primary political law of the State. It has been made brief and clear intentionally.

All legal precepts must be applied in the spirit of the party program.

Since the taking over of control, the Fuehrer has succeeded in the realization of essential portions of the Party program from the fundamentals to the detail.

The Party Program of the NSDAP was proclaimed on the 24 February 1920 by Adolf Hitler at the first large Party gathering in Munich and since that day has remained unaltered. Within the national socialist philosophy is summarized in 25 points:

7. We demand that the State shall make it its first duty to promote the industry and livelihood of the citizens of the State.

10. The activities of the individual must not clash with the interests of the whole, but must proceed within the framework of the community and must be for the general good.

11. Abolition of incomes unearned by work. Breaking of the thraldom of interest.

13. We demand the nationalization of all businesses which have been amalgamated.

14. We demand that there shall be profit sharing in the great industries.

15. We demand a generous development of provision for old age.

17. We demand a land reform suitable to our national requirements, the passing of a law for the confiscation without compensation of land for communal purposes, the abolition of interest on land mortgages, and prohibition of all speculation in land.

18. We demand ruthless war upon all those whose activities are injurious to the common interest.

20. The schools must aim at teaching the pupil to understand the idea of the State. We demand the education of specially gifted children of poor parents, whatever their class or occupation, at the expense of the State.

21. The State must apply itself to raising the standard of health in the nation ...

23. We demand legal warfare against conscious political lies and their dissemination in the press. In order to facilitate the creation of a German national press…. It must be forbidden to publish newspapers which are damaging to the national welfare.

24. We demand liberty for all religious denominations in the State, so far as they are not a danger to it. The Party ... does not bind itself in the matter of creed to any particular confession.

25. That all the foregoing requirements may be realized we demand the creation of a strong central national authority; unconditional authority of the central legislative body over the entire Reich and its organizations in general;

Munich Platform 1920 Manifesto Nazism Fascism