I used to know a guy who was an American Nazi (yes, he was CREEPY). They hate the Klan, and I assume vice versa. Who would have ever thought?
Conversly I recall David Horowitz, from an article in the Amer. Spectator many yrs ago made a similar observation from his black panther sympathizing days. How Huey Newton and Bobby Seale were mortal enemies. Amazing they didn’t kill each other.
We had a Nazi in my basic combat training company at Ft. Leonard Wood. He had been in an earlier cycle, had been busted somehow (he joined the Army to learn small arms repair for the Nazi Party) and they were putting him to work painting murals in the orderly room while his discharge was processed. Not a bad artist in a folk art sort of way. This was in June or July of 1978.
>>I used to know a guy who was an American Nazi (yes, he was CREEPY). They hate the Klan, and I assume vice versa. Who would have ever thought?
Read the 3rd quote on my FR profile page, the two-paragraph one by Hayek. He makes interesting observations about between-the-wars Nazis and Communists in Germany.
I expect a similar dynamic is at work.