Hai anon here, defining national socialism for you
Culturally it is used to preserve beliefs values and cultures.
Each person gets paid according to their importance to their country. A "Nazi" government creates, manages, and oversees all services and sales.
> Is it just less extreme nazbol or is it actually based?
It is similar to national bolshevism as both "National Socialism" and "Socialism" control the means of production. However, national bolshevism is different to national socialism as national socialism recognizes that not all men / the jobs men provide are of equal importance. Nazbol obviously follows marxist theory, stating men should be paid according to their need. As I have said before, national socialism pays its citizens based on their importance to their country. I guess you could call it based because Hitler has no sources or citations in "Mein Kampf".
> All wikipedia gives me is "Left wing nationalism"
Nazbol is similar to national socialism as both ideologies strongly believe in the preservation of culture, values, and beliefs. National bolshevism however believes in the elimination of class. National socialism upholds the state and promotes economic class. "Left wing" and "Right wing" are divided by individual rights and class. Even though nazi contains "socialism", national socialism is in no way a left wing ideology and I've never heard anybody call it that before. Wikipedia doesn't call it "Left wing nationalism"
The syrian social nationalist party is not an economic system and more of a "Die for Palestine" system.
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