Commenting On Daily Mail Articles With Nazi Propaganda


Written by Jack Blocker
11 Tuesday 11th August 2015

A few weeks ago, David Cameron described the migrants attempting to enter the country through Calais as a 'swarm'. Despite vocal protests from much of the media, fellow politicians, you, me, etc. the prime minister's chosen term did well to show the ease with which society dehumanises these desperate people. See Katie Hopkins for further reading.

If even the PM is opting for terms better suited to the NF, what sort of language must the man down the pub be spouting? Or more accurately, what words or phrases are rising to the top of the comment section in the Mail Online? According to @DMReporter and @BestoftheMail, twitter piss-takers who expose the website for the hotbed of bullshit that it is, there's been a noticeable increase in the use of alarmist terms. And an acceptance of language like this:

To see how low the comments section could really stoop, they thought they'd log in and leave passages from famous Nazi propaganda, except the word 'Jew' would be replaced by 'migrant.' The results will SHOCK you.

Except as this is the Mail, they probably won't:

“In this struggle against Judah, there’s only a clear either/or. Any half measure leads to one’s own destruction. Judah and its world must die if humanity wants to live; there is no other choice than to fight a pitiless battle against the Jews in every form” - The Pestilential Miasma of the World by Robert Ley

As you can see, the words of Ley, the head of the German Labour Front who killed himself prior to the Nuremberg trials, achieved a tidy 193 upvotes!

“The Almighty has never helped a lazy man. He does not help the coward. He does not help a people that cannot help itself. The principle applies here” - Adolf Hitler: Broadcast to the German People On The Winter Help Scheme

“If the Jew wants to fight, it is fine with us. We have wanted that fight for a long time. There is no room in the world for the Jews any more. The Jew or us, one of us will have to go” - The Jews or Us by Robert Ley

“This battle is not fought to its end, then take a look at the peoples five hundred years from now. I think you will find but few images of God,” - Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

Although many of their comments were deleted by moderators, the ones that made it through achieved 480 upvotes to only 16 downvotes.

Which is really depressing.

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