Talk:List of Rockwellian National Socialist organizations

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On the Jew, Frank Cohen and other B'nai B'rith "Nazis"

I found this interesting article and I think there is a ring of truth to it. The Jews have created in the United States, a Hollywood hysteria around the concept of National Socialist ("Nazi"), a certain caricature and then some dupes (usually uniform fetishists) or out and out Jews, like Frank Cohen have set up certain groups, to discredit ethnic European politics. IMO there should be a separation of pre and post war groups claiming to be national socialist and we should cast a discerning eye over the latter especially, reviewing each case by case. Some of these such as Matt Koehl's group seem to be genuine, but we should focus mostly on the historical German movement. - Basileus 11:19, 24 August 2011 (CEST)

Yes, there have been several groups that claim to be National Socialist but failed on several counts. I don’t know if Frank Cohen was actually ran by B'nai B'rith or was just a sick Jew who wanted to play Nazi. I have read the Canadian Nazi Party in the 1960s was a phony Jew-run group. - NatAll75 11:35, 24 August 2011 (CEST)
Please, add some active NS organisations: "Devenir Europeo" from Spain (http://www.devenireuropeo.org/), National Socialist Party of Great Britain from England (http://nationalsocialistwar.blogspot.com/) and Vanguardia Nacional from Perú. Thanks.--Eosphoros (my talk) 00:34, 5 September 2011 (CEST)

Title

I suggest a new title: Post-1945 National Socialist organizations - NatAll75 15:21, 11 May 2013 (CEST)

IMO the title is fair because all of these organisations are inspired directly by Rockwell's idea of NS (or were involved with the World Union of National Socialists) and its connection to actual German/European National Socialism is highly contentious. There needs to be a clear differentiation between what actual European National Socialists were doing just after WWII, like the Socialist Reich Party in Germany or various exiles who had fled to Franco's Spain and the 1960s American subculture around the personality of Rockwell. Basileus 19:52, 11 May 2013 (CEST)