I'm not the foremost authority on national socialism and fascism, but I'll give my own take on it.
Yes. This is just human nature: the desire to live next to those of your own kind. People do this subconsciously without realizing, and it's why in countries with multiple races inside its borders, these different races will form their own neighborhoods where only others of the same race are accepted to join them.>Women belong into the kitchen
Yes. We generally see the women's liberation movement to have been a net negative to both society and the happiness of both men and women. Men tend to be happiest out in the work force, while women tend to be happiest at home where they can be taken care of. We simply want to reaffirm this.>Affinity for war
Yes and no. We don't desire
war, and we would much rather simply that countries could learn to respect each other and their own sovereignty. But, as they say, if you want peace, prepare for war.>Centralized society
Yes and no. On a national scale, yes, as it's much harder for subversive elements to infiltrate a small, tightly-knitted group than it is a large, divided one. On a local scale, no.>Lack of freedom
That depends on your definition of freedom, but if you mean everyone is essentially a slave to the government, then no.>Stubborness
Yes. Sometimes, it's a virtue to be resolute in your convictions, and to give no ground to those who would not do so to you.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.