• Will buckets of KFC replace the fine dining that the Windsors are currently used to?

    Best answer: No, they will continue to have twelve course meals at the taxpayers expense washed down with 50yo bottles of wine and double oak aged scotch.
    Best answer: No, they will continue to have twelve course meals at the taxpayers expense washed down with 50yo bottles of wine and double oak aged scotch.
    9 answers · 15 hours ago
  • What effect will the Parkland school shooting and the gun control movement generated by young activists have on novels?

    Will firearms, especially assault rifles, be removed from novels?
    Will firearms, especially assault rifles, be removed from novels?
    10 answers · 6 months ago
  • What effect will the Florida shooting have on novels?

    Will writers remove firearms, especially assault weapons, from their novels and the characters only use knives, fists, etc.?
    Will writers remove firearms, especially assault weapons, from their novels and the characters only use knives, fists, etc.?
    4 answers · 8 months ago
  • Hi Please Answer My Question Please?

    Please Answer And Help Me To Release Myself From Pain And Everything Please My Question is that if i take 200 diazepam pills will i die im 17 years old and 100 kg if it is important please answer my question please
    Please Answer And Help Me To Release Myself From Pain And Everything Please My Question is that if i take 200 diazepam pills will i die im 17 years old and 100 kg if it is important please answer my question please
    4 answers · 2 years ago
  • Why did Hitler call his party the nationalist socialist workers party if he hated and wanted to kill socialists?

    Best answer: The Nazi Party destroyed the political apparatus of the working class, broke the trade union movement, and handed the economy over to German capitalist monopolies. "Socialism" in the mind of the NSDAP involved either the SA's street fighting fantasy of a German nation recast in the image of the right... show more
    Best answer: The Nazi Party destroyed the political apparatus of the working class, broke the trade union movement, and handed the economy over to German capitalist monopolies. "Socialism" in the mind of the NSDAP involved either the SA's street fighting fantasy of a German nation recast in the image of the right wing worker; or, the NSDAP's central apparatus' conception of a pliant breeding nation. "Socialism" was for the NSDAP the forced mobilization of the ethnic nation.

    Many Germans at the time, particularly right wing Germans, associated these values with a Bismarkian right wing policy that had been called "Socialism," in the sense of state provided goods and services. To take political advantage of this feeling, the NSDAP named itself "National Socialist." The NSDAP did not hope for the abolition of capitalism, nor for workers' control.

    In addition to this economic position, the NSDAP wanted to reunify their imaginary German nation by force; impose a German order on Europe through war; and to eliminate their imaginary racial "other."

    These combination of policies are considered "right wing."

    Ordinary socialism, in the sense of workers' control of production, was considered left wing at the time.
    5 answers · 2 years ago