Political Science, 1926

Anyone who doesn’t like communism or Antifa, and believes biology plays a role in human life.

The word “Nazi” is English slang for a member of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) which promoted national socialism (or Nationalsozialismus). In 1926, Joseph Goebbels published *”Der Nazi-Sozi”* (“The Nazi-Sozi”) which referred to the abbreviated term “Sozi” (socialist) conjoined to a common slur for simple Bavarian peasants. The party hated Marxism, Communism, Bolshevism, and Jews; and had a doctrinal belief in a biological origin of German superiority. The use of the term hyperbolically in literature to denote extreme behaviour arose in the early-1980s, leading to Rush Limbaugh’s infamous use of the term “feminazi”.