Greywarden >This is brutal everyone. Most Historians don't even know the definitions of Public and Private Sector.

Checkout Bel for example refrence: Bel "against the mainstream," P3.

Bel >"In addtion, the delivery of some public services that were produced by Government prior to the 1930's, especially social and labor related services, was transferred to the private sector, mainly to organizations within the party"

Greywarden > "Transferred to the Private Sector, mainly to organizations within the party?" I mean, this absolutely makes no sense if we consider the actual definitions. Mind you, this is a historian who seems to be clueless of the fact that State and Public are Polar Opposites of Individual and Private. The Nazi Party was not "the Private Sector." The Nazi Party was the State. The State is not Private! How a Historian reaches this erroneous conclusion beats me.
Greywarden >This is brutal everyone. Most Historians don't even know the definitions of Public and Private Sector. Checkout Bel for example refrence: Bel "against the mainstream," P3. Bel >"In addtion, the delivery of some public services that were produced by Government prior to the 1930's, especially social and labor related services, was transferred to the private sector, mainly to organizations within the party" Greywarden > "Transferred to the Private Sector, mainly to organizations within the party?" I mean, this absolutely makes no sense if we consider the actual definitions. Mind you, this is a historian who seems to be clueless of the fact that State and Public are Polar Opposites of Individual and Private. The Nazi Party was not "the Private Sector." The Nazi Party was the State. The State is not Private! How a Historian reaches this erroneous conclusion beats me.
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