Quote: Briosaid @ 21st December 2019, 8:15 PM
Yes. And again It's just one person's opinion. Dig Hitler up and reinvigorate him, Bill, and he'd no doubt agree with your views.
It isn't one person's views it is a whole party, with seats in the EU Parliament and there are other anti EU parties of other countries with similar views.. Get your facts right.
Why do you feel this need to keep insulting me.
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Reductio ad Hitlerum
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Reductio ad Hitlerum (/?h?tl?r?m/; pseudo-Latin for "reduction to Hitler"; sometimes argumentum ad Hitlerum, "argument to Hitler", ad Nazium, "to Nazism"), or playing the Nazi card, is an attempt to invalidate someone else's position on the basis that the same view was held by Adolf Hitler or the Nazi Party, for example: "Hitler was against tobacco smoking, X is against tobacco smoking, therefore X is a Nazi".
Coined by Leo Strauss in 1953, reductio ad Hitlerum borrows its name from the term used in logic, reductio ad absurdum (reduction to the absurd). According to Strauss, reductio ad Hitlerum is a form of ad hominem, ad misericordiam, or a fallacy of irrelevance. The suggested rationale is one of guilt by association. It is a tactic often used to derail arguments, because such comparisons tend to distract and anger the opponent.