National Socialism is an ideology which demands in-depth exploration in order to come to a full understanding. Today I'm not going to be focusing on the ideology itself, I'll save that for a later date. Today I want to focus on those who call themselves National Socialists, the ones who "carry on the torch lit 97 years ago" as well as a few things that I see could use improvement.
My views on those who call themselves National Socialists have been drawn soley by my experiences. I would fully expect others have had different experiences than I. As for my experiences, however, I find that there are two distinct groups of National Socialists; there are the very polite, educated and mature National Socialists then there are the crude, uneducated, young National Socialists. In my experience, there is no in-between.
Starting off with the good, one of the most pleasant experiences I've had with a National Socialist was in my best friend. He's a very learned man; he's read Mein Kampf many times and dedicates his free time to researching further NS Germany. He was very patient and polite when I asked questions (at the time I knew nothing about National Socialism) and very kindly pointed me in the direction of where I could find more information.