I'm sure if one ignores the fact that Hitler thought that German born Jews weren't German and instead of getting a car they should get the gas chamber. Yeah I guess one could consider Hitler middle of the road. Right. It seems that regimes with leftist tend to go towards 'the entire' population and not selective just look at Cuba. Everybody get free ****. But being black or Jewish, poor or fat doesn't disqualify you from it. For you to claim that giving White-blue eyed Germans cars makes Nazism something that is up for discussion as far as the lean of the ideology goes is pretty dishonest. The people who today claim to be the new neo-nazis place themselves SQUARELY on the right. So how could Nazism not be far right?Various right-wing politicians and political parties in Europe welcomed the rise of fascism and the Nazis out of an intense aversion towards Communism. According to them, Hitler was the savior of Western civilization and of capitalism against Bolshevism. Among these supporters in the 1920s and early 1930s was the Conservative Party in Britain. During the later 1930s and 1940s, the Nazis were supported by the Falange movement in Spain, and by political and military figures who would form the government of Vichy France. A Legion of French Volunteers against Bolshevism (LVF) and other anti-Soviet fighting formations, were formed.
The British Conservative party and the right-wing parties in France appeased the Nazi regime in the mid- and late-1930s, even though they had begun to criticise its totalitarianism. Some contemporary commentators suggested that these parties did in fact still support the Nazis.