"Adolf Hitler, both in public and in private, expressed disdain for capitalism, arguing that it holds nations ransom in the interests of a parasitic cosmopolitan rentier class. He opposed free market capitalism's profit-seeking impulses and desired an economy in which community interests would be upheld.
Hitler distrusted capitalism for being unreliable due to its egotism, and he preferred a state-directed economy that is subordinated to the interests of the Volk."
"Another radical Nazi, Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, had stressed the socialist character of Nazism, and claimed in his diary in the 1920s that if he were to pick between Bolshevism and capitalism, he said "in final analysis", "it would be better for us to go down with Bolshevism than live in eternal slavery under capitalism"."
This was a good try but you're still not getting it.
Refuting an assertion is now a prediction? What is wrong with you?
Yes. If it is asserted that the future outcome will be in the set A, and you refute that assertion, you are yourself making an assertion that the future outcome, call it f, will be in the set U - A where U is the possible universe of outcomes.
Originally Posted by JiggyMac
Saying "you're wrong" is not the same as saying "I'm right". Logic, escaping Leftists since time immemorial.
"You're wrong" is not equivalent to "I'm right", but they are both statements that are dependent on fact.