Dude Thinks I Would Not Have Been A Nazi

The Expatriate
Achtung! You are 38% brainwashworthy, 18% antitolerant, and 23% blindly patriotic
Congratulations! You are not susceptible to brainwashing, your values and cares extend beyond the borders of your own country, and your Blind Patriotism does not reach unhealthy levels. If you had been German in the 30s, you would’ve left the country.

One bad scenario — as I hypothetically project you back in time — is that you just wouldn’t have cared one way or the other about Nazism. Maybe politics don’t interest you enough. But the fact that you took this test means they probably do. I’m gonna give you the benefit of the doubt.

Did you know that many of the smartest Germans departed prior to the beginning of World War II, because they knew some evil shit was brewing? Brain Drain. Many of them were scientists. It is very possible you could have been one of them.

Conclusion: born and raised in Germany in the early 1930’s, you would not have been a Nazi.

The Would You Have Been A Nazi? Test
– it rules –
My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 46% on brainwashworthy
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You scored higher than 13% on antitolerant
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You scored higher than 21% on patriotic

Link: The Would You Have Been a Nazi Test written by jason_bateman on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

2 thoughts on “Dude Thinks I Would Not Have Been A Nazi”

  1. odd. i scored 7% brainwashworthy, 31% antitolerant, and 23% blindly patriotic. i don’t really consider myself “blindly patriotic”, but I’m pretty goddamned antitolerant, if you’re asking me to tolerate politicians, journalists, and many lawyers.

    guess i’m just bull-headed. or thick-headed. whatever.

  2. It’s a cool idea for a quiz, but reality is weirder. I actually know someone who grew up in Germany and actively distributed anti-Nazi sermons given by his bishop.

    He was nonetheless conscripted (an SS officer put a gun to his head) into the German army/air force and fought for the Nazis. He shot down multiple Allied planes during the war.

    For him I’d argue that psychological factors didn’t matter as much as social factors (Catholicism and respect for his bishop).

    I’d be interested in the background of the quiz writer as there’s a well known book called “The Authoritarian Personality” which attempted to explain adherence to totalitarian regimes on the basis of personality.

    I don’t remember what the precise characteristics of the authoritarian personality are any more, but this person’s assumptions sound like the intellectual descendant of those ideas.

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