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29th Apr '16 5:07:44 AM SolariusScorch
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* VideoGame/{Piratez}: Taken to a comical extent with the Humanist faction, a human-supremacist group that holds mutant pogroms, dresses in what looks like Nazi uniforms, inexplicably wields World War II-era German weaponry, and flies ships shaped like ''giant swastikas''.

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* VideoGame/{Piratez}: VideoGame/{{Piratez}}: Taken to a comical extent with the Humanist faction, a human-supremacist group that holds mutant pogroms, dresses in what looks like Nazi uniforms, inexplicably wields World War II-era German weaponry, and flies ships shaped like ''giant swastikas''.
29th Apr '16 5:06:57 AM SolariusScorch
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* VideoGame/{Piratez}: Taken to a comical extent with the Humanist faction, a human-supremacist group that holds mutant pogroms, dresses in what looks like Nazi uniforms, inexplicably wields World War II-era German weaponry, and flies ships shaped like ''giant swastikas''.
5th Apr '16 5:19:40 PM DragonLizardProductions
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* The The Empire of Russiama from ''Webcomic/TalesOfTheSkullKing'' who are in the process of exterminating the Dwarven people who they nicknamed "Drews".
** Doesn't help that they also speak with stereotypical german spelling such as "Zee" and "Zhem".
14th Mar '16 11:42:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'': When Hiro travels to the future aftermath of the destruction of New York City, the future depicts Nathan Petrelli [[spoiler:(actually Sylar, who had killed Nathan far earlier)]] as president, as well as a hunting down of evolved humans in a very similar manner to UsefulNotes/NaziGermany. Mohinder even mentions sarcastically leading evolved humans into gas chambers when expressing disgust towards "Nathan's" request to test a serum that would kill evolved humans on Hiro.

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* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'': ''Series/{{Heroes}}'':
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When Hiro travels to the future aftermath of the destruction of New York City, the future depicts Nathan Petrelli [[spoiler:(actually Sylar, who had killed Nathan far earlier)]] as president, as well as a hunting down of evolved humans in a very similar manner to UsefulNotes/NaziGermany. Mohinder even mentions sarcastically leading evolved humans into gas chambers when expressing disgust towards "Nathan's" request to test a serum that would kill evolved humans on Hiro.



* The Kromaggs in ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' are changed to this after the show was moved to Sci Fi Channel. They start wearing Nazi-like uniforms, having breeding programs, and claiming to be the master race. They also perform cruel experiments on humans in order to further their scientific knowledge.

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The Kromaggs in ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' are changed to this after the show was moved to Sci Fi Channel. They start wearing Nazi-like uniforms, having breeding programs, and claiming to be the master race. They also perform cruel experiments on humans in order to further their scientific knowledge.



* The ''Series/SpaceAboveAndBeyond'' episode "Eyes" tries to paint Nicholas Chaput, one of two candidates for UN Secretary-General, as this. The emblem of his political party is four "E"s placed in a [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything vaguely swastika-like arrangement]], he is [[InformedAttribute described as "far right"]], and [[spoiler:his thwarted assassin asks West "what if someone had got to Hitler before he rose to power?"]]
** Ends up being a bit of [[spoiler:BaitAndSwitchTyrant]]--Chaput [[spoiler:tells West his political rival's [[MegaCorp corporation]] may have instigated war with the Chiggs]].

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* The ''Series/SpaceAboveAndBeyond'' episode "Eyes" tries to paint Nicholas Chaput, one of two candidates for UN Secretary-General, as this. The emblem of his political party is four "E"s placed in a [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything vaguely swastika-like arrangement]], he is [[InformedAttribute described as "far right"]], and [[spoiler:his thwarted assassin asks West "what if someone had got to Hitler before he rose to power?"]]
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power?"]] Ends up being a bit of [[spoiler:BaitAndSwitchTyrant]]--Chaput [[spoiler:tells West his political rival's [[MegaCorp corporation]] may have instigated war with the Chiggs]].



* Colonel Green, the WorldWarIII leader recreated in the ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode "The Savage Curtain" as a symbol of evil, was portrayed this way in the ExpandedUniverse novel ''Literature/StarTrekFederation'', where he's the leader of the "Optimum Movement", and his symbols include geometric shapes (interlocked triangles, rather than the swastika) and black eagles. This portrayal was continued in the ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' episodes dealing with Terra Prime, with the hate-group's admiration of Green reflecting the neo-Nazi attitude to Hitler. (The Terra Prime arc was partly written by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, who also wrote ''Federation''.) [[{{Anvilicious}} A loud thudding sound]] accompanied ''Federation'' making its BigBad, [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign Adrik Thorsen]] (presumably intended to be a German name, but it ended up more Scandinavian...still Middle-to-Upper Europe, though), be blonde and blue-eyed.
** [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries The original series]] featured the episode "Patterns of Force" which was [[RecycledInSpace Nazis in Space]].

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Colonel Green, the WorldWarIII leader recreated in the ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode "The Savage Curtain" as a symbol of evil, was portrayed this way in the ExpandedUniverse novel ''Literature/StarTrekFederation'', where he's the leader of the "Optimum Movement", and his symbols include geometric shapes (interlocked triangles, rather than the swastika) and black eagles. This portrayal was continued in the ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' episodes dealing with Terra Prime, with the hate-group's admiration of Green reflecting the neo-Nazi attitude to Hitler. (The Terra Prime arc was partly written by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, who also wrote ''Federation''.) [[{{Anvilicious}} A loud thudding sound]] accompanied ''Federation'' making its BigBad, [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign Adrik Thorsen]] (presumably intended to be a German name, but it ended up more Scandinavian...still Middle-to-Upper Europe, though), be blonde and blue-eyed.
** [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries The original series]] featured the episode "Patterns of Force" which was [[RecycledInSpace Nazis in Space]].



** In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', The Cardassians are a clear analogue to a Fascist dictatorship, but as a whole, they're a mix of most of the major Fascist powers. Their actions during the Occupation of Bajor, however, have clear and distinct parallels to the Nazi regime - right down to the forced-labor camps and their treatment of prisoners. This is alluded to throughout the first season and then put clearly on display in its second-to-last episode, "Duet," which deals with the labor camp Gallitep and Kira's reaction to one of its [[spoiler:supposed]] former officers - the parallels to Auschwitz are undeniable.
*** The parallel is never more clear than during this chilling monologue showing the Cardassian attitude toward Bajorans:

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** * In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', The Cardassians are a clear analogue to a Fascist dictatorship, but as a whole, they're a mix of most of the major Fascist powers. Their actions during the Occupation of Bajor, however, have clear and distinct parallels to the Nazi regime - right down to the forced-labor camps and their treatment of prisoners. This is alluded to throughout the first season and then put clearly on display in its second-to-last episode, "Duet," which deals with the labor camp Gallitep and Kira's reaction to one of its [[spoiler:supposed]] former officers - the parallels to Auschwitz are undeniable.
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undeniable. The parallel is never more clear than during this chilling monologue showing the Cardassian attitude toward Bajorans:



** The ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Nothing Human" had The Doctor consulting a holographic recreation of the Cardassian Dr. Crell Moset, before being informed by a Bajoran crewmember that Moset was a war criminal who conducted "experiments" on Bajoran force-labor camp workers, not unlike those done on concentration camp prisoners during WWII.

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** * The ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Nothing Human" had The Doctor consulting a holographic recreation of the Cardassian Dr. Crell Moset, before being informed by a Bajoran crewmember that Moset was a war criminal who conducted "experiments" on Bajoran force-labor camp workers, not unlike those done on concentration camp prisoners during WWII.
14th Mar '16 11:38:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/StargateSG1'' gave us the Eurondans, who were [[spoiler:a white supremacist nation locked in a bunker with most of the planet occupied by their enemies (called “Breeders”, because they [[FelonyMisdemeanor had children without regard for race]]) who they tried to kill with poison gas. Also [[PuttingOnTheReich put on the Reich]]]].
** There's a moment when Adar, the leader, expresses that he does not wish for Teal'c to return to his world. Initially it seems that he is uncomfortable because Teal'c is Jaffa, but it's soon made apparent the reason he states Teal'c is "not like us" is because [[FantasticRacism he is black]].

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* ''Series/StargateSG1'' gave us the Eurondans, [[spoiler:Eurondans]], who were [[spoiler:a a white supremacist nation locked in a bunker with most of the planet occupied by their enemies (called “Breeders”, because they [[FelonyMisdemeanor had children without regard for race]]) who they tried to kill with poison gas. Also [[PuttingOnTheReich put on the Reich]]]].
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Reich]]. There's a moment when Adar, the leader, expresses that he does not wish for Teal'c to return to his world. Initially it seems that he is uncomfortable because Teal'c is Jaffa, [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Jaffa]], but it's soon made apparent the reason he states Teal'c is "not like us" is because [[FantasticRacism he is black]].black.
6th Mar '16 1:46:07 PM 20person
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** Unfortunately, by the events of ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the Eastern Brotherhood of Steel have not just forgotten but purposefully buried the altruistic and humanitarian ideals pushed by Owyn Lyons and his daughter Sarah (who they say were too soft) and become... Well, let's just say it is a trifle odd that your induction exam isn't really concerned with your physical health and psychological stability, instead asking you strange questions like if you've ever been exposed to large amounts of radiation, if you've ever had sex with a non-human, or if you'd ever hesitate to kill any enemy of the Brotherhood.

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** Unfortunately, by the events of ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the Eastern Brotherhood of Steel have not just forgotten but purposefully buried the altruistic and humanitarian ideals pushed by Owyn Lyons and his daughter Sarah (who they say were too soft) and become... Well, let's just say it is a trifle odd that your induction exam isn't really concerned with your physical health and psychological stability, instead asking you strange questions like if you've ever been exposed to large amounts of radiation, radiation (which is how Ghouls come about), if you've ever had sex with a non-human, or if you'd ever hesitate to kill any enemy of the Brotherhood.



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27th Feb '16 7:59:20 PM jormis29
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* The German film ''Das Experiment'' is a fictionalized dramatization of the Stanford Prison Experiment, which emphasizes the Nazi-like aspects of the guards' behavior. In case the point isn't obvious enough, their leader actually resembles a blond Hitler.

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* The German film ''Das Experiment'' is a fictionalized dramatization of the Stanford Prison Experiment, StanfordPrisonExperiment, which emphasizes the Nazi-like aspects of the guards' behavior. In case the point isn't obvious enough, their leader actually resembles a blond Hitler.
26th Feb '16 10:37:09 AM DarkPhoenix94
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** T'Challa accuses Baron Zemo of being little more than a Nazi. The other man objects, claiming to be TheSocialDarwinist and that Nazism's obsession with race got in the way of true Social Darwinism, before remarking [[YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame that T'Challa was far superior to any of the Nazis.]]
24th Feb '16 4:20:04 PM Dravencour
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* Wrestling/{{TNA}} had Mexican America, who were encouraging "Hispanics" to takeover the USA/Florida because, in Hernandez's words, "They are the superior race!", however, these words proved to be much narrower than thought when Mexican America assaulted someone sitting at the SpanishAnnouncersTable because they discovered one of them was a Mexican and didn't hate his broadcast partner who wasn't, even though he was still of Latin Nationality and Hispanic descent. Mexica/Chicanos were apparently the only "race" they cared about. They did accept aid from a gringo in Wrestling/JeffJarrett though, who felt obligated to in order to back up the claim he was "King Of Mexico" after winning Wrestling/{{AAA}}'s Mega Title. Ironically, of the four members of the stable, only one was fully of Mexican descent. Hernandez is of both Mexican and Puerto Rican descent, [[Wrestling/TheaTrinidad Rosita]] is of Puerto Rican descent, and Wrestling/{{Sar|ahStock}}ita is Canadian (real name Sarah Stock).[[/folder]]

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* Wrestling/{{TNA}} had the stable Mexican America, who were encouraging "Hispanics" to takeover the USA/Florida because, in Hernandez's words, "They are the superior race!", however, these words proved to be much narrower than thought when Mexican America assaulted someone sitting at the SpanishAnnouncersTable because they discovered one of them was a Mexican and didn't hate his broadcast partner who wasn't, even though he was still of Latin Nationality and Hispanic descent. Mexica/Chicanos were apparently the only "race" they cared about. They did accept aid from a gringo in Wrestling/JeffJarrett though, who felt obligated to in order to back up the claim he was "King Of Mexico" after winning Wrestling/{{AAA}}'s Mega Title. Ironically, of the four members of the stable, only one was fully of Mexican descent. Hernandez is of both Mexican and Puerto Rican descent, [[Wrestling/TheaTrinidad Rosita]] is of Puerto Rican descent, and Wrestling/{{Sar|ahStock}}ita is Canadian (real name Sarah Stock).[[/folder]]
24th Feb '16 4:16:37 PM Dravencour
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'', the Skaven are seen as very analogous to the Third Reich, what with their super technology, horrifying experiments, rune iconography (one of the more commonly used ones IS a Svastika, except with 3 arms), disregard for human life, plan to conquer the world by killing everyone worthless (i.e. everyone, period) and the fact they have a unit called "Storm Vermin".

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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'', the Skaven are seen as very analogous to the Third Reich, what with their super technology, horrifying experiments, rune iconography (one of the more commonly used ones IS is a Svastika, except with 3 arms), swastika-styled triskelion), disregard for human life, plan to conquer the world by killing everyone worthless (i.e. everyone, period) and the fact they have a unit called "Storm Vermin".
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