...cue the Godwin's Lawyers?... It's Merely Memetic
From my limited understanding, Godwin's Law was actually:
"As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1."
I made no statement about the veracity of your comment, merely pointing out that the discussion must have passed that magical point at which Nazis were mentioned.
For the record, I thought it appropriate, but humorous and ironic enough to mention Godwin.
Just to add my own layer of (albeit inept) irony, of course.
If there is still an official Nazi Party, and the Mail or their editors are actual members, surely that would lead to some inditement? Possibly prosecution?
I appreciate Fascism is no joke, but it is present in many forms, on many forums. To the extent it is covered by freedom of expression, this is something we must all endure - but not silently.
Once more, apologies if I caused offence, it was not meant.
PS I would LOVE to see newspapers called out on their previous political stances, especially the discredited ones.