Originally Posted by FineTunes
Proof that tm answered the question would be nice.
It was answered. You've even quoted it. You even quoted and noted that myself and another poster were going back and forth about it. You said you wanted proof. I said let's agree on a definition and Ill give proof. You've spammed the thread since then and now are trying to alter what you said dozens of posts back.
Originally Posted by FineTunes
I don't think that "Seg." ever claimed to be part of a master race---making things up again?
He gave the definition of those who disagree with him. The label is easy to see. Sorry if you don't like the definition. Perhaps you and he would prefer the term untermensch instead.
You state that something is beneath human nature, then by definition you are saying they are under humans or subhumans. I have no doubt that since Seg loves the author of Übermensch
so much and clearly labels and considers those in disagreement to be inferior.
As the article notes....
The term Übermensch was a favourite of the Nazi regime, which borrowed selectively (and superficially) from Nietzsche's work and sought to adopt him as a philosophical mascot. Their conception of the Übermensch, however, was racial in nature, whereas Nietzsche himself was vehemently critical of both antisemitism and German nationalism.  The Nazi notion of the master race also spawned the idea of "inferior races" (Untermenschen) which could be dominated and enslaved; this term does not originate with Nietzsche.
See the difference between yourself, Seg and say... the Nazi's is that they applied the term racially. Now I always have to get clarification about racial stuff, something which I've asked your for now about a dozen times, because the European and American concepts of race are different. The American concept of race is wrapped up largely in skin color whereas in Europe it is wrapped up in religion, language, culture, etc.
So the Nazi's applied the concept via their European version of race. You appear to have applied it using the American form of race. We can't be sure since you won't answer questions but prefer to spam the thread. Regardless of how it is applied though the concept exists and when you hold in your mind the concept of Übermensch and the belief that others are Untermenschen, then you are practicing eugenics. You may be using different criteria to select your master race, but you are indeed practicing it.
Not surprisingly the Übermensch feel the Untermenschen are not capable of running their own lives. They promote policies and burdens to lessen their child bearing potential and ultimately to lessen their numbers completely. The Übermensch accomplish this by consolidating power in a large central government and dictating life to the Untermenschen. They don't feel bad denying them freedom or rights because of course they are that which must be overcome and that which is less than man.
The book's protagonist, Zarathustra, contends that "man is something which ought to be overcome:"
All beings so far have created something beyond themselves; and do you want to be the ebb of this great flood and even go back to the beasts rather than overcome man? What is the ape to man? A laughingstock or a painful embarrassment. And man shall be just that for the overman: a laughingstock or a painful embarrassment…
If this is not enough of an answer for you, or if you did not have this understanding prior to this, then you have it now. It is not hard to find statements from Democratic leadership that reflects this understanding at all. Every time they label voters or constituents as anything inferior, they are practicing this concept. They believe themselves the superior and believe they have failed to convince the inferior. When they believe the inferior cannot be convinced, they seek authoritarian forms of government and control and history has shown they do so violently and killing millions in the process.
I bid you good day.