It’s meant to be a mirror of Maoist China, Democratic Kampuchea, North Korea and East Germany. Eaton and Albani both represent Americanized Nazism, but going in different ways. Eaton’s/Rockwell’s American Nazism proclaims that America was always a proto-Nazi society and just needs to go back to that, with “improvements,” and ironically using many of the critiques of early American society (slavery, expansionism) as proof of this point. Albani’s Nazism believes that America was fundamentally liberal, and holds more to the Hitlerian idea that America is “half-Jew, half-Negro,” and must therefore be totally purged and rebuilt from the ground up. Like I said before, it’s a funhouse mirror of East Germany: the current East American regime is very self-conscious about its anti-Nazi past, and wants to “atone for its sins.” And when you have a society that’s constantly self-flagellating for its original sin, you get very twisted ideas and policies.