Nazi imagery doesn't necessarily advocate genocide (especially since the swastika is a symbol used by many different groups of people from all over the world). Context matters. Unless you're directly advocating for violence, or constantly harassing someone individually, then there is no ground for ANYTHING to be banned. Just like in the USA, people tend to reclaim historical symbols for their own needs, a practice, that, I find a lot healthier then sectioning off entire symbols.
I think you mis-understand how extremism of all brands spread. If you've extremism spreading in your country, then that's a failure of the state to provide for it's citizens. You don't ever see people flocking to extreme ideas in a prosperous time. People go to the extremes when they feel they have no other option. Case and point: Modern day USA, Wiemar Germany, Czarist Russia, Late Bourbon France. Nazis don't just come out of nowhere, and banning it certainly doesn't prevent it. (see 3rd paragraph of #46)
who's to say it won't be one of your opinions banned in 30 years? or mine? Or maybe moderate conservatism? I hate to soud like a conservative, but the way the world is going, anything is possible, because when you concede one, you then open the doors to all kinds of fishy shenanigans.
I'm pretty confident the USA hasn't always been shit, and even if guns of all kinds were out lawed it wouldn't really change the underlying problems that face the country atm. Crime rates wouldn't change, gangs would still be a problem, police would have even more power, and the average person would have even fewer tools of self-defense. No, I'm happy with my guns, thanks.
Chill with the insults, you're just making yourself sound like a prick