Fascism

Fascist is a term of abuse that the left are very fond of. We should know what it means as distinct from what the lefties claim it means. It is Tyranny - see Fascism Defined or perhaps better Fascism - A Term Explained By Paul Gottfried. As Norman Tebbit tells us Fascism Is A Left Wing Cause, An Aspiring Tyranny

The Fascists were the party established by Benito Mussolini, that well known member of the Socialist Party in Italy and ran the place from 1922 to 1943. Their symbol was  the fasces (rods bundled around an axe), which were an ancient Roman symbol of the authority of magistrates This indicates attitudes to power and people.

The same attitudes have been held by the Nazis in Germany,  Francisco Franco in Spain and António de Oliveira Salazar in Portugal. The Wikipedia tells us that Fascism is a reaction to communism and Marxism but manages not to tell us that they are in fact identical in almost everything except their propaganda.

There is one major and significant difference between the policies of leftist and Fascist sympathizers. The right are nationalists and the left are against nationalism. The left are the ones who want Third World Immigration into white countries, which is why the left tells us that Racism is the ultimate sin. It is also true that communism is largely inspired, controlled and used by Jews. Having said that, the communist and fascists are vicious and hate liberty.

Look at the kind of people who tell you Racism is the great sin, while encouraging Homosexuality. You will see Nazis and Fascists in all but a few details. Some academics put views in a book, The Nature Of Fascism; it is  totalitarian & nationalist [ page 11 ] - Mussolini said: Everything for the state, nothing against the state, no one outside the state.

Fascism is a hierarchy which makes it attractive to conservatives, who do not realise that it is revolutionary. The Führerprinzip, the Leadership Principle is that the leader has absolute authority.

 

Fascism - A Term Explained By Paul Gottfried
Sean Gabb reviews a book and clarifies the word.

 

Fascism Defined By The Dictionary
[ fascism ] often capitalized :  a political philosophy, movement, or regime (as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition.

 

Fascism ex Wiki
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Fascism,......comprises a radical and authoritarian nationalist political ideology and a corporatist economic ideology.

Fascists believe that nations and/or races are in perpetual conflict whereby only the strong can survive by being healthy, vital, and by asserting themselves in conflict against the weak. Fascists advocate the creation of a single-party state. Fascist governments forbid and suppress criticism and opposition to the government and the fascist movement. Fascism opposes class conflict, blames capitalist liberal democracies for its creation and communists for exploiting the concept. Fascism is much defined by what it opposes, what scholars call the fascist negations - its opposition to individualism, rationalism, liberalism, conservatism and communism.  In the economic sphere, many fascist leaders have claimed to support a "Third Way" in economic policy, which they believed superior to both the rampant individualism of unrestrained capitalism and the severe control of state communism. This was to be achieved by a form of government control over business and labour (called "the corporate state" by Mussolini). No common and concise definition exists for fascism and historians and political scientists disagree on what should be in any concise definition.

Following the defeat of the Axis powers in World War II and the publicity surrounding the atrocities committed during the period of fascist governments, the term fascist has been used as a pejorative word.
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The similarities to Her Majesty's Government under Blair and Brown are strong. They rob and lie rather than being honest enough to do it blatantly. Collusion with big business makes bribery a way of life for politicians.

 

Fascism Is A Left Wing Cause, An Aspiring Tyranny   
Norman Tebbit
explains all.
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Over recent days I have become more  and more irritated by the skill of those on the Left in labelling any event of unreason or violence as being the work of "the far Right", and the foolishness of us on the Right for letting them get away with it.

James Bloodworth wrote recently in the New Statesman that UKIP's Anne Marie Waters  had "started out on the political left , but like Oswald Mosley before her has since veered dramatically to the right."  

We have been fortunate in this kingdom in that we have had only one prominent fascist, Oswald Mosley, who never held office in government at Westminster. I often see or hear references his political journey to the "far Right" from the wilfully ignorant. The facts are otherwise.

Mosley's journey started from his Conservative roots and his election as a Conservative Member of Parliament in 1918. He then defected to Labour, losing his seat in 1924, but returning as Labour Member for Smethwick in 1926 and taking office in the Labour Government  of Ramsay MacDonald as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in 1929. His advocacy of nationalisation of industry and a huge programme of public works (and who does that remind you of these days?) was rejected by the Labour government, and he resigned.

Mosley then became impressed by the collectivist ideas of Mussolini's Fascist Party and Hitler's National Socialist German Workers' Party, before founding the British Union of Fascists, which opposed war with Hitler's Germany. He was interned in 1940 by Churchill's wartime government.

After the war his National Party of Europe campaigned for "Europe a Nation", a proposed European super-state to  have been run according to principles of "European Socialism". Mosley died in 1980, still committed to the anti-Semitism he shared with the German National Socialists [ aka Nazis ] and Russian Communists, having never swung back to the Conservative roots he had torn up in 1923.  

With the Labour Party of today committed to far Left  policies akin to those rejected by Ramsay MacDonald 85 years ago, and the Lib Dems united only by their belief that the United Kingdom should not be a self-governing state, the political market is wide open for a party which could unite around the Thatcherite Conservative policies which saved the country in the 1980s.

It would be nice too if we could get away from the sheer nastiness which has of late been used in an effort to close down a good deal of entirely legitimate debate on public affairs. The believers in climate change came out to attack the BBC for allowing Lord Lawson air time to express some scepticism about the wilder claims of imminent climatological disaster.  One describing himself as a physicist tweeted that "there should be no debate anymore about climate change."

More recently Mr Corbyn sacked one of his front bench spokeswomen, Sarah Champion, for writing about the cultural background of the members of the gangs who abused and raped young white women in her Rotherham constituency.

On the other wing of politics James Chapman, a former aide of David Davis, made an intemperate attack on Boris Johnson in a call for a new party to overrule the decision of the British people in the European referendum. Of course he has every right to propose such a party, but to accuse David Davis of drunken bullying and inappropriate behaviour towards Diane Abbot is both silly and nasty.

Perhaps the very nature of the so-called "social media" on which so much of this nastiness is expressed – often by frustrated attention-seekers who have no other platform – has a role in the general degradation of comment and conduct over a much wider field than politics today.

Let me end this possibly slightly ill-natured outburst on a lighter note. The Labour mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has brought the rather charming floral Thames bridge project to a halt. Mr Khan said that he would no longer fund The Garden Bridge as it would never make money. Well, people pay hundred of pounds to have their photos taken on top of Sydney Harbour Bridge so I am inclined to think that Boris was right. But we shall never know. Without money the Garden Bridge Trust has now been closed.

If only Boris had called it the London Garden Bridge Trust (or LGBT for short), Diane Abbot might have fought to the death to save it.
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Tebbo is a rather sound sort of chap who got a hostile press. Oswald Mosley is a wrong one.

 

Real Fascism Comes From The Left [ 29 August 2017 ]
The Fascist Party was created as a break away from the Socialist Party by Benito Mussolini. The Nazis are specifically The National Socialist German Party while the Bolsheviks were the international socialists. They are Tyrannies all. Norman Tebbit explains all. The next article is a small example of the truth he tells.

 

 

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