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Do we need a good bit of Fascism?

Do we need a good bit of Fascism?  

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  1. 1. How sexual is the idea of fascism to you?

    • Gummi Porn Gimp Adolf (Full on fascism)
    • Hitler only has one ball (Fascism only without the war and genocide)
    • Antifa stole my transgendered girlfriend's penis (No Fascism)
    • A 6 pack of pepsi and a PS4

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Well do we? It's not like this democratic liberalism is doing us any good is it? Answer the entirely solemn and legally binding poll so I can forward it to SS Headquarters we can get a reasonable idea of how twisted and nasty we are as a forum. Because that's really important and not a thin excuse to have a stupid poll about Nazis.

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No-one ever fantasized about being tied to the bed by someone dressed as a Liberal.

Is this a trick question?  We've already got Fascism! 

There will become a time where today’s increasingly unhinged liberal nonsense gets obliterated by a force of pent-up rage from the silent majority. This natural rebalancing of order will be labelled ‘

1 hour ago, Reck B said:

There will become a time where today’s increasingly unhinged liberal nonsense gets obliterated by a force of pent-up rage from the silent majority. This natural rebalancing of order will be labelled ‘fascism’ by the usual suspects who have unwittingly summoned it upon themselves.

And might actually be fascism.

Offer the choice between Pol Pot and Hitler, don't be surprised of you get Hitler.

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6 minutes ago, swiss_democracy_for_all said:

Whoever imagined that an innocent piece of social media software with a nice cute birdlike name would become the way that fascism was implemented?


I’m going to give Ben Elton credit here. He didn’t exactly predict it would be Twatter but he came close:



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Totalitarianism comes from giving the state too much power..  either left or right the end game is usually the same.

As much as we complain about the left silencing and forcing their will on the right,  it is important to remember that the answer, tempting as it may be, isn’t to try to beat them at their own game of fascism..  but to continue to advocate for true liberalism and genuine equality.   

But I agree having watched recent Scottish parliamentary debate, how worrying it is that those with their hands on the levers of  power have lost sight of this.  We do need stronger leaders..  but not the type you are thinking of :/

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Except for the relatively small number of Fascist sympathizers, almost any English person would accept ‘bully’ as a synonym for ‘Fascist’. That is about as near to a definition as this much-abused word has come.

But Fascism is also a political and economic system. Why, then, cannot we have a clear and generally accepted definition of it? Alas! we shall not get one — not yet, anyway. To say why would take too long, but basically it is because it is impossible to define Fascism satisfactorily without making admissions which neither the Fascists themselves, nor the Conservatives, nor Socialists of any colour, are willing to make. All one can do for the moment is to use the word with a certain amount of circumspection and not, as is usually done, degrade it to the level of a swearword.



George Orwell: ‘What is Fascism?’
First published: Tribune. — GB, London. — 1944.

Here :- https://www.orwell.ru/library/articles/As_I_Please/english/efasc

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37 minutes ago, XswampyX said:

I think Mussolini coined the word Fascist - or more correctly, the Italian word Fascista from which the English equivalent is derived.

So arguably it means whatever Mussolini meant it to mean.

However he doesn't seem to have given any coherent or consistent meaning for the word.  And he regularly described himself as a Socialist.

I think the clearest we can get from Mussolini is "Fascism conceives of the State as an absolute, in comparison with which all individuals or groups are relative, only to be conceived in their relation to the State. "

This is consistent with the Roman Latin roots of the word - fasces - which was a bundle of sticks bound together with an axe, symbolising the power of the state in Rome and it's power of life and death over it's inhabitants.

The fasces seems to have been used originally by the Etruscans, but nobody knows exactly what it symbolised to them.

And no, we don't 'need a good bit of Fascism'. Or any, even.

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7 hours ago, TheBlueCat said:

No-one ever fantasized about being tied to the bed by someone dressed as a Liberal.

Come now. There were plenty of posters here salivating over the prospect of Jo Swinson getting her huge tits out and rubbing them up and down their heaving naked bodies, until an eruption of pleasure drenched them...

...oh sorry...

...where was I?

Oh yes, tits are good.

carry on as you were...

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Fascism, socialism, marxism, nazism, maoism whatever... key characteristics are totalitarianism and authoritarianism which we could do without in the West. I think the bigger difference this time around is the global corporations buying their way into positions of influence in government on a global scale, during WWII it happened but more nationally. I suspect there are corporate actors to be found even at the root of marxist organisations like blm. Hopefully after a (not too long) period of silliness we are currently going through, there is a good chance we will see a return to more limited mostly nationally orientated governments. One thing the internet can do is list and record public figures going along with the likes of blm rhetoric which is almost certainly devised to cause social division to distract the general population from what is happening to the economy and whatever the fuck is going on with c-19. Such a record could be used to hold these people to account at a later date, to identify them as unsuitable for leadership positions because they are too easily influenced.

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OP what makes you think fascism isn't here already?

Somebody above pointed out it's what Mussolini 'meant it to be' BUT

Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power” ― Benito Mussolini 

Extreme corporatism is here now, everywhere! Particularly with the banks, with facebook, twitter, Apple....

Next step, bend over and take your RFID up the ass, oh hold on, they don't need to do that anymore cos all the muppets are on their mobiles all the time xD

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1 hour ago, whitevanman said:

We have a powerful state controlling almost every aspect of our lives. Given the choice, I’d rather it was on my side rather than actively working against me. 

But it's only of benefit to you if you're one of 'troughers' ie you work for them or you're a benefit scrounger.....so are you either of these?

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