The Silent Resurrection of Fascism – Part I, Introduction
Here’s my favorite amateur political analyst. We’ve all been taught that the American Right tends toward Fascism and the American Left toward Communism, but that may be shifting.
When one hears the word “Fascist”, the first thing that comes to mind is the image of the Axis powers of WWII, and the fiery end of those States. The other is a false image presented by leftists that is meant to accuse a person of siding with corporations or simply disagreeing with Socialism. However, since the first image is failure and the second is cartoonish and obviously fake, the result is a dismissal of Fascism as a potent force in the world today. Up till the turn of the century, this was absolutely true. Fascism was clearly dead. But that is no longer the case. When Communism universally fell, rotten at the core and unsustainable, those who desire power learned a lesson. It was not the lesson normal people would take from those events, but instead was that the particular form of Statism known as Communism would end in…
View original post 970 more words