Message from Anna the Benign in Anticom #general
I just don't see it that way
It really depends on who you ask
It's syncretic so you can't really define it that way
Though different movements or factions within a movement tend to be more right or left
I'm more Capitalist Fascist honestly
My brother is a plain AnCap though
True, fascism personifies differently in their respective nations
Isn't fascism basically just the idea that a bundle of twigs is harder to break?
The rise of a fascist Alt-Middle
facism > all others
It's an all encompassing worldview
You know, than a single twig?
That's just common sense
The Irish fascists were interesting
What form of Fascism do you follow?
We had many forms
Ailtirí na hAiséirghe were interesting
Translates to the Architects of the Ressurection
Personally to me, I figured the essense of fascism at least was that a people united are harder to break than an atomised people
A Faggot is stronger than a stick
All the principles of fascism are the same no matter where you are
A fascist movements differences in a given nation
Are just reflections of that nation
Implying you don't want communist third world nations to kill them off
I think Alfred Rosenberg is the most important fascist writer fwiw
(((Rosenberg))) but in all seriousness, I should look into that mate
Myth of the 20th century is a great read
I am curious what you believe the core of fascism is?
I'm trying to look into Fascism from multiple angles. I figure it just makes sense
ethnic unity :^)
ma ma mia
That's a rather non specific concept though "unity"
Mussolini said that race was a feeling
I think the raw essense is Unity/Brotherhood
How is it achieved