Message from Kek in Front And Center #general
> thinking republicanism was successful
@Thomas Ryan I think we want the same things, but we may define fascism differently. Is that fair to say?
@Kek Welcome to the organization you joined
The organization that labels itself *American Fascists*
American Fascism, seen through a revolution and a period of change and implementation of new systems, will likely settle into a highly restrictive form of Republic with a voting class chosen not by wealth or by equality, but by a certain set of metrics which judge one's sacrifice to society as a greater whole. All great civilizations thrive off of the backs of one sacrificing for many. If that willingness is not present, it's game over.
Y'all bought your kekistan flags yet?
Meh to republics
@Fash Gordon UT I think it's fair to say that one of us may have a definition of Fascism that is a little closer to the mark than the other.
I think it would have been very interesting to see how the Italians, Germans, Romanians and even perhaps the British would have dealt with the exchange of power that happens as the result of the death of a leader, or the end of a period of revolution and war, but sadly we did not get to see their solutions on the matter.
Franco, for all his success, could not get his heir to properly carry the torch, which is something a bit unfortunate.
@Thomas Ryan That may be. I'm on board with your ideas, and if that's fascism than c'est la vie. Can you recommend a treatise on fascism that best supports what you're talking about?
C'est la vie, indeed.
Lemme see if I still have my pdf's.
Start there. 3, 2, 1.
100 Questions, then the Doctrine, then Tomorrow We Live.
@Thomas Ryan Thanks. I've had that book recommended to me a lot, so it's high time I've read it. The only book of fascist doctrine that I've looked into is Rosenberg's, and there were some things in there that I didn't necessarily agree with.
I feel like the British interpretation of Fascism is likely among the closest that we would see implemented in harmony with America's national spirit, although it is by no means an exact, we share much in the ways of our history of government and laws and all that.
Doctrine of Fascism by Mussolini is a good book on fascism. It provides a very short, boiled down explaination of the core characteristics, it's basically fascism for dummies
Anarcho Tyranny in one photo.
Y'all keeping up with the twp event?
"If I take that off, will you get doxxed?"
@Thomas Ryan that’s the Soldiers and Sailors monument at the center of Boston Common
Boston, gotcha gotcha. Pretty monument. Always double check so we have as few post-delete-postings as possible.