Fascism’s Global Spread Is as Real as the Pandemic’s

In the world’s largest democracies, far-right movements that embrace violence, reject democracy, and target the vulnerable are on the rise. Sorgente: Opinion | Fascism’s Global Spread Is as Real as the Pandemic’s Opinion | Fascism’s Global Spread Is as Real as the Pandemic’s (commondreams.org)

Fascism, Post-Fascism, Populism and National Populism. On Ezno Traverso. — Tendance Coatesy

Les nouveaux visages du fascisme, d’Enzo Traverso, Paris, Textuel, 2017. Available in English: The New Faces of Fascism Populism and the Far Right Enzo Traverso. Verso, 2019. “German Fascism, like Italian fascism, raised itself on the backs of the petty bourgeoisie, which it turned into a battering ram against the organisations of the working class […]Continua a leggere “Fascism, Post-Fascism, Populism and National Populism. On Ezno Traverso. — Tendance Coatesy”

Dead fascist poets society: why CasaPound are no book club

The liberal commentariat seems to be completely unable to resist the allure of the far-right. The latest example: an article on Literary Hub that portrays violent neo-fascist gang CasaPound as some sort of edgy poetry club. Not to put too fine a point on it, Daniel Swift’s piece, Hanging Out With the Italian Neo-Fascists WhoContinua a leggere “Dead fascist poets society: why CasaPound are no book club”

THE FASCIST ORIGIN AND ESSENCE OF PRIVATIZATION

Preface by Washington’s Blog: We documented in 2009 that fascism and our current crony capitalist economy are indistinguishable. We noted in 2011 that America’s public resources are being raped and pillaged … just like those of small debt-saddled countries like Greece. The following short – but important – piece by Eric Zuesse shows that looting and privatization of public resourcesContinua a leggere “THE FASCIST ORIGIN AND ESSENCE OF PRIVATIZATION”

Fascism Defined and Described by Oswald Mosley

Fascism: One Hundred Questions Asked and Answered is a book published in 1936 by British fascist Oswald Mosley, and it is arguably the clearest first-person introduction to the topic for an Anglo reader, serving up less gobbledygook than most of the Continental sources. Mosley actually makes arguments for his point of view, and thinks throughContinua a leggere “Fascism Defined and Described by Oswald Mosley”

‘Not medicine, but poison’: Hungarian PM says his country does not need ‘a single migrant’

Right-wing Hungarian leader Victor Orban said refugees are less than welcome in Hungary, calling them “a poison” and “terror risk” at a joint press conference with his Austrian counterpart. He also rejected the migration policy the EU is trying to impose. Sorgente: ‘Not medicine, but poison’: Hungarian PM says his country does not need ‘aContinua a leggere “‘Not medicine, but poison’: Hungarian PM says his country does not need ‘a single migrant’”