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Vic Biorseth, Saturday,
January 17, 2015
Fascism: A regime over a government organization exalting the nation and (perhaps) an ethnicity or race above the individual and above citizen rights. It stands for strong centralized and autocratic government control, absolute economic and social regimentation, ruthless suppression of all opposition, and is headed by an absolute dictator. Fascism stresses primacy of the glorious state, unquestioned obedience to the leader and intolerance of dissent.
Fascist regimes teach subordination to the state and personal sacrifice for the good of the state. Fascism arises to power on political promises of rescuing the populace from economic, social and political chaos. It protects business, landowners and class structures threatened by chaos, worker uprisings and revolutions.
Variants of Fascism arose to power under Francisco Franco in Spain, Benito Mussolini in Italy, Adolph Hitler in Germany, and Hirohito in Japan.
Fascism first arose among Marxists in the period between the Great Wars in response to the Communist takeover of Russia and the ongoing revolutionary efforts of Communist agent provocateurs in creating and keeping worker unrest alive in other countries. Fascism was born of a rising fear of the increasingly provoked and increasingly organized working class. It was, in each case, a takeover of a budding International revolution by a National or Native revolution. It would be Our revolution rather than Their revolution.
The German variant emphasized the "Super-Race" aspect of the German people. The Italian variant emphasized the glory of the ancient Roman Empire. The Japanese variant emphasized the superiority of the Japanese race, and obedience to the Emperor-God. Just like Communism, they all lied.
Communism and Fascism are two sides of the same Marxist coin.
At the absolute root of every single variant of Marxism is the overall strategy of Niccolo Machiavelli, sometimes modified by the more progressive strategy of the Hegelian Dialectic. The goal is, quite simply, to assume absolute dictatorial power over the entire government. Pure and simple. Communism and Fascism are precisely alike in this actual strategy. Everything else is a lie. Everything else covers up the real strategy and the real purpose.
Only the dictators or would-be dictators, and perhaps their closest associates, are fully aware of this true strategy. The more removed from the dictator and his inner circle the other supporters are, the less they know about the real purpose, and they more they are "fooled" by the false propaganda. And everything - quite literally, everything - surrounding and describing Hitler, Mussolini, Hirohitto and Stalin was absolute false propaganda.
Fascism, like Communism, depends upon a population that can be fooled, in order to rise to dictatorial power. Once dictatorial power is attained, Fascism, like Communism, depends upon ruthless and brutal suppression of all opposition and even dissent.
Crony-Capitalism is a "Progressive" movement toward eventual Fascism. The Crony-Capitalist seeks partnership with government to achieve competitive advantage over some segment of the free market. Government regulation favoring their business but harming competitors, or, actual partnership with government in regulating or taxing or subsidizing some segment of the market in which they are deemed "expert".
Crony-Capitalists therefore must be seen as opposing Capitalism, because Capitalism is, quite definitively, the Free Market. To the extent that any part of it is controlled, to that same extent does it cease being a free market.
All variants of Marxism oppose Capitalism = the Free Market. On this point, Fascism and Communism agree.
Fascism seeks to eventually control all owners of Capital (property); Communism seeks to eventually own all Capital (property).
Note that these are not absolute rules. Since both forms of Marxism are purely dictatorial, the dictator may do whatever he wishes.
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Definitions of all the "isms" with a lot of consensus of thinking behind them, which makes them popular opinions or ideas seeking political favor.
Definition of Marxism: Total control of means of production, including workers. The definition of Marxism describes the social, economic and governmental philosophy of Karl Marx, co-author of the Communist Manifesto.
Definition of Freudianism: The psychoanalytical thought and practice of Freud, Jung and Kinsey. This definition of Freudianism addresses Sigmund Freud's turn of psychological focus from cognition and intellect to the unconscious & subconscious mind.
The definition of Darwinism in a nutshell. In the definition of Darwinism we find the foundational priciples upon which the quest for the atheist holy grail: the purely material origin of life itself.
Definition of Islam: Ideology of Military Conquest Masquerading as a Religion. The Definition of Islam describes the “Convert, Submit or Die” War Strategy of Mohammed.
The term Marxist defined: Marxism today has overtaken many earlier terms. Re the term Marxist defined in contemporary usage. The term Liberal doesn’t mean what it used to mean either.
Definition of Conservatism: "That government is best that governs the least." A definition of conservatism must recognize that, politically speaking, the terms Liberal and Conservative have traded places.
Definition of Libertarian : A Pro-Constitutional Practical Atheist. The definition of Libertarian describes a religiously-cleansed conservatism defending core American political values while denying moral absolutes.
Definition of Capitalism: Economic Organization based on Private Property. Any true definition of Capitalism must state that it is purely an Economic system, not a Government system, and it works most efficiently and profitably under Representative Government.
Our argument supporting the Rule of Subsidiarity, practicality and common sense. The moral and organizational Rule of Subsidiarity is crucial to the rights of man and essential for freedom.
Definition of Communism: Marx's theoretical classless utopian society. The Marxian definition of Communism involves the theoretical, perfect, classless society with common ownership of all economic "means of production."
Definition of Fascism: System of Marxism resisting the Worker's Revolution. A true definition of Fascism must recognize its deep roots in Marxism.
Definition of Anarchy: Opposition to State Authority in favor of - well - Gangs. They said it couldn’t be done; but even the most cursory Definition of Anarchy shows it to be even more stupid than Communism.
Definition of Socialism: Intermediary phase between Marxism and Communism. Definition of Socialism: 1) The older ideology with "collective" ownership of power and means of production; 2) Marx's "Dictatorship Of The Proletariat" evolving toward Communist Utopia.
Definition of Democracy: Ideology stressing direct or electoral majority rule. The definition of Democracy as a form of government involves policy and law determined by the actual, real majority of the people governed.
Definition of Republic: A state in which sovereignty rests with the people. This definition of Republic stresses autonomy and rule-of-law, and places the root of sovereignty in the people or their electorate.
Liberal Democracy defines elected representative government under rule-of-law. Liberal Democracy is differentiated from Social Democracy by not restricting the right to private property, which is to say, the means of production.
A pure Democracy that left the natural economy alone would be ideal. Pure Democracy in the Jeffersonian model, with unfettered free market Capitalism, would out-perform any other system.
Description of pure Socialism - the ideal that all Socialism is driving toward. A true, pure Socialism would be something considerably less than the Utopians dream of, since perfection is not of this world, or of this life, and will never be encountered in either.
Social Democracy defines an attempt to force-fit Marxist ideas into a Democracy. Social Democracy, neither fish nor foul, seeks, by devious means, by the gradual rather than revolutionary path, the ultimate victory of Communism, or, Communist Utopia.
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Our definition of anti American goes considerably deeper than the dictionary. Anyone, anywhere, may oppose nationalism or national pride. Definition of anti American: one who ignores or opposes the American Constitution.
Our definition of pro American goes considerably deeper than the dictionary. Anyone, anywhere, may be a patriot. Definition of pro American: one who loves and adheres to the American Constitution.
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