Italian Fascism: An Interpretation

Truth Darts

James Whisker

http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v04/v04p–5_Whisker.html

… Fascism was touted by Mussolini as a unique combination of thought and action, yet fascism was still seeking an ideology after the Second World War was over. The roots of fascism are many and complex. The fascist leadership, notably Mussolini, admitted the multi-faceted influences of liberalism, marxism, syndicalism,risorgimento, socialism, catholicism and nationalism on their ideology … Italian fascism was the first application of what would become a generic ideology encompassing, or allegedly encompassing, movements of the political right in every nation of Western Europe, the United States, the British Commonwealth nations and even Japan.

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Italian psychiatrist: Italy could soon look like Nigeria and could completely lose control

He nailed it…

Remember The 14 Words

In a TV interview Italian psychiatrist Alessandro Meluzzi said about Italy that “when a society loses its identity, we will soon find ourselves living in a city like Lagos, Nigeria”.

The psychiatrist was referring to the influx of hundreds of thousands of migrants into Italy. He said his country is heading towards a “completely out of control society” and that he “dares not to think about the effects of half a million migrants on Italy’s cities”. According to him “they come from a place with a high crime rate where human life is of little value”.

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Benito Mussolini’s – “Fundamental Ideals of Fascism”

"Neues Europa"

 Benito Mussolini

If I advance, follow me;
if I retreat, kill me;
if I die, avenge me!
It is better to live one day as a lion than a hundred years as a sheep!

— Benito Mussolini

1. – Like every sound political conception, Fascism is both practice and thought; action in which a doctrine is immanent, and a doctrine which, arising out of a given system of historical forces, remains embedded in them and works there from within. Hence it has a form correlative to the contingencies of place and time, but it has also a content of thought which raises it to a formula of truth in the higher level of the history of thought. In the world one does not act spiritually as a human will dominating other wills without a conception of the transient and particular reality under which it is necessary to act, and of the…

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