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"Il fascismo ha fatto anche cose buone" - Le peggiori bufale del ventennio
Per l’anniversario della Liberazione abbiamo smascherato le più grandi bufale del Fascismo.
Ma ascoltate le risposte di queste persone, vi spiazzeranno.
Italy  Italiano  Mussolini  Fascism  Public  History 
9 hours ago by dbourn
Hanau, Thüringen, Halle und die Verantwortung der CDU - Stephan Anpalagan, Krautreporter
Die CDU hat Rechtsextremen den Boden bereitet, mit ihnen paktiert und zusammengearbeitet – immer und immer wieder.
germany  politics  extremism  fascism  racism 
2 days ago by Rard
How Hindu supremacists are tearing India apart | World news | The Guardian
This sounds pretty terrifying.
For seven decades, India has been held together by its constitution, which promises equality to all. But Narendra Modi’s BJP is remaking the nation into one where some people count as more Indian than others.
bjp  abvp  rss  india  fascism  hindutva  politics  asia 
3 days ago by jm
Proposed Executive Order Would Mandate Classical Architecture For Federal Buildings : NPR
President Trump upset the architectural world when he proposed an executive order mandating traditional, classical architecture for new federal buildings, and calling some buildings "just plain ugly."
npr  donaldtrump  executiveorder  politics  usa  classical  neoclassical  gothic  architecture  building  fascism 
5 days ago by ceargaest
Reactionary modernism - Wikipedia
Reactionary modernism is a term first coined by Jeffrey Herf in his 1984 book, Reactionary Modernism: Technology, Culture and Politics in Weimar and the Third Reich, to describe the mixture of "great enthusiasm for modern technology with a rejection of the Enlightenment and the values and institutions of liberal democracy" which was characteristic of the German Conservative Revolutionary movement and Nazism.
books  politics  philosophy  conservative  ideology  fascism  reactionary  modernism  reference 
5 days ago by asaltydog
Can Americans Stop a Demagogue? - The American Prospect
Roberts-Miller: They become reality when the person making them has power. So people can engage in that kind of refusal to be accountable in the way that people troll on the internet. And if, people make a certain kind of argument on the Internet and if they get called on it, they’ll say, I was just making a joke, you can’t take a joke? But they’re just some jerk on the Internet as opposed to someone who has the authority to make these sorts of things happen. You know, Huey Long was famous for that kind of thing. For instance, Theodore Bilbo was as well, Joe McCarthy continually backed off of his claims.

Roberts-Miller: It’s a kind where you don’t know if they’re kidding or not. I’m kind of fascinated by the way that humor works in demagoguery because for one thing, as I said, it gives, it enables people to be unaccountable. I crawl around dark corners on the internet and argue with jerks and they do that all the time, you know, and the second that they get called out and you, and you prove that beyond reasonable doubt, they are completely and totally fabricating information, that’s when they’ll say jokes on you. I was kidding. But the, so it’s always a kick-down humor.

The humor is always jokes on you. That’s what Hitler did. If you listen to some of his speeches, the audience is laughing. And one of the most famous is a 1939 speech about Roosevelt, in response to Roosevelt’s attempt to bring peace and to find some way to kind of resolve things.

The audience is laughing the whole time and it’s completely that kind of satire. With Hitler he said very clearly, very early on in “Mein Kampf” exactly what he was going to do. And people didn’t take it seriously because they thought it was that kind of hyperbole in which he often engaged. And hyperbole has also a way of evading, enabling you to evade any kind of accountability.
politics  nazi  fascism  humor 
5 days ago by craniac
Roger Stone sentence: Judges worried about political interference
An association of federal judges has called an emergency meeting after Attorney General William Barr intervened in the case of Trump ally Roger Stone.
usatoday  rogerstone  law  judiciary  court  williambarr  donaldtrump  fascism  gop  usa  politics  departmentofjustice  doj  judge 
5 days ago by ceargaest
in the dark about the dark enlightenment | hbd chick
so, there were a couple of hit pieces on the dark enlightenment — and human biodiversity — in the telegraph this week: “Meet The Dark Enlightenment: sophisticated neo-fascism that…
blog  politics  philosophy  conservative  ideology  fascism  reactionary  modernism  reference 
6 days ago by asaltydog

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