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Is Fascism Right Or Left? MUST WATCH

Every Republican president since the 1970s has been called a fascist. Ironic, no? After all, fascism has its roots in the left. Dinesh D'Souza, author of The Big Lie, explains.

 
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Right Or Left is a false dichotomy and a meaningless question.
You should be asking if Fascism is Nationalist or Internationalist.
Republicans and democrats are the international jew right and left.
Republicans and democrats hate fascism because fascism is nationalistic.
Commie psychos call every ideology slighty at their right fascism they shouldn't be taken seriously.
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Right Or Left is a false dichotomy and a meaningless question.
You should be asking if Fascism is Nationalist or Internationalist.
Republicans and democrats are the international jew right and left.
Republicans and democrats hate fascism because fascism is nationalistic.
Commie psychos call every ideology slighty at their right fascism they shouldn't be taken seriously.
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Right Or Left is a false dichotomy and a meaningless question.
You should be asking if Fascism is Nationalist or Internationalist.
Republicans and democrats are the international jew right and left.
Republicans and democrats hate fascism because fascism is nationalistic.
Commie psychos call every ideology slighty at their right fascism they shouldn't be taken seriously.
If only these truths could cure the dumbed down Whites .
 
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Back to the text; jew fiction such as "right/left" is , at this point, a media flimflam invention ; as far as whites should care . Identify the common enemy.

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Identify the common enemy.
Or not
 
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Not being a Fascist, I cannot speak authoritatively for Fascism.

However, National Socialism is a subject of the same debate: is it leftwing (as the Right charges) or is it rightwing (as the Left charges)?

Here is the way that my old friend and comrade Matt Koehl put it:
"The Old Order has its leftwing and its rightwing. But we National Socialists are not part of the Old Order. Consequently, we are not part of either its leftwing or its rightwing. Rather, we represent a resurgent New Order for Aryan humanity, and as such we transcend the traditional Left/Right dichotomy."
That is the best way to understand it, rather than trying to cram either National Socialism or Fascism into some ideological pigeonhole in which is does not fit.
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Fascism and National Socialism had a common trajectory they started as radical revolutionary nationalist movements using some left-wing tactics to achieve power.
When power was at hand they allied themselves with conservative nationalists because right-wingers are more stable when you have a whole country to govern.
When you don't have power, you should unite with the revolutionary elements of society, when you achieve power you should unite with the conservative elements of society.
So you can say Fascism/NS were left before the nationalist revolution and right after after the nationalist revolution this transition happened in different periods of time.
Third position politics isn't the left or right as you know it they are opposed to both communism and capitalism.
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National Socialism was revolutionary and fascism was conservative in its nature. I am not that impressed with the example Spain or Italy provided. I do appreciate their role as an answer to the Communism that was threatening their countries. But the legacy of NS is far stronger. That was a real answer to the world-conquering judaism that masks itself as zionism, communism or liberalism. Just look at how Spain turned out, despite decades long rule by Franco.

Leon Degrelle, the Catholic, but also the National Socialist, perfectly spells it out. What National Socialism really was about.

 
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National Socialism was revolutionary and fascism was conservative in its nature. I am not that impressed with the example Spain or Italy provided. I do appreciate their role as an answer to the Communism that was threatening their countries. But the legacy of NS is far stronger. That was a real answer to the world-conquering judaism that masks itself as zionism, communism or liberalism.
I disagree Fascism was a revolutionary nationalist movement.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fasci_..._Combattimento

Conservative nationalists never liked fascists. Monarchists, catholics, conservatives, the army, etc ... they thought they were too radical, not traditionalist enough, to similar to communists and weren't good christians specially after their absorbed futurists and national syndicalists.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifesto_of_Futurism

Spain had a conservative nationalist regime the fascist type of revolutionary movement called Falangism was suppressed by Franco and the conservative forces.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FET_y_de_las_JONS
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I disagree Fascism was a revolutionary nationalist movement.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fasci_..._Combattimento

Conservative nationalists never liked fascists. Monarchists, catholics, conservatives, the army, etc ... they thought they were too radical, not traditionalist enough, to similar to communists and weren't good christians specially after their absorbed futurists and national syndicalists.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifesto_of_Futurism

Spain had a conservative nationalist regime the fascist type of revolutionary movement called Falangism was suppressed by Franco and the conservative forces.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FET_y_de_las_JONS
Mussolini didn't really emphasize the racial element of the struggle the way Germany did. So I lump him in with Franco, though I agree with you that there were differences between these two. There is a reason Franco was 'allowed' to go on until the 70's.

Franco I do not understand the admiration for. Mussolini was quite a bit better in that case. But Hitler - the real deal.
 
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