"Fascism is a moral and necessary response to Communism" - Love Life and Anarchy, Youtuber
Big goverment is never the solution to tyranny, but National Unity is. Also, I would like to adress the idiots saying "Our Democracy" was the best way to fight Communism. In 1917, "our Democracy" through Wallstreet bankers helped key players in the Communist revolution get their power.
Other way around
Why? Just saying "absolutely not" doesn't help anyone.
Ok, a nice republic with democratically elected leaders is.
It helps me..
Democracy is one thing held true and dear to the American people. Communism is the very definition of FAILURE. Dying a communist means dying for nothing. Communism is punishable by death. Overkill measures authorized. -Liberty Prime
Democracy is beautiful in theory; in practice it is a fallacy. You in America will see that some day. - Benito Mussolini
There is no true successful government out there. In conclusion, they all fail. Communist, fascist, nazi, democratic, even feudal. No one really helps one a another. The only way a government would be somewhat successful is if it's a dictatorship. You don't work, you starve, you die. Simple concept is enough to force people to work. Don't work your people to death, they won't mind you. Do what they ask if possible. Eventually they'll get bored and overthrow you. Which goes back to "no government is truly successful" theory.
Funny how Fascist Italy fell before the "fallacy" of American democracy.
Wasn't that dictator hung for adultery?
Good question. They seem to go hand in hand. But I'm not sure it's necessary.
How so? Communism and Fascism are opposites.
Yes, true, but the communist leaders are always fascists. Why is that? Weird huh. Fascists are intolerant. Like most communist leaders. They kill everyone they disagree with.
Wow, I respectfully don't think you know what Fascism is. Have you ever read The Fascist Doctrine by Benito Mussolini and Gioviani Gentile? Or The Coming Corporate State by Alexander R. Thomson? Communist leaders tend to just be Authoritarian Socialist, that's not Fascism.
It's not supposed to be is it. But they don't follow their own rules, do they?
Sorry, what? Fascism has guidelines, there are things that make a Fascist a Fascist. In the same way there a things that make a Communist a Communist. The trouble is the word Fascism is thrown around so much that few know what it means.
"promotes the establishment of a totalitarian state. It opposes liberal democracy, rejects multi-party systems, and supports a one-party state." Sounds like Communism too. The crazy leaders of both parties seem to follow the rules of oppression. Not that the writers of both philosophies advocated for that. But it is an easy way for bad people to take over and take your freedom. Back to work. Good debate. I'll chat later. See ya.
Breck, you don't understand Communism either. Communism is stateless, classless and moneyless. Please read Communist Manifesto to learn about Communism.
I'd rather throw myself into a propeller. But I have read the Wikipedia and dictionary definitions of both. That's enough for me to know that both are horrible and not what we want. Looking at past and present regimes of both are proof to me that those systems might work for ants but not humans.
Ginger, nobody on the app knows what Fascism is. I've gotten tired of explaining it to people.
Are you guys advocating Fascism or something?
Did you not read his name? He is a Fascist. I have my own system with Fascist influences.
Why? Do you read history? How is it a good thing? Wasn't it horrible for Hitler and Mussolini? Well. For the population anyway?
Breck, yes. I am a Fascist. I agree with the writings of Sorel, Gentile, Mussolini, Mosley, Thompson and many others who make up the idea of Classical Fascism.
Don't bring Hitler into this, he had a whole other thing going on. He was inspired by Fascism, yes. But he was himself was not a Fascist.
I agree. Hitler was way outside the left field of fascism. But, didn't Mussolini's people murder him because fascism was so horrible? If it worked and people liked it, wouldn't we have it today somewhere?
Italian socialists (his political opponents) murdered Mussolini. They didn't take a vote before they killed him. It wasn't a majority decision. Mussolini was actually a huge celebrity in his time. He was loved by many, and is still loved by many Italians today. There is a shrine for him in his home town, and he is even the mascot for an Italian wine brand.