Saturday, April 25, 2009

Modern European Fascism

This is what real fascism looks like in Europe today.

Modern fascism does not originate on the right wing, nor does it involve neo-Nazis.

It arises within the ruling social democratic establishment, and its goal is the intimidation, harassment, and suppression of any organized opposition to its oligarchic rule. Its victims include any party that questions political correctness, Multiculturalism, mass immigration, or the supremacy of the European Union and its compliant functionaries within the “provinces” of Europe.

This is an account of the struggle of Vlaams Belang against the fascism of the Belgian state:

Hat tip: Aeneas.

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Ron Russell said...

Those on the left have done a good job in painting the new fascism as coming from the right, when in fact nothing could be farther from the truth. Those who are less tolerant and have the least understanding of the opposition are the forces described in this post. Political correctness has literally run wild in European as well as here in the states. The new fascism on the left parallel that of the 1930-1940's fascism in Europe.

laine said...

I think everyone sentient should do their part to get that phrase "the fascism of the left" disseminated and into the public mind set.

Right now, those who are not independent thinkers i.e. the majority have been trained to look toward the right fearfully with all kinds of bogeyman words like extremist and fascist so that the left can continue their actual fascism undisturbed.

Anyone who has a spotlight or flashlight, start shining the light as brightly as you can on the underside of the leftist rock where the maggots are feeding on liberal democracy's corpse.

Ilíon said...

Baron: "Modern fascism does not originate on the right wing, nor does it involve neo-Nazis."

Neither was historical fascism "of the right." While fascism may (by tenuous argument) have been slightly to the right Leninism and Stalinism, it still was entirely "of the left."

Homophobic Horse said...

Hitler never cared much for the Prussians either.

Baron Bodissey said...

Ilíon --

If you read my other writings, you'll find that I agree with you, and always have.

Nazism and fascism were (and are) a disease of the Left.

Ilíon said...

I've been reading you for years, so I was fairly sure of that. However, what you actually wrote can easily be misunderstood as a statement contrasting present-day fascism to historical fascism.

I'm glad that more and more people are realizing, and arguing, that fascism and naziism were/are as much leftist movements as socialism and communism. I can't begin to tell you how much invective I used to recieve for stating so.