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TOPIC: What is Fascism? An Ideology explained

What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 20:40 #1

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Good vid here:



All sounds pretty good and logical to me.

At least, it's a way better system than the democratic nonsense we see nowadays, which basically is a hidden dictatorship anyway.
You can’t understand the world without understanding the Truth of WW2 and you can’t truly understand WW2 without understanding the Truth of WW1. And to get the full picture you need to understand who the German people were as a race and culture before these world wars were created to crush them.

Germany did not start WW1 or WW2… the Germans have been the victims.
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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 21:11 #2

One of the most significant and most widely recognised symbols of fascism was the Fascio Littorio (the bundled sheaves of wheat, with protruding axe) which symbolises strength in unity, and keeping a group of people together under a united goal. Fascism puts a lot more focus on the whole, which includes people, culture, religion and nature, unlike ''liberalism'' which is the complete opposite, and which only values the ''freedom'' of the individual.



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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 21:23 #3

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May I add other TZ threads on this subject?



Here you are:


- Global Fascist Dictatorship by zax truth-zone.net/forum/government-and-authority/65107-global-fascist-dictatorship.html
- Crypto Fascism by mario oiram truth-zone.net/forum/history/65789-adolf-hitler.html?start=2320#172360
- Sexuality and German Fascism by grandmasterp of the dif pit aka GMP truth-zone.net/forum/history/66903-sexuality-and-german-fascism.html
- Difference between National-Socialism and Fascism by mhs truth-zone.net/forum/government-and-authority/65469-difference-between-national-socialism-and-fascism.html


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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 21:24 #4

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^ Yeah, I know the symbol.

Strange that they've got it in the US congress as well:

You can’t understand the world without understanding the Truth of WW2 and you can’t truly understand WW2 without understanding the Truth of WW1. And to get the full picture you need to understand who the German people were as a race and culture before these world wars were created to crush them.

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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 21:40 #5

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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 21:42 #6

Flare wrote:
^ Yeah, I know the symbol.

Strange that they've got it in the US congress as well:


That's because the symbol itself has been hijacked and pirated. Like many other things they touch which get hijacked, robbed, and plundered. .
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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 21:44 #7

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^ Yeah, exactly.

Because it's still a 'democracy' over there... or at least, what's left of it.

And they're heading for a communism over there.

So no signs of fasiscm if I read the explanation well.
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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 21:52 #8

Remember too that the U.S isn't even supposed to be a ''democracy'', it was founded as a Constitutional Republic.
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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 21:57 #9



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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 22:26 #10

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Zorro wrote:
Remember too that the U.S isn't even supposed to be a ''democracy'', it was founded as a Constitutional Republic.

Yea, which would be governed by the people right?

Strange how things can change over time.
You can’t understand the world without understanding the Truth of WW2 and you can’t truly understand WW2 without understanding the Truth of WW1. And to get the full picture you need to understand who the German people were as a race and culture before these world wars were created to crush them.

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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 23:03 #11

Yes correct.
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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 12 Sep 2016 23:33 #12

Granddaughter of Benito Mussolini, Alessandra Mussolini MEP: Says migrants have to go.

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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 16 Dec 2016 20:53 #13

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Mod fix Flare link in the op please.

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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 17 Dec 2016 02:43 #14

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Mod fix Flare link in the op please.

It's fixed.
You can’t understand the world without understanding the Truth of WW2 and you can’t truly understand WW2 without understanding the Truth of WW1. And to get the full picture you need to understand who the German people were as a race and culture before these world wars were created to crush them.

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What is Fascism? An Ideology explained 17 Dec 2016 02:48 #15

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Fascism is the way. The happiest 12 years of history, completely independent of the (((Master's))) interests. Pure awesomeness, where nobody got harmed. :thumbup:
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You can’t understand the world without understanding the Truth of WW2 and you can’t truly understand WW2 without understanding the Truth of WW1. And to get the full picture you need to understand who the German people were as a race and culture before these world wars were created to crush them.

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You can’t understand the world without understanding the Truth of WW2 and you can’t truly understand WW2 without understanding the Truth of WW1. And to get the full picture you need to understand who the German people were as a race and culture before these world wars were created to crush them.

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You can’t understand the world without understanding the Truth of WW2 and you can’t truly understand WW2 without understanding the Truth of WW1. And to get the full picture you need to understand who the German people were as a race and culture before these world wars were created to crush them.

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Flare wrote: Poep in je hoofd, poep in je hoofd, het maakt niet uit, als je maar gelooft
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Poep in je hoofd, poep in je hoofd, het maakt niet uit, als je maar gelooft

It's the truth based on facts.

You are the one who has a belief and unfortunately one can not debate a belief.

As you know our complete history has been lied about and distorted.

Ever wonder why fascism has been so utterly ridiculed and demonised in the media for the past + 75 years by the victors of that war..?

Well, it's because the people in power ever since, don't want independent and righteous governments in place which serve the people.

That was also the reason why Germany got marked for destruction. Just as Libya has when Gaddaffi wanted to create the gold Dinar for example.

It's all because of the economics eventually. ;)
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