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What is Fascism?

Political radicals often shout, “Fascist!”, “Fascist!” at anyone who doesn’t agree with their views. The term is especially popular among college students. But do such people actually know what Fascism is? Have they studied it?

Unfortunately, Fascism has an undeserved bad reputation. Regardless of this reputation, Fascism is a very sensible economic and social ideology. There are a few different “flavors” of Fascism, but basically they all come down to the following.

First and foremost, Fascism is an economic system in which a nation’s government plays a central role in monitoring all banking, trade, production, and labor activity which takes place within the nation. Such monitoring is done for the sole purpose of safeguarding & advancing the nation and its people. Under Fascism, the government will not approve of any business activity unless that business has a positive impact on the nation as a whole and the people of the nation – this is the axiom which determines everything within the economic aspect of Fascism.

In other words, the government asks, “Is XYZ Enterprises good for our nation and our people?” If yes, it’s approved. If no, it’s not approved. When they ask, “Is it good?”, they mean, “Is XYZ Enterprises good for the workers, do they pay a fair wage, do they produce a product or provide a service which advances our nation & our people technologically, morally, spiritually, health-wise, etc???” For example, a pornography company would not be allowed because pornography corrupts people generally and exploits & degrades women particularly. Also, “free” trade agreements (such as what the U.S. has with China) would never be allowed because such trade agreements result in companies sending jobs overseas (where labor is dirt cheap). Such an activity, of course, would undermine a nation’s labor class. This is entirely unacceptable and thus not allowed under a Fascist economic model.

Fascism is based on free enterprise – but with constraints (the primary constraint being, “Is the particular economic activity in question good for our nation/people?”). Also, a businessman can become wealthy in a Fascist country, and the government has no objection to this (this is in stark contrast to Communism). Fascism also encourages private ownership of property (again, in stark contrast to Communism where private property is not allowed).

In a nutshell, Fascism basically tells entrepreneurs, “Go ahead and start a business, earn a lot of money, be successful, but don’t produce any products or services which damage our nation and our nation’s people… and make sure you treat your workers fair and pay them a living wage. If you don’t follow these rules, we’ll shut you down.”

With regard to banking, usury is not allowed under Fascism. The government tightly controls all aspects of monetary policy, including terms of lending. The government issues/prints money and lends it interest free, as needed, to grow the economy and ultimately serve the citizens.

The above is the economic aspect of Fascism. There is also a cultural/social aspect to Fascism as well. Under Fascism, government plays a key role in monitoring: film, theatre, art, literature, music, education, etc in order to maintain a high moral standard, keep things clean and respectable, promote a strong sense of patriotism and honor, and prevent the dissemination of depraved filth which corrupts society.

With regard to political legislation introduced by a Fascist government, the same criteria is applied – “Will this proposed law benefit the nation as a whole and the people of our nation?”

A few other things to mention. Fascism encourages respect for the environment as Fascists understand that nature is the giver of life and thus must be preserved. Contrast this environmental philosophy with that of Capitalism which too often takes the short term view with regard to natural resources and foolishly believes that pollution is a necessary byproduct of profit. Also, and somewhat related to environmental issues, Fascism holds very progressive views with regard to animal rights.

Also, under Fascism, if a person doesn’t like things, he/she can leave the country. Contrast this with Communism where if you don’t like things, you better keep your mouth shut. And, of course, there is no option to leave the country. You will submit or else be sent to a re-education camp where you’ll be brainwashed to accept the Communist system. And if you still resist, you’ll probably be killed. Again, there is no leaving. Submit or suffer the consequences.

Further, Fascism holds women in very high regard. Women are the carriers of new life. They are expected to be educated, worldly, and well read. Women are encouraged to pursue their interests and have a career but only if a career won’t interfere with their family’s needs; family comes first, always. Women are encouraged to be strong yet feminine. Consistent with these ideas, Fascist art often portrays women as heroic and even goddess-like.

In short, Fascism is a form of government & social system which authentically serves the interests of the people and nation as a whole. The word “Fascism” comes from the Italian word “fascio” meaning “the group” or more specifically, “in consideration of the group.” Fascism is rooted in the notion that people must stay true to two mental concepts throughout their lives: 1) the individual’s needs (themselves) and, 2) the group’s needs (their nation)… always evaluating how their individual actions affect the group. Thus Fascism rejects the self-centered “me me me” mentality so common under Capitalism. For example, in a Fascist nation each person is expected to maintain a healthy diet & lifestyle. For if not, they may become seriously ill and thus require expensive health care; this would negatively impact the group (i.e., they’d become a financial burden on the nation).

Continuing this line of thought, under Fascism all people of one’s ethnicity are considered the greater family of that person. Hence, a Fascist nation is thought of as one giant family of several million people. Therefore, just as one mustn’t do anything to hurt their brother or sister in their immediate family, under Fascism one mustn’t do anything which would hurt the nation/group (i.e., the greater family). This is the essence of Fascism – a strong consideration of the group balanced with individualism.

During the German Third Reich, the NSDAP (i.e., “Nazis”) followed all aspects of the above described Fascist system.

ASIDE: Although the economic aspect of Fascism is free-market based, Fascism is NOT Capitalism. Many on the political left wrongly equate Fascism with Capitalism. Again, Fascism is NOT Capitalism. Allow me to briefly explain: the primary goal of Capitalism is profit. On the other hand, the primary goal of Fascism is the well being of a nation’s citizens and well being of the nation as a whole. In a purist-type Capitalist country (i.e., Super-Capitalism) almost nothing can interfere with maximizing profits – not workers, not the environment… almost nothing. Even when a Capitalist country starts out with tight government regulations, it invariably moves towards Laissez-faire economics (i.e., Super-Capitalism) by way of less and less government regulation. Human greed drives this transformation and ultimately the working class suffer via lower wages or loss of employment altogether if their job is, say, transferred overseas (e.g., to China) where labor is dirt cheap. Capitalists believe that immense wealth at the top will “trickle down” to the masses i.e., that everything will magically work itself out. A certain amount of wealth does “trickle down” but, too often, the worker and environment suffer. As just one example, tens of millions of American manufacturing jobs have been shipped overseas during the past two decades (Capitalist so-called “free” trade policies have allowed for such outsourcing of jobs).  Of course then, just as Fascists reject Communism, they also reject Capitalism.


This is the symbol of fascism. The fasces, or a bundle of wooden rods tied together, with an axe head attached. It represents strength through unity. When the wooden rods are bound together they are unbreakable, but when isolated on their own they are easily broken. It has its origins in ancient Rome and has come to represent national unity. When a nation is united it is unconquerable, but when it is divided, it is easily fractured and destroyed.

When you look at your nation today, you see almost total national, cultural and ethnic disunity and a fractured society. Fascism, opposes all of the negative elements that fracture the nation, and advocates national protective unity.

Individualism, which has become the dominant mindset of Western people, has undoubtedly led to a situation in which the nation has suffered as a result of outside agendas hostile to the nation. Rampant individualism has created a weak point that has been seized upon by the enemies of the nation. Belief in total individualism at the expense of the collective good of the nation, has allowed us to become occupied from within by those who recognise the benefit of working as a group. Like the fasces, when a nation is full of individuals, it is susceptible to takeover, but when the individuals of the nation come together for the collective good of the nation then it is much less likely to fall victim to those who seek its downfall.

I don’t totally oppose individualism, but I do believe that individualism should not come at the expense of the nation, culture and ethnic group. When the people of the West started to believe that they didn’t have interests as a group of a specific cultural and ethnic identity, then they lost their nations and culture.

When the nation and people work together for the collective good of the people and nation, then the people benefit as both individuals and as part of the group.

This is the reason why the left scream ‘fascist’ at everybody who does not follow their worldview. They don’t want national unity, they don’t want racial and cultural unity, they want total disunity so that the nation cannot be reborn.

People throw the fascist label around not understanding its true meaning. They use the term as a way to discredit patriotic feeling. They also wrongly claim that fascism props up the ‘capitalist system.’  What fascism does is to regulate capitalism so that it does not become a force of nation destroying globalism controlled by international finance.  For example if an individual wanted to open up a business, it would only be allowed if it were to benefit the nation and its people. If it were to employ workers in the third world to produce goods for sale, then it would not be allowed because it would be of no benefit to the national worker or consumer. The national worker should be employed to produce goods at a price that they can afford to buy.

Fascism would not allow the banks to financially enslave the nation or its people and would not allow the interests of Jewish international finance to dominate politics and media. All media shown to be working in the interests of outside groups would be closed down, all media proven to be lying would be closed down in the pursuit of a truthful and truly free press. Nobody today can say with any integrity that we have a free and truthful press.

Fascism honours tradition, culture and ethnic identity, it sees the national group as one extended family. It wouldn’t allow cultural marxism to run rampant and would not allow the corruption seen all around us.

Even if you wouldn’t describe yourself necessarily as a fascist, it would benefit you to learn its true meaning and not the interpretation given by the left and the enemies of your nation.

‘The term “fascism” originated in Italy, where Signor Mussolini created his “Blackshirts” shortly after the war. The badge they wore was the ancient Roman symbol of unity. The main part of it represented the “fasces” bound together. Singly, each one could be snapped, but bound together, they were unbreakable. Applying it to the National life, the symbol has real significance. If all the sections that make up a country’s population are separated, they can be broken, but a nation united is a nation unbreakable.’

– Sir Oswald Mosley.

This quote is from a pamphlet called ‘Fascism for the Million’ which is meant more accurately as ‘Fascism for the Million and not for the Millionaires’.

Once you read the quote a few times you can apply it to today and the last 50 years or more, and see how our nations are being destroyed by targeting things on a singular basis such as race, gender, religion, sexuality, morality etc. These are being targeted and attacked and as a result are being broken one by one, our nations are not united, they are fractured and have been divided and almost conquered by the Jewish globalists and Cultural Marxist left. They thrive of national, ethnic and cultural disunity, they preach it.