Fascism Zine

Fascism Zine

by anonymous

This booklet is quite frightening and quite interesting, successfully playing off humanity's fascination with war. This contains the history of fascism tracing it from Hitler's third reich and ending in America. As the intro says, fascists believe that a large part of the population is disposable for scientific and social advancement. The parallels from Nazi Germany to current American policies are astounding and upsetting. This is the missing link of information that the corporate media would never tell you.



dispellingthedistortions 1/16/2011

"...in the total picture this zine is a very solid read and a great tool for learning, unlearning, and trying to see how deep the roots of social control go. I find this is invaluable as activists and revolutionaries because to under-estimate that is to fail. This serves as good starting point or support to learning about it."

Emma 1/9/2007

Anti-individualistic, the fascist conception of life stresses the importance of the State and accepts the individual only in so far as his interests coincide with those of the State, which stands for the conscience and the universal will of man as a historic entity. ... The fascist conception of the State is all-embracing; outside of it no human or spiritual values can exist, much less have value. ... Fascism is therefore opposed to that form of democracy which equates a nation to the majority, lowering it to the level of the largest number. ... We are free to believe that this is the century of authority, a century tending to the 'right', a Fascist century. If the 19th century was the century of the individual (liberalism implies individualism) we are free to believe that this is the 'collective' century, and therefore the century of the State.

That was written by mussolini himself (courtesy wikipedia)

I hate rightwring nutjobs who try to associate leftist ideas with negative outcomes rather than actually dealing with the political issues at hand.

poor brainwashed soul

(note, this does not apply to all right wingers, obviously)

Norstein Beckler 4/19/2005

I haven't read this particular treatise on fascism, but i would mention that Fascism did not rise out of the Third Reich (which was not fascist). Fascism rose out of the far left in Italy. Its earliest supporters were ex- syndicalists, socialists, communists & anarchists. Fascism has more in common with communism, socialism & even anarchism (mostly in spirit) than what most leftists would like you to think. If you'd like to learn more about the reality of fascism, please take a look here! (how educational)