Fascism-XXI at your door. Part 2. HEADING TOWARDS GLOBAL FASCISM

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First part of the movie: Fascism-XXI at your door. Part 1: THE GENESIS

Dear viewer!
We, authors of this video, are common people as you are. We all differ: by social position, by profession, even by political views. We live in different countries, on different continents.

What has gathered us to voluntary work on this video and the project in the whole? It was the same thing that has led you to this web page, exactly the same thing that encouraged you to start viewing – active and live interest for reality that surrounds us, interest for the near future of our children and us. As R. Kipling wrote, „We be one blood, thou and I”.

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Fascism-XXI at your door. Part 1: THE GENESIS

Text by the authors of the project “Fascism-XXI at your door” http://en.inter-portal.org

If you look closely at European reality today, something that was totally unbelievable just 20 years ago could catch your eye. Something that was previously viewed as a sign of marginality, defectiveness, stupidity, teenage pranks or even as a crime.

Here and there the right hand is raised in Heil salute (is it for a joke?), here and there swastika is painted on the walls in the countries where denazification was conducted; American Marines having pleasure posing for the picture in front of two flags: the US flag and the Nazi SS flag, meanwhile the exhibition “Hitler and the Germans” opens in Berlin, aiming to present Hitler as an ideal example of the national savior; and today in Ukraine, where the president was overthrown, the power fell into the hands of the elite groups who glorify the Nazi criminals of the past and run the country by the Nazi rules at present. The so-called “Bible of Nazism”, “Mein Kampf”,  has been published in Germany for the first time in 70 years.

Back at the end of 2011 we could not think of daring to assume the burden of a network project aiming against the global fascism. However, the spirit of our glorious grandfathers helped us to materialize the ideas into reality. Now we are proud to present to the public our project “Fascism-XXI at your door” and the film as a centerpiece of the project.

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Origins of German Nazism

 

The mystical and political internal contradictions of Germany were bound to call an “external” counterbalance into existence — the necessity to obey the law-defined order. First it was imposed by the government, later it became “second nature”.

 

Editor’s note: Strong German capitalism, “crowd theory”, elite organizations were all a factor in giving birth to Nazism. But why was Hitler supported so much? Why did the ideas of Nazism were accepted in the first place? Because much was boiling in Europe and Germany in particular at that time, just like much is boiling in Europe today. Hitler was not the first spawn of that boiling “soup”, but he “stood on the shoulders of giants”. The first terrorist army in world, ISIS, isn’t the first terrorist organization in the Near East, but it stood on the shoulders of giants. The real XXI century fascism in Europe did not rise yet, but the giants are already here. The mutated capitalism which is destroying nation states for the sake of a single global state is here. Bandera Nazi Kiev junta in Ukraine, the first fascist government in modern-day Europe, is here (the following articles deal with Bandera Nazism in detail). And there is no doubt that Hitler, Bandera and other Nazis will be cleared of all charges after communism will be condemned. Because if communism is the absolute evil, then someone who fought it becomes a hero.

 

The “soil” on which German Nazism blossomed was very different from that of Italy. Both the supporters and, especially, enemies of Nazism wrote extensively on this.

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The rule of Italian fascism. Political formation and fascist practices. Part II

 

Mussolini — for the first time in history — consistently put into action in Italy the whole system of main concepts of radical-right wing elite theory: Pareto and Mosca, Michels and Le Bon, Sorel and Gentile.

 

Editor’s note: Fascists, as the example of the World Anti Communist League taught us, are like chameleons. They change form depending on circumstances. When they need to come to power, they want you to like them. Once they are there, they don’t need your opinion anymore, to an extent of physically destroying all opposition. This way, when fascists brought Mussolini to power in Italy, he cancelled all democracy in the party – and in the country. Because fascism, according to Mussolini, must not have become ill of “electoral fever”. The World Anti Communist League which consisted of most notorious fascist criminals in the world now calls itself “World League for Freedom and Democracy”, but fascism remains in their essence. What always remains constant is the essence of fascism. Remember the lessons Italy learned the hard way when you listen to the far-right parties during the “democratic” debates.

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The rule of Italian fascism. Political formation and fascist practices. Part I

 

Mussolini created a structure of economic and social governing in which the government — on behalf of the fascist party — declares itself to be a superclass “power of national solidarity”.

Editor’s note: The migrant crisis creates a new Europe. Right-wing parties already win elections – like in Switzerland. The success of more radical, extreme right wing is a matter of time and pressure caused by the refugees on the European countries, which number keeps growing. However, once Europeans believe in the solutions proposed by right wing and ultra-right parties and let them into the government, there will be no way of getting them out. Their methods never change – violence and political terror. They will never leave the power, once they get it. Unfortunately, there is no strong resistance from the inside Europe that could stop them once they are in power. Moreover, any resistance will be suppress by the ultra-right. In XXI century, the cost that the world would pay for buying into what new right politicians promise Europe, would be dramatically higher than the one world paid in XX century. We need to search for solution! We need a new answer to the most dangerous challenge of the XXI century.

The fascist coup d’etat in Italy concluded with a triumphant march of fascist cohorts along the streets of Rome as they were leaving the city. Mussolini announced the members of the new Cabinet of Ministers not only fascists, but also popolare, democrats and liberals on November 30, 1922. Mussolini left the Interior and Foreign Ministries to himself.

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Italian fascism: path towards seizure of power

 

Violence against political competitors, as well as mass public campaigns — rallies, marches, holidays of cohorts of blackshirts were at the heart of  the activity of fascists. Elitism and deep contempt towards liberalism, socialism, democracy were present in all aspects of fascist activity.

 

Editor’s note: Fascism, and Mussolini, saw socialists as their main enemies. Liberals were nothing more than an annoying distraction to them, doomed either way. The year 1922 proved this: the liberals surrendered the country to the fascists without a fight. The only major force opposing fascists were socialists. But socialists were too disorganized. They didn’t manage to convince the masses to follow them. Fascists, in the absence of strong socialists, quickly took over Italy: Mussolini’s fascist party had 150 thousand members in 1923 and almost a million members a year later. Soon fascists were strong enough to use their main problem-solving weapon: violence.

 

After the decision of the Rapallo conference and the fall of the “free city of Fiume”, Mussolini (quite in the spirit of Machiavelli and Le Bon) once again drastically changes his position. Earlier he supported D’Annunzio by his articles in his party periodical Popolo d’Italia (People of Italy), proclaiming the motto “Fiume or death”; now he writes “Fascism cannot be uncompromising in questions of foreign policy. The treaty regarding Fiume and the eastern border is acceptable.

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Italian fascism: competition for the role of the leader

 

Mussolini — fully in the spirit of Sorel’s concept — began to create a party of “direct action” — a party of mass violence, supposed to embody the ancient Roman imperial myth.

 

Editor’s note: The fifth article of a series on essence, birth and rise of fascism. D’Annunzio’s Fiume Exploit taught Mussolini many things about what fascism should be like: what the leader must do, how the leader should effectively incorporate mysticism in his image, the role of mystical symbols and rituals that surround the leader, how to spellbind the crowd. D’Annunzio also made mistakes; Mussolini learned from his mistakes and became the Duce not of a single city, but of all of fascist Italy. XXI century Europe might give in to fascism despite all efforts – alas, fascist ideas might be dear to it’s people. Bringing fascists to power, with their solutions to immigration and economic crises, might be tempting to too many people. But this is the expectation of those who constructed these crises by bombing Libya and supporting extremists in Syria, by destroying the economies of some European countries in favor of the economies of others. Everyone who wants to fight fascism must be prepared. You, who want to fight fascism, will not convince anyone that you are right without deep intellectual understanding of fascism. We must learn to be convincing. And we are running out of time: hear the ticking of the clock, fascism gets closer by the second.

 

Let us emphasize one more time that it is Italian fascism which — for the first time in Modern era — gave life to the main concepts of “elite theory” and decisively and openly cancelled the fundamental principles of the French revolution — Liberty, Equality, Fraternity. The success of this attempt cannot be understood without the analysis of reasons and conditions of the rise of fascists to power. The devil, as they say, is in the details.

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Mussolini and the political formation of fascism

 

Had Mussolini gone the average Italian Socialist way, he would most certainly become one of the prominent activists of the Italian Socialist party – not more than that. But Mussolini was (a) an unprecedented bastard and (b) an outstanding politician.

 

The creation and political development of Italian fascism is directly tied to the name of Benito Mussolini.

Two “methodological temptations” must be avoided in the discussion of this figure.

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Fascism. French beginnings and Italian precursors

 

The myth was supposed to awaken the uniform unquestioning and drivening desire of the masses to act (including violently) as directed by the leaders.

 

Editor’s note: The idea of equality of all humans was one of the three fundamental ideas which helped to put an end to the feudalistic type of rule; it was a part of the motto of the French Revolution (“Liberty, equality, fraternity”). And it seems to be no coincidence that it was France that gave birth to the first proto-fascist party a hundred years later. The goal of French fascists was to restore medieval, feudal monarchy in the country and divide the society back into estates. This was impossible to do without canceling the fundamental equality of people declared by the French Revolution. Directly restoring monarchy was impossible in the 20th century. But this wasn’t necessary: a neo-feudalism could be created. Thus fascism was born.

 

Several clear conceptual conclusions regarding the possibilities of “stopping the Red forces” follow from the works on elite theory which we have discussed earlier (and which were very attentively “digested” by imperialist ideologists).

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