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by Organon tou Ontos FIRST OF all, let me suggest what I think it is that different varieties of fascism, and National Socialism, have in common. Let this also stand for my own personal view of ‘fascism’ in general: • Radical communitarianism: Placing the interests of the community over…
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by Francis Parker Yockey FAR MORE important to Europe than the propaganda about domestic affairs in America is that about foreign affairs. The numen “democracy” is used also in this realm as the essence of reality. A foreign development sought to be brought about is called “spreading…
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EssaysHadding Scott

Introductory Note by Hadding Scott: The term fascism is problematic. Before the rise of Hitler, and even before the rise of Mussolini, there was a concept of national-socialism. National-Socialism was a general term. Anne Morrow Lindbergh (wife of the aviator) used national-socialism as a general…
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“Hurrah for the Blackshirts” by Harold Harmsworth (Lord Rothermere) in the January 1934 Daily Mail  HAROLD HARMSWORTH (1868-1940), together with his brother, developed the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror. In 1934, he contributed the article below to the Daily Mail. It provoked Jews affiliated…
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EUROPE isn’t doing so well these days. It may be difficult to remember now, in the aftermath of Angela Merkel and George Soros’ manufactured “Refugee” Crisis of 2015, but prior to the open borders mania that was thrust upon Europe that year, the Old World was suffering from a litany of other crises…
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Equivocation on ‘fascism’ has been exploited by both “left” and “right”: On the left, what is called “corporate fascism” is taken to represent fascism in general, and on the right, every stripe of undesirables is fused with fascism: “feminazis,” “ecofascists,” and “Islamofascists,” to name a few.
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by Robert Row LATE IN 1932, about a year after the financial crisis that rocked Britain to its foundations and heralded the great depression of the thirties, George Bernard Shaw said at a Fabian meeting in London: “You may remember the eloquence with which Mr. Ramsay MacDonald begged the nation…
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In May of every year, the successor state to the USSR inflicts on itself and other nations the exasperated delusion that it “saved the world” from fascism. Had Britain not given Poland a war guarantee, there would have been no war in the West, no German invasion of France or the Low Countries,
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by Corneliu Codreanu (pictured) In this piece, the founder and leader of the Romanian Iron Guard, Corneliu Codreanu, assails the vices of pluralistic and plutocratic “democracy”: Its factionalism, divisiveness, and propensity to elevate Jews and aliens over the interests of a native
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DIANA MOSLEY’S (pictured) A Life of Contrasts (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1977) is an extremely important book. It provides an intimate picture of the age we have lived through, written from the vantage point of a member of one of its foremost political and literary families. Within the overall…
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