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  SWASTIKA - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia & Swastikas http://rexcurry.net/swastika3clear.jpg Swastika, Edward ...
The Boy Scout Swastika is similar to that of the 45th Infantry Division and the Soviet Socialist Swastika.
Is the Pledge of Allegiance as mesmerizing and brainwashing as the swastika?
The Swastika: A symbol of hate because it is a symbol of socialism.
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  The Conformist movie review   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Fascists are so normal that every one of them is completely identical in belief and, to a certain degree, appearance.
The conformist who badly desires to be normal, choosing to follow the fascist path during Mussolini's reign in the first part of the 20th century, is the central theme of the movie.
There is a tremendous of symbolism in the movie and it would behoove you to go see it, simply to illustrate what happens when you fall prey to a non-thinking sheep-like behaviour.
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 Heidegger's Hippies - Byron Bay New Years Day 1999
The symbols that people worship most usually promise deliverance from evil or hardship or whatever else is said to lead to an untimely or uncomfortable death (as if there were any other kind for the dying), or an unhappy life.
Fascist symbolism is used most notably in the United States Council for International Business (USCIB), but also by the more blatantly neo-fascist movements throughout the world.
It is the symbol worship, the ritual, myth, and ceremony of everyday life at the end of the second Christian millennium.
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 Finance Choices - Personal Finance Wiki
Fascists accused parliamentary democracy of producing division and decline, and wished to renew the nation from decadence.
Fascists embraced nationalism and mysticism, advancing ideals of strength and power as means of legitimacy.
However, the Italian fascists did not reject the concept of social mobility, and a central tenet of the fascist state was meritocracy.
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 Sabaudia (Lazio), 1934 -- some facts
During the Fascist era several new towns were built in Italy and its colonies, in addition to all the renewal projects that were executed in the cities.
To inhabit the area, the Fascists wanted war veterans, but very many of the new colonists were in reality troublesome anti-fascists, nominated to be sent south to a new destiny in the Pontine Marshes by local authorities in the north, grasping the opportunity to get rid of unwanted elements in their own society.
It is a symbol of power, and to the Italians it played on their history as well, eager as they were to tie the bonds to their once so glorious past, and prepare the way for the new and glorious Empire -- an Empire Mussolini hoped would measure up to his hero Augustus' Empire.
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 Italian Life Under Fascism - Education
A book published by the official Fascist press that discusses the educational system for the lower grades in the public schools.
Children were required to use these notebooks with colored Fascist cartoons and quotations from Mussolini on the front and back.
One in a series of large posters illustrating aspects of Fascist activities and distributed to public schools for placement in classrooms.
www.library.wisc.edu /libraries/dpf/Fascism/Education.html   (578 words)

 Fascist symbolism - Definition, explanation
Its symbol was the swastika, a purported symbol of the Aryan civilisation of which Germany was to be the highest incarnation.
The chief symbol of Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists was the Flash and Circle, representing the flash of action within the circle of unity that was to be the all-important British nation.
The symbol of the Spanish Falange was the yoke and the arrows, which were also the symbols of the Reyes Catolicos.
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 The Book of THoTH (Leaves of Wisdom) - Fascism
Today, very few groups proclaim themselves fascist, and the term is often used to describe individuals or political groups who are perceived to behave in an authoritarian or totalitarian manner; by silencing opposition, judging personal behavior, promoting racism, or otherwise attempting to concentrate power and create hate towards the "enemies of the state".
The Fascist movement, on the other hand, sought to preserve the class system and uphold it as the foundation of established and desirable culture, although this is not to say that Fascists rejected the concept of social mobility.
This war became a proxy war between the fascist countries and their international supporters — who backed Francisco Franco — and the worldwide Communist movement allied uneasily with anarchists and Trotskyists — who backed the Popular Front — and were aided chiefly by the Soviet Union.
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While most countries support nationalism, the fascist state “requires more than the mere patriotism that every nation promotes, for fascists make intense demands on people to support national symbols above everything else.” This intense nationalism leads citizens to believe that their society, culture, ethnicity, and even race is superior to that of any other.
Fascists are seen as radically right leaning, and communists on the radical left are their natural adversaries.
The Ancient Roman symbol of power and authority was the fasces, an ax bound in a bundle of rods.
www.skidmore.edu /~f_anders/documents/Fascism.doc   (2976 words)

 Sabaudia Online - Fascist symbolism
As is a well-known fact, the fascist symbol par excellence, is the lictor's ax.
It is a symbol of power, and to the Italians it played on their history as well, eager as they were to tie the bonds to their once so glorious past, and prepare the way for the new and glorious Empire -- an Empire Mussolini hoped would measure up to his hero Augustus' Empire.
The lictor's ax came to be used everywhere, as columns on exhibition buildings, or towers on the different buildings of the regime (most typical the children's colonies and the case del fascio) could be shaped as this ax.
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Francisco Franco, the leader of the Fascist regime, came out victorious due in part to support from Hitler.
Although he was indebted to him, Franco never entered the war on the side of the Axis.
In fact, as the war started moving in the direction of the Allies, Franco dropped much of his Fascist symbolism, and imprisonment and execution in Spain dropped off dramatically.
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 Neonazi flag symbolism
The texts about this symbol [the so called hurricane on the P.N.S.S. flag] illustrate quite well the interesting phenomenon of neonazi symbology worldwide: The flags, symbols, salutes, etc. are clearly influenced by Hitler and Mussolini and based on them — however the “official” explanations refer most everything except that fact.
The celtic cross is probably the most popular symbol among (seemingly not only) european neonazis, even more than the traditional swastika (but that’s maybe because the swastika is banned or has its use “protected” in many countries).
I suspect that the present users care less for the actual symbolism involved than they value its similarity to the swastika design, and substitute it for a swastika when such a design is illegal.
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 VN Boards - Fascism ftw!
Fascists are pushed towards conservatism by common hatred of socialism and feminism, but are prepared to override conservative interests - family, property, religious, the universities, the civil service - where the interests of the nation are considered to require it.
Fascist radicalism also derives from a desire to assuage discontent by accepting specific demands of the labour and women's movements, so long as these demands accord with the national priority.
In 1935, as fascist political movements were making gains across Europe and often took violent action against communist organizations, it became important for Marxists to have an exact definition of "fascism" in order to determine precisely who they were fighting.
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 AGNI | Essay | Online | 'Where Does Collaboration with Fascist Aesthetics Begin and End?' by Anis Shivani
Avant-garde art is as complicit in the rise of the fascist revolutionary aesthetic today as it has been historically.
Certain strains of aesthetic modernism explicitly glorify violence, as a necessary means of disrupting bourgeois conformity; both historically and in the present, fascism could hardly be expected to find better stylistic support, although of course where the artistic visionaries would want to overturn existing (and outmoded) class relations, fascism seeks to give them new legitimacy.
More problematic for a resurrection of modernity that would attack the fascist aesthetic, the high priests of postmodernism deny the possibility of the autonomy of art—or politics.
www.bu.edu /agni/essays-reviews/online/2004/shivani-fascist.html   (1451 words)

 Fascist page
The term Fascist was coined by Benito Mussolini, leader of Italy (1923-1944).
To the Romans it had symbolized "Unity is Strength" (because it is harder to break a bundle of sticks than a single stick).
The only difference was in the freedom given to the aristocracy and owners of industry by the fascists; whereas the communists tended to nationalize industry and land.
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 FASCISM IS SOCIALISM - Fascist symbols of National Socialism, Communism, Nazism, Third Reich exposed by Dr. Rex Curry ...
As German socialism's notorious flag symbol, the swastika was deliberately turned 45 degrees to the horizontal and always oriented in the S-direction.
When Mussolini chose the ancient Roman fasces as a symbol of his socialist group, he was at the same time playing with the similarity of the words fascio and fasces, choosing an ancient symbol, and drawing a parallel between it and the socialists who had banded together, spellbound by Mussolini's leadership.
Perhaps it is appropriate that the symbol of government is a symbol of thievery and totalitarianism.
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Fascist Culture, written by the influential literary critic Arnaldo Bocelli for use in Fascist Party political preparation courses for youth.
Italians altered sculptures and buildings to remove Fascist symbolism, as in the case of the Palazzo della civiltà italiana in the EUR quarter of Rome, where the hands of the statues were redone to remove offending Roman salutes.
While fifteen years earlier Chiarini had spoken of Neorealism as a quintessentially Fascist trend, he now claimed that “Neorealism is a term which originated beyond the Alps,” and linked it to the politically correct social realist films of Marcel Carné and Jean Renoir.
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 Punk, Anti-Racism, Death In June
Rather than Pearce controlling the symbolism he is using, the symbolism controls him - as long ago as January 1984 he had to sack his song writing partner Tony Wakeford from DIJ for getting involved with Patrick Harrington and the Strasserite faction of the National Front.
I would stress symbols and imagery in all this, both Crisis and DIJ were aesthetically overloaded to the detriment of both their politics and their music.
The evolution of the fascist fraction Wakeford involved himself with is instructive.
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 Fascism and Homeland Security
Unlike communist regimes, the fascist and protofascist regimes were never proclaimed as godless by their opponents.
Fascist countries project that they are in a permanent or long-term state of war.
Some of these fascists, seeing Roosevelt as a Communist, plotted a coup against him – he found out and it fizzled – but they were so powerful that he couldn’t have a single one of them arrested, even though a Congressional report found that the plot was real.
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 [Marxism-Thaxis] What's new ?
Sometimes the term is used as a hyperbolic political attack that uses the term fascism as a politic epithet or slur.
The racial and nationalist ideas were implanted inside the South African regime, however the economic structure of the country was not as regulated as that of a typically fascist state.
However, the use of religious rhetoric and symbolism has been present under many other governments; so the argument is one of degree rather than kind.
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 Why The Outrage Now? Nobody Cares About Fascist Symbols In The House Of Representatives
The sudden outrage and in other cases apologetic soft-peddling of Prince Harry's Nazi outfit are another example of a 'Johnny come lately' public and media attitude that shifts the debate away from the true undertones of Nazi influence in our culture and government today.
The bronze fasces, used since Roman times to symbolize civic authority, are located on both sides of the U.S. flag as seen below.
The Mace, which is the symbol of the Office of the Sergeant at Arms, is placed by the Sergeant at Arms on a pedestal at the Speaker's right each time the House convenes.
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 Army fascist? at blogdisease.com
The word fascism stems from the Italian word fascio (plural: fasci), which may mean bundle, as in a political or militant group, or a nation.
The term also comes from the fasces (rods bundled around an axe), which was an ancient Roman symbol of the authority of magistrates.
The symbolism of the fasces suggested strength through unity; a single rod is easily broken, while the bundle is very difficult to break.
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 Mute magazine - Culture and politics after the net   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In other words, adherence to the nazi 'lifestyle' is not something purely symbolic and extemporaneous, adopted in a framework where carnival prevails, but a total and in many cases totalising 'lifestyle', with effects on everyday life.
Why are the 'culture' and the 'lifestyle' of 'fascist subversion' able to become hegemonic to a large extent in the stadiums and, to a lesser extent, in the peripheries?
We were shocked to read that the meeting had decided that it was acceptable for members of fascist organisations to participate in PGA events, as long as they were not from the leadership or openly offensive.
www.metamute.org /en/node/8939   (3709 words)

 Posts tagged with fascist | MetaFilter
We all know the Nazis picked, and ruined, a perfectly good basic geometric symbol.
Not as well known, not as demonized, but interting for students of symbolism.
Oldest, and among the most interesting and enduringly popular, is the fasces, a bundle of sticks wrapped around an axe, from which fascism gets its name.
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 Fairey Responds To Walmart Ripping Off His Nazi Shirt - Consumerist
For an artist who traffics so heavily in appropriating fascist symbolism and iconography, Shep Fairey might be well served by picking up a few history books.
"symbols dont kill people, people do" - I bet there are still people alive today, who will remember that symbol from their childhood, who will disagree with you.
Yes, it was stupid for a worldwide retailer to sell shirts with a symbol tied to the Third Reich, and at least they pulled the shirts when they were found to be offensive.
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 Death in June - a Nazi band? : Melbourne Indymedia
Their use of fascist symbolism goes far beyond shock tactics, and ultimately the artistic and philosophical message they put forward serves to create an interest and acceptance that fascist cultural activists can exploit.
DIJ repeatedly use fascist and nazi symbols on their albums and on stage, including the Death Head (worn as a pin by nazi SS soldiers), the Life Rune (a pagan symbol commonly used by fascists) and the Black Sun (another rune used by the SS).
Considering the growth of fascist movements in both Europe and North America over the past decade, and the attempts these fascists are making to spread their ideology, we can only view the promotion of fascist aesthetics as na'efve at best, dangerous at worst.
melbourne.indymedia.org /news/2006/11/131422.php   (3131 words)

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