13 December, 2014

Thoughts on Fascism vis-a-vis the Battle in Congress Over the Trillion-Dollar Budget Bill

Posted by Socrates in America, communism, Congress, Congressmen, democracy, democracy-vs-fascism, democrazy, far-right, far-right politics, Fascism, Franco, Marxism, plutocracy, politics, Socrates, White philosophy, White thought at 3:34 pm | Permanent Link

Would I want to live under fascism? Not really, but some forms of fascism (e.g., Franco’s Spain) were tolerable, if not exactly free. Anyway, under fascism, when a law is needed, it can be created in a day or two by the head of state [1]. Under democracy, the political parties fight over a bill for months, or longer, and then they finally pass a wishy-washy “compromise” law, usually full of “pork,” which satisfies no one except a few elites and plutocrats.

[1] “fascism” here is defined as “right-wing socialism with an all-powerful leader and no elections.” Fascism has taken different forms in different countries, unlike Marxism, which is uniform and predictable


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  7. 11 Responses to “Thoughts on Fascism vis-a-vis the Battle in Congress Over the Trillion-Dollar Budget Bill”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Terms like fascist, Nazi, social*st and communist have been over-used by so many half-educated/un-educated people that they have lost all of their bite, all of their meaning. As I have said before many 2nd world countries that had authoritarian or “fascist” governments, like Portugal, Spain and Greece, were much better off than they are now under “democratic” rule. There is no such thing as a perfect system of government, but mass-democracy is definitely something that we can live without.

    2. fd Says:

      Centralized government is an abomination. Hopefully, it will soon go the way of the dinosaur.

    3. CW-2 Says:

      Where would I rather live, in Franco’s Spain of 1950 or the jewnited kikedom 2014? It’s a no-brainer! Give me Franco’s Madrid anytime!

    4. Sean Gruber Says:

      If a commercial airline pilot had to take a vote among the crew and passengers before he could do anything that he does in the cockpit to drive the plane, then either the damn plane would never get off the runway, or it would crash in a very short time.

      Commie jews, including anarchists, are fond of promoting “democracy” as a commune-like decision-making process where unanimous consensus must be achieved before anything can happen. This hopelessly gums up everything it’s applied to (see Occupy).

    5. Mary O Says:

      Presidential “executive orders” are fascist decrees. The American people in general do not want any wars for Israel and companies like Halliburton, Affirmative Action policies, immigration amnesties, or our military doing social work in ebola-ridden areas.

      Democracy is vulnerable to pressure groups.

      Israel and various Jewish pressure groups control our foreign policy through their heavy financial support of national-level political candidates.

      Defense contractors also contribute heavily to political campaigns: a perfect storm for the Mid-East.

      Israel’s bribes are surpassed only by bribes from housing interests. Does continuing immigration make sense, except when each immigrant is viewed a revenue flow from the middle-class American taxpayer directly into the bank accounts of Section 8 landlord companies who are major political donors?

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Democracy = Shylockcracy.

    7. Tim Says:

      More real trouble ahead is this article is true

      Google “GRANDMASTER PUTIN’S GOLDEN TRAP By Dmitry Kalinichencho”

    8. Democracyisfucked Says:

      Give me Fascism or NS any day, since it is a economic form of government that has no usury or interest bearing currency. Fascism also ensures the prosperity and health of it’s people from negative attitudes and behaviours. Something clearly lacking under today’s bullshit government passing for Democracy, under a counterfeiting banking system scam.

    9. Vendikar Says:

      Singapore is the model of a modern fascist government. It is a clean safe place to live but no real white man would want to live there. There, fascism under Lee Kuan Yew and his successors is probably the best government they can have, because Singapore is a biracial country, it consists of Chinese and Malays. These groups don’t like each other and are not particularly compatible: under the strict rule of LKY and his People’s Action Party, SIngapore is a functioning commercial center.

      Every part of life is regulated heavily in Singapore. All sorts of petty offenses can get you caned. There is no private ownership of firearms. Taxes on many items are high. I would not want to live there but it is better than many other places in the world, which is why people want in instead of out.

    10. Tim McGreen Says:

      I agree with Democracyisfucked, under a fascist/military government there wouldn’t be a lot of useless eaters feeding off of welfare and disability, everybody who isn’t hooked up to a life-support machine gets his ass to work or goes to a labor camp. And no more privately-owned Jew banks running our economy, or swarthy undesirables swarming across our borders with impunity, or liberals and Negroes endlessly demonstrating in the streets about this, that and the other thing. We would have stability and order. We would have prosperity and a renewed sense of racial pride/purpose/patriotism. And no more sleazy career politicians whoring after money and votes, either. Sounds good to me!

    11. fd Says:

      Counting fiat dollars. A trillion dollar budget. I want a Zillion dollar budget. Let’s go for a Zillion Zillion !