2 July, 2015

Dr. William Pierce on the Difference between National Socialism and Fascism

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 9:15 am | Permanent Link

(This week’s William Pierce Wednesday item is being posted today instead) (Full disclosure: I myself have called National Socialism “fascism,” i.e., right-wing socialism, as opposed to left-wing socialism)

by Dr. William Pierce and James Harting.


“There are many important consequences of this basic difference in attitudes. For example, under Fascism anyone, regardless of racial background can be a citizen, as long as he accepts his responsibility to the state. Under National Socialism, on the other hand, membership in the racial community is the first requirement of citizenship.”


  • 4 Responses to “Dr. William Pierce on the Difference between National Socialism and Fascism”

    1. Eumaeus Says:

      A good follow up study to this article is “Fascism viewed from the Right” by Baron Julius Evola, a postwar analysis.

      The two works of Evola referred to without naming are
      Sintesi di Dottrina della Razza (synthesis of the doctrine of race) and

      the text on jews is “Three Aspects of the Jewish Problem” which is available in English translation from Bruno Cariou of France. His website is down now, but there are copies out there and perhaps he will get it uploaded again.

      also discussed here https://www.toqonline.com/blog/evolas-anti-semitism/

      a complete bibliography of Evola’s works

    2. nom nom nom Says:

      Most whites are WINOS.

      White In Name Only.

    3. nom nom nom Says:

      Fascism is national renewal.

      Who could be against it, on occasion?

      If Jewish fungus is all over your body, you have to wash it off somehow.

    4. fd Says:

      Fascism is better than Jewish Democratic Capitalism