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Fascism Viewed from the Right by Julius Evola (Paperback, 2013)
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Kindle Subscription. Donate Today! Editor-in-Chief Greg Johnson. Main feed Comments feed Podcast feed. It was strongly socialist and pro-labor in orientation. To complete these considerations, it is possible to specify this ultimate end in regard to its content, and say that, from our point of view, the essential thing would be to reach an equilibrium, a stability, and put a stop to unlimited change.
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It will put an end to the stupid infatuation, cowardice and hypocrisy of those who today chatter of 'democracy,' who proclaim democracy, who exalt democracy. Democracy is only a regressive, crepuscular phenomenon.
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The true state will then be oriented against both capitalism and Communism. At its center will stand a principle of authority and a transcendent symbol of sovereignty.
The most natural incarnation of such as symbol is the monarchy. The dictator was invested with absolute political and military power, including over the Senate itself. The position only continued until the crisis had passed. The trade union movement must be rejected. The true state will.. At most, we can point out to it the illusions and suggestions of which it has been or is the victim, which are due to a general action which has often been systematically organized, and to regressive processes.
If not even this leads to a sensible result, this people will suffer the fate that it has created, by making use of its 'liberty. Aug 11, Benjamin Stahl rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction.
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I confess I wanted to like this, and I did to an extent. While it is very academic and largely went over my head, there were some moments of clarity where I thought Evola made some interesting points. He goes a long way to discourage what has happened throughout the modern world: fascism has been wholly equated with Nazism, with all its rampant and despicable violence, racism and totalitarianism. While one can safely walk through a western university with a shirt reading "Communism just hasn't b I confess I wanted to like this, and I did to an extent. While one can safely walk through a western university with a shirt reading "Communism just hasn't been done right yet", I'd like to see anyone make it down the street with a shirt that said the same thing about fascism.
It was refreshing to read a book that has the balls to be pro-fascism. And it's nothing like what most anti-fascists would want it to be. The writer - who lived through Italy in the s and was personally acquainted with both Hitler and Mussolini though very disapproving of the former - provides a well-considered apologetic of sorts for the ideology of fascism, one that doesn't fall squarely into the far-right worldview as one might expect.
I read this with my wife, who, though conservative to today's standards, still considers herself a left-leaning centrist. Naturally she was not having this man's arguments at all.
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I however, being of conservative persuasion, was less impartial to many of the sentiments. Does that make me a fascist sympathiser? Hell no. I still don't exactly know what a real fascist is; this book kind of fails there. I do think, however, that people shouldn't be labelled as fascist just because they have right-wing views. Nor do I think fascist ideas should be as unconditionally suppressed as they are.
As Thomas Jefferson once said, we should be willing "to tolerate any error so long as reason is left free to combat it". Punching people in the face and throwing milkshakes ain't gonna convince anyone. If fascism is clearly despicable, people shouldn't be so hysterical at the idea that there might be some followers amongst us willing to have a conversation. There are some interesting thoughts in there, but the author connecting and mixing up spiritual traditionalism with historical traditionalism turns this book into the confessions of a man who was longing to live in Middle-Earth.
A very good explanation of perhaps the most abused political term of contemporary politics. Fascism was more than authoritarianism, and Evola makes a relatively good explanation of what it was and could have been, had it not been for "external events". Excellent critique of mass-minded totalitarian movements, in defense of the organic Traditionalist ethic.
Aug 08, Daniel rated it it was amazing. Truly eye-opening. Evola's works are a definite redpill. Once exposed to this, there is no turning back. Cultured-Thug rated it it was ok Jul 23, Jake Snake rated it liked it May 13, Guilherme Amorim rated it liked it Apr 24, LustHeroin rated it it was amazing Sep 17, Matias Andrade rated it liked it Oct 01,
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