Why is right-wing and patriotism often mistakenly associated with fascism?
Recently I talked to an internet friend of a friend, we like to play shooters like games from the Battlefield series from EA, although according to my friend, the Arma series from Czech studio Bohemia interactive is much more realistic, in the sense that it reflects the realism of the battlefield to the extent that the Americans and the British use it as a teaching tool in WestPoint and Sandhurst military universities to educate their officers, we are Poles as if someone would like to know :-)
For example, I have Asperger Syndrome, and my friend has ADHD, we are gay, as it turned out by accident (shitty situation when you live in a conservative country such as Poland xD) although we do not have any sexual relationship, we don't even know each other personally, we just play in online military games. We have recently discussed what is happening in the US when Mr. because he was crazy and signed the law 447 of the US Congress defamatory of our Poland, making us anti-Semites, that it was clear that there were anti-Semites among us, but not more than among other countries occupied by the Hitler, and America sent back the ship with Jewish refugees, so the Americans with all due respect let them not pretend to be saints because they were no better at all, and sold Poland and the rest of Eastern Europe to Stalin in Yalta.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Fascism is a left wing ideology subverted by the Left to be a right wing ideology. Check this out to see what I mean.
- ?Lv 72 months ago
Right wing politics tend to be fascist.
- FoofaLv 72 months ago
It really isn't by thinking people. But our elected officials on both sides of the aisle have conjured up verbal warfare by calling each other "fascist", "communist", etc. Normal people just stand in the middle disgusted with both sides. But of late the media's taken up this mantle and it just perpetuates the idea that everyone left of center is Marx and everyone right of center is Hitler.
- Anonymous2 months ago
it's not always mistakenly.
Those that have researched fascism (google "14 characteristics of fascism") all agree that fascism is rightwing, anti-socialist and "nationalist"/"patriotic" (read: chauvinist and jingoist). Fascists literally sacrifice people "for the good of the nation/country/economy"
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- BBagwindsLv 72 months ago
Fascism is by definition a far-right wing movement. It's people on the right themselves who claim they're patriots, including, in the U.S., people like neo-Nazis, who are, obviously, anti-Semites. Of course, people on the center-right, center-left and left know that far-right people are not patriots, they're radicals.
As to the Act of Congress that you refer to, which is about fair compensation for property illegally seized during WWII, it's of no interest to me.
- Master ShakeLv 42 months ago
well, because left wingers are low IQ individuals who are easily brainwashed into spouting nonsense fed to them over and over by universities trying to control the country. They are incapable of thinking for themselves.