Liberal Democracy and Might Makes Right

When discussing politics and meta-politics the concept of democracy and power naturally becomes the focus of the conversation. It is often said by those who support democracy (and sometimes even by those people who don't) that it is virtuous for three main reasons. To be clear, when I say Democracy, I mean Liberal Democracy in … Continue reading Liberal Democracy and Might Makes Right

A very short introduction: Fascism by Kevin Passmore, book review

This is a very odd book. It shifts between being neutral, being retarded and being very accurate. It does a good job at paving out the history of Fascism over the last one hundred years, but then fails to really delve into anything like Hitler's views of why he was forming Nazism and what the … Continue reading A very short introduction: Fascism by Kevin Passmore, book review

Fascism: One hundred questions asked and answered, book review

A very interesting book, but very clearly slightly outdated by being written in the 1930s, however it is still mostly relevant and interesting. An example of the interesting parts is when Mosley explains where the term, Icons and salutes of Fascism come from. Fasces being a bundle of sticks collected together to create an unbreakable … Continue reading Fascism: One hundred questions asked and answered, book review

The Conservative party of the UK are pushing the victim narrative.

The 'Conservative party' selling the victim narrative hard and fast. The public show anger to MPs for being completely incompetent and not representing their people, and then the MP can silence the people. Dianne Abbott has been selling this idea for years, when people call her an incompetent twat, they are expressing that she isn't … Continue reading The Conservative party of the UK are pushing the victim narrative.