How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them by Jason Stanley
How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them Jason Stanley ebook
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Totalitarian socio-political capitalism is concealed behind the illusion of a mass participatory society. And passion It was something close to the “meaning of life ”, necessary to steel feminised, liberal “last men,” awakening them from their egalitarian stupor. The stakes of political debates are high, especially when it is the American Presidency at issue. British fascism was based on British nationalism. Jason Stanley - How Fascism Works. British Fascism refers to the form of fascism promoted by political parties and movements in Britain. Many people were killed by fascist governments because the government did not like them or because they opposed fascism. In the US, many Americans are still figuring out how they're going to face the next four years of a president elected after a campaign built on racism, anti- intellectualism, misogyny and truth distortion; his suggestion of a register for Muslims horrified many. Fascist ideas were most common around the time of World War II. The glamour, bullying and violence of the libertarian alt-Right has a directpolitical ancestor, and it's not Nazi Germany. The Nazis It works the same way in any country. American historians and political commentators have also used the term to refer to politico-religious tendencies in American society. In countries led by fascist governments, the government tries to control all areas of life, including work, school, and family life. Michael Parenti, author and historian says, “Fascism historically has been used to secure the interests of large capitalist interests against the demands of popular democracy. Then and Us versus them politics, pitting one group against another, is as old as the hills. As 'scum-sucking slime creatures' and 'mutant slugs' in a Breitbart article celebrating Trump's US presidential victory , urging: 'smite them, salt them, and crush them underfoot'. We need different strategies to fight these different forms of right-wing authoritarianism, and we need a political vocabulary that lets us tell them apart.1 .