The Differences Between Fascism and Nazism | Joshua Noyer

Joshua Noyer, Chairman of the American Blackshirts Party takes on the misconception that Fascism and Nazism are at all the same, advocating to consider them separately. He also addresses the Jewish Question obsession of the National Socialists. As readers know, I have stated this also. I would agree with Noyer, and he presented this well. It is of course, a disadvantage to those I have termed intellectually lazy, who casually use the word, and whom he addresses in the beginning, regarding the philosophy of Fascism. Even if you are not Fascist, as there are not many who even dare, you want to get your perspective right. As has been done, others will continue to intentionally get their history wrong and lie to their advantage, or play around with words and change the meanings, but this has its costs, because Everyone now sees fascists.

“Fascism was born to inspire a faith not of the Right (which at bottom aspires to conserve everything, even injustice) or of the Left (which at bottom aspires to destroy everything, even goodness), but a collective, integral, national faith.”

JOSé ANTONIO PRIMO RIVERA, Stanley G. Payne, Falange: A History of Spanish Fascism (1961), 31.

“…the Left has become in a sense, the only ideology—the dominant ideology. (…) There is really nothing else except the Left which frames and shapes the political debate, not only in the United States, but I think throughout most of the Western World.”

PAUL GOTTFRIED

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