The Early Mussolini on World Peace, Imperialism, the Renaissance, the Authoritative State and War (1931 and 1937)

THE EARLY MUSSOLINI ON WORLD PEACE, IMPERIALISM, LIBERTY, THE AUTHORITATIVE AND CORPORATIVE STATE IN FASCISM, AND WAR: 1931 Speech to the English-speaking World and 1937 Interview with James Strachey Barnes “And the purpose of Fascism is plain: to make the world a better place to live in and man a nobler citizen. […] Fascism is Continue reading The Early Mussolini on World Peace, Imperialism, the Renaissance, the Authoritative State and War (1931 and 1937)

The Thermopylae of Fascism: Benito Mussolini’s Last Testament on His Life, Fascism, and Italy

“For this common ground, I would give my life even now, willingly, so long as it is truly marked with real Italian spirit.” “…I was, and am, a socialist.” BENITO MUSSOLINI, SEE Before Sono Tornato and Vincere: Antonio Banderas as “The Young Mussolini” – Angelica Balabanoff on Mussolini’s Problem It is 1945, early in the Continue reading The Thermopylae of Fascism: Benito Mussolini’s Last Testament on His Life, Fascism, and Italy

Everyone now sees fascists

An excerpt from Brendan O’Neill’s essay, Bolsonaro is not a fascist, on the danger of branding everyone a fascist; something rather than genuinely foreboding, becoming a sign of intellectual laziness. Mussolini’s Prediction of the future in the Last Days of his “Italian Social Republic” (1945) “The present war will produce an alteration in order of Continue reading Everyone now sees fascists

Classicists on the Alt-Right appropriating the Classics—Thoughts on the Classics and Modern Theosophy

THOUGHTS ON THE CLASSICS, ALT-RIGHT AND MODERN THEOSOPHY In the mid-point to the last quarter of 2018, many articles were written across platforms and the internet on how the Alt-Right and Conservatives were appropriating “the Greek and Latin Classics” to lend credibility to vicious and vindictive white supremacist and Identitarian ideology. I must state clearly, Continue reading Classicists on the Alt-Right appropriating the Classics—Thoughts on the Classics and Modern Theosophy

Republican and Progressive Pioneer: Giuseppe Mazzini’s Political Thought and his influence on President Woodrow Wilson

Giuseppe Mazzini was a uniquely influential figure and revolutionary in the line of Republican tradition. The Pillar of American Thought – Republicanism, a Way of Life Republicanism during the Enlightenment period was a global revolutionary phenomena throughout France, Spain, China, England, Ireland, Latin America, etc., hence, a tradition (the over-arching philosophy) in and of itself Continue reading Republican and Progressive Pioneer: Giuseppe Mazzini’s Political Thought and his influence on President Woodrow Wilson

JULIUS EVOLA ON THE MYTHOLOGIZATION OF FASCISM

Even Evola, in his honesty on Fascism, tells the younger generation to let it go. “Mythologization has naturally gone hand in hand with idealization, so that only the positive aspects of the Fascist regime are highlighted, deliberately or unconsciously playing down the negative ones. The same procedure is practiced the other way round by those Continue reading JULIUS EVOLA ON THE MYTHOLOGIZATION OF FASCISM

Marcello Veneziani on the Spirit of Giovanni Gentile’s Actualism and Rebuilding Italy

“It would take Gentile to rebuild Italy” outlines Gentile’s thought, and place in Italian intellectual history. Like Mazzini, Gentile understood nationalism in the sense, that it was a faith and a spiritual philosophy for unifying the people of a nation, which has its destiny. The philosopher states in The Residues of the Old Italy (p. Continue reading Marcello Veneziani on the Spirit of Giovanni Gentile’s Actualism and Rebuilding Italy

Smearing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kyle Kulinski on the Justice Democrats, and Trump’s Anti-Press Tactics

28 year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated 4th ranking and established House Democrat, Rep. Joe Crowley in the New York House Democratic primary last week, saying that leftist policies can win elections. First-term Illinois’s Democratic senator, Tammy Duckworth disagreed, arguing that, while it may be the future of the Bronx, running on policies too far to the left Continue reading Smearing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kyle Kulinski on the Justice Democrats, and Trump’s Anti-Press Tactics

Flaw in the Fascist Ideal of the New Woman – Victoria de Grazia on Fascism and Women in Italy

What are these Spanish women smiling gleefully about? I had read Victoria de Grazia’s “How Fascism Ruled Women: Italy, 1922-1945,” and we find that the New Woman (Nuova Italiana!) in the Italian Fascist Ideal was not as one might imagine, as displayed in Italian and German pictures, and in the propaganda of Athena-esque women, marching, Continue reading Flaw in the Fascist Ideal of the New Woman – Victoria de Grazia on Fascism and Women in Italy