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Will fascism rise again after shtf (post economic collapse) in Asia?

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posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 11:01 AM
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Already we have an increase of fascist far right groups in Europe here is an example:




Democratic institutions began imploding before any neo-fascists came to real power. The failure of the political class and the threat of unbearable punishment from the bond market has led, in some cases, to the imposition of unelected officials, as with the appointment of Mario Monti in Italy. The technocrats’ solution to the deepening crisis is simple and elegantly self-serving: they need more power. The Economist sees a great opportunity in the crisis for European integrationists: “A consensus is slowly emerging that, whether a Greek exit is to be averted or weathered, there will have to be a greater level of integration in the eurozone, with tighter constraints on the freedom of national governments.” The European Commission and the IMF define lack of accountability. The failure of their policies calling for painful austerity measures in Greece has had no consequences. Who can fire them?
This situation presents a question that makes sense to more people than just fascists: what is the value of democracy if it is incapable of determining the economic system of its people?


source :

www2.macleans.ca...

Now the question is will fascism rise again in Asia as well?

Because I read an article lately about China planning to takeover spratly Island on the Phillippines and it made a very disturbing comparison with Nazi Germany



CHINA INCREASINGLY RESEMBLES LATE 1930S NAZI GERMANY

I'm not maritime lawyer, but everything I've read outside of China indicates that Scarborough Shoal is Philippines territory. As one web site reader put it, "Scarborough Shoal is near the main Philippine island of Luzon. If China claims it -- it is basically claiming the entire Philippines coastline."
And China itself must know this. Otherwise they would be willing to have the dispute settled by the appropriate international tribunal, and they wouldn't be issuing repeated threats of war. Furthermore, if this were the only dispute in the region, one might be willing to believe that there was an honest different of opinion. But China is similarly claiming, with similar threats of war, vast regions of the Pacific Ocean, as well as territory in central Asia. China knows very well that they might win some of these cases in a lawful tribunal, but would lose others, but they want everything, and are willing to use vastly superior military force to get it.
China's warning to the Philippines to protect China's nationals is also ominous. China will be looking for a pretext to use military force. Sooner or later, some Chinese citizen will be hurt, and that will provide the pretext China needs for a military invasion.
Here's one online description of the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1938:
"Nazi leader Adolf Hitler's pretext for this effort was the alleged privations suffered by the ethnic German population living in those regions. New and extensive Czechoslovak border fortifications were also located in the same area.
Following the Anschluss of Nazi Germany and Austria, in March 1938, the conquest of Czechoslovakia became Hitler's next ambition. The incorporation of the Sudetenland into Nazi Germany left the rest of Czechoslovakia weak and it became powerless to resist subsequent occupation. On 16 March 1939, the German Wehrmacht moved into the remainder of Czechoslovakia and, from Prague Castle, Hitler proclaimed Bohemia and Moravia the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. The occupation ended with the surrender of Germany following World War II."
The West did not have to will to fight Nazi Germany after the invasion of Czechoslovakia, and instead "appeased" Germany, receiving the now famous promise from Hitler of "peace in our time." It was only when the Nazis invaded Poland in 1939 that Britain reluctantly realized that it had no choice but to go to war. And America stayed out of the war for another two years, until the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
China is looking more and more like Nazi Germany every day. Right now, it's beginning to look like the Philippines will be China's first military target, though obviously that could change. Would a Chinese invasion of the Philippines trigger a military response from America? It's hard to say, but it's quite possible that an appeasement strategy would be used. But if that strategy were used, it would be used only once. A Chinese attack on Taiwan or Japan would come soon after that, and then America would be forced into a full scale crisis war, whether it wanted it or not.
Today's top leadership -- Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao -- would not want this to happen. But they're in their last days now. Within months, a younger, far more dangerous and highly nationalistic generation, similar to America's Generation-X, will be taking over. And like Germany's Lost Generation of the 1930s, China's new leadership will not hesitate to use China's vast and growing military power to create a new Holocaust and World War. Many of them will live to regret their decisions, just as many Nazi survivors did, but only after a few hundred million people have been killed.


source:

www.breitbart.com...

Now the big question is when the world goes into depression will we see fascists coming to power in various nations?

In the 1930s we all know that the fascists came to power because of an economic depression and yes anybody can take whoever can help them out even if means doing horrific things.




posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 11:03 AM
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what collapse in asia
its only g5 nations which are truely suffering becuase they are owned by satanic tards



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 11:08 AM
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Well I've heard that China will collpase in the near future research China's ghost cities



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 01:45 PM
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fascism is a left wing ideal,not right. read a book...



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 03:36 PM
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After a SHTF event, I think you'd see the rise of small dictatorships and monarchies....survivors gathering around a charismatic leader of other survivors. Some of these dictatorships will be more democratic than others...especially in areas where multiple families banded together (such as rural areas) for survival.

Thing is, in a SHTF scenario (any kind), things will have to happen quickly, and that's where a dictatorship or monarchy shines. They can react quicker than a democracy. As things stabilize, the need for this will wane, and more sophisticated and equal forms of government can take hold...but initially, we'd need the reaction time of one leader within our circle.



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 04:32 PM
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Originally posted by bjax9er
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fascism is a left wing ideal,not right. read a book...


Fascism is either



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 04:46 PM
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Originally posted by bjax9er
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fascism is a left wing ideal,not right. read a book...


Perhaps you should read this book....

www.amazon.com...

After a shtf event of any magnitude; it will be total chaos and anarchy where only the strong will survive and the weak will be SOL.

Eventually the nihilists will be proven correct.

www.urbandictionary.com...

Bring it!!!
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posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 12:33 AM
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Originally posted by bjax9er
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fascism is a left wing ideal,not right. read a book...


I'd like to know from what book you got that erroneous idea.


Fascists have commonly presented themselves as politically syncretic—opposing firm association with any section of the left-right spectrum, considering it inadequate to describe their beliefs,[6][7] though fascism's goal to promote the rule of people deemed innately superior while seeking to purge society of people deemed innately inferior has been noted as being a prominent far-right stance.

Fascism opposes multiple ideologies: conservatism, liberalism, and the two major forms of socialism—communism and social democracy.


en.wikipedia.org...

You know, it's ironic that in this age of the internet with so much knowledge at our fingertips, people are getting dumber by the day.



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:51 PM
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Originally posted by bjax9er
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fascism is a left wing ideal,not right. read a book...


This "revisionist" idea is hilarious! American conservatives (of which I am one) have decided that fascism is "socialistic" and therefore leftist. I assume this is because the Nazi Party used the word "socialist" in its name. First, the Nazis were not fascist. They were termed fascist by the Soviets, and this was accepted by all and sundry at the time. The true capital F Fascists, Mussolini and Franco, were not socialists. The right in the US is simply trying to get any "bad" ideology labeled as "leftist". I would much rather be accurate than ideologically pure, so I guess there are some Gadsden flag toting conservatives out there who will now call me a "lefty plant". I have long understood that in America, conservatism = libertarianism/small-government. This definition is not accepted in the rest of the world. I guess that means that in the US, I'm a lefty and in the rest of the planet, I'm a right-winger. Whatever.
edit on 5/7/12 by taskforce4256 because: mis-spelled word.



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