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Originally posted by Cattlest
Fascism is basically the sacrifice of the individual for the good of the group, so communism can and usually is fascist.... Such communist ideas as universal healthcare and racial equality are very commendable, but the abolition of private property is Fascism.
Originally posted by ConspiracyNut23
Trinitrotoluene, you will quickly noticed that there are many freemasons frequenting these boards who quickly shut down any discussion about the Illuminati.
Let me see if I can help. First, if you want to be in the conspiracy game you need to learn to not get hung up on specific theories. People will want to argue endlessly about whether the NWO is run by the Illuminati, or the bankers, or, if both, which group is actually in charge. There have been three major waves of conspiracy theory in the last 60 years in America. The first was the post war "Communist conspiracy" phase led by the Mcarthyites and groups like the John Birch society. Next came a left wing set of theories focusing on the "Military Industrual Complex" These ideas find their earliest expression in the farewell adress of Eisenhauer, and took off in the 60's following the Kennedy assn. and watergate. In the early 90's we saw the development of what was dubbed "Fusion Paranoia". The cold war had ended, and right, and left could communicate with each other without the baggage of that conflict. It was in the early 90's that many began to understand that the NWO was beyond ideology. It was about control. To understand the role of Planned Parenthood, research the history of the eugenics movement in this country. Margeret Sanger, the founder of PP was an ardent eugenisist, and racist. Thousands of people were sterlized against their will in the early 20th century. As fusion conspiracy theorists understand, the NWO uses both sides of a debate-something along the lines of the Thesis-Antithesis-Synthesis model. Abortion is a classic example of this method. The far left says that the fetus is an unviable tissue mass, a positon I disagree with, while still accepting that a reasonable person can hold this view. Is this view is correct, it should obviously be the women's right to choose whether this tissue mass is removed from her own body. The other side claims that the fetus is a human life, and if correct, this opinon would demand that abortion be outlawed. The point I am making is this: either view can be held by someone who supports the U.S const. The synthesis, or so called moderate view, is that the "Resonable people" can believe that the fetus is a human being while still supporting legal abortion. Thus, the right to life is nullified; those that support freedom are labeled as "extremists" This is the form of political alchemy used by the NWO. You will find it on almost every major issue, and for the formula to work the NWO must fund, and control a wide variety of seemingly conflicting groups.
Originally posted by trinitrotoluene
I am a neophyte when it comes to the rumors/theories/stories of the Illuminati. One that I have heard more than once is that they support Planned Parenthood somehow.
What is their interest in something like this? Wouldn't they want more humans to control if their objective is world domination?
Follow-up statement: People say that the Illuminati want to instill a "communist world government." Based on how I have heard they want to run the world, it would be the opposite - a FASCIST world government. Communism is extreme left-wing, and Fascism is extreme right-wing, such as Nazi Germany.
Originally posted by Masonic Light
Sorry to be a stickler here, but Fascism supports private property. Benito Mussolini, the original founder of the Fascist movement, actually was able to squirm himself into power by promising wealthy capitalists that he would defend their property against Italian Bolsheviks. Much the same can be said of Hitler, Franco, Tojo, and the other Fascist tyrants.
The abolition of private property, although not original in Marxist thought, is fundamental to it. According to Communist theory, only when the private ownership of the means of production is abolished can the forces of production be set free. Communism, therefore, seeks to end private property in an evolutionary step to establish a new, egalitarian society, while Fascism is reactionary, and seeks to preserve capitalism by reverting to an almost feudalistic economy. One noted American socialist and commentator has called Fascism "the final stage of capitalism in decay", a definition that is perhaps accurate.