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8 thoughts on “ Blue Fascism

  1. Available for sale from Kalkman Gallery, HoodKitsch, Blue-Fascism (), Marker on torn envelops, 30 × 90 cm.
  2. Fascism definition is - a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition. How to use fascism in a sentence.
  3. Jan 10,  · The point was to show fascism’s supporters that it was a superior method of achievement, cutting through the red tape of bureaucracy, the endless and sometimes indecisive debates of politicians, and the flabby weaklings who preferred peace to war.
  4. Political colours are colours used to represent a political ideology, movement or party, either officially or unofficially. Parties in different countries with similar ideologies sometimes use similar colours. For example, the colour red symbolises left-wing ideologies in many countries (leading to such terms as "Red Army" and "Red Scare"), while the colour orange symbolizes Christian.
  5. Following the Mukden Incident and the wider invasion of Manchuria by Japanese troops in , several fascist-oriented patriotic societies were formed in China; the largest of these groups, the Blue Shirts, formed an alliance with the Kuomintang (National People’s Party) under Chiang Kai-shek. At Chiang’s order in , the Blue Shirts were temporarily put in charge of political indoctrination in the army .
  6. Speaking after the legendary U.S. Navy Blue Angels roared overhead, President Trump ushered in the July 4th weekend Friday night at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota with a full-throated condemnation.
  7. Critics of Roosevelt's New Deal often liken it to fascism, writes David Gordon. Roosevelt's numerous defenders dismiss this charge as reactionary propaganda; but as Wolfgang Schivelbusch makes clear in Three New Deals, it is perfectly true. Moreover, it was recognized to be true during the s, by the New Deal's supporters as well as its opponents. The Nazi press enthusiastically hailed the.
  8. The Army Comrades Association (ACA), later the National Guard, then Young Ireland and finally League of Youth, but better known by the nickname The Blueshirts (Irish: Na Léinte Gorma), was a fascist paramilitary organisation in the Irish Free State in the early s. The group provided physical protection for political groups such as Cumann na nGaedheal from intimidation and attack by the Ideology: Clerical fascism, Catholic corporatism, .

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