• History always repeats itself.

    The main reason fascism rose to its height as it did 80 years ago is due to what many people felt were attacks on their traditional values. The biggest example, National Socialism in Germany, was in response to the Weimar Republic. Many Germans were alarmed by the degeneracy going on in the center of their nation, Berlin, and needed someone to look up to, ie Hitler. Today we see the same degeneracy going on all over the world, homosexuality, pedophilia, transgender-ism, and communism. All of which destroy traditional values and senses of nationalism. The more you descend into the hole, the more strength you need to come back up.

  • It is everywhere

    It is undoubtedly everywhere, no matter where you look: it starts with isis in Iraq and Syria, goes on with Putin or Orban in Russia and Hungary, same for Poland, same for ukip in the UK, same for LePen in France, same for AfD in Germany and it has finally found it's way to the US with Trump

  • Fascism IS on the rise.

    Fascism it without a doubt on the rise (mainly in Europe). We can see how political parties like the golden dawn (Greece), Front national (France), NPD (Germany), and British national party (UK) are getting more and more support every day. Sure, many of thease parties may not be 100% fascist but they still have a fascist tone to themselfes.

  • Fascism is not on the rise.

    Fascism is not on the rise. People like having a say in their government, but not to the point where the government says every thing for them. They like a government that they feel they have some control in, so fascism would not be the ideal form of government for them.

  • Decrying fascism is a scare tactic.

    Fascism is no more on the rise than communism ever was thirty years ago. The U.S. is and will always be an oligarchic democracy. Decrying fascism is just a way for political parties to get their jabs in at the current President of the United States. It is nothing more than a political ploy.

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