Does anybody have any book guides to study fascism or recommendations on the topic?
Good sources to study fascism
Fascism is so simple you don't need any books.
You can resume it to : Conform to me or else.
Evola was a reactionary who resented the modern world while fascism was a revolutionary idea that imbraced technology. So I'm a bit confused on why you're shilling for him.
If you want the base books read the ones written by Gentile and Mussolini
The French strike again.
I would say it's more like conform to the group or perish.
Fascism is a bad idea retard
Go back to cnn
Cultured Thug has a good youtube channel for those of us that are a little bit too retarded to read.
Fascism is for le edgy kids dude. And the world already has too many socialists
Shut up frog nigger
By saying that you show that you have never even looked in the direction of a fascist literature
Wish they still sold Imperium with this cover it's so based
I've read basic historiography about it, and am currently reading Sun and Steel. To me fascism seems like a culture-focused form of socialism heavy on syndicalism that could care less about the individual and the basic principles of economy.
Cultured-thug on YouTube
He makes some really good videos
Sun and Steel is a great book, but it more touches the spiritual side of fascism, and even then, it's more of an work by a Japanese person to Japanese people. I recommend checking out the pastebin you posted, there are many far better books to help understand Fascism than works by Mishima. About socialism - yes, you could say that, but keep in mind, that it's nothing like Marxist Socialism. Also, syndicalism was mainly a thing for Latin fascists (Italy, Spain, France), other movemnets had different influences, like NatSoc being influenced by German Socialism. You should've started with this post, your original post made you seem like a complete PragerU retard with regards to fascism.
study how antifa works
very fascist ideology
your original post made you seem like a complete PragerU retard with regards to fascism
kek thinking about it, you're right. I apologize.
And while I consider fascism far superior than marxist socialism and their variants - and even agree with some points - I personally believe that 1) the world has already too many collectivist ideologies, 2) it is too stigmatized to ever come back into mainstream, and especially 3) individual freedoms and economic development should be the main focus of a society, while culture and tradition should be responsibilities of the individual and associations.
In that order.
Btw, I made a typo in my response. I meant the pastebin that I posted. About fascism - it's not purely collectivist, as communism is, and it's not purely individualistic as capitalism. There's still room for individual expression in fascism, it's even encouraged. We do not seek to destroy the individual, rather, we seek to empower him by being a part of a larger and stronger collective. About the stigma, well, I maybe we won't call it fascism, but in the end, I think that fascism is truth, and the cause of it just, and that ideals of fascism will reborn in our lifetimes. When talking about relationship between economy, culture and state, I think it's important to understand, that culture and tradition is more important than economy. And in the end, the biggest gains from capitalism go to the bourgeoisie, who I'm very much opposed to, and this model, with free markets and no cultural restrictions, allow them to become the ruling class, and as we can see while looking at today, they only care about their own personal gain. This in turn, creates degeneracy and things like mass immigration.
As a libertarian, I consider the State as the primal enemy of the individual, opressing him, taking away his riches and imposing burdens that slow down the development of the economy. One can argue with empirical evidence and aprioristic reason that the only way to a truly wealthy country is through capitalism. I believe your neighbor Estonia is developing really quickly thanks to a fusion of free market and technology. So a rich burgeoisie class is a necessity, but they must reach the top thanks to the market instead of statist privileges (as it goes in most of the world).
In regards to the cultural aspect, many people criticize capitalism because it supposedly doesn't care about it. However, humans will naturally converge into associations (like churches), provided that this path isn't intentionally blocked by some external force. The only issue I have with this view, which is an ancap one, is the psychological aspect of the individual and some special context that makes it impossible. About it, I remember the hong kong guy who hanged himself in his apartment but was discovered only three years later.
This in turn, creates degeneracy and things like mass immigration.
this isn't fault of the free market, it's caused by cultural marxism. It's governments and ((people)) actively trying to undermine the western nations.
british and italian structures seem to be the best examples of actual workable solutions.
behold leftypol retardation
Evola was a reactionary you retard. Also shouldn't you be in school?
Why can't we have all the best parts of every kind of government? That seems like the most logical answer.
Absolutely! Why not worship Donald Trump like the nationalist leader we've always wanted and celebrate that fashy wall that keeps all the aliens out of our home!
I don't worship crypto kikes
He's your God Emperor have some respect.
I hope the day of the rake comes before the day of the rope.
Recommend some books on libertarianism.
don't study fascism, study Thomism instead
Sure, but it depends on what you want to study.
About economy, Hayek's Road of Serfdom and Hoppe's Economic Science and the Austrian Method if you have the basics. Any of Mises's works are nice too. But if you're interested in philosophy and epistemology, Hoppe's God that Failed and Theory on Socialism and Capitalism, with Kant's Metaphysics of Morals as a background. Keep in mind that Hoppe is an anarchocapitalist and not minarchist, though, so he's pretty extreme at times. As for ethics and philosophy of law, i can't really recommend anything as I haven't researched anything specific to libertarianism yet, and I've sticked to a number of theories on human rights, political treatises and and built up my own opinion on the subject. However, Hoppe always talks about these in his works
didn't even have to check the flag
"National Destiny" by Marshal Ironsides. It has a nice contemporary context of fascism.