neofascist


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ne·o·fas·cism

 (nē′ō-făsh′ĭz′əm)
n.
A movement inspired by the tenets and methods of fascism or Nazism.

ne′o·fas′cist adj. & n.
Translations

neofascist

[ˈniːəʊˈfæʃɪst]
A. ADJneofascista
B. Nneofascista mf

neofascist

[ˌniːəʊˈfæʃɪst] adj & nneofascista (m/f)
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The most vocal among them, notably Emma Gonzalez and David Hogg, have attracted vile slander and abuse from the neofascist right.
He picked an unprecedented and unnecessary fight with the prime minister of the United Kingdom, supposedly America's closest ally, by retweeting a British neofascist group's anti-Muslim posts.
This time he opted to retweet three videos posted by Jayda Fransen - the deputy leader of the far-right, ultra-nationalist, neofascist hate group, Britain First.
In doing so he opted to retweet three videos posted by Jayda Fransen - the deputy leader of the far-right, ultranationalist, neofascist hate group, Britain First.
Imperial hatred came to Venezuela with neofascist expressions," Rodriguez said.
Democrats and their progressive allies are also divided between those who feel the necessity of cutting deals with Trump on issues such as trade and infrastructure, and those who insist that any compromising with Trump results in "normalizing" a man they view as an authoritarian, or even a neofascist.
Cornel West wrote a piece in The Guardian where he basically says that Trump's election is the end of neoliberalism and it ended with a neofascist bang.
One has to be shocked by the events of the past year--especially by Brexit, the growing strength of neofascist parties in Europe, the destruction of Turkish democracy, and the rise of Trump--and at the same time, one has to figure out the frame through which they make sense.
This is a victory for a neofascist populism-scapegoating immigrants and Muslims-and if Bernie Sanders had been the Democrats' candidate, I feel confident he would have won.
The massive propaganda campaign presented the Ukrainian political resistance as the initiative of neofascist groups and organizations.
Sosa puts all of this to very productive use in questioning the overarching principle (often more implied than specifically articulated) in the ideologies of memory, redemocratization, and social justice that have prevailed in Argentina since the return to constitutional democracy in 1983 after the 1976-83 neofascist military dictatorship that the legitimacy of public voice belongs preeminently, if not exclusively, to those who are joined by blood to the victims.
In London in 2011, queer Muslim organizations Safra and Imaan mobilized against the East End Gay Pride, a pinkwashing event organized by the neofascist English Defense League, which frequently marches on areas racialized as Muslim (Decolonize Queer, 2011; Imaan, 2011; Safra Project, 2011).