Neo-Fascism


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neo-fascism

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics a modern right-wing political movement that includes significant elements of fascism, esp inspired by fascist Italy

Neo-Fascism

the post-World War II rise of a movement whose principal aim is to incorporate the doctrines of fascism into existing political systems. — Neo-Facist, n.
See also: Fascism
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Neo-fascism of today lays the blame on immigrants rather than on Jews and Leftists: it's not very different just smarter.
However, what Robinson represents - thuggish neo-fascism dressed up as 'man-of-the-people' common sense - is on the rise across Europe, with alarmingly strong results for the far-right parties in France, Italy and Hungary.
Talk of a re-emergence of neo-fascism is rampant in Europe.
In her opinion, the fact that neo-fascism was on the rise was a direct consequence of Europes economic crisis, something that was creating disaffection.
To some extent, it is an inevitable product of the resurgence of neo-fascism. It may seem curious that some of these elements are huge fans of Benjamin Netanyahu and members of a mutual fan club, but they are ideologically in the same boat, and the Likud leader seldom hesitates to reciprocate their affection.
The eighth giant blocking the way to a flourishing, inclusive economic system is populism, which in some cases -- as in Brazil under President Jair Bolsonaro, if not the United States under Donald Trump -- is fast becoming neo-fascism. Support for populists also has grown dramatically in Europe, no doubt owing to chronic economic inequality, insecurity, debt, stress, and anger.
Israel is unabashedly exploiting the growing rise of neo-fascism and populism in Europe, the US and elsewhere.
Israel is unabashedly(https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/union-israel-european-180716085952930.html) exploiting the unmitigated rise of global neo-fascism and populism.
Likewise, the insertion of footage from the Nuremberg Trials and Sergei Eisenstein's film Battleship Potemkin evokes Uruguay's recent dictatorship and impunity laws in a way that superimposes disparate geographies and time periods to demonstrate the current emergence of neo-fascism, particularly with the extreme right in Germany and Russia.
The public is invited to attend award-winning journalist Niranjan Takle's free lecture, "The Crisis in Democracy and the Rise of Neo-Fascism in India: Lessons for the U.S." The Oakton Peace and Social Justice Studies Program is sponsoring the event.
We are watching, in real time, the US President using his power to mainstream ideologies of neo-fascism.