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Some revealing facts about the history of the 'left'.

Many would submit or argue that the problem with liberals is that they’ve always been so convinced of their moral righteousness that they never feel the need to analyse

 So is this unwavering stance of moral righteousness, of moral superiority, 
fascistic for you express a counter view expect a great deal of undue vehemence, manifested in recriminatory 'how dare you' finger wagging. Image result for finger wagging
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One then wonders where this type of leftist surety, this Utopian certainty emanates from?

For Fascist movements are implicitly utopian because they—like communist and heretical Christian movements—assume that with just the right arrangement of policies, all contradictions can be rectified.  This is a political siren song; think wolf yodelling out it plaintive cry across the plains

One can envisage the leftist reaction who has been ingesting his morning dogma in the leftist bible the Guardian newspaper, “What!!” he/she expostulate and she spits out your soy latte.
But she protests
Image result for wolf howling“For me Fascism is reserved only for evil white conservative men who spout evil fascist rhetoric like small government, individualism, self-reliance, capitalism, less dependency on government, traditionalism, and self-responsibility with strong ties to self-sustaining autonomous Christian family units!!!”
I say, "Slow down, Che, put down your vegan burger, set side your latte and let me explain."

After peeling back some layers and layers of Orwellian leftist language and indoctrination that fascism is of the evil American Right, closer examination reveals startling comparisons to the modern American leftist.
Fascism could not be any further from the American conservative (Classical Liberalism at it’s heart).  Very few realize that fascism by its very nature was an extremely leftist populist movement taking root in Mussolini’s Italy and spreading like wild fire throughout Europe.

History of fascism

Fascism was born out of socialism (the prized ideology among the left) and was an evolved state-centric version of socialism which became popular around the early to mid 1900s. It was “new” and full of revolutionary change.  Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini (a name consisting almost entirely of Socialist revolutionaries) was raised a charismatic Italian Socialist (his Socialist father being a huge influence on him) (Goldberg 31).
After Mussolini incorporated socialism and nationalism within Italy, fascism spread quickly (without much pretense to race that would come later with German Nazism). Fascism would eventually compete with International Socialism for the young revolutionary, the working man, the poor, and the masses in places such as Germany, France, and Italy.
The state was always before the individual under fascism; taking from some and redistributing to the many.  This is the core of modern American leftist ideology.  Many parallels of fascism are closely similar to Obamacare (expanding health services), higher taxes among the elite and wealthy (wealth confiscation), and the most recent; the fascist power grab, by the FCC “Net Neutrality” rules (anti-capitalist).
.  Not to mention, affirmative action (prized among the left) is just race privilege enforced by government intervention.  Affirmative action is similar to the notorious government enforced Aryan privilege in Nazi Germany regardless of skill.

Historic dangers of the left

In all leftist extremes, be it communism, Nazism, socialism, or Fascism; murder, violence, and censorship are sure to be the eventual outcome of huge government. It is a historic pattern and if history is cyclical, which I believe it is, we are at the beginning of what will be the eventual violence found among extreme Leftist purity tactics dating back to the French Revolution (Jacboins), up through Soviet Russia (Bolsheviks), Ukraine, and Communist China.
Nothing has been more devastating and dangerous politically in the 20th century than leftist thought. If we look at 20th century communism alone we come to a whopping 85-100 million worldwide that perished under such leftist regimes, not to mention the censorship, labor camps, violation of civil liberties, and imprisonment.

“There is at least one official voice in Europe that expresses understanding of the methods and motives of President Roosevelt,” began a New York Times report in July 1933. “This voice is that of Germany, as represented by Chancellor Adolf Hitler.” The German leader told the Times, “I have sympathy with President Roosevelt because he marches straight toward his objective over Congress, over lobbies, over stubborn bureaucracies.”
Jonah GoldbergLiberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left from Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning

“In a famous interview with Emil Ludwig, Mussolini reiterated his view that “America has a dictator” in FDR. In an essay written for American audiences, he marveled at how the forces of “spiritual renewal” were destroying the outdated notion that democracy and liberalism were “immortal principles.” “America itself is abandoning them. Roosevelt is moving, acting, giving orders independently of the decisions or wishes of the Senate or Congress. There are no longer intermediaries between him and the nation.”
Jonah GoldbergLiberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left from Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning
Photo from the Holodomor, a man-made famine in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic

“The Nazi ideologist—and Hitler rival—Gregor Strasser put it quite succinctly: “We are socialists. We are enemies, deadly enemies, of today’s capitalist economic system with its exploitation of the economically weak, its unfair wage system, its immoral way of judging the worth of human beings in terms of their wealth and their money, instead of their responsibility and their performance, and we are determined to destroy this system whatever happens!”
Jonah GoldbergLiberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left from Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning

“the most important legacy of the 1960s has to be liberal guilt. Guilt over their inability to create the Great Society. Guilt over leaving children, blacks, and the rest of the Coalition of the Oppressed “behind.” Guilt is among the most religious of emotions and has a way of rapidly devolving into a narcissistic God complex. Liberals were proud of how guilty they felt

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