Frankly speaking, I have had a very negative and ignorant perception on Fascism. What shocked me and made me research and find the truth about Fascism is my newly discovery of the barbaric and disgusting executions of defenseless Benito Mussolini (at the age of 62) and his innocent girlfriend Clara Petacci (at the age of 33). No sensible human beings or mobs could do that and in that way. They not only killed them summarily but they also mutilated their dead bodies and celebrated on their corpses which they hanged them upside down and enjoyed their satanic crimes.
Of course the real killers are still in hiding and they made successful propaganda by presenting something they invented and called “Italian partisans”.
Many western globalist anti-nationalism sources portray Benito Mussolini and Fascism as evils. Neutral and objective reading and research of actual records on Mussolini and Fascism will definitely result in total change in perceptions and even an opposite stand in support them.
This article is not about bringing convincing materials; but it is just about inviting people and organizations to bring facts back to life and let the individuals make their own conclusions and minds away from prejudices and mainstream propaganda.
The word Fascism means “the bundle” or “the sheaf” which is symbols of strength in unity.
What are the true definition and the real ideology of Fascism? And what are their actual social; economic; religious; cultural and foreign policies?
Why Fascism is considered dangerous by both the right and left? Why Fascism is commonly described as “extreme right” although many experts have found that placing fascism on a conventional left-right political spectrum difficult and wrong?
What are the core tenants of Fascism? What are their real achievements; failures and crimes?
Believe me; after you answer these questions honestly you might become free from many lies or even a new-born Fascist.
Watch this horrible video about the executions of Benito Mussolini and Clara Petacci.
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