More like I once had an annoying debate with an Iron Marcher on another forum which never got anywhere because they refused to accept anything other than Iron March as a source on Fascism, it pretty much made it unable for me to take them seriously. Especially when they criticize trying to have real life policies as “live action roleplaying,” in contrast to their… forum roleplaying? [quote=“Champion, post:92, topic:110853”]
Even you yourself has to admit fascism as an ideology in standard discourse has morphed to something more than the National Fascists. Regardless, it’s purely semantics. Ideologies change and evolve to situations.
So which is it, is Fascism some sort of cosmic weltanschuung or is it simply an ideology which has evolved? Even then I’d disagree that this is some sort of evolved Fascism, I’ve never seen any party or movement advocate these positions in real life. [quote=“Champion, post:92, topic:110853”]
To be fair, it is very difficult for me to believe that you were ever legitimately a fascist. Especially considering your gender diasphora (not just ad hominem here- it legitimately makes it seem as if you were confused for a time).
Honestly not going to get into this whole thing because it’s stupid - just going to point out that the founders of Fascism included a cocaine addicted autogynophialiac, a free love advocate, and a man who thought that his wife was his sister and felt tender about this.[quote=“Champion, post:92, topic:110853”]
80% of your philosophical posts have drawn from obscure socialists or Nietzsche/ Hegel (that I have read). So I don’t know which fascist writers you have read and can only make assumptions based on present information.
There are only two obscure socialist figures I can recall bringing up - Sorel (and if you think he’s irrelevant to Fascism, you really shouldn’t be debating anything about the ideology) and Stirner, both of whom influenced Fascism to a degree.
Nietzsche and Hegel were alive before Fascism was created, but they both played an extremely significant role in forming the ideological foundation of Fascism. So they’re pretty relevant (though I read neither because of their relationship to Fascism - I just liked their philosophies).