- Oct 11, 2020
- 50d 13h 9m
Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation
yeah it's not too long of a read and describes his essential ideas, I just pirated an epub and read it from my kindle tbh. His fourth industrial revolution books also describe the potential he sees in ultra accelerated globo service tech and other shit.I wanted to purchase this book as memorabilia. After looking into it, I think Schwab's PR is nightmarishly bad, but there were ideas on the great reset facebook page that were interesting. Is it worth a read?
For the Relations between man and woman (in sure someone has put this one already) definitely read Schopenhauer's "On women " essay or definitely Weininger's "Sex and Character"This thread is to discuss books: Either those you have read, will read, wish to read, or recommend others to read.
Mussolini's intellectuals A. James Gregor
Thank you!Mussolini's intellectuals A. James Gregor
Doctrine of Fascism Benito Mussolini, Giovanni Gentile
Learning about history of interwar peroid Italy also will help understand fascism better as it's ideology that, as Mussolini puts it, was created out of need for action. The people that gathered at Piazza San Sepolcro, on march 23 1919 came from various diffrenet backgrounds and held different views. They gathered in Mediolan to seek solution outside of right-wing or left-wing to criss that Italy was experiencing after war world I.
Also Gentile's view of Fascism is highly intellectual and based on philosophy, which doesn't really represtents Mussolini's views or movment as a whole. Notably, Mussolini's views were heavy influnced by italian socialism, in which he used to participate.
Fascism doesn't really have philosophical underpinnings per se, it wasn't created by intellectual effort, it was born out of necessity in time of criss and as ideology, it's anit-intelectual. Only after 1922, fascism as ideology had a luxury developing more elaborate and intelectual thoughts. Overall, fascism is a complex phenomena, It isn't as codified other ideologies, so you may came to different understading of it than I do, also there is a more or less problem of definiton and categorization, should we extend the name fascism to other similar movments in Europe or should fascism be understanded as italian phenomena.Thank you!
What I'm looking for are books on the philosophical underpinnings of Fascism, not about Mussolini's applied version. I'll start with these recommendations.
Dumbest shit ive ever heard lolMerchants of Sin - Benjamin Garland
Explains how the Jewish used their influence to spread pornography into the west, in order for men to willingly bust nuts, thus lowering the testosterone levels across the nation and causing them to become docile and easy manipulated.
Not a Fascist myself, but I can point you to some great resource texts for understanding what Fascism is, from the perspectives of actual Fascists themselves (most of these were written either by Giovanni Gentile, Benito Mussolini, The P.N.F. or one of its' organs):
Thank you for the reply, I will check these out!Not a Fascist myself, but I can point you to some great resource texts for understanding what Fascism is, from the perspectives of actual Fascists themselves (most of these were written either by Giovanni Gentile, Benito Mussolini, The P.N.F. or one of its' organs):
And some miscellaneous papers, probably written and published by the P.N.F. or one of it's organs (I could not find the publishing dates or authors for these, sorry about that):
- The Doctrine of Fascism, Benito Mussolini (This is a most complete outline. Start here and work your way down the list.);
- 'Program of the National Fascist Party' (1921)
- 'The Manifesto of Fascist Intellectuals' (1925)
- 'The Charter of Labour' (1927)
- 'The Manifesto of Race' (1938)
- 'The Manifesto of Verona' (1943)
For a TL;DR, or if you want everything in one to two books, you can also read these, which of course were compiled and published by the P.N.F. from 1938-39:
- 'The Diary of Will'
- 'Truth and Lies About Fascism'
- 'The Philosophy of Fascism'
- 'The Catcheism of Race'
- 'The First Book of Fascism' (1938)
- 'The Second Book of Fascism' (1939)
Nope and I won't let them say a word, dude why are you this keen? The hate is a joke. Take it as a joke. May it remain a joke.