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The Colors of Fascism

By on Jun 5, 2014 in Featured, Politics | 0 comments

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You have to remember, fascism is not a specific color, but an attitude, and all colors, once they seek to impose themselves, can become fascist. This is why you have red fascists, and blue fascists, and green fascists, and purple fascists, and all other kinds, and this is why people get confused sometimes…think somebody is a friend when, in fact, they turn out to be an enemy. If you are red, and fighting green, all the red fascists come to your aid and call you heroes, but when you battle red fascism, suddenly you are called traitors. When you turn to fight off the red fascists, all the green fascists think themselves allies, they want to come to your aid! Surely you are part of their ‘green’ revolution! But you are no such thing, you are simply fighting off fascists of all colors, because, in the end, fascism deprives all colors of taste, whether you want to think of the result as white or black, the fact is that all fascism results in a bland uniformity, all fascism desires a blank uniformity, a conformity of taste, of opinion, of choice, of view. It is the murder of the individual, it is the state as the ultimate vampire, feeding off the blood of the population rather than enriching the lives of its citizens. It is the death knell of freedom, and of choice, and of all other colors. It is oppression.

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