Q. What is Fascism?

An ideology built around a view of human nature as being communal in origin.  Only through integrating himself and becoming one with Family, Community and State does the biological man develop into a fully human being. As a result Fascism is not solely concerned with governing but with all aspects of the individual’s interaction with society. Public and private no longer have any distinctions.  They are one and the same.

Q. What is the difference between Fascism and National Socialism?

National Socialism is the contradiction of Fascism.  While sharing many of the aesthetic qualities of Fascism and its rejection of Democracy.    National Socialism rejects Fascism's spirituality through its belief in biological racism, believing the individual to be the product of his race, destined to fulfill the destiny of his genetic makeup.  Taken to its logical rationale this leaves little if any room for the ethical State as expounded upon by Gentile.  Once the cause of the racial decay of the nation is dealt with through the expulsion of Jews and other undesirables the need for a strong State is no more and it will revert back to being a reflection of the race.  As opposed to Fascist doctrine which teaches that the race is a creation of the State.

Q. Why are we neither Capitalist nor Socialist?

Both economic systems are rooted in materialism.  The idea that man’s needs and wants can be reduced to, happiness = the accumulation of material goods and possessions.  There’s also an element of utopian fantasy in both systems which have the good of society being the result of on one hand the interplay of supply and demand and on the other class warfare.  Fascist economics (Corporatism) models itself on human nature taking into account Man’s need for community and meaning.  By organizing society through the Corporatist model, whereby all citizens will be members of an occupational group; the diversity of modern society will be reconciled as membership in the occupation group will create the realization that what’s in the best interest of one is what’s in the best interest of all.  Rich vs. poor, black vs. white will be replaced by collaboration amongst groups.

Q. What is wrong with Democracy?

Democracy is based upon the false notion that humanity exists as a collection of individuals.  That the State is nothing more than a reflection of those individuals, obligated with the task of carrying out the will of the majority of the population.  Morality, right, wrong are superseded by the political idea of majority rule, which in itself becomes the supreme morality in Democratic States.  On a more sinister level the individualism which accompanies Democracy often leads to situations where in the name of freedom and liberty individuals and groups are often allowed to subvert the political process, for the sake of enriching themselves at the expense of the public, while proclaiming their actions as the general will.  In reality Democracy never comes close to realizing its aim of majority will as its structure always succumbs to oligarchy.

Q. What is our position in regards to property rights?

Property as the product of the individual’s labor is essential for his spiritual growth and development, but property doesn’t exist as a right in itself, but as the result of a fulfillment of obligations and duties.  Without the State creating the structure necessary of a law governed society private property would not exist, so property must exist have as its primary function a social utility.  It it’s allowed to become idle or used for anti-societal purposes property rights need to be regulated or taken away.

Q. Is Fascism militaristic?

I would argue for the most part in the negative.  Oswald Mosley in Britain was adamantly pro-peace; doing whatever was in his power to prevent Britain from taking part in the Second World War.  While on a verbal level Mussolini could be considered as being more inclined to war the examples we have of him actually engaging in it would seem to suggest that the motivation was one of necessity and not ideological.  The war in Ethiopia was for the most part an attempt to increase the resource base of Italy to make it more competitive with Britain and France which had shown a significant amount of hostility to Mussolini’s government.  Even WWII was an attempt by Mussolini to remain on somewhat equal terms with the Germans who had already appeared to have won the war. Fascism’s true views of militarism could be summed up in the Manifesto of Verona.  ….

Q. What is the relation between the State and the individual?

Traditional American political thought has posited that the individual is the foundation of society; that governments are formed through the consent and agreement of its constituents. In theory this sounds good but ignores reality.  In fact the individual doesn’t exist independent of the group. A person is born into this world the member of a family, and a nation-State; he develops within the context which is given to him.  As a person develops through childhood into an adult and comes to identify and interact with the subordinate groups within society, the more he grows spiritually and becomes a unique individual.  The State being the realization of all social groups becomes synonymous to the individual with himself until he comes to the realization that no longer is he a private individual but he is the State and the State is him.

Q. What is our policy towards religion?

Religion is at the core of who we are and colors and shapes our outlook towards life.  The doctrine of the Separation of Church and State is one of the central errors of the modern world.   The prohibition of prayers or religious discussion in schools, the exclusion of nativity scenes on public land, and the advancement of un-Christian ideals such as gay marriage are not the result of the perversion of the separation clause of the first amendment but its logical result.  Only through an assertive declaration that our laws and values have a divine inspiration will we lay the foundation to destroy modernity.  This does not imply that we wish to establish a theocracy.  People may choose to worship however they like.  A Christianity which uses coercion to gain believers is not Christian and has no believers.  Through a thorough social reconstruction which aims to emphasize duty, obligation, and faith, ideals consistent with Christian doctrine do we believe that most people will become practicing Christians, and for those who choose not to will be able to live in a land better than the secular nation which preceded it.

Q. What is our view on race?

When we reference race we usually use the modern definition which defines race as an anthropological construct to avoid confusion, but in practice we advocate for the traditional Fascist view of race being your nation.  The spiritual bond which unites people, a shared culture, and history these are things which transcend anthropological differences and define a nation and race.  It’s the absence of these qualities which often lead to national destruction.  Case in point would be Northern Europe which post WWII was more homogenous than other countries in Europe and yet was first to embrace the most diabolical aspects of modern culture, and immigration policy; While the nations of southern Europe which were ethnically more heterogeneous were able to resist those same aspects for a more extensive period of time.  This is not to imply that either ethnic homogeneity or heterogeneity had any influence on these policies, what it does imply is that the roots of national decay are social and political in origin, not ethnic.