The new fascism

Exhibit one – the dishonest imposition of ideology

Someone says the Mail is a rag.  Yes, no argument there, this blog has torn strips of the Mail many a time.

But to say I wouldn’t believe anything it said is silly.  Just as the Guardian, in reporting the incident, does bring it to our attention – it’s just the subsequent spin which is dabatable – so the Mail does actually unfold stories before other online news.

Such as this one:

Spot the difference! How new ‘tougher’ history GCSE exam will ask pupils to compare two images of Parliament… with extra points for pointing out presence of women and ethnic minorities.

There is an interwoven system in operation, as we’re all aware, to ensure policy which is plain wrong and should be anathema is actually adopted and there is nothing whatever we can do.

There are no mechanisms in place to register our disagreement.

And what makes it so incredibly frustrating is that in any other area, all this BS about accountability and comeback for the minority and all that is well in place.  But never on things which matter.

This is reflected in the MSM which makes a big play about our feedback, allowing comments on almost anything non-controversial.  But if it’s a feminist opinion, if it’s a gay mafia issue, suddenly comments are switched off. Or else they switch from unmoderated to moderated.

Sneaky, nasty little tricks employed by ideologues.  This is NOT comment is free, not by a long stretch.  But we know this already, right?  And it is highly political, i.e., it is done by some nasty little person along ideological lines.

The forcing into place of words such as racist and homophobe, when they are utter c**p, based on entirely wrong premises, is adopted by all levels, from the person in the street up to government and those behind it.

And there is NO debate at all about the actual words.  There is no arena, no forum anywhere which discusses the appropriateness of those terms.

And it can cost shopkeepers their businesses.

Exhibit two – bureaucracy

Hawkwind had a song Space is Deep.  Were you to substitute the word bureaucracy for space, it comes out like this:

Bureaucracy’s dark, it is so endless
When you’re lost it’s so relentless
It is so big, it is so small
Why does man try to act so tall

It does not feel, it does not die
Bureaucracy’s neither truth nor lie
Into the void we have to travel
To find the clue which will unravel

Plays  merry havoc with the metre but you get the idea.

My recent posts about dealing with Amazon, Parcelforce, Royal Mail and a utilities company might be amusing for a comedian but it’s anything but amusing for us.  Bureaucracy, like space, is impersonal.  it can pay you money, take away your life, put you in prison. usually wrongly, always with error.

Because the operatives don’t care and nothing can be done to them for their errors.

Exhibit three – fascism

If fascism can be defined as bullying by a strong combination of forces over a disorganized, weak or vulnerable group of people, then there is quiet fascism being put in place, building block by building block.

The Intellectual Roots of the American Left’s Emerging Totalitarianism

A complaint was lodged with the local police that“hate” merchandise— Nazi and Confederate memorabilia—was being publicly exhibited and sold at a popular flea market. Following a police investigation, an Anti-Defamation League official named Joshua Sayles expressed the view that “It’s unfortunate that under the law people have the right to sell these things; but it doesn’t mean they should sell these things. It’s not a crime but I would call it hate…”[Wallingford police look into complaint about Nazi, Confederate items sold at flea market, by Mary Ellen Godin, Record-Journal, July 10, 2015].


Peter properly suggests if such hate-inspectors get their way, we will be living in a condition of almost Stalinist oppression. We might not be shipped off togulags(yet), but the control of speech and thought that these professional sensitizers would impose would be reminiscent of the worst examples of Leftist tyranny. I say “Leftist” intentionally—because rightist or non-leftist regimes have never tried to control their subjects’ minds as systematically as the Left.

Even Adolf Hitler’ s Nazi regime largely lost interest in mind reconstruction.It closed up universities as an unnecessary expense by the early 1940s, left the economy in private hands except for those businesses it expropriated, and tolerated a surprisingly wide range of intellectual dissenters. Of course, this had nothing to do with being nice. It was simply that the Nazis, aggressive thugs as they were, had no interest in the worldwide indoctrination program dreamed of by the universalist, conversionary and egalitarian zealots of the true Left.

You might see this as too fine a point, this distinction but the Nazis were just brutal. The left ideologue, even in having won, in controlling society and what it thinks, is not satisfied. It has to seek out any wrong thinking of any kind, label the perpetrator and vilify, fine and incarcerate that person, all based on false policy.

Yet the left moans about McCarthyism in the 50s wrongly labelling communists.

And this is why we dislike the left so intensely. It is the dishonesty, the institutional lack of comeback, the way the govt blocks us in defining the terms of the debate, the smug, do-gooding destruction they’re all so happy with, the bansturbation.

So when a leftist, who loves everyone and spouts endlessly about love and tolerance, runs into a deeply frustrated person whose views are being actively shut out, she [or he] cannot understand why the bad attitude.

If she cared to look at the cause of feminism – that women were not being heard at all – and remembers the deep frustration and even anger, nay, even bitterness, then that is precisely the same frustration now the left is getting its payback on us.

There is always this element of “punishment” involved, for imagined wrongs as much as some real ones from our predecessors.

So to say to us don’t worry, be happy, love everyone, when such injustice is going on, is outrageous.  The left can use the state to shut us up for a time but it does not alter the deep and implacable hostility we feel for them.  The sheer dishonesty, let alone the loony ideas.

It is this combination of left and govt, govt and the PTB behind govt, e.g. Tavistock, Common Purpose, Demos, ACORN, Agenda 21, ASH, which has people in the States quietly stashing away arms and us close to explosion.  

The PTB know every play in this game, they know if they push enough for long enough, it must explode.

They want it to explode. The idiot left are not really the issue, apart from voting in the Obamas and Blairs multiple times.  The issue has always been the PTB behind the scenes, inside the risibly named thinktanks.

How to get at these bastards?  This is the central and most abiding issue we must address. It is the virus which caused all the symptoms which must be expunged, not the useful idiots running around parroting this garbage.  We are wasting our time attacking the left who have not the brainpower to see what they’re supporting.

We really must aim straight for the top – Them.  But how?

7 comments for “The new fascism

  1. The Last Furlong
    July 24, 2015 at 6:04 pm

    Interesting post – I enjoyed reading it. Didn’t get lost until I got to PTB. What does that mean?

    • July 24, 2015 at 10:34 pm

      Powers that be

      • The Last Furlong
        July 25, 2015 at 1:54 pm

        Oh – mmm. 🙁

  2. Errol
    July 24, 2015 at 9:58 pm

    Ironically, the Wikipedia entry under ‘Far Right’ politcs lists the Nazis, yet sadly, the Nazi’s were specifically *Left* wing in their attitudes and moralities.

    • July 24, 2015 at 10:35 pm

      That’s why some suggest a circle rather than a line.

  3. Henry Kaye
    July 25, 2015 at 8:05 am

    James, once again you are finding the words to express the horrors of what is being done to us all. Its been going on for some time now and the vast majority are utterly unaware of what is happening to their lives. James, I can see no way out; the PTB are in control and there isn’t an earthly chance that they can be unseated by the relatively few who can see what has been happening, slowly but surely for nearly 100 years.

  4. Flyinthesky
    July 25, 2015 at 11:25 am

    What is difficult to get across to people who blithely accept this illusion of democracy is when you vote for a new party to take office you only change the shop front not the contents on offer. Some goods may have their packaging changed but the contents remain toxic.
    One of the reasons we cannot assail bureaucracy is it’s inherent and by design complexity. They want to make it as difficult as possible so the average person can’t make a valued judgement on an issue.
    There is never any effort put in to simplify any proceedings because any simplification would lead to less bureaucrats.
    They are self aggrandising, self replicating parasites.

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