WA Delegate: None.
Embassies: Nazism, White christian dominion, Nationstates Fascist Union, Nazi Germany, Nazis, and 8 others.Zaria, Trainingslager, Fascist, Nazi Deutschland Axis, The Red Fleet, Pan Aryan Republics, The MT Army, and Das Dritte Reich.
Fascism is home to a single nation.
Today's World Census Report
The Most Influential in Fascism
World Census experts spent many evenings loitering in the corridors of power in order to determine which nations were the greatest international diplomacy heavyweights.
As a region, Fascism is ranked 8,512th in the world for Most Influential.
|1.||The Anti-Fascist Warriors of Arditi del Popolo||Left-wing Utopia||“In Honour of HIGH FLYIN' BABYS / 276th GANJA AIRFORCE”|
- 46 days ago: Embassy established between Fascism and Das Dritte Reich.
- 49 days ago: The Community of Wobblies of the region Das Dritte Reich agreed to construct embassies.
- 50 days ago: The Anti-Fascist Warriors of Arditi del Popolo proposed constructing embassies with Das Dritte Reich.
- 59 days ago: The Anti-Fascist Warriors of Arditi del Popolo proposed constructing embassies with Nazi.
- 85 days ago: Embassy established between Fascism and The MT Army.
- 88 days ago: Embassy established between Fascism and Pan Aryan Republics.
- 88 days ago: The MT Army Guardian of JJ Kale of the region The MT Army agreed to construct embassies.
- 89 days ago: Embassy established between The Red Fleet and Fascism.
- 90 days ago: Embassy established between Fascism and Nazi Deutschland Axis.
- 92 days ago: The Happiness of A Region Regained of the region Pan Aryan Republics agreed to construct embassies.
Fascism Regional Message Board
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*tiny monsters leave with loud noise*
Anti-Fascism, or: Why we fight by Comrade Sensei Socialist Space Republic
The second to last week in April is the anniversary of the start of Warsaw Ghetto uprising, which as the biggest act of Jewish resistance to the Nazi regime should serve as a very important and powerful reminder why the fight against fascism can not end until the last person is convinced of its dangers and of the need to stand united against it. This text seeks to examine and explain why the need to fight against fascism in real life, and in this game with whatever means one has at one's disposal not only the morally, historically, and politically right choice but an absolute necessity.
For this purpose several questions need to be answered:
What is Fascism?
As with many terms, the definition of fascism is often academically contested and while discussions in different academic and political contexts use different concepts of fascism, the definition for the practical purpose sees it as a right-wing ideology that seeks to establish a radically nationalistic authoritarian system, is often based on racialist and racist views, seeks suppress social and political plurality by appealing to an exclusionary racial or national community, has a concept of superiority and inferiority of ethnicities in an external context and of social groups in an internal context, and seeks to institute policies that discriminated against groups that traditionally are marginalized, i.e. are further removed from social power structures than other groups, namely homosexuals, people who don't define their sexuality in heteronormative model, certain religious denominations, the socio-economic weak, women, minority groups etc. Furthermore it seeks to oppress - often to the point of physical annihilation - those who oppose it including people who adhere to democratically principles, the left, people defined as by their standards belonging to the wrong religion, pacifists etc as well as those who don't fit in their definition of a "national community" like immigrants or people defined as nationally or racially "inferior" or people who don't adhere to their model of how life should be led.
It stands for oppression, curtailing political and civil rights, enslavement, discrimination, imprisonment, and political violence. Fascism is not an opinion, it is a crime.
Is it still dangerous?
In many a discussion, people will remark that fascism has been over since 1945. However historically, fascism has survived the end of the Second World War unfortunately rather successfully: The fascist regime in Portugal ended in 1974, the Franco regime in Spain only ended in 1975, Pinochet's rule in Chile ended in 1990, regimes like Turkmenistan are still in power, and even in Europe fascism has waged campaigns of political and ethnical violence reaching from pogroms in the first half of the 90s against immigrants in Germany to even more recent army conspiracy in Belgium to the letter bomb attacks by Franz Fuchs in Austria to killing sprees in Russia. Even today and aided by the recent economic crisis fascism is on the rise several countries in Europe and on a smaller scale the US.
In Greece the Golden Dawn Party with rhetoric, symbols, and policies taken directly from the historic Nazis is gaining in popular support so far that if elections would take place right now they'd be in third place. At the same time - and as reported by newspapers such as The Guardian - they have killing squads in the streets of Athens targeting immigrants, have infiltrated Greece law enforcement, and in some places have attacked left wing demonstrations and institutions with such violence that it amounted to fighting in the streets with army intervening.
In the US the Southern Poverty Law Center reports that since 2008 the membership of fascist white power and nationalist groups increased eight fold. The FBI had to intensify their watching of these groups because they consider them a sizable danger to the political and social system. From the Buisness Plot in 1933 over the KKK to McVeigh and Eric Rudolph the phenomenon of fascist terrorism in the US is neither new nor not dangerous.
This and many more examples from all over the world prove the dangerous potential fascism still holds for contemporary societies and why anti-Fascism and the antifa fight is not only something the left should be concerned with. All those who value freedom, civil rights, the right to exercise their religion freely, even proponents of the free markets or moderate nationalists must consider the danger of fascism to them. All non-fascist have the moral and political responsibility to stand united against this form of oppression and discrimination.
How do we fight it?
With all means at our disposal and appropriate. This includes but is not limited education, information, social ostracizing, demonstrations, at the voting booth, with legislation, and where appropriate with the help of state authorities and other practical ways.
In a democratic society the forefront of the anti-Fascist fight is education to inform of its dangerous and the obligation to oppose it as well as the social ostracizing of those who adhere to it despite educational and informational convincing. To prevent its spread they must be argued against wherever encountered and deprive of any platform to spread their hatred and despicable ideology by legislation or by blocking them.
"What about free speech?" is an argument often heard. But this is a false equivalency. Even if not persuaded by the sheer moral argument against Fascism, we need only to take a look at the law in effect in many democratic states: Fascism right to free speech while often not completely taken away is rightfully curtailed in many European countries not just by laws against the advocation of violence or racial hatred but also more directly such as in germany, Austria or France who all explicitly outlaw Nazi parties for example. This well within the Convention of Human Rights and the European Human Rights Convention. The European Human Rights Court has ruled on several provisions by these countries and has found that were such a danger to social and democratic order exists, the right to free speech can be limited in such a way. The above examples show the violent danger this ideology poses that at its very core includes hatred and violence. That is why exactly in the interest of free speech and democracy, fascism needs to be fought. Fascism in that regard is like child pornography, a form of expression that at its core represents a crime and therefor is reasonably not protected by democracy.
The same applies to this game: The internet is a good platform for fascist to spread their kind of hatred and in the interest of of preventing this movement of hatred and discrimination from growing by recruiting here. Whether RP'ed or real doesn't matter, if it contributes to the spread of fascist ideas, it needs to be curtailed and denied a platform. Of course, this game is not the entire internet but as long as we have some means at our disposal to help prevent fascism from spreading, we need to use them to the best of our abilities in order to at least take a admittedly tiny but still important step against the danger this ideology represent in real life. It's not bullying if ban the bully from the schoolyard and thereby prevent them from hitting the other kids.
The fight must continue until the last fascist is convinced he or she is wrong and until nobody can spread this ideology anymore because it has become completely unacceptable in every way.