#1
Ill start

USA
Israel
India
Ukraine
Turkey
Japan
Saudi Arabia
#2
new york city
#3
UAE
Qatar
Northern Ireland
Latvia
Colombia
Mexico?
#4
#5
Hungary?
#6
Indonesia
#7
tau empire
#8
solid, liquid, gas,
#9
hello, please state your name after the tone
#10
Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Syria, Lebanon,,
#11

shriekingviolet posted:


tag your self in this image everyone, im 'jaguar sun cult'

#12
Maybe fascism has permeated the world so deeply that we are all fascists.
#13
I'm obvs communi-bear silo state
#14
Switzerland
#15

shriekingviolet posted:

solid, liquid, gas,



dont let plasma off so easy

#16

TG posted:

shriekingviolet posted:

solid, liquid, gas,

dont let plasma off so easy



if he can fart plasma you better not piss him off

#17
Vatican City
#18
#19
you forgot kkklanada
#20
baboon spandar here
#21
Boston-Atlanta Metropolitan Axis (bama)
#22
also the UK, rainy fascism island
#23
How has no one brought up Egypt yet?

In many other contexts, this would be caricature; in modern Egypt, it is closer to reportage. I have personally seen the medical files of protesters killed by live ammunition, and looked on as family members were told they must accept a certificate giving ‘cardiac arrest’ as the cause of death before their relative’s body could be released from Cairo’s Zeinhom morgue. Where proof of state violence is incontrovertible, Sisi’s security apparatus merely refashions it to deflect blame. Shaimaa el-Sabbagh, a young mother and poet, was gunned down by police on 25 January 2014, the third anniversary of the start of the revolution; she had been walking unarmed through central Cairo clutching a bouquet of flowers, which she had intended to lay in Tahrir Square. The government initially offered no explanation for the shooting, then suggested it could be the work of ‘Islamist infiltrators’, before eventually arguing that her murder was really her own fault. ‘According to science, should not have died,’ a spokesman for the forensics authority declared:

Her body was like skin over bone, as they say. She was very thin. She did not have any percentage of fat. So the small pellets penetrated very easily, and four or five out of all the pellets that penetrated her body – these four or five pellets were able to penetrate her heart and lungs, and these are the ones that caused her death.

In February 2016, after a 24-year-old taxi driver, Mohamed Sayyid, was shot dead by a policeman following an argument over the fare, the official report into the incident declared that the officer’s bullet ‘mistakenly came out of the gun’.

According to the el-Nadeem centre, which works to rehabilitate victims of state violence and where Basma Abdel Aziz once worked as a doctor, there were almost a thousand forced disappearances in Egypt in 2016, as well as more than five hundred cases of individual torture, more than three hundred cases of collective torture, and more than a hundred deaths in detention. ‘We do not have forced disappearances and we do not have torture,’ the interior minister, Magdy Abdel Ghaffar, has asserted. ‘Exaggerating individual excesses is the aim of our enemies.’ Earlier this year, security forces swarmed into the el-Nadeem centre’s headquarters, sealed its doors and closed it down.



https://www.lrb.co.uk/v39/n23/jack-shenker/the-bullet-mistakenly-came-out-of-the-gun

#24
is there a fascist equivalent of trots who think that all actually existing socialism was bullshit
#25
they're just called conservatives
#26
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#27
evola was plenty enthusiastic about Mussolini and Hitler, do not let his post-war backtracking and doofy followers convince you otherwise

if evola had any misgivings about Hitler, it was because he was the son of an Austrian farmer, instead of the listless second-son of a minor aristocrat. between that and his interest in ~~MAGICK~~ he connected more with Himmler
#28
yeah iirc after evola travelled around in nazi germany during the war he was like 'well these guys aren't quite what i had in mind but hell, they've got spirit'. strasserists maybe?
#29
Lets have a ranked list though. Which would be higher up, Egypt, Ukraine or Turkey
#30
top 10 FASCIST states (number 9 will SHOCK you)
#31

Caesura109 posted:

Lets have a ranked list though. Which would be higher up, Egypt, Ukraine or Turkey



U - S - A! NUM - BER - ONE! U - S - A, NUM - BER - ONE!

#32
My Top Fascist States:

All of Eastern Europe
Every U.S-client in MENA
KKKLANADA, AMERIKKKA and AUSRA-LIE-A
India and neighbors
#33
what are the most fascist US states

california
arizona
dakotas
new york
texas, louisiana, gulf sea

Edited by toyotathon ()

#34
no one said Philippines yet.
#35

shapes posted:

evola was plenty enthusiastic about Mussolini and Hitler, do not let his post-war backtracking and doofy followers convince you otherwise

if evola had any misgivings about Hitler, it was because he was the son of an Austrian farmer, instead of the listless second-son of a minor aristocrat. between that and his interest in ~~MAGICK~~ he connected more with Himmler



Evola's main problem with fascist governments is how they all correctly pegged him as a crazy loser and shuffled him off to the bench, it doesn't make him any less connected to their failure and collapse though

#36
germany france switzerland norway netherlands sweden finland belgium luxembourg poland austria taiwan myanmar dominican argentina chile brazil rwanda uganda think someone got all the gulf states
#37
#38

shriekingviolet posted:



i once won bar trivia by naming the spanish sahara as an african county, even though it hasnt existed for decades, and i have this song too thank for it. they googled it and were like, dang thats close enough for us

#39
http://www.sacbee.com/news/nation-world/national/article193715439.html
#40

lo posted:

is there a fascist equivalent of trots who think that all actually existing socialism was bullshit


probably ppl who like jünger & the conservative revolutionaries who tried to kill hitler