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Fascism and Paganism: A Brief Comparison of Nazism, Communism and Islam


Fascism and Paganism: A Brief Comparison of Nazism, Communism and Islam

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    Craig Read
Fascism is not a `modern' era phenomenon nor is it unique. It has been the de-facto organizing principle of mankind for most of history. Paganism is a form of pre-modern fascism. Most religious orthodoxies are of course premised on pagan cults. Modern fascism uses the guise of spirituality in the form of paganism to spiritually justify its assault on civilization. When the two are fused - spiritual paganism with modern fascism - you have a violent and hate-filled philosophy that finds its expression in Hitlerism, Communism and Islam. This book compares these three modern forms of an age old evil that has been the main obstacle to human progress. This book was written after extensive research, travel, interviews and help from others more knowledgeable on certain topics. I don't pretend to be an expert in all the areas of historical political and economic development. Nor am I posing as the expert investigator on any of the chosen themes that populate the work. Thousands of more competent analysts exist in each area. I wrote this book to objectively narrate a common thread and threat in human history, namely that of Fascism and its `orientalist' genetic composition. It is important in life to impartially record reality, to see the world for what it is and to defend our civilization against utopia's, fantasies and evil. In this regard we need more literature and expositions which make the link between the various ideologies which are in essence pagan cults: their commonality throughout history: and their threat to civilization. It is the threat posed to civilization by immoderate Islam - another type of pagan cult - that prompted the creation of this summary work. Let me explain as well what this book is not. It is not a diatribe against individual Muslims: it is not a declaration of hate against any non-Western people, lands or empires: it is not intended to be the most detailed study of any of the fascist cults past or present: and it is not intended to supplant any of the existing literature on Nazism, Stalinism, or Islam. The book does intend however, to show a common framework amongst the pagan ideologies that have tried to end mankind's development and extinguish liberty. To keep the book short and concise I have chosen to focus on three primary cults, namely: Hitler's Germany, Lenin-Stalinism in Russia, and Islam. I could have discussed other cults and movements but the essential points I want to make can be given by examining these three ideological fascisms. The conclusions formed by such a comparison can be extended to various other criminal ideologies and regimes throughout mankind's history. I hope the book clarifies some ideals, opens some minds and gives some food for thought. You can read the book in its entirety or skip to a chapter that is of more interest. I have tried to keep all the footnotes down to a minimum, though I do source all ideas that are not my own. If you have any questions on sources, content or where my ideas come from then please ask. As for people who constantly harp that criticism is akin to hate speech, do some reading, live in a fascist state and understand what freedom really means.  
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