Democracy & State > Fascism

Crisis and creeping despair

26 Apr 2012

From the killing spree by a lucid yet paranoid Anders Breivik to the increase in private and public suicides in austerity Europe Paul Demarty asks, what is capitalism doing to our minds?

J6ers await their pardon

01 Jun 2023

Stewart Rhodes, leader of the Oath Keepers, has been handed a 18-year sentence. Daniel Lazare gives notice that the ultra-right combatants of Trump’s January 6 self-coup attempt could soon be free

Partisan of reaction

06 Apr 2023

ML Miller reviews Ben Lewis, Oswald Spengler and the politics of decline Bergharn Books, 2022, pp238, £99

Not a minor issue

02 Mar 2023

Marching with Zionists, excusing Zionism and standing in solidarity with Palestine. Tony Greenstein investigates the contradictions generated by crass opportunism

Performative anti-fascism

27 Oct 2022

With the far-right Fratelli d’Italia forming a government in Italy, the SWP warns of the danger, but calls for … street protests. Mike Macnair offers a critique

Atlanticist post-fascist

06 Oct 2022

Giorgia Meloni will continue to align with the US-Anglosphere. However, argues Maciej Zurowski, the umbilical cord joining her with fascism remains

Le Pen surges forward

23 Jun 2022

The danger is that the left will use anti-fascism as an excuse to cut a deal with the liberal centre. To put it mildly, that would be a profound mistake, warns Paul Demarty

Beyond the pale

16 Jun 2022

Alex Davies of National Action has been jailed for eight and a half years. Such legislation can easily be directed against the left and the working class movement, Eddie Ford warns

Rival nationalist bigotries

28 Apr 2022

Daniel Lazare investigates the thriving rightwing ideology on both sides of the Russia-Ukraine divide

Nazis? What Nazis?

24 Mar 2022

One thing is clearly missing from the media coverage of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, argues Daniel Lazare

Neither 1914 nor 1940

03 Mar 2022

Mike Macnair interrogates the bogus claims made by Paul Mason and Alex Callinicos about imperialism and the Ukraine war

Heading far-right

17 Feb 2022

In light of recent opinion polls, Toby Abse looks at the increasing danger of a neo-fascist government

Beware of Nazi obsession

09 Dec 2021

We must oppose the fascist right, writes Eddie Ford. But we should also oppose state bans on organisations and ‘dangerous’ books

On the dark side

18 Nov 2021

Jack Conrad explores the commonalities and connections between greenism and the right and far right

Dim end of the wedge

24 Jun 2021

The buffoonery of GB News’s first weeks should not be confused with failure, warns Paul Demarty

Fascism needs definition

17 Jun 2021

Marxism strives for clarity and telling the truth. Jack Conrad replies to Hasan Keser and Daniel Lazare

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