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From the Guardian

The demagogue is indispensable to any socialist movement if its members are to be inspired and held firm to their commitment to take to the streets and spill blood. Socialism does not arise from rational sources. It does not require rational argument to sustain its followers. Socialists are deaf to reason. They sneer at reasonable argument. It is the role of the demagogue to arouse and direct their rage towards the scapegoat, most commonly the class Other.


7 thoughts on “From the Guardian”

  1. Mosley, of course, was Labour MP for Smethwick, and served as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in the Labour Government of 1929–31.

    Mosley’s career shows that fascism = socialism + nationalism.

  2. By all means write a book about how you bashed someone in the groin when you were twenty on a political demo/ counter demo. But i don’t buy the premise that it saved Britain from a fascist takeover. Winning the war did that. Britain’s liberal institutions were only at serious risk from occupation or losing an election to communists or fascists, and one of those was far more of a threat than the others.

  3. The hypocrisy of the Gladrag scum is breath-taking.

    A “cult of hate”??

    ALL fucking socialism is a hate-filled cult of evil with 150 million murders on its hands.

    Lying, deceiving, two-faced cunts.

  4. Bolsheviks hate fascists for the same reason Catholics hated Cathars: it’s a heretical offshoot of the true faith.

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