Tag: fascism

This Is Not a Dialogue

Not Just Free Speech, but Freedom Itself by CrimethInc Ex-Workers Collective / Analysis Maybe you missed this, but you’re not in a dialogue. Your views are beside the point. Argue all you want—your adversaries are glad to see you waste your breath. Better yet if you protest: they’d […]

The Not So Hidden Danger of Neutrality

‘Both Sides’ Arguments Reinforce Right Wing Violence by Derek Scarlino / Love and Rage The tactic of escalation in accordance with civil disobedience, even the nonviolent kind, is predicated on dehumanization. The goal of direct action such as sit-ins, strikes, occupations, and other tactics, is highlighting the disregard […]

The Origins of Fascism

by Gabriel Cavagionni/Guest Love and Rage is publishing this as part of our series chronicling the rise of the far right, proto-fascist groups and fascism in general around the world.  From the beginning of fascism in Italy to Nazism in Germany, fascism has affected Europe and changed the […]