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Fascism in the United States


The page headings on the top of this page under the page title

"Fascism in the United States" are links to numerous articles on this topic.




On message By Lewis H. Lapham Harper's Magazine, October 2005, pps. 7-9 "But I venture the

challenging statement that if American democracy ceases to move forward as a living force, seeking

day and night by peaceful means to better the lot of our citizens, then Fascism and Communism,

aided, unconsciously perhaps, by old-line Tory Republicanism, will grow in strength in our land."

- Franklin D. Roosevelt , November 4, 1938

In 1938 the word "fascism" hadn't yet been transferred into an abridged metaphor for all the world's

unspeakable evil and monstrous crime, and on coming across President Roosevelt's prescient remark

in one of Umberto Eco's essays, I could read it as prose instead of poetry -- a reference not to the

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse or the pit of Hell but to the political theories that regard individual citizens as the property of the government, happy villagers glad to wave the flags and wage the wars, grateful for the good fortune that placed them in the care of a sublime leader. Or, more emphatically, as Benito Mussolini liked to say, "Everything in the state. Nothing outside the state. Nothing against the state."

The theories were popular in Europe in the 1930s (cheering crowds, rousing band music, splendid

military uniforms), and in the United States they numbered among their admirers a good many important people who believed that a somewhat modified form of fascism (power vested in the banks and business corporations instead of with the army) would lead the country out of the wilderness of the Great Depression -- put an end to the Pennsylvania labor troubles, silence the voices of socialist heresy and democratic dissent. Roosevelt appreciated the extent of fascism's popularity at the political box office; so does Eco, who takespains in the essay "Ur-Fascism," published in The New York Review of Books in 1995, to suggest that it's a mistake to translate fascism into a figure of literary speech. By retrieving from our historical memory only the vivid and familiar images of fascist tyranny (Gestapo firing squads, Soviet labor

camps, the chimneys at Treblinka), we lose sight of the faith-based initiatives that sustained the tyrant's rise to glory. The several experiments with fascist government, in Russia and Spain as well as in Italy and Germany , didn't depend on a single portfolio of dogma, and so Eco, in search of their common ground, doesn't look for a unifying principle or a standard text. He attempts to describe a way of thinking and a habit of mind, and on sifting through the assortment of fantastic and often contradictory notions -- Nazi paganism, Franco's National Catholicism, Mussolini's corporatism, etc. -- he finds a set of axioms on which all the fascisms agree.

Among the most notable:

The truth is revealed once and only once.

Parliamentary democracy is by definition rotten because it doesn't represent the voice of the people, which is that of the sublime leader.

Doctrine outpoints reason, and science is always suspect.

Critical thought is the province of degenerate intellectuals, who betray the culture and subvert traditional values.

The national identity is provided by the nation's enemies.

Argument is tantamount to treason.

Perpetually at war, the state must govern with the instruments of fear. Citizens do not act; they play the supporting role of "the people" in the grand opera that is the state.

Eco published his essay ten years ago, when it wasn't as easy as it has since become to see the hallmarks of fascist sentiment in the character of an American government. Roosevelt probably wouldn't have been surprised.



" Around the world, as a second carrier group moves toward the Persian Gulf, and White House threats against Iran are repeated on a daily basis, it is recognized that the only certain path to stopping the planned attack on Iran is the impeachment of Dick Cheney, who today, just as in the case of the Iraq War, is running the "team" and the policy for "regime change" in Iran:" Michele Steinberg / Executive Intelligence Review

Make no mistake about it ~ Lewis Libby took the fall for Cheney in the plamegate indictments. But the greatest crime of this administration is their crime against peace ~ for which they have yet to be indicted.


White House Visitor Records Closed

Associated Press

The White House and the Secret Service quietly signed an agreement last

spring in the midst of the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal declaring that records identifying

visitors to the White House are not open to the public.


Leading Academic: Neo-Nazis Have Signed Us Onto WWIII

Destroying World Order: Analysing the war In Iraq and the middle east with Dr Franics A Boyle

Steve Watson & Alex Jones

Friday, January 5, 2007

Alex Jones was joined on air this week by eminent American Professor, Dr Francis A Boyle,

to discuss the current situation in Iraq, the wider implications for International Relations and the

ruthless mentality of the Straussian neoconservatives that have seized global power in the twenty first century.


Stephen Colbert-Comedy Central-Part 1

Stephen Colbert-Comedy Central-Part 2

Parody on Bush. Very Funny.


Living Under Fascism

Davidson Loehr
7 November 2004
 First UU Church of Austin
March 7, 2005: 

This sermon by Rev. Dr. Davidson Loehr, originally delivered on November 7, 2004, 

has recently been the subject of discussion on Air America's "Morning Sedition" as well 

as in other media outlets.


From Republic to Tyranny'

Date: Friday, February 10 @ 10:07:30 EST
Topic: Commander-In-Thief

When Benjamin Franklin exited Independence Hall after the Constitutional

Convention in 1787, a lady approached him and asked, "Well, Doctor, what have

we got -- a Republic or a Monarchy?"

"A Republic ... if you can keep it," Franklin replied.

Benjamin Franklin and other Founding Fathers were not overly optimistic. Their

Constitution, intended to postpone a slide into tyranny, cleverly separated government

into three branches: legislative (the Congress), executive (the President), and judicial

(the Supreme Court). The Constitution then gave each branch checks and balances

over the others. Now, any tyrannical faction would have to capture three governments,

not just one.

Ironically, 21st century America is witnessing the opposite: a government takeover

from "above," from a Big-Government and Big-Business merger supported by a

slim majority of voters.

Today, neo-conservative politicians and moneyed elites have utilized religious

fundamentalism to create a bare "tyranny of the majority," but a tyranny nonetheless.

A 21st century tyranny is, if anything, more viable than a 19th century one: the

technology of mass surveillance, virtual voting and sophisticated propaganda all

aid and abet tyranny -- with the stamp of approval of an authoritarian Supreme Court.



There over 800 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to

receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they

are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management

Agency) should Martial Law need to be implemented in the United States and all it would

take is a presidential signature on a proclamation and the attorney general's signature on a

warrant to which a list of names is attached. Ask yourself if you really want to be on Ashcroft's list.


Bush's Tyranny for a Bankrupt Nation'
Date: Monday, February 06
Topic: Economic Policy

President Bush has consistently defended his massive $500 billion tax cuts. He has

insisted that deficit spending be a "permanent" part of the national budget. His economic

plan has eroded the confidence of central banks around the world and increased the federal

debt by a whopping $3 trillion. Still, he persists in his claim that deficits should be an

enduring function of government.

Doesn't this confirm that bankrupting the country is an integral part of the Bush grand strategy?

What more proof do we need?

Imagine someone stealing your credit card and running up a $450,000 bill year after year

and then defending the theft as necessary to "create more jobs" as the "trickle-down" theorists do?

Would you take such a person at his word?

Deficits are theft; and the determination to make these lavish tax cuts for the wealthy permanent

proves beyond a doubt that it is part of a larger strategy to bring about an economic meltdown

that will change the political complexion of the country.

What else could it mean?


A Treasonous Camarilla
AIPAC espionage case points to larger spy scandal

by Justin Raimondo

The Larry Franklin-AIPAC-WINEP connection strongly suggests that what we are dealing

with here is not simply a domestic group that had somehow seized control of U.S. foreign

policy in order to pursue their interventionist agenda, but a foreign-directed and assisted

covert operation designed to subvert the institutional foundations of various key government

agencies and hijack U.S. military might in order to serve the interests of a foreign power, i.e.,

Israel. This suspicion is particularly strong when it comes to Feith, who had his security

clearance revoked in 1982. The charge: leaking information to the Israeli embassy.


Bush-GOP Supporters and Phenomenon of Delusion

Posted on Thursday, February 02 @ 10:00:40 EST

George W's poll numbers are tumbling as more and more Americans are seeing through

his lies and are shaking off their blindness to the devastation he and his Republican

co-conspirators are bringing down upon our great republic and our personal lives. It is a

gleam of clarity for these millions of Americans, an experience likened to seeing flashed

across their TV screens the images of destruction wrought by hurricane Katrina.

In spite of the enlightenment of the millions now disapproving Bush, there are still many

good Americans tenaciously supporting the lawless Bush/GOP regime. For example

fervent anti-abortionists continue to endorse Bush in spite of all his baby killing in Iraq.

Apparently, it's wrong to kill (abort) American babies, but it's OK to kill Iraqi babies.

What is the psychology behind this illogical mind twisting that keeps these folks in

such a state of delusion?


New Federal Police Force

'Unfathomed Dangers in PATRIOT Act Reauthorization'
Posted on Tuesday, January 24 @ 09:57:30 EST

A provision in the "PATRIOT Act" creates a new federal police force with the power

to violate the Bill of Rights. You might think that this cannot be true, as you have not read

about it in newspapers or heard it discussed by talking heads on TV.

Go to House Report 109-333 USA PATRIOT Improvement and Reauthorization Act of 2005

and check it out for yourself. Sec. 605 reads:

"There is hereby created and established a permanent police force, to be known as the

'United States Secret Service Uniformed Division.'"

This new federal police force is "subject to the supervision of the Secretary of Homeland Security."

The new police are empowered to "make arrests without warrant for any offense against the

United States committed in their presence, or for any felony cognizable under the laws of the

United States if they have reasonable grounds to believe that the person to be arrested has

committed or is committing such felony."


How Close Are We to the End of Democracy?

Martin Garbus

We have today seen President Bush's legal defense for the surveillance program. There is,

he tells us, an unparalled crisis.

It reminds me of the United States Supreme Court in Bush v. Gore, stating they had to

interfere with the election and overrule the Florida Supreme Court because we were in a

national crisis -- we couldn't have a president elected at the appropriate time and place.

There was then a democracy with the Constitution telling us exactly how the election should

be handled.

There is no crisis today that justifies suspending the constitution. There is a constitution in

effect today. That constitution has endured for over 200 years.

Bush's cry of "crisis" is as false as former Chief Justice Rehnquist's (and four other Justices)

cry of crisis. Each time both Rehnquist and Bush tried to set aside the Constitution to get an illegal result.

No president in over 200 years of our history has ever before claimed the "unitary powers"

that Bush claims are his. Not President Lincoln during the Civil War, not President Wilson

during World War I, not President Roosevelt during World War II, not President Truman

during Korea, and not Presidents Johnson and Nixon during Vietnam.

Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and James Madison all saw the

danger -- they never arrogated that power to the presidency.

Alito and Roberts, Thomas and Scalia, claim it, Bush claims it. Kennedy, who said in

Bush v. Gore the Court was reconsidering the design of the government, will surely go along.


Bush Could Seize Absolute Control of U.S. Government
Publisher, Capitol Hill Blue
Jan 13, 2006, 07:42

President George W. Bush has signed executive orders giving him sole authority to

impose martial law, suspend habeas corpus and ignore the Posse Comitatus Act that

prohibits deployment of U.S. troops on American streets. This would give him absolute

dictatorial power over the government with no checks and balances.


F.E.M.A. Camp Video.

Who will be placed in these Internment Camps?

Fascinating indeed, and terribly foreboding.

I wonder what the people watching the construction of Auschwitz thought? 

Do you suppose that any of them waved a few warning flags like this?

One could ALMOST just say that these are "parking lots" and "warehouses".
But the MULTIPLE, electronically operated high-security turnstiles...??? 

THOSE wouldn't be needed if this were truly intended as a "locomotive repair" facility.

It's hard to argue with the evidence, when you can see it with your own eyes

in this terribly odd video.

Who, indeed, does FEMA and the evil Washington cabal plan to imprison in these

domestic internment camps??



Bush Family Connection Research Sites

The following are links to information about the Bush family, the
Bush cabinet appointees and the corporations, think tanks and
foundations that are behind the GW Bush administration. My
including these links to materials other than the articles I wrote
is not to be considered an endorsement of any statement they

These links connect to sites run by the left, the religious right,
conservative think tanks, political independents and the
mainstream media. Some are pro-Bush and are included for
cross reference value. All links were good as of this writing so if
you get a message to the contrary keep trying -they are busy