The Left's Misinterpretation Of Insults to the Right

  1. often Fascism
    1. A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls<---advocated under socialism/communism, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.
    2. A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government.
  2. Oppressive, dictatorial control.<----Like that under Communism

[Italian fascismo, from fascio, group, from Late Latin fascium, from Latin fascis, bundle.]
fas·cistic (f-shstk) adj. Word History: It is fitting that the name of an authoritarian political movement like Fascism, founded in 1919 by Benito Mussolini, should come from the name of a symbol of authority. The Italian name of the movement, fascismo, is derived from fascio, “bundle, (political) group,” but also refers to the movement's emblem, the fasces, a bundle of rods bound around a projecting axe-head that was carried before an ancient Roman magistrate by an attendant as a symbol of authority and power. The name of Mussolini's group of revolutionaries was soon used for similar nationalistic movements in other countries that sought to gain power through violence and ruthlessness, such as National Socialism<----Interesting _____________________________________________________________ Na·zism
The ideology and practice of the Nazis, especially the policy of racist nationalism, national expansion, and state control of the economy<----COMMUNISM.

The Left (not all, but many) claim the Right to be Nazis and Fascists. Although the properties of both are more simialar to their side than to the Right. Yet, they claim we are both; this is because both words conjure up (within our minds) hateful actions of the past. They disregard that most of those actions were done under the guise (or just under) Communism or Socialism. Also, it makes Conservatives easier to hate; by applying these definitions, they can efficiently forgo the fact that the Right are people too (essentially dehumanizing us) and, by doing so, can hate us.
They [the left] use century old extreme Conservative (or so they believe, although it was the Republican party that freed the slaves, voted on the Civil Rights act, and helped exterminate Jim Crow Laws) beliefs to claim that all Conservatives are racist. This is just plain false; in fact, the form of ultimate racism is Affirmative Action, which insinuates that minorities are just that: Minorities, and that they need to be given more rights than other people (which is racism), therefore does not create equality, but creates inequality for the so-called "Majority."There will always be white power groups such as the KKK, but they do not represent all of the Right. They represent only themselves; the Left needs to learn this.

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