1: Fascism does not believe in the possibility or the practicality of peace. Those who repudiate peace and have courage to rise up to face war and have the courage to fight, are “stamped with nobility”.
2: Fascism is the complete opposite of Marxist Socialism. Fascism propagates holiness and heroism, therefore, in actions that are not influenced by economic motive. UNlike Marxist Socialism, Fascism does not believe that class wars are the main force in the transformation and change in society.
3: Fascism goes against democracy and rejects its idea that having a majority in numbers means that that majority should direct society. It believes in the inequality of all mankind and denies the “truth” of political equality, the myth of happiness, and the possibility for society to have indefinite progress.
In what way does fascism have a similar view to imperialism?
How do the principles of Fascism support what the Italian people wanted after WWI?
Fascism used some of the same theories and terminology that socialism uses, but instead of focusing on class wars, it put the focus on conflict between nations and races.