Corporatism


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Real Ways To Reclaim Freedom For America
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Premise: Creeple try to paint freeple as extreme rightwing authoritarians by calling them fascists and associating them with Nazis. This is laughable. Fascists and Nazis hate freedom (like creeple – because they are creeple). Freeple love freedom. As illustrated over the last few pages The Paranoid Quiz Ideology Scale is a measure of freedom. Since fascists and Nazis are authoritarians who hate freedom, they only fit on the extreme leftwing end of the scale.

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The Paranoid Quiz Ideology Scale – A Measure of Freedom
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Leftwing = Paranoid
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Rightwing
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All Authoritarian Ideologies <== Less Freedom
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More Freedom ==>
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Creepleism
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Sheepleism
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Freepleism
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Table by theparanoidquiz.com
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Creeple confuse contemporary corporatism with historic corporatism. Today’s corporatism refers strictly to corporations partnering with government where the corporations supposedly have the upper hand and pull the strings (this is supposed to be fascism in a creeple’s mind). But the historic corporatism which was associated with fascism was a descriptive word for socio-political collectives like agricultural organizations (co-ops), ethnic communities, labor unions, scientific associations, etc. From the 1932 Webster’s dictionary:

~corporate a. to make into a body 1. United in a legal body, as a number of individuals who are empowered to transact business as an individual: formed in to a corporation: incorporated: as, a corporate town. 2. Belonging or pertaining to a corporation: as corporate interests. 3. United: general: collectively one.~ [my emphasis]

When the fascists and Nazis of the early twentieth century are described as corporatists (or corporativists) this refers to the government authoritatively dominating all social groups including the industrial complex as “collectively one”. The idea was that all of society be made into a single “body” – e.g. the Third Reich. Or as the father of fascism defined it:

~“everything inside the state, nothing outside the state”~ Benito Mussolini

Or as Nazi leader Adolf Hitler said:

~“Society’s needs come before the individual’s needs.”~

~“The state must declare the child to be the most precious treasure of the people. … Here the state must act as the guardian of a millennial future in the face of which the wishes and the selfishness of the individual must appear as nothing and submit.”~

~“How fortunate for governments that people do not think. There is no thinking except in giving and executing commands.”~

~“The unity of a nation’s spirit and will are worth far more than the freedom of the spirit and will of an individual; and that the higher interests involved in the life of the whole must here set the limits and lay down the duties of the interests of the individual.”~

In other words, corporative government is collective government – the furthest thing from the freeple ideology of individual liberty.

Creeple intellectual hero, Noam Chomsky has said:

~Suppose it was discovered tomorrow that the greenhouse effects has been way underestimated, and that the catastrophic effects are actually going to set in 10 years from now, and not 100 years from now or something. … Well, given the state of the popular movements we have today, we’d probably have a fascist takeover-with everybody agreeing to it, because that would be the only method for survival that anyone could think of. I’d even agree to it, because there’s just no other alternatives right now.~ – Understanding Power: The Indispensable Chomsky

Now, why would an admitted extreme left anarcho-syndicalist, considered to be at the pinnacle of creeple thought, think that a bunch of rightwing corporations taking over the government would be a good way to fight global warming when the rightwing and most corporations oppose fighting global warming because they see it as a hoax? Well, of course, he obviously doesn’t think that. He understands that fascism has nothing to do with a rightwing, corporate government takeover, but is in fact leftwing authoritarian control.

Questions: How can someone who believes in freedom also be a fascist or Nazi who believes in the collectivism of creepleism?

Conundrum: You may be thinking that the horrible scenarios described earlier of historic secularist mass murderers couldn’t possibly happen in America. However, the Germans surely never thought at the time that the electing of Adolf Hitler would lead to a world war and the mass murder of millions of German citizens and other nationalities.

[So, here is some serious cognitive dissonance for you.]

Explanation: In fact, fascism and Nazism are offshoots of progressivism. The German citizens elected a progressive Adolf Hitler. Here was Hitler’s position as stated in Mein Kampf in regard to his ideological “program”:

~“The program of the conception of the world has the sense of a declaration of war against the order of things which exist, against the state of things which exist, in a word, against the structure of the world which presently exists.”~

The slogan of Hitler’s Nazi Party was progressive:

~ “Everything must be different!”~

Hitler campaigned with The 25 Point Program, describing it as a progressive:

~“no fixed aim, no permanency, only eternal change”~

Notice the progressive collectivism in every one of these points from the 25 Point Program:

10. The activity of individuals is not to counteract the interests of the universality, but must have its result within the framework of the whole for the benefit of all.

14. We demand a division of profits of all heavy industries.

15. We demand an expansion on a large scale of old age welfare.

16. We demand the creation of a healthy middle class and its conservation, immediate communalization of the great warehouses and their being leased at low cost to small firms, the utmost consideration of all small firms in contracts with the State, county or municipality.

17. We demand a land reform suitable to our needs, provision of a law for the free expropriation of land for the purposes of public utility, abolition of taxes on land and prevention of all speculation in land.

18. We demand struggle without consideration against those whose activity is injurious to the general interest.

20. The state is to be responsible for a fundamental reconstruction of our whole national education program, to enable every capable and industrious German to obtain higher education and subsequently introduction into leading positions.

23. We demand legal opposition to known lies and their promulgation through the press.

24. We demand freedom of religion for all religious denominations within the state so long as they do not endanger its existence or oppose the moral senses of the Germanic race.

25. For the execution of all of this we demand the formation of a strong central power in the Reich.

Additionally, Hitler enforced strict gun control (a current creeple goal), universal healthcare (another creeple goal), a government pension plan (think Social Security), government expropriation of businesses, enforced government quotas, nationalizing industries (think healthcare), price and wage controls (think minimum wage), subsidization of favored industries (think green energy), forced favorable mortgages from banks (think mandated subprime mortgages), forced aborticide for immigrants (think Planned Parenthood targeting black neighborhoods), government controlled education (think public education and “free” college), controls of raw materials (think oil drilling, the coal industry), and government control of interest rates (the Fed essentially acts on behalf of the government). Hitler had his Nazi Brownshirts. Mussolini had his fascist Blackshirts. Creeple today have their own fascist Blackshirts – unions, activist groups like Antifa, Black Lives Matter and the neoKKK (more later).

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The Paranoid Quiz Ideology Scale – A Measure of Freedom
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Secular Fascism <= Progressive-fascism <= Progressivism
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Freedom
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Creepleism
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Sheepleism
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Table by theparanoidquiz.com
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The communists of the early twentieth century were very influential in ideological discussions of the day, and their main rivals were the fascists. It was the communists of the early twentieth century that labeled fascism as rightwing – to them everyone who was not a communist was rightwing. Today’s American creeple would have been considered rightwing extremists by those rigid communists.

The above points from the 25 Point Program are all right out of Progressivism 101. Hitler progressed from a progressive into a progressive-fascist, and then into a secular fascist who ended up responsible for the mass murder of over twenty million people.

Conclusion: So no, far right freeple are not fascists or Nazis. They are minimalists – in favor of minimal governance and maximal freedom in every way. Fascists and Nazis are just two of the many flavors of paranoid creeple authoritarians who oppose freedom.


[This page is from The Paranoid Quiz website. To understand the context take the quiz.]
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