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To clarify:

Regarding point 1, I was saying that a fascist movement currently does not have the necessary (?) support of the elite.

Gloabalization would survive fascism in Southern Europe. But that was not my point.

The right loves Brussels/Berlin/Troika/IMF. At least in Portugal it allows them (or the most rabid part of them) to have a free hand at doing what they always wanted. Thus my point: a fascist movement will not have the support of the elite. It would be a mostly popular thingy.

Unless, of course, the current alignment of interests change and the interests of the elite of each country becomes out of phase...

by cagatacos on Mon Feb 11th, 2013 at 05:31:54 PM EST
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