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Summum ius summa iniuria--More law, less justice

02 January 2012

Quote of the Day, 1/2/2012

The United States of America has become what the Greatest Generation fought to defeat:

The test of fascism is not one’s rage against the Italian and German war lords. The test is how many of the essential principles of fascism do you accept and to what extent are you prepared to apply those fascist ideas to American social and economic life? When you can put your finger on the men or the groups that urge for America the debt-supported state, the autarchial corporative state, the state bent on the socialization of investment and the bureaucratic government of industry and society, the establishment of the institution of militarism as the great glamorous public-works project of the nation and the institution of imperialism under which it proposes to regulate and rule the world and, along with this, proposes to alter the forms of our government to approach as closely as possible the unrestrained, absolute government. Then you will know you have located the authentic fascist.

--John T. Flynn, 1944

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  1. Yep. Now what are we gonna do about it?

  2. P. William PatrickJanuary 3, 2012 at 7:23 PM

    Funny, if you criticize objective fascism the true fascists call you a fascist. Hmmm...