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- Wed, 01 Jul 2020 18:14:12 EST PmC5/ED7 No.284490
File: 1593641652144.jpg -(103971B / 101.53KB, 1200x768) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Degenerates like you belong lashed to a cross
I promote violence and hostility towards junkies, users, drunks and drug dealers of all colors
User is currently banned from all boards
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Yoshi - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 19:20:43 EST FYxJVnR4 No.284678 Reply
>>284490
And people like yourself should be the ones lashed to crosses, nailed preferably, and obviously no opium laced wine for such a sparkling example of sobriety you are.
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Scourgeofthewest - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 02:14:35 EST jsxuix7G No.284683 Reply
>>284490
Besides the brief run here how's that going for you? Fucking fascist.
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Cedric Ficklenodging - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 05:24:36 EST 2y8o0URT No.284684 Reply
>>284683
not defending OP but

>implying fascists didn't do a fuckton of drugs in the 40s

hitler was on speed and goering was a morphine addict lmao
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Scourge of the West - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 10:52:58 EST /KDOgpqV No.284685 Reply
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>>284684
Yes. Well I was referring to the concept of fascism not the people involved. But you're not wrong.
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Graham Brookdock - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 11:02:52 EST /Q6Bo0m4 No.284686 Reply
>>284684
Hitler was on a huge drug regimen but he was pointedly a teetotaler.
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Eugene Fozzlelidge - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 11:06:03 EST KysfngUA No.284688 Reply
>>284684
>hitler was on speed and goering was a morphine addict lmao
True, but they were National Socialists, not Fascists. And Northern barbarians to begin with.
Better yet, both had a good reason for using them.

Fascists didn't have any strong standpoint on intoxicating substances. Since they were Italians, they were mostly /hooch/ers of wine sipping sort.

Almost every well known German Communist (party members of KPD, Spartacists or other insurgents) was drug addict and/or alcoholic, especially after things went weary. Not to speak of the fact they hanged around and shared quarters with the German organized crime.

Substance use in Schooln revolutionary circles pre-1917 was not a common phenomenon, except on emigre circles in central Europe. After Bolshevik coup of October 1917, use of pretty much all drugs known to man skyrocketed in Bolshevik controlled areas. The most heaviest users were the Chekists and their drug abuse continued well into 1930's. Can't exterminate those enemies of the people sober, you know.

In mid-30's, before the so called 'Great purge' even, Schooln organized crimed stopped existing almost overnight outside the Archipelago and since they were the supplier of drugs to the party organizations, drug usage dropped dramatically.
Coincidentally, same thing happened in the Third Reich as well in same timeframe, since the regime destroyed the Communist organizations, which were heavily linked with the organized crime, which again was supplier of drugs other than alcohol to general population.

So, please consider writing 'Nazis' instead of Fascists, since the latter didn't enforce any strong anti-drug policies. We of course all know that Hitler was personally strongly against alcohol and tobacco use. And peacetime is different from wartime and thus the German troops were provided meth under the brand name of 'Pervitin' during the Second Big One.
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Eugene Fozzlelidge - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 11:45:04 EST KysfngUA No.284689 Reply
>>284685
It's the concept of totalitarianism, not Fascism, you're thinking of. Between R_ussian Communists, German National Socialists and the Italian Fascists, the Fascists were the least totalitarian. And unlike their German and R-ussian counterparts, they didn't practice genocide or ethnical cleansing.

Most importantly they didn't give two shits about drug usage, but since the Sicilian mafia was wiped out (or rather exiled to the United States: they came back with the Western allies!), which were somewhat involved in cocaine business, the availability of drugs for general public went down.

And it should emphasized again that Italians would have liked this subboard the most out of all the drug ones.

Plus there were some very odd movements during when D'Annunzio held the country in haze and during the early prime minister days of Mussolini, which included Fascist Feminist movement and very drugfriendly cultural tide of avant garde art. Look at some of the Fascist monuments and especially art and you see they were not against postmodernism, like the Nazis or Communists (no, Socialist Realism is not postmodernist form of art).
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William Drarringgold - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 21:11:27 EST 4H/9l7bZ No.284706 Reply
>>284688

just because you spruce up your party by calling it socialist doesn't make it so. you really trying to argue hitler wasn't fascist?
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Doris Nepperdock - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 14:21:07 EST BQi6G/MY No.284718 Reply
>>284706
>you really trying to argue hitler wasn't fascist?
You really trying to argue that the NSDAP wasn't socialist?

Both the Italian National Fascist Party and the German NSDAP were Socialist Nationalist parties. They sought socialist economy; that is, heavy state intervention in economy, state-run businesses and party controlling what the industry could manufacture; buying bankrupt farmlands and redistributing them to German non-landed peasantry. Only thing thing seperating them de facto from Communists was that of collectivization of agriculture, which the German National Socialists or Italian Fascists didn't do.

Of course Hitler was a 'Fascist', because the whole post-WW2 definition of the word is stupid and vague. Uljanov and Dzugasvili were just as much 'Fascists' as was Hitler. It's complete idiocy to use a 'bundle' to describe certain brand of Socialism. It would be just as stupid as to call them 'swastikas'.
Their lowest common denominator was totalitarianism and centralized leadership (i.e. 'leader princible'), all present de facto, if not de jure in Bolshevism, Fascism and National Socialism.

Before linking the words 'Nationalism' and 'Socialism' became a no-no, there was endless amount Nationalist Socialist parties in all parts of the world. For example, the two ruling Jewish parties of Second Aliyah in Palestine - Hapoel Hatzair and Poale Zion - were both openly Socialists and Jewish Nationalists. The whole term 'Labour Zionism' is exactly that of Socialist Nationalism. The Socialist Party US had an Jewish and Finnish 'Nationalist Socialist' subsections.>>284490
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Doris Nepperdock - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 14:33:27 EST BQi6G/MY No.284719 Reply
>>284718
But I can of course see that you put stock on written and proclaimed programs and not with what any said party or group did when in power.

Following this logic, the Bolsheviks (or Chinese Communists for that matter) were more 'Fascist' than the Italian Fascists themselves and on par with the German Nazis.

International Socialists (i.e. Marxist school or strict parlamentarian Social Democracy, that is German Social Democracy post-1918) don't have any monopoly to leftist economic or social policies. They of course try hard to and thus calling competing brands of socialism 'rightist' (not forgetting that many historical international socialist parties had 'rightist deviations').
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Lydia Fuckinglock - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 23:51:17 EST APgsu79i No.284724 Reply
>>284719
These are quality posts, thank you.

Mods I promise I don't hate Jews and blacks and such.
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Scourge of the West - Mon, 10 Aug 2020 03:42:46 EST /KDOgpqV No.284725 Reply
I just enjoy calling people fascists. Doesn't matter if they are. I should do it more often. That was entertaining AF

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