endangered culture goes again in all the different
late fascist communities
(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
When Walter Benjamin analyzed German fascism in the early and mid-1930s, he had no doubt that fascism was largely a matter of aesthetics. Fascism was of course a political project, but a political project that took the form of an "aestheticization of politics". Nazism aesthetized modern alienation and turned it into a work of art, glorified war and destruction. Hitler was the inspired artist-master who created the eternal and perfect Aryan body by removing all the degenerate material (the Jews, the gays, the communists, etc.). German fascism allowed the masses to "manifest" as Walter Benjamin put it.
Hyggeracism thrives on the best in Denmark.
Confronted with the return of fascism
it may be helpful to return to Benjamin's analysis and use it as
starting point for an analysis of the new fascism we have seen emerge everywhere in
the. . .
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