One of the problems with fascismn is that there is no «general fascism» which enables a lasting definition, i.e. one that helps the interested party so that the person can exclaim: «Look, this is real fascism!» There is, of course, the historical fascism of the interwar period, where the Italian and German dominated the others (Spanish, Romanian, etc.), but everyone agrees that we find a fascism today in some version in some country, then it does not repeat the two historical ones, Italian fascism and German National Socialism – e.g. with uniformed party members greeting a Duce or a Leader with some stereotypical hand gesture.
So the diagnosis of fascism must always be argued: "This is truly fascism, because 'and' does' and such ''.
Siri Hustvedt's thesis
But the term fascism er reappeared in public, and with considerable emphasis in early 2021, when the outgoing President Donald Trump incited his supporters to storm the Capitol to halt the procedure by which the result of the presidential election held was approved by Congress. . . .
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