Fascism and Elitism


Hitler and Cameron: Both promote the power of elites and the subordination of the masses.

This is another highly relevant quote showing the stark similarities to the current government and Fascism, cited in Robert Brady’s book The Structure of German Fascism (Gollancz 1937). At the heart of Fascism is the doctrine that only an elite should rule. For the Nazis, this was biologically superior German Aryans, comprising members of the Nazi party and German business. American Fascists in the ’30s also argued against democracy, and for the power to rule to be confined only to a small, elite section of the population, as this quote from Brady’s book also shows:

There is great social significance in the fact that the elite of exceptional natural endowment, who, as a matter of course, become the elite of power and influence, actual or potential, are a fairly constant percentage of the total population. From this fact it follows that no social system can long survive, once it tends strongly to declass more and more of the elite … The elite may be defined roughly and arbitrarily as including capitalists deriving most of their income from property, business enterprisers and farmers, the professional classes, and, generally, the employed, whose salaries are considerably above the average, or say, above $3,000 a year for the entire country…
A wise social philosophy, such as that of fascism, strives to make a place for all the members of the

(Dennis, The Coming American Fascism, pp. 229, 231, 237).

This also exactly describes the attitude of the current Coalition, led by the aristocratic Cameron, Clegg and Osborne, which is doing everything it can to reduce everyone else to poverty and despair in the interests of big business.

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5 Responses to “Fascism and Elitism”

  1. A6er Says:

    Reblogged this on Britain Isn't Eating.

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  4. patricknelson750 Says:

    For me the thing that Cameron and Hitler share is the fact that they are both nasty people who don’t care if they hurt others. Indeed its possible to argue that in economics Cameron is far to the Right of Hitler (who was happy to use economic mechanism from both left and right dependent upon current need).

    • beastrabban Says:

      I’m absolutely certain that Cameron would score very highly on the psychopath test, as would Iain Duncan Smith and Gideon. As for Adolf and economics, the Fascists boasted that their movement ‘wasn’t right or left, but forwards’.

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