Fascism is an authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization.
Fascism has been described as a merging of corporate and government interests. It should not be suggested that Fascism requires corporations to take over the government because it only requires that an Oligarchy control be inserted over the entire country.
The state itself has a corporate nature to it. Even the United States was literally a corporation with the ratification of the Constitution by the individual States. Because the states were still as foreign to each other as Mexico is foreign to Canada there was till a limit to the potential of fascism in America. But with the defeat of the southern states, their rights and the 14th Amendment with its acceptance of corporations as persons of the United States the potential for fascism increased.
Mussolini states that the corporations were the most important part of a nation and that the government should support them over the rights of the individual for the greater good. He established this merger and called it Fascism to differentiate it from mere Socialism.
Fascism often includes a “belligerent nationalism” which is imposed upon the people as a collective. This may include the philosophy of "My country right or wrong" putting aside a quest for righteousness. This of course puts individual or Natural rights in a subordinate position to the state. This is achieved in a Democracy more than a Republic and of course democracies lead to Socialism.
Another, more modern term for Fascism could be Corporatism. Fascism is often a method of governing that implies total government control and oppression of all dissenting opinions while Socialism is a method of governing where the government controls goods and resources and decides for the people who needs or is entitled to what and that everyone will work for the common good as the state defines good and evil through the appointed judiciary and the legislature. It discounts human nature that is corrupted by the power to decide good and evil for others.
Capitalism is a method where private individuals are in control of the distribution of goods they individually produce and relies on a free market force. There is no forced government distribution of wealth and therefore to remain free a capitalist society must depend on voluntary charity institutions of anarchy for the redistribution of wealth. It thrives on honest competition and produces innovation as people act on the basic human nature of providing for their own needs and wants without the covetous practices of democracies nor Socialism in the management of social welfare.
Granting the status of a person to a corporation is the beginning of centralization of power in society that leads to fascism. Socialism in its extreme form like Communism also leads to a fascist state because it centralizes control which draws to itself corruption and weakens the people.
Polybius and Plutarch warned against people living at the expense of others through the power and force of governments which exercise authority one over the other. John the Baptist, Jesus and the ministers of the early Church which promoted and facilitated "Pure Religion" all opposed the covetous practices of the "benefactors" and "fathers" of the world which leads to fascism and bondage.
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