fascism

E15: Tommy Robinson's career in 'journalism'

12 Rules for What are joined by journalist James Poulter to discuss far right political activist Tommy Robinson's career in fake journalism and the propects for the Free Tommy campaignin 2019.

E14: Alt Right Radicalisation with Emerican Johnson

12 Rules for WHAT discuss the processes of radicalisation developed by the alt right and interview youtuber Emercian Johnson on edgy memes and stoccastic terrorism.

E13: Lies Damned Lies and Andy Ngo

12 Rules for What discuss the fake concrete milkshaking of fake journalist Andy Ngo on the 29th of Jun 2019 in Portland Oregon and discuss how antifascists can counter the tactic of disinformation from the far right.

Migrant Partisans: the Internationalist Resistance Against Italian Fascism

Migrant Partisans: the Internationalist Resistance Against Italian Fascism.

Wu Ming Foundation deconstruct the myth of an Italian resistance to foreign Nazi occupation that was entirely white and nationalist, showing it instead to have involved thousands of migrants from all corners of the globe fighting Italy's homegrown fascism to create a better world for everyone.

Six of the best Antifa 'terrorists', what they did to cement their places in history

Francesc Sabaté Llopart.

Anti-fascists have been using direct action against fascist regimes for decades, and often described as 'terrorists' as a result. Here we celebrate six of the best 'Antifa Terrorists'.

The Darkness at the End of the Tunnel: Artificial Intelligence and Neoreaction

Siena Cathedral as seen through Google’s neural network

An introduction to neoreaction and the "dark enlightenment", elitist and "hyperracist" ideologies that are popular with some sections of high-tech capital. Originally published by Viewpoint Magazine.

E12: Against Ecofascism with the Green Anticapitalist Front

12 Rules for What are joined by the Green Anticapitalist Front to discuss Ecofascism.

E11: The Brexit Party and UKIP

12 Rules for What discusses the prospects of the Brexit Party and UKIP in ligjht of the European elections.

What Ends When the Symbols Shatter? My Time as a Death In June Fan

Death in June.

This article by John Eden of Uncarved, originally posted on the Who Makes The Nazis? blog, examines the industrial/neofolk music scenes and the effects of their extended flirtation with fascist imagery and ideas over a period of time.