Liberal fascism

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"Liberal fascism" is a troll phrase used by opponents of liberalism. The two concepts (liberal and fascism) are mutually exclusive, making the term an oxymoron.


Fascism was defined by its originator, Benito Mussolini, as "the convergence of governmental and corporate power"; liberalism opposes concentrations of power in general, and sees restraint of corporate power as one of the primary functions of government.

[Fascism is] a genuinely revolutionary, trans-class form of anti-liberal, and in the last analysis, anti conservative nationalism.

Roger Griffin, The palingenetic core of generic fascist ideology. (Wikiquote)
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