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Fascism

A former German Marxist wrote sentences of poignant beauty about the Buddhist tradition and the importance of deep wisdom

Edward Conze (1904-1979) ranks among the much loved commentators/translators in the Buddhist tradition. Although born in London, Conze came from a German family with their home in Langenberg, Germany. In the 1930s, he wrote The Principle of Contradiction, a Marxist inspired text on dialetical materialism. A fierce critic of Fascism, he found himself harassed for his views.¬† In 1933, the Nazis burnt his books in Berlin among thousands of other books, as they were deemed “unGerman.” Continue reading 



Will Adolf Hitler eventually win World War Two? State/Corporate Control and the Refugee Crisis. Part One of Two

Will Adolf Hitler eventually win World War 2?

Are we getting closer to 1930’s Fascism?

What shows wisdom and compassion

in this global refugee crisis?

PART ONE OF TWO

Sub-headings:

A Definition of Fascism

Intention behind the essay

The Rise of European Fascism in the 1930s

USA Corporations and Fascism in the 1930’s and 1940’s

USA Corporations in Europe today

US Army and the Heritage of Iraq

The Rise of Anti-Immigration Parties in Europe

Examples of 14 Countries with growing Far Right Parties and Policies

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