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THE PHOENIX OF BENITO MUSSOLINI RISES

Perhaps Italian leader Benito Mussolini (1883 – 1945) was modern Europe’s first populist politician. Ushering in a social revolution, the ex-infantryman, wounded in WWI, was a journalist and revolutionary. His party and its Blackshirts anti-Communist activists fought for revolutionary nationalism. In 1922, Mussolini became the youngest Italian prime minister in history.

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STOP LOOKING FOR YOUR VILLAGE IDIOT

If your village is looking for its idiot the world’s greatest writer and philosopher Knut Hamsun can help?  “If you want to meet idiots go to Norway.”  
As an ethnic-nationalist, I always held my tongue when appraising the characteristics of the peoples of brother nations. Anyway, it is nigh on impossible to think of a European nation whose peoples haven’t contributed enormously to the benefits of all mankind.

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NO PAIN NO MPs GAIN IN BIG PHARMA SHARES

Politicians notoriously invest heavily in the arms industries, big pharma, and domestic services. This is why hospital patients pay extortionate prices such as £8 each day if they wish to watch TV and cough up more of the second lowest pension in Europe if they want to make telephone calls. The service suppliers to Britain’s hospitals were selected by parliamentarians who then invested in these parasites.

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