By Theodore Shoebat
If you are within the Right-Left dichotomy, then you are susceptible to falling for fascism.
Conservatives backed Mussolini and helped to bring him to power. Eventually, they realized that they had made a big mistake. But, why did conservatives have so much optimism about Mussolini and the Fascists in the beginning? It was because they saw them as the ultimate weapon against the Left-wing. Thus, by bringing the Fascists to power, they thought they could defeat the Left. But the question remains: why would Catholics help usher in a Fascist and thus virulently anti-Christian regime? The same can be asked about German Christians who supported the National Socialists. It was because these conservatives were within the Right-wing paradigm — in which the reverence of the State and of power are championed — and therefore, they were within the dichotomy of Left vs. Right.
As long as people are within the Right-wing mentality and are constantly looking for a solution to the Left, they will grab onto answers that emanate from Right-wing ideology, and this could be a despotic statism and even eugenics. Since Right-wing ideology is heavily rooted in materialism and Darwinian thinking, the idea of the strong purging away “the weak” becomes an acceptable solution to ridding society of elements deemed as enemies of the ideal society.
Even Christians, although they have biblical principles (or at least claim them), can fall into the trap of seeing fascists as heroes, because their minds are rooted in the Right-wing paradigm that is ceaselessly looking for the solution to the Left. Since both the Right and Left are influenced by Darwin, no matter which side you take, you will see the world through a materialistic lens.
Thus, even if you have Christian principles, you are susceptible to falling into the trap of Darwinism when you follow the Right-wing path. “For false christs and false prophets will arise and perform great signs and wonders, so as to lead astray, if possible, even the elect.” (Matthew 24:24)
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