June 09, 2020

Technofascist Takeover & GoDeFundMe

Technofascist Takeover 
Amazing Polly 

6 videos to watch and share

Polly recommends 6 videos from several experts in their fields who all seem to be pointing in the same direction. They comment on the scamdemic, the proposed vaccines, the overthrow of our financial system & the Marxist riots. This is - without a doubt - the attempted imposition of the Technofascists' dreamed of Digital Gulag called the 4th Industrial Revolution

Really Graceful - Defunding the Police
Dan Dicks - GoFundMe Campaign REMOVED
Update from Chaziel Sunz 

defund the po-po?
Defunding the Police
 "In this video, Really Graceful talks about what the movement for defunding the po-po really means, using their own materials and infographics."

defund the po-po?- reallygraceful

$7,000 Stolen From Press For Truth!!!
Dan Dicks

Dan Dicks Kicked While Down
GoFundMe Campaign REMOVED

Update from Chaziel
Chaziel Sunz

Celtic Warrior
Scandinavian Warrior
Keyboard Warrior


THX 1138 said...

I am a fascist. Have a problem?

Voltman said...

Hey THX 1138,

I don't know who you're talking to but I'll let you know that I have no problem at all with fascists. They're generally ignorant with very little to say that you might consider intelligent or enlightening. They're primitive bullies, are usually illiterate and demagogic; they have next to nothing to contribute and are basically dumber than a box of retarded rocks.

I have no problem with the violent ones either. I simply smash their useless fucking skulls against the nearest brick wall without any problem whatsoever.


Almighty Super Duck

Ross from Scotland said...

@ Voltman,
You have no idea what Fascism is. Here I thought I was looking at an enlightened erudite website and yet, one of the administrators still believes in the jew hollywood version of Fascism.

For your information;
Fascists aren't tyrannical they are authoritarian. A fascist is strictly nationalistic and seeks only to look out for the best interests of its given nation and people. Fascism in a nutshell strictly believes that nation and people are one; anything that would harm its people harms the nation, hence this shit wouldn't happen. A fascism is like its own religion and also strives to exploit the best in man. Fascists also tend to be authoritarian and this is a form of government that upholds popular public opinion and values to strict law. Tyranny, like Marxism, is a system of government that has ultimate control over the masses and upholds a very unpopular decision or public opinion as strict law. You are completely using the term "fascist" out of context . If you'd say "International Marxism", "Global Bolshevism" or even global communism, you'd be more accurate, since Bolshevik Marxist's aim was global domination and ultimate control, through any means necessary.

A real fascist government (not the hollywood misrepresentation) would be far more preferable.
The vast majority have fallen for the lies about Fascism and use the word as a pejorative epithet. The truth is not so hard to find.

Here is an excellent book that lays out the real tenets of Fascism, well worth a read:


Voltman said...

I'm not influenced by Hollywood; not that I'm aware of anyway. Rather, I'm influenced by the dictionary definitions I have come across. If the following definitions are incorrect, the problem we have consists on agreeing on a specific definition.

Here are a few definitions I have noted:

Definition of fascism:
A political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition.

"Robert Paxton, a professor emeritus of social science at Columbia University in New York who is widely considered the father of fascism studies, defined fascism as "a form of political practice distinctive to the 20th century that arouses popular enthusiasm by sophisticated propaganda techniques for an anti-liberal, anti-socialist, violently exclusionary, expansionist nationalist agenda.""

"Although fascist parties and movements differed significantly from one another, they had many characteristics in common, including extreme militaristic nationalism, contempt for electoral democracy and political and cultural liberalism, a belief in natural social hierarchy and the rule of elites, and the desire to create a Volksgemeinschaft (German: “people’s community”), in which individual interests would be subordinated to the good of the nation."

"A political system based on a very powerful leader, state control, and being extremely proud of country and race, and in which political opposition is not allowed."
"The only official definition of Fascism comes from Benito Mussolini, the founder of fascism, in which he outlines three principles of a fascist philosophy.

1."Everything in the state". The Government is supreme and the country is all-encompasing, and all within it must conform to the ruling body, often a dictator.

2."Nothing outside the state". The country must grow and the implied goal of any fascist nation is to rule the world, and have every human submit to the government.

3."Nothing against the state". Any type of questioning the government is not to be
tolerated. If you do not see things our way, you are wrong. If you do not agree with the government, you cannot be allowed to live and taint the minds of the rest of the good citizens.

The use of militarism was implied only as a means to accomplish one of the three
above principles, mainly to keep the people and rest of the world in line.

Fascist countries are known for their harmony and lack of internal strife. There are no conflicting parties or elections in fascist countries.


It seems we need to agree on the best definition before rectifying my position and my posting.

The Failure to Define Fascism Today

Ross from Scotland said...
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Ross from Scotland said...

I am not working on dictionary definitions , probably inserted into the dictionary by a jew, I am working on the ideals and tenets of the men that brought us Fascism.

I gave you a link to a book written by Oswald Moseley. Now here is a link to the book written by Mussolini himself:


Read these books and then we can have an intelligent conversation without using copy&paste soundbites.

Voltman said...

I will read part of these books. In the mean time, I will grant you authority over the definition since I wasn't 100% clear on the proper definition of the word. I have rarely used the word myself since 2001-2003 and when others used it, it was generally meant as something undesirable related to military dictatorships of one label or another.

Note that I posted my own "definition" of the word fascist. I also have my own definition of the word democracy which is unrelated to the present definition(s).

If there exists a noble and sensible version of fascism, I might approve of it, who knows?

Ross from Scotland said...

I would recommend reading Oswald Moseley's book first. Where he answers, what we would call today, frequently asked questions about Fascism.

Voltman said...

One author above wrote:
"With the word "fascist" so freely and easily tossed about, it’s a wonder that no one has thought to apply it, if only for provocation’s sake, "

"it’s a wonder that no one has thought to apply it"

Well I just DID apply it! And it worked: it provoked you!

I left a comment about your comment over here:

Hasta la pasta