Date: January 15, 2006
Before 9/11 I was your average apathetic teenager as far as It came to politics.
After the towers fell I became increasingly interested in politics. Like my father I became and unquestioning, conservative fanatic. however, i was not braindead, through much debate and argument with liberal classmates I began to expand my horizons. After a while, I became tired of the bush administration and its gross ineffeciency. It was not conservatism that threw me off, it was democracy itself. I began to explore alternatives to democracy. I looked at everything, from monarchy to communism to technocracy. I became increasingly interested in the political theory of Benito Mussolini and Oswald Mosley. After months reading and studying these people's lives and their ideas, I became convinced. Fascism was the answer to the world's problems. In the summer of 2004, I threw off my last ties to democracy and pronounced myself a Fascist. I have joined the American Fascist Party http://www.americanfascistparty.com and they are a great group of people. very diverse, with hispanics and women making up a significant fraction of the party's membership. There is no mindless racism or Nazi sympathy in the AFP. I was drawn to them because of their fair, openminded philosophy of Fascism. I have also been very active in the American Fascist Movement http://www.americanfascistmovement.com I seperate organization dedicated to spreading the word and bringing others into the fold.
I encourage everyone reading this to objectivly consider fascism. Once you open your mind to new ideas and possibilities, you will be a much happier person. Discovering fascism was the greatest thing that ever happened to me, I have never been more content with who I am.
more and more you will come to see the great LIE and facade that democracy is. How it has been engineered to make us THINK we are in control and how we are being abused and controlled by malevolent forces. Fascism is an honest, effective, and effecient alternative that will truly act to make the lives of Americans better.
Consider it, you may be surprised what you find.