Definition of: FascismEdit
Fascism is an extreme and ultimatum of a nationalist authoritarian government to radical measures. It's oppositions are toward traditional conservatism, liberal, syndicalism and Marxism. Under Fascism policies such as totalitarian control can occur to intervene in the lives of the classes under the ruling class, such as forced participation in labour leagues and the removal of workers rights through industries and so on. Fascist states also intervene into industries and workplaces by the use of a corporate system to incorporate workers and employers together to create the illusion of democratic workers control which corporations would be named fascist syndicates or unions.
The principles of Fascism are not quite officially and normally abstract however Fascism inherits militaristic and ultranationalist ideas in which goes to the extent of the goals of autarky (self-sufficiency) and a non-immigrant state that does not include foreign elements (see National Socialism/Nazism). The foreign policy of Fascism is extremely aggressive and commonly uses the means of preparing war production to create a stronger and larger nation, Fascism leans towards imperialist tendencies as a matter to unify it's community under extreme nationalism.
The leadership of Fascism has always led to autocratic dictatorial rule without the use of parliament, it takes upon the principles of social-darwinism in which the weak shall perish and the strong shall truimph. There is mainly a heavy presence of propaganda, restraint on intellectual or seditious material and authoritarianism. Education is mostly concentrated on physical, military and political education to create a regimentation of the youth for the future of a strongly militarized nation.