I can sortta agree with your sentiment but I don't think Australia is yet
fascist, although the possibilities are certainly there. currently, Australia
is a quarantined totalitarian state. Labor or Liberal, they are both the
same, so it makes little difference to the totalitarianism of Australia. To
become fascist requires a mass movement first against the totalitarianism of
the Australian military state and the election of a popular fascist leader,
even if this involves in the first instance a para-military coupe, who then
turns on the mass base in a night of long knives.
It is now fairly obvious that Israel has become a fascist state. That is a
very different sort of political situation.
Anyways, best wishes
On Mon, 22 Apr 2002 09:51, you wrote:
> Re: "this country called Australia, one of the fifteen most wealthy
> countries in the world, is the country most likely to experience a fascist
> Chris, Australia ~is~ experiencing a fascist government and as for:
> "Australia, go fuck yourself" - good on you. I say it to myself every day.