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The far right today

by Charlie Post

Hard-right politicians and fascist street gangs pose growing threats to workers and the oppressed, argues Charlie Post, but they aren’t the same thing, and the Left needs different tactics to combat each one.

Two images overlap with one another. The left image is a vintage photo of Mussolini, dressed in army ware, inspecting the front of the Italian Saar troops, composed of grenadiers and carabinieri, in Rome on December 19, 1934. On the right, a photo of a press conference of multiple people dressed in suits. At the forefront stands Giorgia Meloni, speaking into a microphone of a press conference stand with an inscription saying ‘Presidenza Della Repubblica - Quirinale.’"

Fascism in Italy today

by Thomas Hummel

Last September a fascist party descended from Mussolini’s movement won election in Italy—a milestone in the advance of the far right internationally. Thomas Hummel examines the Italian situation and argues that united struggle can turn the tide.

Image of an anti-fascist protest in France.

Not one vote for Le Pen!

Build the resistance!

by Nouveau Parti Anticapitaliste

The second round of presidential elections in France is set to take place April 24th, 2022. As in 2017, the two candidates advancing to the final contest are the center-right neoliberal Emmanuel Macron and the neo-fascist Marine Le Pen. The collapse of the historic French center and the Parti Socialiste since the presidency of Francois Hollande (2012-2017) has polarized the political climate, with the far right making dangerous advances. Here, the Nouveau Parti Anticapitaliste issues a short statement on the election and the immediate tasks to resist the threat of fascism. Translated by Andy Sernatinger.