Worst Hot Take of the Week
ICYMI, Ann Widdecombe Doesn't Understand Either Slavery or Empire
This week, as we pit two of the worst takes against each other, neither Widdecombe nor Jonathan Pie care about context or… meaning.
Tom Waits’ New Song of Anti-Fascist Resistance Needed More Teeth
Waits and Marc Ribot's cover of the Italian partisans' anthem "Bella Ciao" should've honoured modern revolutionaries, not a milquetoast march.
I Tried to Eat Like an Italian Futurist and Learned that Fascism Isn't Delicious
One hundred years ago, an avant-garde group set out to transform meals into performance pieces. Were they any good?
Kristian Ejlebæk Nielsen
The Creep of Fascism
How far-right rhetoric is becoming the new normal.
Britain First Is Campaigning to Change a Wiki Entry Calling it 'Fascist'
Famously, Wikipedia is a user-generated website that any member of the public can edit.
Nazis Explain Why They Became Nazis
In 1934, American writer Theodore Abel created a fake competition to trick hundreds of people into describing why they loved the Nazi Party so much. Their words seem worryingly relevant today.
This Is What Europe's Largest Nationalist March Looks Like
Sixty-thousand people marched through Poland's capital city in one of Europe's biggest nationalist demonstrations.
The Anti-Fascist Sex Workers Who Were Institutionalised for Challenging Mussolini
Sometimes it's left to some "ill-mannered" women to call out a fascist regime.
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A Brief But Very Informative History of How Fascists Infiltrated Punk and Metal
Since the 1970s, fascists have been trying to push their ideology on punks and metalheads by cloaking it in esotericism and "free expression."
Alexander Reid Ross
Scotland's Extreme Right-Wingers Are Now Backing Independence
It looks like the Scottish far-right are pretending to support independence to gain support for their creepy ideology.
10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Greek Anti-fascist
"I've asked myself the question whether I would punch a Nazi before, and concluded that yes, I would – and with pleasure."
Why Thousands of Innocent Women Were Locked Away in Asylums
A lesser-known story from Italy's fascist era.