Dienas grauds


“History does not repeat itself so neatly. Fascism in the 1920s and 1930s sense is dead. But the emergence of new political parties speaking for the unemployed and the newly poor is something that is hard to imagine not occurring. Whether it is the Golden Dawn party in Greece or the Catalan independence movements, the growth of parties wanting to redefine the system that has tilted so far against the middle class is inevitable. Italy was simply, once again, the first to try it out.”

George Freedman

“Vēsture neatkārtojas ideālās līdzībās. Fašisms 1920-to un 30-to gadu izpratnē  ir miris. Bet grūti iedomāties, ka neradīsies jaunas politskās partijas, kas uzrunās bezdarbniekus un jaunos nabagos. Vai nu tā būs Zelta ausmas partija Grieķijā vai Kataloņu neatkarības kustība, partiju skaits, kas vēlētos pārveidot  pret vidējo klasi noliekušos sistēmu, augs neizbēgami.  Vienkārši Itālija kārtējo reizi to izmēģinās pirmā.”

Džordžs Frīdmans

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