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Each have a racially motivated party, more or less based on Nazi ideology and an authoritarian party structure defined by racism, anti-Semitism and violence.
What has evolved over the last 20 or so years is a natural divergence between the fundamentally weaker and stronger economies, particularly since the onset of the global financial crisis five years ago.
One of the more enduring assumptions of political campaigning in recent times has been the idea that digital media 'won' the Presidency for Barack Obama in 2008. That it was the geeks wot won it.
It's already strange enough that the author of the PATRIOT Act, Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, has come out strongly against the NSA's mass spying, said that James Clapper should be fired and prosecuted, and introduced sweeping new legislation that would significantly curtail the NSA's activities.
Following the success of the far-right British National Party (BNP) in this week's European Union parliamentary elections
Pirates have been the scourge of the music and film industry for years, swapping and "stealing" songs and movies with no regard for the law. But now the pirates will be making the law.
Does the election of two BNP MEPs and the success of the far right elsewhere in Europe mean we are facing the threat of fascism