Fascism was founded during World War I by Italian national syndicalists who combined left-wing and right-wing political views, but Italian Fascism gravitated to the right in the early 1920s. ... There is a running dispute among scholars about where along the left/right spectrum that fascism resides.  (from)
I honestly think that politicising this stuff is destructive…obviously, there are people who don't want to change what they're doing. But then there are other people who are going to take advantage of the situation to further their own interests (and come up with false solutions that waste resources and generally make things worse).
It seems very clear to me that green moralism is about the advancement of middle-class interests, generally at the expense of the poor, who can be relied upon to go along with whatever gets decided between big business and the bourgeouisie once they've finished wrestling.
We could then afford to travel more, or buy another car, thereby upping our consumption back to the original level of expenditure. It's the Jevons paradox that I already mentioned.
"Well, yes again. Seeing an enviro-park that 'educates' children using a Nazi slogan does concern me. It doesn't concern you?"
@smoke Fascism was a left-wing movement in the beginning, hence the name 'National Socialist'.
All it takes is one "bad actor" state to make up for any efficiency gains in other countries. And I realize that easily sounds like an apologigist..
I dunno. Money tastes terrible.
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