The most common examples of Radical right-wing parties success can be seen where they have managed to combine a strong appeal to anti-establishment ressentiments with an equally strong claim to democratic reform or renewal. The most prominent case is the FPO, which has consistently promoted itself as 'the driving force behind the political renewal of Austria', seeking to bring about an 'Austrian cultural revolution with democratic means' which would lead to the overthrow of the ruling class and the intellectual caste. (Turner, 1975) Italian Fascism and German National Socialism are characterized by sharing the common aspects of totalitarianism; followed by supremacy of a leader, an exclusive ideology, a single mass party, a monopoly of communications media and education, and a secret police and terror apparatus. ...Show more
Today, the threat of fascism no longer comes from a terrorist, and imperialist government in lieu of making wars upon its minorities and neighbours, it appears from right wing, racist vigilantes, who possess, a passive police force and judiciary. Right-Wing politics in Europe is characterized by extreme racism which manifests itself in the areas of discrimination and social exclusion in the labour market, in segregation, in the housing market, in unequal opportunities in the educational system, in marked differences in general health and well-being between migrant categories and majority populations and in differential access to power and influence…
The famous social movement, Christian Right, once known as a raucous but in the end unsuccessful political power, reinvented itself during the last part of 1980s. Under the leadership of people who restored the clergy initiators, the altered faction apparently implemented an additionally practical political approach deferring better political pressure (Schafer, p.
This paper seeks to discuss the threat the far right on democracy with a view to elucidate on the likelihood of a repeat of history. Having that in mind, the structure within the political system that has allowed the expansion of democracy enemies and the emergence of new enemies of democracy will be discussed. Finally the paper will evaluate whether the uncivil society has out staged the subversive political party which as the major source of extremism or whether it actively cooperates with the same extremism.
The political rights of the representatives of the minority communities have been subdued. The European countries are democratic countries, and the notion of democracy protects the interests and rights of the local community. The principle of democracy echoes the voice and representation of the majority and minority communities.
Most crucially, it is our understandings about crime that determine crime levels in our society on the basis of sentencing about punishment, treatment or deterrence for offenders. The critical analysis of crime takes into account the loopholes in controlling crime, which rests on the shoulders of our government and criminologists.
Politics is an activity that makes the people learn and understand different rules to spend their lives. It is an act that on one hand allows the group of people to co-operate and resolves problems between them and on the other hand it is a sign of conflict and diversity.
In the United States in particular, the term refers to a particular conservative political movement which coalesced through certain grassroots organizing in the years that preceded 1964, particularly the presidential campaign of Barry Goldwater in 1964. "The Goldwater campaign, though failing to unseat incumbent president Lyndon B.
characterized by extreme racism which manifests itself in the areas of discrimination and social exclusion in the labour market, in segregation, in the housing market, in unequal opportunities in the educational system, in marked differences in general health and well-being
From decades, Right-Wing political parties are confronting the radical forces of communism and fascism. History reveals that far- right parties have suffered either by losing post-wars at the hands of anti-fascists or by losing civil wars. Italy post-war and
The case is not much different even in some of the democratic countries like India, Israel, and America. In India, the dominant Hindu religion plays an important role in shaping India’s internal politics. Only in communist countries or socialist