Neleed deehne bi blog deree bolon Asuult Sambar deer "Ten Commandments for Choosing a Spouse" gesen post hiisen yum. Uul sanaa ni bol jiliin umnu Mark Mazower-iin "Dark Continent" deerees unshij baisan Nazistuudiin "Advice Center for the Improvement of Genetic and Racial Health" hemeeh propaganda-giin German hemeeh ugiig ni Mongol bolgood uurchilhud humuus herhen huleej avahiig ni sonirhoh yavdal bailaa. Ur dun ni aimshigtay! Barag 90%-aas deesh ni naadah chini tun zuv sanaa baina gej demjiv... Uuruur helbel ungursun XX zuund etsestee emgenelteygeer tugsdug boloh ni negent batlagdsan ediig bid odoo boltol bodot, bolomjtoy, gerel gegeetey zuil meteer tusuulsuur. Ene ni tuuhiig muuhan uran zohioliin buteel meteer huleen avdag Mongolchuudiin setgelgee, tuuniig ni zasch systemtey medleg olgohiin orond ulam bur holion bantang ni hutgaj bui 10 jiliin yavuurguy curriculum-tey yalt ch uguy holbootoy (yalanguya tuuhiin hicheel!).
Uuniih ni ch gor ni garch udguu bid nar uursdiiguu Neo-Nazist hemeen nerlesen baahan hunii erhend ayumshigguygeer haldagchid, tedniig ni talarhan huleen avagch ard irgedtey bolov. Sonirholtoy ni ihenh ni uuniig olon saya hunii amind hursen Nazismaas uur, Mongol mayagiinh tul emgenelt ur dund hurgehguy gej guremdej baih yum. Uneniig helehed Mongolchuud heregjuuleheeree sain ur dund hureed Germanchuud hiiheeree uur ur dun garna gedeg yum baihguy l dee. Sain uhaad uzvel yu yarij baigaagaa medehguy l hunii yaria. Yu ch gesen tuhain uyedee The NY Review of Books deer hevlegdej baisan Nazism-iin ur huvrul bolson fascism-iin niitleg shinj chanaruudiin talaarh Umberto Eco-giin essay-g end taviv. Odoogiin Mongoliin nuhtsul baidlaas her yalgaatay baigaag ni uursduu unshaad tungaana biz dee...
Umberto Eco - Ur-Fascism
But in spite of this fuzziness, I think it is possible to outline a list of features that are typical of what I would like to call Ur-Fascism, or Eternal Fascism. These features cannot be organized into a system; many of them contradict each other, and are also typical of other kinds of despotism or fanaticism. But it is enough that one of them be present to allow fascism to coagulate around it.
[...]6. Ur-Fascism derives from individual or social frustration. That is why one of the most typical features of the historical fascism was the appeal to a frustrated middle class, a class suffering from an economic crisis or feelings of political humiliation, and frightened by the pressure of lower social groups. In our time, when the old "proletarians" are becoming petty bourgeois (and the lumpen are largely excluded from the political scene), the fascism of tomorrow will find its audience in this new majority.
7. To people who feel deprived of a clear social identity, Ur-Fascism says that their only privilege is the most common one, to be born in the same country. This is the origin of nationalism. Besides, the only ones who can provide an identity to the nation are its enemies. Thus at the root of the Ur-Fascist psychology there is the obsession with a plot, possibly an international one. The followers must feel besieged. The easiest way to solve the plot is the appeal to xenophobia. But the plot must also come from the inside: Jews are usually the best target because they have the advantage of being at the same time inside and outside. In the U.S., a prominent instance of the plot obsession is to be found in Pat Robertson's The New World Order, but, as we have recently seen, there are many others.
8. The followers must feel humiliated by the ostentatious wealth and force of their
enemies. When I was a boy I was taught to think of Englishmen as the five-meal people. They ate more frequently than the poor but sober Italians. Jews are rich and help each other through a secret web of mutual assistance. However, the followers must be convinced that they can overwhelm the enemies. Thus, by a continuous shifting of rhetorical focus, the enemies are at the same time too strong and too weak. Fascist governments are condemned to lose wars because they are institutionally incapable of objectively evaluating the force of the enemy.