Nazis arose in 1930s Germany. I prefer the term fascist to apply to ultra right wing supporters like Daily Mail readers.
Maybe 1919 to be pedantic, but who cares? If you think splitting hairs is point scoring get real.1920 the wretched party emerged. Atleast get it right if you’re going to accuse people of sympathising with them.
If you think people who read the Daily Mail are “facists” then you’re just a fool. Just this morning James posted a Daily Mail story, so I’d be careful throwing around such stupid accusations again, because it’s clearly not true.
The Daily Mail had a circulation of over 1m papers per day (pre pandemic) and Mail Online gets circa 10m visits per day. So to brand everyone who reads the Daily Mail and Mail Online as fascist is clearly preposterous and just undermines your own credibility.Nazis arose in 1930s Germany. I prefer the term fascist to apply to ultra right wing supporters like Daily Mail readers.
It was a joke Andy - but with some truth behind it. An interview with a grower on R4 Today yesterday he reckoned he had lost £100ks in lost sales due to the lack of pickers.Project Fear really scraping the barrel now....
I absolutely don’t- and that is the massively worrying thing.
We have to be really careful here that we don't try and put everyone in the same pot and categorise them all as right or left wing extremists.I absolutely don’t- and that is the massively worrying thing.
Across the world we are seeing the growth of right wing, nationalistic parties who are espousing policies that marginalise and discriminate minorities, reduce press freedom, the rights of the judiciary and exacerbate the huge gaps between the haves and have nots in our society