Neo-Reactionary (Fascist)

Here's something I read today:
[D]on't trust any country where women are regularly more powerful than men; where individuals are more important than a collective; and where personal beliefs and freedoms trump historical identity. Because that means that its men are weak, its individuals are selfish, and they cannot be trusted to act in the long term interests of their own people.
As I read it, I couldn't help but notice how perfectly it encapsulates the beliefs of the so-called "Dark Enlightenment," "neo-reactionary" movement in America. (I'd call it fascism, but hey - what's in a name?)

The only problem is that the author of that passage wasn't writing about the "Dark Enlightenment" or fasicsm. He was writing about jihadis.

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