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an Italian fascist under Mussolini

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Fascisti groups were set up across the UK by the dictator's admirers, many of whom were of Italian extraction.
Pur nel suo tentativo di non prendere una posizione troppo netta nel dibattito tra fascismo e antifascismo, Prezzolini non risparmia critiche sprezzanti, come quando scrive, il 5 gennaio 1930: "Se non ci fossero le imbecillita degli antifascisti, quelle dei fascisti farebbero piu effetto" (diario 1900-1941 447).
I fascisti violentatori rappresentano invece trame occulte, imposizioni, conformismo ottuso, offese.
(60) The Fasci were to serve as its vanguard--with their members identified as Fascisti.
Una ragazzina di 15 anni accuso due Rom di stupro; gli ultra razzisti e fascisti irruppero nel campo Rom che accoglieva gli stupratori.
So what exactly is fascism? (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/12/02/merriam-websters-plea-theres-still-time-to-prevent-fascism-from-becoming-word-of-the-year/?utm_term=.82fcabc3e69c) Merriam-Webster  defines it as: "1 A political philosophy, movement, or regime (as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition.
I fascisti agli inizi di ottobre del 1922 lo cacciarono da Trento e ne chiesero le dimissioni perche troppo tollerante verso i sudtirolesi, i quali a loro volta lo avevano avversato e ostacolato giudicandolo troppo incline a sostenere la tesi degli italiani di Bolzano, di Trento e di Roma" (Corsini & Lill, 1988, p.
Communist "youths" and "girls of flapper age" faced off against police and "fascisti," which included "20 blackshirted members ...
In the 24 June article, titled "Fascisti Party Half-Million," Hemingway warms to Mussolini's "slow smiling mouth and large, expressive hands" (172).
Cyber-tactics have been streamlined to Putin's latest purpose: interrupting the communications of legislators and governance, even as the stream of Russian-language misinformation heralding the new war on "fascisti" continues to flow.
Fascism in Britain was first associated with the British Fascisti (later renamed the British Fascists, BF), formed in 1923.
Herndon's narrative, on the other hand, provides evidence of how, previous to his incarceration, he successfully converts a man he calls "white Jim" (and others like him) from fascist "racketeer" to "class-conscious worker." Herndon sees how the American Fascisti prey on starving whites and circulate "racial dry rot" to recruit members.