Tuesday, October 31, 2017

A Quote from Franco on Fascism as an Urge to Live

"Fascism, since that is the word that is used, fascism presents, wherever it manifests itself, characteristics which are varied to the extent that countries and national temperaments vary. It is essentially a defensive reaction of the organism, a manifestation of the desire to live, of the desire not to die, which at certain times seizes a whole people. So each people reacts in its own way, according to its conception of life." 
- Francisco Franco, 1938 interview with Henri Massis