Friday, March 9, 2012

The Two Revolutions

(Published in Gerarchia, June 6, 1938)

By Achille Starace

The Blackshirts of Italy—conscious of antiquity and the continuity of spiritual relations between Rome and Germany, which have been even more intimate today by the fraternity of our two revolutionary movements—celebrated the Führer's visit, which represents the grand feast of two fiendly peoples, both of whom are compact in their ranks and devoted to their two Leaders.

Today the two great revolutionary movements have more than ever in common the very highest task of keeping the intrepid and warlike spirit intact.

They also share the common pride of being the heralds of a new civilization and of marching at the forefront of the bitter struggle against the decaying forces of the old degenerate world.