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Does anyone want to add content? I'm having trouble finding people interested in Brazilian history 172
I'm sorry but what is wrong with the two links I added, they both have very explicit and useful information on integralism. user:adroyt
- Because ANUS enthusiasts such as yourself have been adding links everywhere. Your additions were probably removed because they smelled of spam. Could you incorporate some of the content of those pages (without plagiarizing or violating copyright) into this article? -leigh (φθόγγος) 01:56, Jan 17, 2005 (UTC)
- There's really no reason to incorporate text from the ANUS link into the Wikipedia article. The American Nihilist Underground Society are well known fascist integralists. They're a fairly large and somewhat relevant organization with regards to the philosophy. There's actually no reason why they should not be, in some way, represented in this particular article. I put the links there a couple of days ago, and I'm adding them back unless you can give me any reason why they're not a relevant source on integralism. Their primer is a pretty extensive introduction to the philosophy. It's hard to consider it "spam" in this case. User:Wacoj
- Please, if whoever keeps editing out the ANUS primer would explain why they're doing it, instead of hitting and running, please do. Otherwise, I'm keeping it in there - there's no good reason why it should not be in there. User:Wacoj
Integralism ≠ Fascism? Why or why not?
If anyone is going to assert, in this article or other Wikipedia articles, that there are important differences between Fascism and Integralism, I think that it behooves us to say clearly just what these differences are supposed to be, and not just say, "There are some important differences, for example X and Y." -- X and Y and what else? Let's state this as clearly and completely as possible, please. Thank you. -- Writtenonsand 22:23, 10 April 2007 (UTC)
- Integralism is Catholic, Thomistic and inspired by the Middle Ages. It is somewhat related to traditionalism, though not entirely. Fascism is revolutionary, grew out of radical left-wing politics like syndicalism, socialism and anarchism. They converge on the concept of an organic society and respect for authority. - Yorkshirian (talk) 05:57, 18 July 2009 (UTC)