Modern Right Wing Populist groups while admirers and lovers of state power are still not the same as fascists of the past. Those historical extreme parties faded away after the war existing in Arab countries in the Syrian, Hezbollah, and Baathist Nationalist parties as well as former Soviet nations. Those past groups were influenced by romanticism, futurism, national, race mysticism, and violent revolution meant to be exported in perpetual war. These new groups in Western and Central Europe while racist do not envision creating a new man but want to retreat to the past. They are isolationist and do not want to be engaged in long term wars for things like a Greater Germany. They want violence domestic and localized in prisons and deportations but for the most part they are just far right progressives. The radical nationalist programs of the 1930s exist in places like North Korea and other countries that did not experience defeat after the Second World War left the Axis Powers in ruin. It is important to think more critically about fascism and how populist national movements evolved in the west. Thinking they remained static or were all the same leaves you blind to the enemy’s dagger.