By Furio Jesi
Originale mitologo della modernità, Jesi dedica gli studi qui raccolti a individuare le matrici sotterranee e il linguaggio delle “idee senza parole” della cultura di destra otto-novecentesca; e lo fa smascherandone i luoghi comuni, le formule e le parole d’ordine che alludono a un “vuoto” da riempire di materiali mitologici, un nucleo mitico profondo e inconoscibile, ma fondante e modellante, cui fanno riferimento i “valori non discutibili” di Tradizione, Passato, Razza, Origine, Sacro. Da questa prospettiva, Jesi indaga l’esoterismo di Julius Evola e il lusso retorico dannunziano, le pagine di Liala e Pirandello, gli apparati linguistici e iconici sottesi al fascismo e al neofascismo, al nazismo e al razzismo. Questa nuova edizione di un libro ancora attualissimo è corredata da tre inediti e un’intervista.
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Connections to district centers were made by telephone, so it must have been troublesome indeed when the telephones of the Belyi District party committee stopped working for two months in 1937. ) 65 Travel in the districts was often by horse. 66 The weakness of party administration was not only quantitative, but qualitative as well. Of those persons dropped from the rolls in party membership screenings, most were described as "clutter" or "ballast": criminals, dissolute careerists, and thieves.
Lower offices were often filled by petty officials who spent the day drunk. Small family circles of friends and relatives existed to exploit the patronage and financial rewards of leadership. A 1935 investigation showed some typical examples. One person in Voronezh had been a director of a sovkhoz, a raion instructor, and finally a party secretary. Expelled from the party three times for financial corruption and mismanagement, he had simply moved to a different, but nearby, organization and rejoined the party each time.
Of the 1,070 invalid party cards, 700 had the wrong family or first name, 111 had erasures or other alterations, 78 had false dates of party membership, 77 had false dates of birth, and 58 had no stamp or official signature. In Gorkii, 5,000 persons had been admitted to the party in violation of procedural rules, and 3,500 others were carrying duplicate party cards because they had supposedly lost the originals. "71 A party membership card was a very valuable commodity indeed. It entitled the bearer to special privileges, entrance to party buildings, and special rations of food and clothing; before the mid-thirties, it made the party member immune from arrest by civil authorities.
Cultura di destra by Furio Jesi