"If your opponent is of choleric temperament, seek to irritate him." - Sun Tzu
Anyway, there is going to the source, and then there is looking for real world examples of the political theories. So, communism is an interesting theory and a lot of people chose to get behind it, but in reality the end game of communism is out of reach because the middle game is not practical and tolerated by the people. In fact, the first few opening moves were pretty devastating as well. Fascism is pretty ugly in theory but can work in certain circumstances.
Second of all, not really.
Fascism has some things in common with certain types of "right wing" (and there are many). But it also has some things with common with certain kinds of "left wing" (again, there are many).
And finally, when you get to a certain level of extremism, they're all pretty much the same thing. They may differ in their theoretical doctrine, but not as much as they would pretend, and the real-world results are usually pretty much the same.
To suggest that Hitler was a champion of Socialism is, at best, laughable. So much so, that I would dearly love to be present at some highly publicised political event, where you make such a claim. The ensuing headlines might be even more amusing than the initial outrage.
As for the advent of Revisionism, I would submit that it existed in one form or another since the earliest origins of political debate. A complementary feature of ongoing discourse, as with historical dialogue itself.
Hey, maybe if we be good, brush our teeth, eat all our vegetables and pray real hard, the powers that be will demand that henceforth, the very foundations of political terminology shall be radically redefined, for the sake of fringe agenda.
Hell, why define America as a 'federal, presidential, constitutional republic' (Wiki). Why not call it a Monarchy?
While I'm at it, I now declare that America's economy is characterised by Feudalism.
Ya know, because I say so, and the accepted definitions don't apply all of a sudden.
I have no special illusions about the clowns who "do politics" in Italy these days - whether "right", "left", or the nauseating Beppe Grillo's "just plain nuts" - but Fascist they are not. None of them. Not even Alessandra Mussolini. The 20th century is over. Thank goodness for that.
In terms of the British Freemasonry I would say neither in terms of Fascism's classic sense. Although it does have old colonial instincts and is most certainly bigoted particularly towards the Irish. It Sees itself as upper class, privileged, and royalist as opposed to belonging to any particular group. ie -Communist or -Nazi Certainly Right Wing though
I think Fascism is different in every country
I see Fascism as control and hatred with an indifference towards average people. You do not need a 'wing' per se for this politick