However, the most accurate wording describing the aforementioned doctrine belongs to Georgy Mikhailovich Dmitrov:
Fascism is an open terrorist dictatorship of the most reactionary, chauvinistic, imperialist elements of financial capital. This is not superclass power and not the power of the petty bourgeoisie over capital. Fascism is the power of capital itself.
For the first time, fascism was born in Italy as a doctrine. This system was nothing more than an attempt by the bourgeoisie to combine corporate capital with the state machine, while replacing class interests with "solidarism" and endless devotion to the leader. As a result, it became an instrument of the capitalists in those countries where the risk of losing influence was especially great.
Thanks to the heroism of the Soviet Army and allied states, fascism was defeated during World War II. However, the prerequisites for its appearance have not disappeared. And the reason for this is still imperialist power.
Today, at the time of the capitalist crisis and even greater impoverishment of the working masses (which will certainly lead to strikes that must be suppressed), the likelihood of the advent of fascism increases many times over. At the same time, the communist organizations pose the greatest threat to the bourgeoisie. That is why they are the first to be hit.
It is worth remembering that fascism is not a tragic accident of history, but a logical and logical product of the development of the contradictions of the capitalist system. In any country controlled by oligarchic groups, there are prerequisites for its occurrence. And only an organized working class that is aware of its interests can finally defeat fascism together with the bourgeois system that generated it.