Mussolini and the corporatists were right on almost everything including economics. Unfortunately, the rest of the world became jealous of Fascist Italy and invaded the country before we could truly show our strength. In the current world we live in, we usually have two schools of economic thought: Keynesianism and Hayekism (Austrian school of economics). People seem to believe that either more government is always better (Keynes), or less government is always better (Hayek).
But both systems have been tried extensively and both have failed. Evolved Keynesianism would look like Zionist Communism as applied in the USSR. Evolved Hayekism would resemble Honduras or the USA, where whoever has the most capital makes all of the rules. Keynisianism at its worst, divulges into Communism, where people are lied to and told to hand everything to the socialist government, who will in turn re-distribute this to the people. This never happens and wealth becomes concentrated in the hands of a few powerful government entities. Evolved Hayekism turns into Anarcho-capitalism, where people are told to hand everything over to large corporations, which in turn will provide pensions and healthcare to the workers. Unfortunately, none of this has happened either and now big international conglomerates have retained almost all of our nation’s wealth without re-distributing anything back to the workers in the form of corporate pensions or generous healthcare plans. Some corporations have done this, but look around you, in the USA is healthcare not a failure? And what about pensions in Italy? Keynes and Hayek’s ideas are both incorrect.
What we propose is something that has not been tried for 70 years. Under national corporatism people are allowed, and more than encouraged, to start businesses and own property. They are encouraged to go out and seek their fortune, so long as that fortune is healthy for the nation. This would mean no one could start a business that would ship in illegal invaders, because that would uproot Italians. Pensions and healthcare under corporatism would continue to exist, but they would not be subject to the wrath of a corporate entity or the totalitarianism of a government socialist bureaucracy. Guilds and corporatism allow for a worker to succeed in the workplace and get ahead via representation, while tax breaks for entrepreneurs allow the common man to build wealth for his private family.
Corporatism is the solution to the 21st century economic problem in Italy.