You are right, I used to be a right wing fascist poster.
I was (and still am)>pro small community>pro nature/anti corporate>pro small business/local produce>pro homogenous culture
That's why I support walkable smaller neighborhoods and reject urban sprawl.
Sprawl is massively beneficial to megacorporations who just install franchises, as well as the car lobby jews.
A bike is as fascist as it gets, powered only but your own manpower.
Small, walkable neighorhoods are frindly and foster cooperation and solidarity, and create a shared culture and love of ones land and people.
Small walkable areas are also overwhelmingly mom & pop and local franchise type venues. I much prefer a coffee shop or bakery that is centuries old and feels like it is part of the urban landscape, than a soulless, faceless, corpo-shit franchise like Starbucks.
I oppose jewish internationalist propaganda of car dependency and debt slavery.
I love my people and I love my land, that's why I want to preserve a local economy and character, a walkable, bikeable, public transit centric hometown.