Is Dune fascist? Nope. But…

…the Harkonnens and the Proud Boys have a lot in common

The release of Dune: Part One, an epic realisation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel Dune, has triggered an ownership war between liberalism, the left and the extreme right.

Some, such as historian Ofri Ilany, writing in Haaretz, have claimed the work “may be fascist” while praising its engagement with…

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Paul Mason

Paul Mason

Journalist, writer and film-maker. Former economics editor at BBC Newsnight. Author of How To Stop Fascism, published May 2021.

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