(English: fascism; German: Faschismus), the original meaning is "bundle stick", is an axe surrounded by a number of wooden sticks tied together, in ancient Rome is the symbol of power and prestige.
The Republic of ancient Rome no longer had kings or dictatorships. The Archons were responsible for managing state affairs. The consul has no salary and is the official rank of the highest honor in the country. The consul, dressed in dark Red-Edged purple robes, sat on the ivory throne and was escorted by a guard of honor. When the consul went out, he took 12 guards. Each bodyguard carries a bunch of baskets on his shoulder, with an axe in the middle, which symbolizes the supreme power of the country's highest officer. This symbol of supreme violence and power, Latin called "fascist" fasces, mainly manifested in "individual obedience to the collective, collective obedience to the leader".
It is used as a form of torture for people to die. If someone commits a serious crime, the consul pronounces a verdict like a bell: "The death penalty is imposed on him by `fascism'." The guard immediately unlocked the club bundle from his shoulder - "fascism" and beat the criminal severely, until he was beaten to the skin and flesh, then pulled him to kneel on the ground, pulled out the axe from "fascism" and cut off his head on the spot.