I don't think you're really following American politics too closely. Here's why:
I disparage the hypocrisy, dude. The corporatocracy system in United States has put your country into a bunch of bloody wars just for oil. The corporatocracy system in United States had granted a $700 billion bailout for the banks. Pentagon are spending more for war than all 50 States combined spend to run the country. FED, a private isntitution, has provided $9 trillion in loans to banks, corporations to discretion
Tea partiers hate this, especially the bank bailouts. This is universal amongst the movement. Any google search will make that clear. Some of the incumbent Republicans ousted in primaries last year were sent packing by the tea party explicitly because they supported the bailouts. You may find specific Republican (and Democratic) politicians who support corporate welfare, but Republicans and the tea party aren't synonymous. In fact, you'll find that some of the most conservative politicians, those who identify with the movement the most, are very much against it. Take a look at senators Rand Paul, Jim Demint, and Mike Lee. They're very much against this crap. As for the FED, take a look at Ron Paul, whom many credit with starting the tea party movement. He's probably been the largest critic of the Federal Reserve of any politician in the last century. He even wrote a book called "End the Fed".
Currently working and middle class pays all the taxes and the wealthy and corporations barely pay any in your country.
Are they asking a better distribution in the payment of taxes? No, they aren't.
Tax rates increase as your income increases and the corporate tax rate is the highest in the developed world (perhaps 2nd highest after Japan?), so I'm not sure where you get this from. Also, unlike most developed nations, the US has no national sales or VAT tax, both of which are regressive, hitting the poor and middle-class the hardest. You'll find that most tea partiers support lowering taxes for everyone
But are these things that motivate teabaggers protests? Do they ask for the end of wars, less spending on military and stop the aid to large corporations? They are protesting against immigrants, against aid to the poor, against the welfare state, against the public health system. How many of them have supported the government's abuse towards Manning? Zero. They ask for his death. I guess they are too busy trying to figure out where Obama was born and shooting Mexicans at the border.
Actually, their protests are motivated primarily by opposition to increasing government spending and the ever-increasing debt burden. This is why they began popping up following the bank bailouts and during the healthcare debate. Brad Manning just isn't relevant to what is primarily a fiscally-oriented movement.
And anyways, how does "protesting against [illegal] immigrants, against aid to the poor, against the welfare state, against the public health system" make one fascist? Do you even know what fascism is? How can advocating for smaller government be considered fascist when the state is central to the fascist political system? You may not like them, but the tea partiers aren't fascist.