Do you really want to know who the real fascists are in American politics? Do you need a better understanding of what the terms mean? Does the rhetoric that comes from the left seem to be very confusing? If so, then this article may be of some help to you.
The next time you hear some radical screaming into the camera that President Donald Trump is a fascist, you will understand how they are trying to shift the stigma from their behavior to supporters of the President. Read and be educated.
As Written By E. Jeffrey Ludwig for the American Thinker:
President Donald J. Trump is routinely referred to as a fascist by the left. Much of that rhetoric originates from within the Democrat Party. We hear little to no outrage by either Democrats or Republicans at the use of this inflammatory language. In fact, the cliched phrase “the silence is deafening” finds a real application in this climate of extreme disparagement. Think of it: Trump’s desire to have extreme vetting of immigrants from certain war-torn Islamic countries is portrayed repeatedly as racist, Islamaphobic, and fascist. These countries are hotbeds of Islamic terrorism. They are countries where members of the Taliban, Al-Qaeda, El Shabab, the Houthis, Hamas, Fatah, Hizb’allah, the Muslim Brotherhood, and other maniacal Allah-centered groups are now considered moderates simply because they are not-ISIS. Extreme vetting to protect the citizens of the USA is met with extreme disparagement. The disparagers want to defame the very individual who wants to do the job he was elected to do, namely, protect the citizenry from enemies foreign and domestic.
The term fascism is defined by one source as coming from the Latin fascio, meaning bundle. The people are bundled into “one body that must be controlled by the government with absolute force. There’s no option to vote, no chance to impeach a leader, and no freedom to stand up against the governing body.” The prototype of fascism can be found in the program of Adolf Hitler’s National Socialist German Workers’ Party, called “Nazi” for short. The very name of the Nazi party reveals that it was a party of the left, as it has the word “socialist” in it. The street battles between the Nazis and the communists were battles between two factions of the……
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