The U.S. Did Not Defeat Fascism in WWII, It Discretely Internationalized It

One of the best explanations I’ve seen. It’s long [which can be a problem for some of you folks] but take the time to explore this topic well.

It is what we are up against.

Read this paragraph by paragraph and look at the links.

This is very much what is happening.

Counter Information

By Gabriel Rockhill

“The U.S. has established itself as the mortal enemy ofallpeople’s government,allscientific-socialist mobilization of consciousness everywhere on the globe, all anti-imperialist activity on earth.” –George Jackson

October 19, 2020 “Information Clearing House” -One of the founding myths of the contemporary Western European and American world is that fascism was defeated in WWII by liberal democracies, and particularly by the United States. With the subsequent Nuremburg trials and the patient construction of a liberal world order, a bulwark was erected—in fits and starts, and with the constant threat of regression—against fascism and its evil twin in the East. American culture industries have rehearsed this narrative ad nauseum, brewing it into a saccharine ideological Kool-Aid and piping it into every household, shack and street corner with a TV or smartphone, tirelessly juxtaposing the supreme evil of Nazism to the freedom and prosperity of…

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How many sides does Democracy have? Democracy has one side—The People. Anyone else is just a job applicant. Joyce Bowen

A Man Called Dwight

Many wonder how Hitler did it and punished the German people post WorldWar II for their deviancies. But we are doing the very same things and being herded into the same activities. Hilter herded the Jews into enclosures by asserting they carried typhus. Those of us who are already suffering injuries from pharmaceutical products and who fear death-by-vaccination will be herded into enclosures by asserting we are COVID carriers. [but there is no test; there is no testthereisnotest, therisno…]

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