The Father of Fascism and Why Democrats Hide Him

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The Father of Fascism and Why Democrats Hide Him

Interesting video on Fascism and who is the person most responsible for it. The video by Denish D'Souzas shows how the Fascist philosophy is identical to the Nazi political philosophy, Mossolini Fascism political philosophy and...the Democratic party.

Dems are Fascist/Socialists

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Fascism is defined as

Fascism is defined as private ownership of the means of production and government regulation of that ownership. If that is the case the United States became a fascist nation with the administration of Theodore Roosevelt and his assault on the potential monopolies of the likes of John Rockefeller, the Swerington brothers, Jacob Astor and others. This control on the management of the economy was further strengthened by another Roosevelt, Franklin, when his administration to over control of labor. Prior to this only the banks were authorized to steal through usury. Teddy diluted the ownership of companies allowing their management to steal the profits of the now more numerous but powerless owners through boards consisting primarily of company management. Roosevelt's actions allowed organized labor to steal their supposed share of profits through collective bargaining.

What most people don't know because the Progressives do not allow it to be taught is that Hitler's regime was financed by American banks. How about them apples?

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What edition of Webster's is

What edition of Webster's is that from? Or do you have your own dictionary in work?

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Upon reflection, I'm led to

Upon reflection, I'm led to ask whether pmcon is in fact a charter member of Antifa.

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The term Nazi is a German

The term Nazi is a German abbreviation of National Socialist.

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In response to Mel's query my

In response to Mel's query my copy is Webster's Unabridged Universal Dictionary, 2nd Edition first copyrighted in 1955. The actual entry is more lengthy but the condensed version is as I stated, private ownership of the means of production regulated by government.

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Your use of its definitions

Your use of its definitions always manages to omit the more worrisome, dictatorial aspects of things.

You need to be a bit more circumspect on your research. If this is the depth of your book's premises, no wonder you aren't being invited on the Today Show to plug it.

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What are the more dictatorial

What are the more dictatorial aspects I have omitted, or is it that you are now criticizing Webster for not following your dogma as well as myself?

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By Dinesh D'Souzas, are you

By Dinesh D'Souza, are you referring to the adulterous felon and disgraced academic who posted this classy tweet?

LOL, not even his dog likes him anymore. I'm surprised he hasn't suffocated from all the the fecal cheeto dust he's been inhaling lately.

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