posted on Jan, 22 2005 @ 10:53 AM
I don't think we have to be hung up on specific analogies like "Bush is the new Hitler" or anything like that.
If Kerry had won, it would represent a somewhat different management team and a different outward style but the wider trends and agenda would be
essentially the same. If anyone has any doubts about that, take a close look at the short list that Kerry had lined up for his cabinet.
Bush's re-election allows a particularily violent and abusively in-your-face version of the agenda to go forward and that is disturbing but the big
wheels were/are in motion no matter who won.
The thought that a group so powerful and crafty as the crew calling the shots now would allow the distinction of rep vs dem to stand in their way
seems naive to me.
People seem to get hung up about labels such as Nazi, fascism, communism, etc. The bottom line is creeping totalitarianism, brutality, greed,
destruction, poverty, torture. Each incarnation has its own quirks but doesn't it amount to the same thing?
That was a pretty good list of material but it looks to me like we should include Eustace Mullins' book on the creation of the Federal Reserve (I
don't see that on your list).