posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 08:00 AM
reply to post by zeddissad2
"Nationalism and patriotism are very strong in USA - just remember "freedom fries". US presidents in general are uncritically loved by many
Americans - it is not clear "cult of person", maybe cult of "office" or "leadership" is proper word. Modern eugenics as political movement was
born in USA and at least among elite is still entertained idea under many different labels. Corporate sphere and government grow into one (+ not
functioning unions + neo-liberal ideology which is prevalent even among working class).
Yes, there is two party system, but it is in fact one pro-corporate party. What about those endless imperial wars? What about propaganda in MSM? I can
see many pretty fascistic tendencies."
True that USA had much of fascist hallmarks in the past. There's a bunch of people who support an idea today too. But I see fascism as an ideology
where the whole community (not only elite but also working class, just not the defected ones like hard criminals for example) get rewarded for hard
work, not only a bunch of bankers. Mind you - ideology. Actually Hitler rejected the zionist bankers and see how things gone for him from that
moment. In 1933 zionists declared economic war against Germany, declared that there won't be Germany in the future and then bought Churchill and
Roosevelt. Churchill even acknowledged in one conference that Britain declared war by their own free will and it was not necessary to do so. But
that's off topic and debatable questions.
The same zionist bankers are ruling the world today. Rockfellers and other bunch of freaks. And they are as powerful as ever. Waging war against
Germany the World didn't realise the true enemy who lived on their own territory amongst themselves.