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Obama Fascism

    The anchor's reaction to the word Fascism is typical. An emotional response. Fascio is an Italian word that means 'BUNDLE.' It is yet another collectivist ideology. It is the bundling of industry to eliminate the uncertainty of free market competition. (who fears change?)


    This was the driving force behind the New Deal, not spending. Massive spending was a tool to create inflation which would make prices rise and, in theory, wages. FDR and his 'brain trust' blamed competition just as the Fascists. They praised and envied the efficiency of Fascism.

    In the name of efficiency, FDR violated monopoly and anti-trust laws to 'BUNDLE' industries together. 'Regulations' were imposed to limit competition and control production in the name of stability.


    WW2 brought us out of the depression because FDR was forced to abandon his theory of regressive economic regulations and our economy was ALLOWED to function.
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Posted by meatball (3 years ago)
Hmm, I know anything against the new communist government is fought against by all media and its little hitmen/people. Did not see video on this post because it was pulled, but America reminds me of italy when our wonderful godfathers had more control, got to get those communists in charge, bill everything to the rest of hard working people. Everyone one pays double, triple, with communisim but their stories are so good everyone eats them up.
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Posted by Kato_Institute (5 years ago)


The reason the new york times wants to scrap anti-trust laws is because they want to be able to collude with other newspapers and set their ad prices. When you COMPETE you have to lower your price. Without COMPETITION you can maximize your revenues.

it is no different than FDR and Mussolini view on economics. it is fascism. plain and simple.
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Posted by Thomas_Talionis (5 years ago)


For a second i was thinking this comparison might be overblown. Today i just heard that the newspapers are asking the government to make them immune from anti-trust laws. You can't make this stuff up.
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Posted by JC_Ryle (5 years ago)
Thank you Dr Paul for educating the "journalist" Unfortunately you wasted your time, despite politely rephrasing to keep him from another hissy fit. Maybe another word you could define for him is CONCEIT,("A favorable and especially unduly high opinion of one's own abilities or worth.") clearly exhibited here when his behavior only served to confirmed his own significant educational shortcomings as he attempted to eschew his obvious wholesale sellout to the "messiah"
The underlying low self esteem, self-hatred, of liberalism ultimately manifests is a feigned "moral superiority." This allows such arguments as their "moral" position against "Gitmo" in the face of their wholesale support of abortion; including infanticide, absurd to the rational mind.

"Liberalism remains a mental disorder" ( -Dr. S.)
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Posted by Jingo_Fett (5 years ago)


At 1:17 listen to the guy cringe 'ooh' as Ron Paul says government spending prolonged the depression. Blasphemy. It's scary how many people are ruled by their emotions.

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Posted by Thomas_Talionis (5 years ago)


May I be so bold as to state that the ONLY reason Fascism was created was to oppose Free Market Capitalism. And I mean ONLY.
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Posted by Kato_Institute (5 years ago)


A quote from the architect of the New Deal, Rexford Tugwell on Fascism: "It’s the cleanest … most efficiently operating piece of social machinery I’ve ever seen. It makes me envious"

This is the same guy who seriously proposed rewriting our Constitution to make America a "Corporate-State." The name of the Fascist handbook is called . . . "The Corporate-State"

You can't make this stuff up. That is the meaning of Corporatism. In south america they are starting to call it Industrialism. It has nothing to do with Capitalism; quite the contrary. Fascism's primary reason for being is to eliminate the Free Market.

So there are many names for this collectivist ideology. The ideology remains. I disagree with it and I oppose it's practitioners, however they wish to repackage it.
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Posted by Amitabh_Bachchan (5 years ago)


We can call it Obamanomics and in 50 years it will be a 4 letter word.
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Posted by Mystery_Worker (5 years ago)


Perhaps, Kato, but like it or not the word Fascism has become a four letter word. What good is calling someone a Fascist if no one understands what it means?
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Posted by Kato_Institute (5 years ago)


Worker, it seems you too are guilty of having an EMOTIONAL response to the word. I give you this excerpt to ponder. (from Reason's site)

Roosevelt himself called Mussolini “admirable” and professed that he was “deeply impressed by what he has accomplished.”

The admiration was mutual. In a laudatory review of Roosevelt’s 1933 book Looking Forward, Mussolini wrote, “Reminiscent of Fascism is the principle that the state no longer leaves the economy to its own devices.…Without question, the mood accompanying this sea change resembles that of Fascism.” The chief Nazi newspaper, Volkischer Beobachter, repeatedly praised “Roosevelt’s adoption of National Socialist strains of thought in his economic and social policies” and “the development toward an authoritarian state” based on the “demand that collective good be put before individual self-interest.”

The examples are plentiful and just as damning. I encourage everyone to research them.



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