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Submitted by myth (Germany), Jun 27, 2010 at 06:18

I took the time to read Sternberg's 20pages. Some questions are still open to me: 1) who are the left-fascist from a standpoint of sociology, which groups in existing society do they come from ? 2) what political interests do they represent in a practical sense meaning what is the benefit of an activity a month from now and for who ? 3) given that the US is the source-of-all-evil one expects to see a difference between the left in the US and the left in Europe. What about far-away Australia ? How do the left-fascists see Canada for that matter ?

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