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Reader comment on item: There's a Name for Trump's Brand of Politics: Neo-fascism

Submitted by don (United States), Apr 7, 2016 at 19:41

I'm not surprised. And Trump didn't have to pull a Mussolini and go to Geneva to avoid military service during the Vietnam War in a fit of irrational existential fear. Apparently the boy just wasn't an oriental xenophile. While on his educational draft exemptions it would be nice to know if Trump was rooting for LBJ, Tricky Dick, or Uncle Ho, a French trained fascist from the left, while enjoying his chicken hawk status and missing out on Uncle Ho's "people's liberation war " like all the others from the New Left.

When it comes to neo fascists I see little difference between Trump, Barack, Sanders, Hillary and Bill or Ryan and Romney, who hung out in France during the Vietnam War enjoying his religious exemption. Fascists do like to rule with government mandates and regulations to better socialize the private corporate risks with other people's money and blood in defense of the nation--as long as those mandates and rules don't apply to them. And frankly, Rev. Al Sharpton is just a black version of David Duke, only Al gets to hang out in the White House to organize the president's race hustle defending black criminals that kill those black lives that allegedly matter.


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