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VINE VOICEon 26 October 2015
For years we had unchallenged bigotry of the right in the UK, and all kinds of casual racism. Those things still sadly exist, including the growing demonization of the white working class as the conduits of all that is negative about the UK, according the PC liberal left.

Now, sadly, to add to that, we have the Liberal Fascists, who are just as prejudiced and intransigent as the racists and other kinds of bigots, only they are worse, because they claim to believe in equality and social justice and yet for all their talk, has anything changed??? Things have got worse, and certainly the economic divisions are the greatest they have ever been since the 1930s.

Liberal fascists some up most of the PC brigade, lock, stock and barrel...
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on 3 June 2009
Finally we know the truth about the close relations between (national)socialist and socialist.

Wonderful book, a must.
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on 22 November 2016
A very interesting account of how both fascist and communist ideologies are essentially the same and arise from the same impetus - that of intolerance of different opinions.
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on 12 April 2016
There is no doubt that all fascism and totalitarianism emanates from the Left in politics - if you doubt that statement get this book.
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on 5 July 2011
An interesting book, thought-provoking. Should be read alongside books by Christopher Lasch - Culture of Narcissism, Revolt of the Elites. It is self-evident that War has advanced State Power into every area of life. This book allows a good reflection on the European Union and the fascist tendencies of Jean Monnet simply by reviewing his life interwar. The Hegelian State has grown huge by making the 20th Century the Era of Total War - two hot ones plus a Cold one. The 21st Century is the "War on Terror" Era requiring everyone to be tagged and bar-coded. The stumbling, bumbling State makes serial Snafus but takes ever more power following each bungle.

Leviathan is rampant, Thomas Hobbes would be amazed we let it happen. Easy credit and Consumerism made people ripe for enslavement with commercial slogans in place of political Agitprop it seemed so easy to go with the Zeitgeist. The Great Banking Scam has given an opportunity to reflect. The Era that began with War as a means of resolving national disunity - a welcome distraction for the ruling elites in Germany, France and Britain facing rising Socialism and Syndicalism - destroyed at least 5 monarchies and mortgaged the British Empire to the USA. The contrived casus belli for Britain was "little Belgium" - the only issue on which the Cabinet could find unity - but it allowed Ludendorff to run Germany as a dictator; Lloyd George to have extraordinary powers through DORA, Lenin to seize power, and what I did not fully realise until reading this book was the extent to which Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House made the US a controlled society with the Volstead Act breeding corruption and encouraging popular subversion.

It is a very interesting book
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on 19 March 2013
I was in mind of Liberal Fascism before reading this book, which focuses on the USA. Here in the UK liberalism is more widespread and insidious. -harder to proscribe as Fascisit, but its there just the same. Multicultural fascism, green fascism, social fascism is prevalant in the UK in a similar blight, perhaps I should write about it. This book is in need of updating to the 21st century guilty partners: Bush, the current Left etc. UK readers may not be familiar with the guilty lefties in the USA.
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on 19 May 2016
A superb analysis of fascism and how similar, albeit more gentle, many aspects of modern day liberalism are to it.
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on 11 July 2009
This book seems hinged around tabloid-bred misnomers, unsurprising as he is effectively a tabloid journalist. The author comes to the shockingly obvious conclusion that national-socialism and socialism have the same word in them and therefore may share similarities and then writes a book based on that very fact. Yes the socialism refers to state-ownership, congratulations. But an ideology based on strict hierarchy and nationalism cannot be credibly equated to one based on equality and independence.

The point about liberal-led regulation often being disingenuous is fair enough, but again its blindingly obvious, as what is labelled liberal by the likes of goldberg these days (a Mary Whitehouse style love of censure and regulation)... isn't liberalism.

"The best government is that which governs least" are the words of a genuine liberal. Individual liberty and equality (genuine ideological equality, not a quantified diversity, which at best is a practice of due diligence) are the hallmark ideals of genuine liberalism. Note that if the first ideal is observed then the second cannot threaten your identity or culture.

anyway all this decrying of unnecessary regulation feels a bit empty coming from the editor of a pro-life magazine.
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on 22 August 2009
I only started reading this book a few days ago and can't put it down. As someone who gets very little time to read that is saying something. For those who are still trying to understand the mindset of the fascist left and its progress in the last century this book is what you need. Gobsmackingly informative, this book lifts stone after stone when it comes to the true nature and actions of the left, and their terrifying goals.
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on 2 February 2014
I do think Goldberg got to the issue of Liberal fascism and has exposed the left agenda for what it really is.
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