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My FACEBOOK account was repeatedly frozen for posting the above image.

Now we know why. They actually are on the side of fascists. The Facebook official policies of allowing praise of Nazi Azov Battalion, and allowing “hate speech” and inciting violence against Russians is clear evidence of their pro-fascist leanings at Zuckerberg’s little fiefdom. Similarly, Google/Youtube has gone on a censorship rampage to support the fascist coup regime of Ukraine.

The Intercept:

Facebook Allows Praise of Neo-Nazi Ukrainian Battalion If It Fights Russian Invasion

Reuters:

Facebook owner defends policy on calls for violence that angered Russia

Understand that fascism quote. You’re living it. Understand that governments and corporations will team up to strip you of your rights, such as the right to free speech, and the right to body autonomy, and then to launch wars.

The war in Ukraine began in 2014. The Nazi junta deliberately murdered more than 9,000 civilians, plus thousands of separatist fighters. That was never a concern of Facebook, Google, Youtube, Joe Biden, or the US presstitute establishment.

The normalization of war propaganda and censorship of anti-war voices will be the death of millions–maybe billions.

P.S.

TWITTER also censoring Ukraine war reporting:

Twitter is censoring reporting on Ukrainian Nazis on the pretext of “abusive behavior”



What Is Fascism—And Why the Definition Matters

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Documents reveal Italian dictator got start in politics in 1917 with help of £100 weekly wage from MI5

101 years later the truth comes out. You can’t write this shit.

 

Recruited by MI5: the name’s Mussolini. Benito Mussolini

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How Journalists Covered the Rise of Mussolini and Hitler

First lady Melania Trump arrives back in Washington from Texas wearing "I Don't Care. Do U?" Jacket at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland

 

How stupid is America?

A brief (fascist) history of ‘I don’t care’

This was posted at “33 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True.”

BBC – Whitehouse Coup

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16. The Business Plot:

In 1933, group of wealthy businessmen that allegedly included the heads of Chase Bank, GM, Goodyear, Standard Oil, the DuPont family and Senator Prescott Bush tried to recruit Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler to lead a military coup against President FDR and install a fascist dictatorship in the United States. And yes, we’re talking about the same Prescott Bush who fathered one US President and grandfathered another one. Smedley Butler was both a patriot and a vocal FDR supporter.

Apparently none of these criminal masterminds noticed that their prospective point man had actively stumped for FDR in 1932. Smedley spilled the beans to a congressional committee in 1934. Everyone he accused of being a conspirator vehemently denied it, and none of them were brought up on criminal charges. Still, the House McCormack-Dickstein Committee did at least acknowledge the existence of the conspiracy, which ended up never getting past the initial planning stages.

Though many of the people who had allegedly backed the Business Plot also maintained financial ties with Nazi Germany up through America’s entry into World War II. In 1934, the Business Plot was publicly revealed by retired Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler testifying to the McCormack-Dickstein Congressional Committee. In his testimony, Butler claimed that a group of men had approached him as part of a plot to overthrow Roosevelt in a military coup. One of the alleged plotters, Gerald MacGuire, vehemently denied any such plot. In their final report, the Congressional committee supported Butler’s allegations of the existence of the plot, but no prosecutions or further investigations followed, and the matter was mostly forgotten.

On July 17, 1932, thousands of World War I veterans converged on Washington, D.C., set up tent camps, and demanded immediate payment of bonuses due them according to the Adjusted Service Certificate Law of 1924. This “Bonus Army” was led by Walter W. Waters, a former Army sergeant.

The Army was encouraged by an appearance from retired Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler, who had considerable influence over the veterans, being one of the most popular military figures of the time. A few days after Butler’s arrival, President Herbert Hoover ordered the marchers removed, and their camps were destroyed by US Army cavalry troops under the command of General Douglas MacArthur. Butler, although a self-described Republican, responded by supporting Roosevelt in that year’s election.

In a 1995 History Today article Clayton Cramer argued that the devastation of the Great Depression had caused many Americans to question the foundations of liberal democracy. “Many traditionalists, here and in Europe, toyed with the ideas of Fascism and National Socialism; many liberals dallied with Socialism and Communism.” Cramer argues that this explains why some American business leaders viewed fascism as a viable system to both preserve their interests and end the economic woes of the Depression.