It’s obvious now that the far-left is fascist, no matter how much leftists try to deflect with projection on the pro-freedom right.
We call them the party of projection for a reason. The anti-liberty authoritarians of the fascist far left have no choice in the matter. They can’t admit the truth, and they certainly can’t change their socialist national agenda. So they are stuck with constantly trying to gaslight everyone as to who they are until they have gained enough control.
They keep lying and smearing others as fascists, or as members of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, even though these groups were clearly leftist.
Collectivists have been hurling those insults for years. We don’t know about you, but we’ve had enough of the projectional spewing of their ideological failings. If you’ve studied the liberty-deniers you know they are bluffing when they exploit those words, simply because they completely lack substance in backing them up.
Thus, we’re going to finish the debate the anti-liberty left foolishly choose to start. We’ve already listed numerous commonalities between the National Socialist German Workers’ Party in Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. However, since they thought demonizing the pro-freedom right with what they are doing now, we’re going to oblige them and show how they closely resemble “The Baddies.”
Lance Morrow, senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, eviscerated the usual narrative in an editorial from the Wall Street Journal entitled “The Left Gets Fascism Backward.”
Biden’s Democrats seek a one-party state. Trump’s followers want freedom from government power.
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If there are fascists in America these days, they are apt to be found among the tribes of the left. They are Mr. Biden and his people (including the lion’s share of the media), whose opinions have, since Jan. 6, 2021, hardened into absolute faith that any party or political belief system except their own is illegitimate—impermissible, inhuman, monstrous and (a nice touch) a threat to democracy.
The evolution of their overprivileged emotions — their sentimentality gone fanatic — has led them, in 2022, to embrace Mussolini’s formula: “All within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state.” Or against the party. (People forget, if they ever knew it, that both Hitler and Mussolini began as socialists).
The state and the Democratic Party must speak and act as one, suppressing all dissent. America must conform to the orthodoxy — to the Chinese finger-traps of diversity-or-else and open borders — and rejoice in mandatory drag shows and all such theater of “gender.” Meantime, their man in the White House invokes emergency powers to forgive student debt and their thinkers wonder whether the Constitution and the separation of powers are all they’re cracked up to be.
Read the rest of the editorial, as it shreds the nation’s socialist media’s Orwellian narrative that inverts reality. He makes the point that Mr. Trump and his followers are essentially antifascists, who want minimal government, while the anti-liberty leftists want maximum government.
It’s also relatively easy to destroy their interminable projection with a series of questions that compares the two sides, since this issue never seems to go away, even when their lies have become so obvious.
Which side wants to go all authoritarian, all the time?
Which side suppressed freedom of assembly and freedom of religion?
Which side wants unlimited government? (As opposed to limited government)
Which side wants people to be controlled? (As opposed to those who have no such desire.)
Which side is extensively exploiting the nation’s socialist media as its propaganda organ to gaslight the people in the tradition of Joseph Goebbels?
Which side makes up new definitions for fascism depending on the situation?
Which side is destroying the right to privacy?
Which side is openly talking about civil war if it doesn’t win?
Which side projected its “Reichstag moment” on the other?
Which side is weaponizing federal agencies (IRS, FBI, ATF, etc.) against its political opposition?
Which side mandated that people wear useless slave masks?
Which side wants to “break your will” over emissions?
Which side is trying to destroy the 2nd Amendment by taking firearms from innocent people with unconstitutional gun confiscation orders?
Which side is inflicting a process of punishment on innocent people?
Which side is applying a double-standard of justice?
Which side is demonizing and dehumanizing the other with pejoratives like “MAGA Republicans”?
Which side is trying to control what is shipped by private entities?
Which side is openly trying to gaslight the people, blaming President Trump for the violent crime taking place now?
If you answered the anti-liberty authoritarians of the fascist far left for all of them, you would be correct.
Forget about the fact that they keep on coming up with new definitions for fascism, depending on what we happen to be doing now. If we all walked around saying supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, they would say that’s a vestige of fascism.
Well, too bad for them that almost everything they are doing compares to the National Socialist German Workers’ Party. If the fascism fits, wear it.
Originally published on the American Thinker.
D Parker is an engineer, inventor, wordsmith, and student of history, the director of communications for a Bill of Rights organization, and a longtime contributor to conservative websites. Find him on Substack.
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