It’s Time We Called It What It Is: Fascism

Robert Freeman The epic thrash we’re witnessing is because the forces of capitalism, seeing a terminal economic crash approaching, are attempting to preemptively replace democracy with authoritarianism—fascism—so that…

Robert Freeman
The epic thrash we’re witnessing is because the forces of capitalism, seeing a terminal economic crash approaching, are attempting to preemptively replace democracy with authoritarianism—fascism—so that they can control the outcome.
People line up for groceries and gift cards given out by Neighbors in Need in the parking lot of the 7th Day Adventist Church in Lawrence, MA on Nov. 23, 2020. Food insecurity has grown in low-income communities during the coronavirus pandemic, and many food pantries and banks have had to serve more families. (Photo by Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

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