Election 2016
Is Donald Trump a Fascist?

The short answer is “no,” but there’s plenty of room for discomfort.

Published on: March 7, 2016
Jeffrey Herf, distinguished university professor, University of Maryland, College Park. His publications on German history include The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda During World War II and the Holocaust. He has published extensively on the history of Nazi Germany. His book Undeclared Wars with Israel: East Germany and the West German Far Left, 1967–1989 is forthcoming from Cambridge University Press.
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  • Whocares_386

    Nigel Farage, Donald Trump these politicians have been raised because public has serious daily life situation. That problem is: radicalised Muslims. Europeans or Americans just don’t want to lose their open-minded culture and that’s why they just want to be alone. I think this is the main reason why right wing parties get more votes.

    That situation has been explained here:
    http://thinkandsay.net/new-wave-of-fascism/

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