[APNFD Nr. 16] Pulitzer Winner Chris Hedges on the Danger of Proto-Fascism

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November 12, 2016 by Alfred

This is an Argentum Post News Flash Digest (APNFD Nr. 16)

The term  Protofascism refers to the direct predecessor ideologies that influenced and formed the basis of fascism. A prominent protofascist figure is Gabriele d’Annunzio, the Italian nationalist whose politics influenced Benito Mussolini and Italian Fascism.

The “Real News” (TRNN) is a nonprofit, viewer-supported daily video-news and documentary service. TRNN launched in 2007 by Paul Jay, who serves as the network’s CEO and senior editor. TRNN describes itself as a news source “focused on providing independent and uncompromising journalism.”

Broadcast by The Real News, this 11 minute video presentation is substantively loaded in that uncanny capacity for synthesis fashion which so highly distinguishes the scholarly  journalist Chris Hedges.

Chris Hedges publishes weekly on Truthdig, and has written 11 books.   His bio in Truthdig is fascinating and reveals a profoundly sincere and dedicated determination, courage, and talent to expose the truth for the sake of peace, justice, equality, and participative transparent governance.

With this succinct foreword the readers of the AP are invited to view this most recent video presentation by Chris Hedges as regards to the way forward after the election – by indirect vote,  something which is unacceptable in most of the world’s democracies – of Donald Trump.

The title of said Chris Hedges video is  “The Surrender of the Liberal Left to Neoliberalism Gave US Proto-Fascism

 

 

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