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    America's Fascist Coup Owes to Bush's Nazi Grandfather

    http://www.infowars.com/articles/bush/fasc...father_wolf.htm

    Author Naomi Wolf, who made headlines earlier this year after she identified the ten steps to fascism that were being followed to a tee by the Bush administration, spoke publicly for the first time yesterday about the origins of what we see unfolding today, Prescott Bush's attempt to launch a Nazi coup in 1930's America.

    Speaking on the Alex Jones Show, Wolf said that she was first alerted to begin researching America's slide into fascism when her friend, the daughter of a Holocaust survivor, warned her that the same events that laid the foundations for the rise of the Third Reich in early 1930's Germany, when it was still a Parliamentary democracy, were being mirrored in modern-day America.

    For the first time publicly, Wolf traced the origins of contemporary developments back to President Bush's Nazi grandfather, Prescott Bush, and his plan to launch a fascist coup in the 1930's.

    "There was a scheme in the 30's and Prescott Bush was one of the leaders of this scheme, an industrialist who admired fascism and thought that was a good idea - to have a coup in the United States along the lines of the coup they saw taking place in Italy and Germany," said Wolf, referring to the testimony of Marine Corps Maj.-Gen. Smedley Butler, who was approached by a wealthy and secretive group of industrialists and bankers, including Prescott Bush - the current President's grandfather, who asked him to command a 500,000 strong rogue army of veterans that would help stage a coup to topple then President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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    Wow ... the pot calling the kettle black in this thread.
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    Naomi Wolf a Fascist? Interesting...
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    Naomi Wolf -- who, on a side note, is kinda hot -- wrote about 10 parallels... From what she's seeing today, and what has existed in any fascist coup...

    While Italian medievalist, philosopher and literary critic Umberto Eco provides 14 tenets of what makes fascism... anyone who's read it would find it hard to deny that our current culture and foreign/domestic policy matches almost all of them... as well as Naomi's...

    investigative journalist and former CIA recruit Michael Ruppert is known to have said on stage: "the Third Reich did not lose World War II, it just changed venues."

    I don't fully agree with that statement, but I do believe we are drifting towards fascism. How did the man himself, Moussolini, describe it? The "perfect merging of the corporation with the state."
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