"Anonymous": The Face of Liberal Fascism

“Liberal fascism” – a phrase coined by H. G. Wells, comes from a speech that H.G. Wells gave to the Young Liberals at Oxford in 1932. Wells had stated that he wanted to “assist in a kind of phoenix rebirth” of liberalism as an “enlightened Nazism.” Liberal fascism exists and “Anonymous” is one face of it. As philosopher George Carlin famously predicted:

“…when fascism comes to America, it will not be in brown and black shirts. It will not be with jackboots. It will be Nike sneakers and smiley shirts. Smiley-smiley.”

Anonymous, like fascism is undeniably a collectivist, leftwing phenomenon.

Jonah Goldberg, author of “Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left From Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning.” asserts that Liberal Fascism is different from fascism of the past because today’s left are pacifists rather than militarists, who plan to nanny, not to bully. He warns that this method can be just as politically hazardous:

“Simply because the nanny state wants to hug you doesn’t mean it’s not tyrannical when you don’t want to be hugged,” —Jonah Goldberg.

Consider that statement as you watch this Anonymous “HUG” Raid, in which they try to convert Scientologists away from their chosen religion with “FREE HUGS”:


(Biblicallly speaking, “Legion” was a host of demons who were cast into the bodies of PIGS)


Would YOU accept a hug from someone who stated an intention to destroy your religion? Personally, I’d fight tooth and claw against such an empty and misleading gesture….

Tom Newton

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