The United States Moves into Fascism


What is fascism? Many people will say it is an extreme right socialist movement that seeks control over a nation’s businesses and people. However, if you examine the political spectrums then you will see that communism and fascism are side by side on that bar with an extreme left side and an extreme right side. When you take that bar and bend it into a circle to make both ends meet, then fascism and communism are side by side. So, even though the left in this nation rules this nation with near impunity, they are not only close to the communist side of the bar, but they are close to the fascist side, too. It would not take much to turn a communist movement into a fascist movement.

Adolf Hitler did briefly attend communist party meetings in Germany. He realized though that he could not achieve his goals through them, because he could not rise to the top in that party; so he turned to the extreme right parties and successfully rose to the top. Thus, the communist party became a rival party that would threaten his goals of creating a socialist state in Germany with him as the leader. He became extremely anti-communist. Such a turn could happen today in the United States. The left controls our institutions and our government, but they will follow any socialist leader into fascism if that gives them more power over all of us.

What is happening in the United States, today that hints of fascism? Let me tell you what  the philosopher Imanaka Tsugimaro of Japan said when talking about the development of fascism in Japan in the 1930’s and beyond until the end of the war.

“…fascism aimed at revolution, a breaking out of the restraints of constitutional politics to something new and entirely different.”[1]

Does this sound familiar to you? President Obama and the Democrats have been waging a war against our Constitution to bring us something new and different.

“…defining culture as the culture of ethnic nations appealed to growing numbers of people, especially but not exclusively among the middle class, who turned to ethnic nationalism to address what existing political structures seemed incapable of resolving…”[2]

What do you think has been happening in recent months in the United States? Even though this passage speaks of the culture of ethnic nations, in the United States the liberals are separating Americans by culture so as to create a war between those cultures. Thus, the middle class according to fascist thinking will be composed of ethnic groups at odds with each other, and the political structures will not be able to find a solution to the problem. Thus, one party will rise to the top leaving it in total control after all the chaos that ensues, i.e. the party that supports the winning ethnic group. We all know which ethnic group the liberals are siding with in this culture war they have created hoping to destroy the white middle class and our Christian culture with which this nation was founded.

“Fascism arose as a recognition by middle-class people in these “fragile” capitalist countries that capitalist methods had failed them, and they were easily seduced by fascism’s promise of a “third way,” imaginitive (and thoroughly imagined) hoped for a social solution that would overcome capitalism itself.”[3]

All that you see going on is to get the middle class to believe that capitalism has failed them.  President Obama had this health care law passed to break this country’s economy. He and the Democrats always argue for raising taxes, because they know it is the route to destroy this nation’s economy. He wants the economy to collapse so his dream of a socialist state with him at the top can be achieved. When our economy collapses, then he presents this “third way” to the middle class who will be devastated by the next stock market crash.

“…fascism arose not as an ideology for, by, or of a state that was already supreme, but from an endangered middle class that turned to the state to shore up the fragile capitalist base of its own nation.”[4]

You can see it is the middle class that is the target to achieve a fascist state.

“Fascism, like communism was a revolutionary movement against capitalism, but it sought its revolutionary subject not in a class-bound entity like the proletariat, but in the mass-based subjectivity of monzoku (italic), or ethnic nationality.”[5]

Again, the way fascists gain power is to divide us according to our ethnicity. We see that going on today in the United States. In their eyes, only the proper ethnical group can win, and in the United States that is not the people who comprise the white middle class. Even though the majority of liberals who are in power are white, they do not consider themselves as part of the white middle class. They are simply what are left: they are the ruling class who has total control of our nation. Despite their words, they do not like black people, but simply use them as tools to achieve this state of total control over us all.

It is true that President Obama is black, so how can I say he does not like black people? The truth is he does not like the average person at all, regardless of race. This is all about him. He wants the power, and he wants to mold our society into this perverted view he has about how life should be for the masses. Let me stress that it is this Nebuchadnezzar spirit behind him driving his thoughts and emotions, but the end result is the same. The goal by this spirit is to destroy all Christianity from this country, and rid us of all our freedoms.

So, with the recent Supreme Court ruling once again supporting the unconstitutional Obama care law, we have moved one step closer to assuring our economy will collapse in the near future. This law will break the bank. With fewer and fewer people percentagewise in this country working, there is less money coming in to support all the money this government spends, and an ever increasing national debt whose bubble has to eventually burst. Such spending guarantees there has to be a day of reckoning. You know that if you were to spend beyond your means and continually increase your debt that a day of reckoning would occur: so why would you think such a day cannot come for the United States? After all, the dollar bill is just a note. It is not real money. It is backed up by nothing, and so printing more dollars means you are just increasing your debt and not fixing the problem.

This latest ruling by the Supreme Court simply affirms the prophecy I wrote in my book back in 2009. It says,

“Since you do not offer me that which I require, I am delivering the United States into the hands of the enemy. The enemy is like a train that cannot be stopped. Although you fight against the enemy in the political realm, it is as an empty gesture. I require true repentance from the heart to stop this enemy. He is mighty and merciless and my chosen one to tread you under his feet.”

We have not been able to stop Obama care from being implemented. We have not been able to stop Obama from ignoring the Constitution. Momentarily, there is a halt to his immigration dictate, but expect those efforts to stop it to eventually fail. My prophecy says our attempts to stop Obama’s agenda will not succeed. He has helped move this country into a totally immoral state with riots in the streets and decadence becoming acceptable with consequences that have to follow if we do not repent. The United States cannot be blessed by God despite what Kim Clement says. God has no part with all the decadence that reigns supreme in this country, today. He cannot bless that which is an abomination. Thus, a fascist state is where this nation is racing towards, and God is the only solution to stop it. Praying for God to stop it is not the solution. Repenting is what God requires us to do.

[1] Tansman, A. (2009). The culture of Japanese fascism (p. 35). Durham: Duke University Press.

[2] Tansman, A. (2009). The culture of Japanese fascism (p. 35). Durham: Duke University Press.

[3] Tansman, A. (2009). The culture of Japanese fascism (pp. 35-36). Durham: Duke University Press.

[4] Tansman, A. (2009). The culture of Japanese fascism (p. 36). Durham: Duke University Press.

[5] Tansman, A. (2009). The culture of Japanese fascism (p. 36). Durham: Duke University Press.

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