G. Edward Griffin, interviewed by Christian Gomez, gives a short-course in political science leading to the awareness that Communism, Fascism, Nazism, Leftwing, Rightwing, and many other similar words cannot be defined to the satisfaction of all. That is because they are emotionally associated with good or bad depending on each person’s opinion of what the words mean. In this interview, Mr. Griffin explains that the reason for this difficulty is that all of these words, as they are manifest today, are merely different names for the same ideology called collectivism. The reason the world has steadily marched toward global tyranny for the past one-hundred years is that the political choices made available to the public have been between different variants of collectivism, and collectivism always progressed into full-blown tyranny. This is a short version of Political Science 101. 2021 January 24 – Source: John Birch Society
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