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A barbarian thrives on raping and pillaging, on despoilment of society and the environment, with the intention of making the world more of a mess than it is already in. A barbarian is an uncivilized or uncultured person, from the Latin and Ancient Greek terms originally applied to any foreigner. In idiomatic or figurative usage, the term 'barbarian' may also be an individual who is brutal, cruel, warlike, insensitive.

“Anyone can be a barbarian; it requires a terrible effort to remain a civilized man.”
— Leonard Sidney Woolf [1880-1969]

“Barbarism is the natural state of mankind. Civilization is unnatural. It is a whim of circumstance.
And barbarism must always ultimately triumph.” (in "Beyond The Black River")
Robert E. Howard [1906-36], creator of Conan The Cimmerian

Barbarian topic at Wikipedia

Fascism is a radical, authoritarian nationalist political ideology. Neo-fascism usually includes nationalism,
anti-immigration policies, or - where relevant - nativism, anti-communism, and opposition to the parliamentary
system and to liberal democracy.

“Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger
of state and corporate power.” — Benito Mussolini [1883-1945]

“The liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people tolerate the growth of private power to a point
where it becomes stronger than their democratic state itself. That, in its essence, is fascism - ownership
of government by an individual, by a group.” — Franklin D. Roosevelt [1882-1945]

“Stay alert: The Republicans and the fascists lost the election in 2008, but they did not surrender.” — G.E. Nordell, in 2009

“Fascism is capitalism in decay.” — Vladimir Ilyich Lenin [1870-1924]

“Fascism is capitalism plus murder.” — Upton Sinclair [1878-1968], in "Presidential Agent" [1944 novel]

“Fascism: The conservative notion that killing people makes them work harder.” — Anonymous

“Privatization is fascism, period.” — G.E. Nordell

“Statism survives by looting; a free country survives by production.” — Ayn Rand [1905-82]

“Experience demands that man is the only animal which devours his own kind, for I can apply no milder term
to the general prey of the rich on the poor.” — Thomas Jefferson [1743-1826]

Trump [is] a fascist. Not in the sense of an all-purpose bad guy, but in the sense of somebody who sincerely believes
that the toxic combination of strong government and strong corporations should run the nation and the world.”
~~ columnist Michael Kinsley

Fascism Portal at Wikipedia

Barbarian / Fascist Organizations Section
A.L.E.C. • • Bain Capital • • Halliburton

Barbarian / Fascist Individuals Section
Koch Brothers • • Rupert Murdoch

books about fascism • • links


the 'fasces' is a bundle of rods in combination with a war axe    Illustration of the principle of 'fasces': the bundle of rods tied together with the war axe was carried by civic magistrates in Ancient Roman times. The rods were used to mete out punishment unless the axe was needed to execute the criminal. The premise used by fascism is that the individual rods are easy to break (as are individual persons) but unified and with the threat of severe punishment from the state, the group then becomes mighty.

"12 Warning Signs of Fascism" document online at Tennessee Technological University



To start off with, these people are NOT barbarians.

William Henry 'Bill' Gates III of Microsoft, Inc.

energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens [b. 1928]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T._Boone_Pickens
http://www.boonepickens.com
http://www.pickensplan.com
https://www.bpcap.net/welcome.asp

Robert Redford and his Sundance Companies

the three founders of Samuel Adams Beer

George Soros

listed on TIME Magazine 100, May 2014  hedge fund founder Tom Steyer
his political organization NextGen Climate Action

Lynn Tilton

Ted Turner of cable television & buffalo ranching

Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Inc.
and his wife, Priscilla Chan Zuckerberg

see also Working Minds Philosophy's Progressivism Page


Barbarian / Fascist Organizations in the U.S.A.



A.L.E.C. (American Legislative Exchange Council) [est. 1973]
official websiteWikipedia

Corporate backers include AT&T, Bayer, ExxonMobil, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, and U.P.S.; due to activist pressure
Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Coca-Cola, Intuit, Kraft Foods, Mars Candy, McDonald's, PepsiCo, and Wendy's Hamburgers quit in April 2012;
Amazon Inc., Apple Inc., Proctor & Gamble, and Wal-Mart, Inc. quit in May 2012; in August, six more corporations dumped A.L.E.C.:
General Electric, Western Union, Sprint Nextel, Symantec, Reckitt Benckiser Group (a British consumer goods conglomerate), and Entergy;
and by October, the companies Sanofi, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, and Medco had quit.

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates stopped financially supporting A.L.E.C. in 2012; Microsoft, Inc. dropped its membership in A.L.E.C. in August 2014.
At some point, International Paper, Occidental Petroleum, Yahoo!, and Yelp quit, while A.O.L., eBay, and Expedia remain members.

It took until September 2014 for Google, Inc. chairman Eric Schmidt to declare that their controversial decision to fund A.L.E.C. was 'a mistake';
he said that A.L.E.C. is spreading lies about global warming and 'making the world a much worse place'.
Facebook, Inc. announced in late September that its membership will not be renewed in 2015.

Speakers at A.L.E.C.’s 2016 conference included former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, now the Secretary of Energy, and future U.S. Vice President Mike Pence.

Speakers at A.L.E.C.’s closed-door July 2017 conference in Denver included former Montana congressman, now Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke,
former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, and Anti-Education Secretary Betsy Prince DeVos.

logo for C.M.D.'s ALEC Exposed information website
A.L.E.C. Exposed website [launched 7/2011] by The Center for Media and Democracy [est. 1993]

The United States of A.L.E.C. news program from Bill Moyers  "United States of A.L.E.C." [Public Affairs TV Sept & Nov 2012]
60-minute episode of the "Moyers & Company" TV show broadcast in September 2012 and again in November 2012; began independent theatrical release in January 2013
Written, produced & hosted by Bill Moyers • DVD/Blu-ray not yet available
episode credits at IMDbofficial episode homepageofficial movie site
watch complete episode [52:47] free online at Vimeo
The United States of A.L.E.C. news program from Bill Moyers  "United States of A.L.E.C.: A Follow-Up" [Public Affairs TV June 2013]
60-minute episode of the "Moyers & Company" TV show broadcast in June 2013
Written, produced & hosted by Bill Moyers • DVD/Blu-ray not yet available
episode credits at IMDb
watch complete episode [56:46] free online at Vimeo


Alpha Natural Resources [est. 2002]
which now owns Massey Energy Company [1920-2011]

'Prosecute Massey for Manslaughter' website [est. 4/2010]



AMAC: The Association of Mature American Citizens [est. 2007] - America Is Rising!



pro-Trump super P.A.C. America First Action [est. 2017]



America Strong benefits-driven membership group
America Strong [est. 2007]
Displays a simple red-white-and-blue look, but with board member Newt Gingrich and spokesperson Sean Vannity and radio ads on the Limp Rushbaugh program, it can't be good for America. Launched in September 2013 and based in Atlanta, Georgia. AmericaStrong's Facebook page describes them as a 'benefits-driven membership group' and so far has over 17,000 Likes. AmericaStrong's Shared Values list includes limited government, unregulated capitalism, strong national defense, lower taxes, unregulated pollution, and promotion of the agendas of insurance companies, bankers (reverse mortgages), fossil-fuel energy companies, privatized & online education – a watered-down selection of the Same Old Right Wing Recipe For Disaster. Their officers are nowhere visible, the anti-Obama agenda is very much visible.
official website • no entry on Wikipedia (12/2013)



Americans For Prosperity [est. 2004]
Funded by both David Koch & Philip Anschutz as a libertarian 'think tank', but in practice operates as a front group for TEA Party distortions; appeared in New Mexico in mid-2012 with bus tours that did not generate the expected grassroots attendance; shut down in New Mexico by end of 2013.
official websiteWikipedia



Arch Coal, Inc. [est. 1969]
Number two U.S. coal producer has 16 percent of the market (after Peabody Energy with 17.7%). After major news stories about Arch Coal's practice
of mining by mountaintop removal and leaving behind a sterile environment in West Virginia, in November 2012 the U.S. Forest Service still approved
the bulldozing of roads for 48 natural gas drilling pads (using fracking?) inside the Sunset Roadless Area and next to the West Elk Wilderness in Colorado.
official websiteWikipedia



Areva Corp. of France [est. 2001]
multinational mining and nuclear energy conglomerate; based in Paris, France
Areva violates Eurozone pollution regulations by releasing radioactive waste water into the British-French Channel near Le Havre –
and yet is a member of the Nuclear Waste Partnership that will manage U.S. nuclear waste in Idaho and-or southeast New Mexico.
official websiteWikipedia



The Atlas Society
Their annual Atlas Summit in late June is a gathering of false 'pro-freedom' academics and lobbyists, co-sponsored by Fox News and the N.R.A.
official websiteWikipedia
Jennifer Anju Grossman, new CEO of The Atlas Society in March 2017

the 2012 program of speakers included fascist Congressman Allen West [GOP-FL22], author Donald Luskin, convicted
criminal Gregory Reyes, traitor Grover Norquist, Fox News alarmist John Stossel, and Enron apologist Robert L. Bradley, Jr.

the 2016 program of speakers in Las Vegas, Nevada included pseudo-Objectivist Dr. David Kelley, T.E.A. Party leader Matt Kibbe,
Senator Rand Paul, Fox News judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano, and conservative wingnut Dinesh D'Souza

the 2017 program of speakers in Las Vegas, Nevada included John Aglialoro ('Atlas Shrugged' movies) & wife Joan Carter; Jim Caruso (Flying Dog Brewery); Peter Copses (Apollo Global Management); Egyptian journalist Cynthia Farahat; Ivette Fernandez (The LIBRE Institute); John Fund (National Review); pseudo-Objectivist Dr. David Kelley; T.E.A. Party leader Matt Kibbe; Charlie Kirk (Turning Point USA); campaign consultant Remso W. Martinez; Stephen Moore (The Heritage Foundation); Nicole Sanders (Atlas Society Student Programs); cartoonist Brett R. Smith; blogger George H. Smith; libertarian TV pundit John Stossel; Wolf von Laer (Students For Liberty); and Heather Wagenhals (Unlock Your Wealth Foundation)


Bain Capital Ventures [est. 1984]
Mitt Romney joined the Bain & Company management firm in 1977; Bain Capital was spun off in 1984
"King of Bain" [video 28:07] on YouTube
G.S.T. Steel of Kansas City, Missouri [video 6:07]
Broken Promises: Romney's Massachusetts Record [video 4:18]
Romney Economics: Job Loss and Bankruptcy At Ampad (in 1994) [video 5:46]

'Bain of Our Existence' weblog from Campaign for America's Future

Bain liquidated Key Airlines in 1984-85 by unlawfully suppressing the pilots' union.

Bain Capital made $34 million, 34 times its 1986 investment, in mobile medical equipment manufacturer Calumet Coach. (Calumet was purchased
in 2001 by A.K. Specialty Vehicles, which is now part of Oshkosh Specialty Vehicles. {ticker: OSK}.

Bain Capital brokered a merger for Stage Stores in 1988, knowing that the Milken junk bonds were bogus;
Bain's $10M investment gave $175M profit by 1997; Stage Stores filed bankruptcy in 2000. {ticker: SSI}

Bain Capital purchased the Damon International medical lab in 1989; company went public in 1991, then was sold to Corning in 1993. Romney hired Joseph Isola as Damon's president & CEO in January 1990; Isola pled nolo contendere in July 2000 to federal charges of conspiracy to defraud Medicare. Romney has said at various times that: he knew nothing of the investigation; that he stopped the illegal practices; that he was the whistleblower to the Feds; and-or that he stopped the activity without notifying authorities. Multiple-choice reality?

Bain Capital made $55 million, 16 times its 1990 investment, from the Gartner Group {now Gartner, Inc.}.

In 1991, Bain Capital's Bank of New England investment was failing so CEO Mitt Romney got the F.D.I.C. to agree to a $10M write-off (while Bain execs collected fat bonuses).

In 1992, Bain Capital purchased Duane Reade, a chain of family-owned New York City pharmacies. In 1996, Bain Capital hired Anthony Cuti to serve as Duane Reade's CEO, and shortly thereafter sold the chain to another buyout firm. The company was twice fined for selling expired non-prescription drugs, baby formula, and other products. A new owner in 2005 quickly fired Cuti, who was sentenced in August 2011 to three years in prison for falsely inflating Duane Reade's income and misleading investors.
The Walgreens chain bought Duane Reade for $623 million in April 2010.

Bain Capital took over Ampad (American Pad & Paper) for $5M in 1992; laid off 200 union workers in 1994 and hired them back at reduced wages; the union struck, Bain closed the plant, and then walked away with $100M in profits.

In 1993, Bain Capital purchased the G.S. Industries steel plant in Kansas City, Missouri for $8.3M; in 1994, G.S.I. borrowed $125M to pay off debt and modernize and to pay Bain Capital execs $36M; G.S.I. went bankrupt and the plant closed; the P.B.G.C. (Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation) government agency covered $44M in G.S.I. pension losses in August 2005.

Bain Capital (initial investment $30M) and Goldman Sachs bought Baxter International in 1994 and renamed it Dade International; Dade bought a chemical division from Dupont in 1996 and Behring Diagnotics in 1997; failing to get a decent buyout offer in 1999, Dade management took out loans to buy out half the stockholders (the Bain half) with $242 million to Bain and $121 million to Goldman Sachs and $55 million to top Dade executives, for a total payout of $420 million; in all, the company racked up $1.5B in debt; Bain took $100M in fees and $242M in profits; Dade filed bankruptcy in 2002, 1700 U.S. workers lost their jobs; Dade was sold in 2007 to German conglomerate Siemens for $7B.

In 1998, Domino's Pizza co-founder & sole owner Tom Monaghan sold 93 percent of the company to Bain Capital for $1.1B; Bain added $1.5B in debt, and took away five times their investment. The pizza company is thriving, but has assets of only $425M and long-term debt of $1.57B, which computes to $23.64 negative book value per share.

In 2006, Bain Capital formed Sensata Technologies in Freeport, Illinois to develop, manufacture & market sensors and controls for major auto manufacturers such as Ford and General Motors. Despite rising profits, the company has plans to shut down the factory in November; American workers were made to train their Chinese replacements, who were flown to Illinois by the company. The American workers being outsourced at Sensata have tried for months to meet with candidate Mitt Romney, many even traveling to Florida for the Republican Party's convention, to ask Romney to show up in Illinois and help save their jobs. No help from Romney, nor even a reply. The latest move by the workers is to camp outside the Sensata factory for a very visible protest toward keeping these jobs in the U.S.A., including blocking the trucks that arrive to haul the equipment to China.

To what degree the attention on Bain Capitol helped defeat the Romney-Ryan ticket in 2012 is subject to conjecture; in any case, Mitt Romney lost
all of his various home states, and Paul Ryan did not even carry his home town of Janesville, Wisconsin.


The Blackstone Group [est. 1985, IPO 2007]
Founded in 1985 by Peter G. Peterson and Stephen A. Schwarzman after they left Lehman Brothers, Kuhn, Loeb, Inc.; public stock since IPO in 2007; manages more than $210 billion in assets. Blackstone owns part or all of the Hilton Hotel chain, Southern Cross Healthcare, Houghton Mifflin publishing, the Weather Channel, Sea World, arts & crafts chain Michael’s, Orangina, and dozens of other companies. Lately agressively expanding into ownership of single-family rental homes, and is the largest seller of derivitives in that field – which is approaching 'bubble' status, and could be the source of the next financial crash. Current institutional owners include many companies recently implicated in the recent mortgage derivitives crisis: Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, U.B.S., Bank of America,
Goldman Sachs, and JPMorganChase.
official websiteWikipedia


Blackwater Worldwide
[est. 1997 by Erik Prince; renamed Xe Services, LLC in 2009; sold to private investors in 2010;
renamed Academi in 2011; merged into Constellis Holdings in 2014]
Erik Prince was listed among the Top Thirty Dirtbags of the One Percent in 2011

Blackwater / Mercenary Army book by Jeremy Scahill  "Blackwater: The Rise of The World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army" [2007] by Jeremy Scahill
Nation Books 8¼x5½ pb [5/2008] for $12.21
Nation Books 9x6 hardcover [2/2007] for $17.79
"Blackwater: El Auge del Ejercito Mercenario Mas Poderoso del Mundo" [2009]
Haymarket Books 8¾x6 pb [9/2008] for $15.60


The Business Roundtable
Founded in 1972 as response to the growing public hostility against giant corporations and the public's demand for regulation of their excesses. The group has recently worked for the steady dilution of shareholder access to the boardroom, advocated skyrocketing CEO compensation, and supported networks of corporate control that influence the economy, politics, and major media. The 2016 Executive Committee includes CEOs from: Accenture Services; American Electric Power; American Express; AT&T, Inc.; Ball Corp.; Bank of America; The Boeing Company; CH2M Hill Engineering; Cummins, Inc.; C.V.S. Health; Dow Chemical; Eastman Chemical; E.Y./Ernst & Young; General Electric; Honeywell International, Inc.; I.B.M. Corp.; JPMorgan Chase; Lockheed Martin; Mastercard, Inc.; Motorola; Northrup Grumman; Stryker Corp.; and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.; seats on the board were formerly held by Caesars Entertainment Corp.; Caterpillar, Inc.; Eaton Corp.; ExxonMobil Corp.; The McGraw-Hill Companies; Procter & Gamble; State Farm Insurance; and Xerox •
current members lead companies with a total of $7.2B in revenue (against gross national product of $16.9B in 2016).
official websiteentry at Wikipedia

The California Business Roundtable
The California Business Roundtable [] seems not to be as nasty as the national organization, but are opposed to most of the same progressive solutions. Members displayed on the website include: Anthem Blue Cross; Automobile Club of Southern California; Bain & Company; Blackstone Group; Chevron; C.J. Segerstrom & Sons; Comcast; Dart Container Corp.; D.L.A. Piper; Eli Lilly; Enterprise Rent-a-Car; Farmers Insurance; Granite Construction, Inc.; Health Net, Inc.; Kaiser Permanente; K.B. Home; Majestic Realty Co.; McKinsey & Co.; Safeway, Inc.; Sempra Energy; Sidley Austin LLP; State Farm Insurance; Sutter Health; Tesoro Petroleum; Union Bank; Union Pacific Railroad; Valero Energy; and Wells Fargo Bank & Co.
official website • no entry at Wikipedia


C.A.D.C.A. = Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America
The pretense is 'education' about prescription drugs while opposing medical or recreational marijuana; funded by major manufacturers
of opioid painkillers: Abbott Labs, Alkermas, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer & Purdue Pharma (Oxycontin).


        
Caterpillar, Inc. [est. 1925]
Aside from Caterpillar management's giving themselves raises and cutting union members' wages and outsourcing jobs overseas and to 'right-to-low-wages'
states, the latest anti-American behavior is Caterpillar's stashing overseas profits in a paper subsidiary in Switzerland to avoid paying $2.4 billion
in U.S. taxes between 2000 & 2012. In early March 2017, federal agents served search warrants at Caterpillar offices in Peoria, East Peoria, and Morton, Illinois
specifically looking for documents on their dealings in Switzerland.
Caterpillar, Inc. official websiteCat Products North America official websiteentry at Wikipedia


Chevron
"We get all [the Chevron refinery's] pollution not only in the air but they pollute our elections too."
— Gayle McLaughlin, then-Mayor of Richmond, California


Citigroup

Elizabeth Warren's 'Enough Is Enough!' Senate speech asking to break up Citibank on Friday evening 12 December 2014 - watch at YouTube [9:43]


Clean and Safe Energy Coalition [est. 2006]
Funded by P/R giant Hill & Knowlton for the Nuclear Energy Institute; principals are
Patrick Moore & Christine Todd Whitman


The Democratic Party
The leaders of the Democratic party play the game, accepting campaign contribution money (i.e. bribes) from any and all lobbyists and covert funding groups;
the only reason that this website can support any of their candidates is that the Republican Party is ten times worse.


The U.S. Federal Reserve System


The Federalist Society [est. 1982]
official websiteWikipedia

 book by Michael Avery & Danielle McLaughlin  "The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took The Law
Back From Liberals" [2013]
by Michael Avery & Danielle McLaughlin

Kindle Edition from Vanderbilt Univ Press [6/2013] for $10.09
Vanderbilt Univ Press 10x7¼ hardcover [4/2013] for $25.37


F.M.C. Corporation
Founded in 1883; name changed to Food Machinery & Chemical Corporation in 1943; as-of 2008, F.M.C. had
created 87 Superfund pollution cleanup sites and had received at least 33 E.P.A. enforcement citations.


Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity [est. 2009]
Supposedly a 'news' agency; however, 95% of their funding comes from anti-science philanthropy Donors Trust,
whose top contributors are the ubiquitous Koch Brothers.
official websiteentry at Wikipedia


F.R.E.E = Foundation for Research on Economics & the Environment [est. 1985] of Montana
receive funding from Heartland, Exxon-Mobil, John Deere, and the Federalist Society
official websiteentry at Wikipedia


logo for Freedom Partners [est. 2011] of Houston, Texas & Dubai, UAE]
Freedom Partners [est. Nov 2011]
Freedom Partners is organized like a chamber of commerce, with members paying $100,000 annual dues; a majority of board members are long time employees of the Koch Brothers. In 2012, Freedom Partners made a grant of $115 million to the Center to Protect Patient Rights. In March 2015, Freedom Partners announced a six-figure digital advertising campaign based at new website eximexposed.org; Freedom Partners's purpose is to criticize The Export-Import Bank of the United States
(Ex-Im Bank) [est. 1934], which Freedom Partners claims is 'a haven for cronyism and corporate welfare', and shut it down.
Freedom Partners: official websiteentry at Wikipedia
Ex-Im Bank: official websiteentry at Wikipedia


Goldman Sachs


logo for unethical Halliburton Corp. [est. 1919] of Houston, Texas & Dubai, UAE]
Halliburton [est. 1919]
Halliburton division Kellogg-Brown & Root [spun off 2007] committed war-profiteering during the Iraq War
Halliburton division Dresser Industries [purchased 1998] was a major cause of the B.P. Gulf Coast Megaspill of 2010.

Halliburton Watch
Halliburton Employees' Federal Credit Union

Legend of Halliburton book by Jeffrey L. Rodengen  "The Legend of Halliburton" [1997]
by Jeffrey L. Rodengen, Foreword by Dick Cheney

Since the Foreword is by pre-veep Cheney, the natural conclusion is that
this book is biased toward Halliburton being wonderful and without flaws.

Write Stuff Enterprises 14x9½ hardcover [4/97] out of print/used
Halliburton Agenda  "The Halliburton Agenda: The Politics of Oil & Money" [2004]
by Dan Briody

Wiley & Sons 8½x5½ pb [12/2005] for $13.22
Wiley & Sons 9x6 hardcover [5/2004] for $24.95
Halliburton's Army book by Pratap Chatterjee  "Halliburton's Army: How A Well-Connected Texas Oil Company
Revolutionized The Way America Makes War" [2009]
by Pratap Chatterjee

Nation Books 8¼x5½ pb [3/2010] for $13.22
Nation Books bargain price 9¼x6½ hardcover [2/2009] for $10.78


The Heritage Foundation [est. 1973] of Washington, DC
former U.S. Senator & TEA-bagger zealot Jim DeMint [2005-2012 SC-GOP] hired as president 1/2013


John Birch Society


J.P. Morgan Chase
"J.P. Morgan Chase [is} America's biggest bank and a crime syndicate that apparently is too big to jail."
activist Jim Hightower (2014)


The Ku Klux Klan or K.K.K. [est. 1865]
Founded 24 December 1865 as a private club in Pulaski, Tennessee by several veterans of the Army of the Confedracy.
watch the "Ku Klux Klan 2014: White Murders" documentary [44:23] from History Channel


Liberty Fund [est. 1960]
official websiteentry at Wikipedia


Mafia / Cosa Nostra / 'The Mob' / Organized Crime


Manhattan Institute for Policy Research [est. 1978] in New York City
Funded by Koch, Scaife, Bradley & Olin foundations, and other fascist organizations; holds annual Alexander Hamilton Award Dinner
in May - the 2014 honorees were Jeb Bush & Wisconsin TEA Party Congressman Paul Ryan.
official websiteentry at Wikipedia


mercenary services companies

Constellis Group [est. 2003] of Herndon, Virginia
Founded as Triple Canopy in 2003; purchased Clayton Consultants in 2007; purchased Blackwater/Academi in 2014.
official websiteentry at Wikipedia
Blackwater/Xe {see above}
Clayton Consultants, Inc.
Tidewater Global Services
Triple Canopy [est. 2003] of Herndon, Virginia

DynCorp International [est. 1946] of Falls Church, Virginia
CACI {'khaki'} International, Inc. [est. 1962] of Abu Ghraib, Iraq & Arlington, Virginia
Titan Corporation/L3 Communications [est. 1981] of Abu Ghraib, Iraq & New York City


Merrill Lynch


Monsanto Company, Inc. [est. 1901]


National Endowment for Democracy [est. 1983]
"Fascist corporatism at its slick best": organization uses federal money to promote revolution and wars and
friendly dictators and 'free trade' in foreign countries, while covertly coördinating with the C.I.A.
official websiteentry at Wikipedia


National Federation of Independent Business [est. 1943]
official websiteentry at Wikipedia


National Restaurant Association [] - 'The other N.R.A.'

National Rifle Association []


National Retail Federation [est. 1911]
opposes increasing the minimum wage; members include Wal-Mart, Inc.
official website'This Is Retail' subsiteentry at Wikipedia


News Corp. / Fox News [est. 1996]


Peabody Energy


Project for A New American Century


The Republican Party


Salomon Brothers


The Scientology pseudo-religion [est. 1953]


outsider anti-logo for State Policy Network 'dark money' non-profit
State Policy Network [est. 1992]
Umbrella organization for 59 non-profit right-wing 'think tank' organizations and 32 associate organizations. Funded by grants from several
conservative foundations, and in turn provides grants and training and policy advice (anti-tax, anti-labor, anti-regulation) for members;
Koch Brothers money and other such funding are given directly to the members.
official websiteentry at Wikipedia


The Tax Foundation [est. 1937]
partly funded by Koch Brothers entities; reports considered 'not reliable' and 'deliberate fraud'
official websiteentry at Wikipedia


The Third Way [est. 2005]
official websiteentry at Wikipedia

This so-called 'think tank' delivers opinions intended to cause the Democratic Party to move to the right. For example, in an Op-Ed piece in the Wall Street Journal in December 2013, they harangued the Democrats for not advocating destruction of Social Security & Medicare, saying that the Dems are losing votes by not being centrist; however, all recent polls have only 12% wanting to reduce or eliminate Social Security – so this outfit reveals their agenda, which is to advise leftists how best to lose elections. Third Way's website lists 29 trustees: eighteen are investment bankers (62%), five are CEOs, two are lobbyists, two are activists, two are 'other'.
opinion article of 2 December 2013 by Jonathan Cowan & Jim Kessler


Tucson, Arizona Unified School District
for their apartheid-driven banning in January 2012 of fifty books that make up the Xicano/Ethnic Studies curriculum

A listing of those books 'Banned in Tucson' are coded on
Spirit of America Bookstore's America's Ethnic Authors Page.


logo for false Unite Against Fascism pressure group
Unite Against Fascism [est. 2003]
Very much pro-fascism, actually; British founders consider labour and socialism the enemy, official policy is to promote Islam and
anti-semitism, and reps have appeared on Russian TV praising Putin as the only world leader standing against fascism.
official websiteentry at Wikipedia


The U.S. Chamber of Commerce [est. 1912]
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce spends more money on political campaigning than the Republican and Democratic
National Committees combined, and it spends more money on lobbying than the next five biggest lobbyists combined.
official websiteentry at Wikipedia

Shut The Chamber! End Corporate Pollution. End the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Starting in late 2013, the U.S. Chamber began spending more millions on a 'voter education' program, advertising in state & local & national elections, half a year
before the primaries. The ads are against reasonable Republican candidates {women have rights, immigrants have rights} and for TEA Party loonies
{destroy Obamacare & Medicare, privatize everything, 'coal is clean', cut taxes for the 1%}.


The U.S. Supreme Court

Chief Justice John Roberts, appointed 2005
should be impeached for violating his oath of office

Justice Samuel Alito, appointed 2006
should be impeached for violating his oath of office

Justice Antonin Scalia, appointed 1986, died 2016

Justice Clarence Thomas, appointed 1991
should be impeached for violating his oath of office
and for not recusing himself (his wife is a paid lobbyist for the TEA Party)

Spirit of America Bookstore / U.S. Politics Page / Constitution & The Courts Section

Working Minds / Activism / Supreme Court Page


Boycott Wal-Mart !!
. . . also known as 'WongMart'


Wall Street


Wisconsin Club for Growth
funds fascist Franklin Center; head Eric O'Keefe is longtime ally of The Koch Brothers
official website • no entry at Wikipedia


Barbarian / Fascist Individuals in the U.S.A.


Following the rise of the 'We Are The 99%' Occupy Movement in late 2011, documentary filmmaker Robert Greenwald
and his team at Brave New Films set up a website to have We The People vote on the worst of the One Percent.
Greenwald culled the 5,000 suggestions down to the Top 30 Dirtbags, and the second round of voting took place over
Thanksgiving Weekend 2011. Brave New Films then began constructing short films outlining the crimes of the Top Ten Dirtbags.

The Top Thirty Dirtbags of the One Percent are:
Richard Anderson (CEO of Delta Airlines), Don Blankenship (killer of coal miners), Lloyd Blankfein (CEO of Goldman Sachs), Joseph Cassano (former CFO of A.I.G.), traitor & war profiteer Dick Cheney, Michigan politician Richard DeVos Jr., Jamie Dimon (CEO of JPMorgan Chase), Hugh Grant (chair/pres/CEO of Monsanto), Damon Hininger (pres/CEO of Corrections Corp. of America), Jeffrey Immelt (chair/CEO of General Electric), §Congressman Darrell Issa, §Phil Knight (chairman of Nike), TEA Party funders §Charles & David Koch, §Rush Limbaugh (blatherskite), James McNerney (CEO of Boeing), Brian Moynihan (pres/CEO of Bank of America), Angelo Mozilo (disgraced chair/CEO of Countrywide Financial), Rupert Murdoch (CEO of News Corp.), hedge fund manager John Paulson, George Paz (healthcare CEO), §Peter G. Peterson (co-founder Blackstone Group), §Art Pope (North Carolina despot), §Erik Prince (founder of Blackwater Xe), Wall Street politician Robert Rubin, Ivan Seidenberg (chair/CEO of Verizon), hedge fund manager Paul Singer, Wall Street politician Larry Summers, Rex Tillerson (chair/pres/CEO of Exxon Mobil), §real estate tycoon Donald Trump, and Rob Walton (chairman of Wal-Mart)
§ symbol indicates listing below or above also

The one-minute 'One Percent' videos are now up on their site {click here} via YouTube.


Blithering Idiots Dept.
These right-wing clowns are/were actually paid lots of money for their irrational anti-American propaganda.

Michelle Bachman

Neil 'The Bore' Boortz

blogger Andrew Breitbarf [1969-2012]

Ann 'The Man' Coulter

Glenn Dreck

Roger Hedgekook

Bill O'Reilly and his 'No Spine Zone'

Sarah Palin

drug-addled fat-boy Limp Rushbaugh
Stop Rush {dot} net - online listing of sponsors to boycott and-or complain to
listed among the Top Thirty Dirtbags of the One Percent in 2011

'flush Rush' campaign (yellow & black)         'flush Rush' campaign (red. white & blue)

Dr. Laura 'N-word' Schlessinger

Michael Sewage

Twacy R. Twyman

Sean Vannity


casino owner Sheldon Adelson


Roger Ailes
1989 book "You Are The Message"


billionaire Philip Anschutz of Denver, Colorado
Anschutz Corp, [est. 1958] based in Denver, Colorado
Anschutz Entertainment Group [est. ?] owns/controls/operates many stadiums & teams, is based in Los Angeles

funds right-wing Foundation For A Better Life
funds David Koch's Americans For Prosperity group
funds right-wing A.L.E.C. (American Legislative Exchange Council) above
owned S.F. Examiner newspaper
owns D.C. Examiner newspaper
owns The Oklahoman newspaper
owns the conservative magazine The Weekly Standard
largest shareholder of Regal Entertainment Group
owns Walden Media, which makes propaganda feature films disguised as dramatic/family films


John D. Arnold
employee trader dubbed 'King of Natural Gas' at Enron Corp. (which collapsed in 2002)
founder & chairman [2002-2012] at Centaurus Energy Advisors [est. 2002] of Houston, Texas

The Laura and John Arnold Foundation [est. 2012]
which funds anti-pension programs on WNET for PBS


Maricopa County [Arizona] Sheriff Joe Arpaio
elected Sheriff, in office from January 1993 to December 2016, when he was deposed by the voters



strategist Lee Atwater [1951-91]



Adam Bellow
Broadside Books (an imprint of HarperCollins)



corrupt Federal Judge Dee V. Benson of Utah



autocrat Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Inc.



Stephen K. Bannon
investment banker, 1990-98; media mogul, 1990-2017 including board member at Breitbart News, 2007-16; campaign manager for Donald Trump, 7/2016-1/2017
White House Chief Strategist & Senior Counselor to the President [apptd 2/2017]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Bannon

"Generation Zero" docufilm [2010]

Occupy Unmasked propaganda film  "Occupy Unmasked" [indep Spring 2012]
"The film’s effect [is that of] sense-rape, meant to disarm critical faculties." ~~ journalist Rick Perlstein
Pack of lies from Breitbart & Bannon, known for their staged entrapment of Acorn and other atrocities.
Written & directed by Stephen K. Bannon; featuring Andrew Breitbart, David Horowitz, Lee Stranahan & Brandon Darby, with out-of-context archive footage of Saul Alinsky, Roseanne Barr, Joy Behar, Medea Benjamin (Code Pink), Wolf Blitzer, John Boehner, gangster Al Capone, Fidel Castro, Anderson Cooper, Angela Davis, Jim DeMint, Lisa Fithian (Occupy Wall Street), Janeane Garofalo, Rudy Giuliani, Whoopi Goldberg, Ernesto 'Che' Guevara, Malcolm Harris, Jimmy Hoffa Jr., Van Jones, Kalle Lasn, Natasha Lennard (NY Times writer), Rachel Maddow, Bill Maher, Chris Matthews, Mitch McConnell, Huey P. Newton, gangster Frank Nitti, Richard Nixon, Keith Olbermann, Sarah Palin, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Paul Ryan, Bernie Sanders, Bob Schieffer (CBS News), Eliot Spitzer, Joseph Stalin, journalist Matt Taibbi, Jim Wallace, Cornel West
Magnolia Home Ent. widescreen color DVD [9/2012] for $9.99
credits at IMDbofficial movie sitemovie entry at Wikipedia


Warren Buffett
who is partners with Charlie Munger in the Berkshire-Hathaway mega-corporation

Working Minds Essay #106 [November 2013]: "Warren Buffett Is Now A Bad Guy"


George H.W. Bush

George Dubya Bush

traitor & war profiteer Dick Cheney

traitor & 'evil genius' Karl Rove


ex-Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke
in trouble for treatment of prisoners & citizens and for plagiarism in college; withdrew from possible appointment to Homeland Security Dept. in June 2017; resigned his job
as Milwaukee Sheriff in August; announced in September taking a new job as spokesman and ‘senior adviser’ for the pro-Trump super PAC America First Action.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Clarke_(sheriff)


Douglas Coe and The Fellowship
officially called The International Foundation, sometimes The Family of Friends, or 'The Family'
Doug Coe entry at Wikipedia
The Fellowship [est. 1935] entry at Wikipedia
article by Peter J. Boyer in New Yorker Magazine, September 2010

The Family / Secret American Power book by Jeff Sharlet  "The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism At The Heart of American
Power" [2008] by Jeff Sharlet

Harper Perennial 8x5¼ pb [6/2009] for $10.87
Harper 9x6 hardcover [5/2008] for $17.13
book entry at Wikipedia
C Street Fundamentalist Threat book by Jeff Sharlet  "C Street: The Fundamentalist Threat To American Democracy" [2010]
by Jeff Sharlet

Little, Brown 9½x6½ hardcover [9/2010] for $16.19



Dinesh D’Souza
TEA Party wingnut D’Souza got caught on several campaign finance law violations, has pleaded guilty,
and is expected to do jail time. (5/2014)

Obama's America 2012 book by Dinesh D'Souza  "Obama's America: Unmaking The American Dream" [2012]
by Dinesh D'Souza

"Why We Can't Afford Four More Years Under Barack Obama" - more of D'Souza's typical right-wing propaganda screed: false premises backed by no factual evidence whatsoever
Kindle Edition from Regnery Publng [8/2012] for $9.99
Regnery Publng 9x6¼ hardcover [8/2012] for $16.77



Michael & Susan Dell



white supremicist John Derbyshire



anti-environmentalist Paul K. Driessen



the Fanjul family of Palm Beach, Florida
they control one-third of the nation's raw sugar



Foster Friess of Wyoming



lobbyist Phil Gramm



hedge fund manager Ken Griffin
donated half a million dollars to Rahm Emanuel in Chicago mayor race in 2015



Reed Hastings, head of Netflix
supports right-wing education 'reform'


millionaire John Huntsman
Utah millionaire & one-time GOP candidate to run for President

daughter Abby Huntsman
co-host of MSNBC's "The Cycle" who lies about Social Security & other topics


Darrel 'Grand Theft Auto' Issa {pron. 'eye-sa'}
listed among the Top Thirty Dirtbags of the One Percent in 2011
The 2013 flap about I.R.S. auditors was manufactured & initiated by Congressman Issa; he got caught for lying {again} in June,
so he switched back to the bogus Benghazi State Department witch hunt.


billionaire Phil Knight
head of Nike, moved jobs overseas; 23rd-richest American, now worth $23 billion;
actively working for passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Treaty
listed among the Top Thirty Dirtbags of the One Percent in 2011


The Koch Brothers
fascist political demagogues Charles G. Koch & David H. Koch & William I. 'Bill' Koch

William Koch gave $3M for anti-Obama TV ads in 2012; David & Charles raised $400M for the 2012 campaign
(Fourth brother Frederick R. Koch is more involved in arts & civic matters in New York City.)
Charles & David Koch were listed among the Top Thirty Dirtbags of the One Percent in 2011

'Koch Facts & Frequently Asked Questions' website
Stop The Koch Brothers - Fight Citizens United

Spirit of America Bookstore's Koch Brothers Page
Spirit of America / Koch Brothers Page / Political Funding Section

“The fundamental purpose of the Kochs’ [political] spending is to rig the economic system for their benefit.” — New York Times, 2014

Koch Brothers Exposed 2014 docufilm by Robert Greenwald  "Koch Brothers Exposed 2014" video [Brave New Films April 2014]
Co-produced & directed by Robert Greenwald; featuring Charles & David & Bill Koch
DVDs available with donation via Brave New Foundation with free s/h
same credits at IMDb as 2012official websitewatch official trailer [2:00] on YouTube
early flyer for 'Citizen Koch' documentary film  2014 poster for 'Citizen Koch' documentary film   "Citizen Koch: A Film About Money, Power & Democracy" [indep June 2014]
Funding from Kickstarter; examines political issues in Wisconsin, featuring the millions of dollars contributed by Koch Brothers dark money groups
Co-produced, co-written & co-directed by Carl Deal & Tia Lessin
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available
full credits at IMDbofficial movie siteentry at Wikipedia
watch official trailer [2:25] at Vimeo
Company Town documentary about pollution by Koch's Georgia-Pacific Chemical plant in Arkansas  "Company Town" [First Run Features Sept 2017]  
Families in Crossett, Arkansas have what they call 'door to door' cancer; they say that the air and the water and the soil are contaminated and that the source is the Georgia-Pacific Chemical plant north of town, which is owned by Koch Industries • Co-produced, co-written & co-directed by Natalie Kottke & Erica Sardarian; featuring David Bouie, Cheryl Slavant & Wilma Subra
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available • full credits at IMDbofficial movie website
watch 5/2016 official trailer [2:09] online at YouTube



deceitful Chris LaCivita of Virginia

Swift Boat Veterans for Truth propaganda group [2004]

head of Virginia branch of N.R.S.C. (National Republican Senatorial Committee)
in April 2012, bought $5.5 million of media time in Virginia for ads attacking Democratic candidate Tim Kaine



Ken Langone



Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche, Jr.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyndon_LaRouche

"An American Fuhrer: Lyndon Larouche and the Politics of Paranoia" [St. Martin's Press 1995] by Paul Roberts ISBN 0312021615\
"Lyndon LaRouche: A Study in Political Extremism" [George Mason University, 1996] by Carol Riggs
"Lyndon LaRouche: Fascism Restyled for the New Millennium" [Red Letter Press, 2003] by Helen Gilbert ISBN 978-0-932323-21-7



hedge fund CEO Robert Mercer of Long Island, NY
Mercer's company Renaissance Technologies [est. 1982] has been using sophisticated financial maneuvers to lower the amount that its investors paid in taxes to the Internal Revenue Service – totalling more than $6 billion over 14 years. Mercer is the third-most generous Republican donor in the 2014 mid-term election cycle, cutting checks for a total of $37 million in the past six years, supporting pro-life candidates and those who deny man-made global warming. Mercer is behind secret dark money funding to remove Congressman Peter de Fazio and Senator Jeff Merkley, both Oregon Democrats. Mercer recently had a $2 million HO-gauge train layout built in the basement of his mansion in Long Island, New York, then filed suit that the builder overcharged him.
company websiteWikipedia

The reclusive Mercer is the source of the secret dark money that quickly backed TEA-bagger U.S. Senator Ted Cruz's 2016 campaign for the White House.


Rupert Murdoch
who owns News Corp. and the Fox empire
News Corp. owns Wireless Generation, a for-profit online education, software & testing corporation

The Man Who Owns The News Rupert Murdoch biography by Michael Wolff  
"The Man Who Owns The News: Inside The Secret World of Rupert Murdoch" [2008] by Michael Wolff
Kindle Edition from Random House Digital [2008 edition] for $11.99
Broadway Books 8x5¼ pb [5/2010] for $13.68
Broadway Books 9¼x6¼ hardcover [12/2008] out of print/150+ used

Announced 9/2012: A new biographical film called "The News of The World" about 81-year-old billionaire
Rupert Murdoch, funded by Screen Australia and written by Bob Ellis & Stephen Ramsay; the feature film will be
followed by a 14-part miniseries • latest info at IMDb


anti-tax lobbyist Grover Norquist


senile former rock star Ted Nugent
called the Obama administration "vile", "evil", and "America-hating" (news reports 4/2012) – when in fact that is all true
about hate-monger Nugent; he got so wacko foul-mouthed in 2013 that the Secret Service is watching him closely.


Jerry Perenchio


Silicon Valley billionaire Tom Perkins
his letter published in the Wall Street Journal in January 2014 compared attacks on the Oligarchs/One Percent
by progressives to the Nazi pogroms against the Jews in Germany, specifically Kristallnacht
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Perkins_(businessman)

"Valley Boy: The Education of Tom Perkins" memoir [Nov 2007] ISBN 1-59-240313-1
"Mine's Bigger: The Extraordinary Tale of The World's Greatest Sailboat and The Silicon Valley
Tycoon Who Built It" [2007] by David A. Kaplan ISBN 978-0-06-137402-9


Texas multi-millionaire Bob J. Perry [1932-2013]
longtime funder of the Swift-Boaters; biggest contributor to Gov. Rick Perry


Texas Governor Rick Perry
people who know him say that he is even dumber than George 'Dubya' Bush

“Rick Perry puts the 'goober' back in gubernatorial.” — progressive activist Jim Hightower


deficit scaremonger Peter G. Peterson [b.1926]
listed among the Top Thirty Dirtbags of the One Percent in 2011

chair/CEO of Bell & Howell, 1963-71
U.S. Secretary of Commerce, February 1972 – February, 1973
chair/CEO of Lehman Brothers, 1973-84
co-founded the private equity firm Blackstone Group in 1985; sold off most of his shares for $1.8B in the June 2007 IPO
established The Peter G. Peterson Foundation in 2008 with a $1 billion endowment
secretly funds 'Fix The Debt' which is Simpson-Bowles fakery

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_George_Peterson


right-wing political despot
James Arthur 'Art' Pope of North Carolina

listed among the Top Thirty Dirtbags of the One Percent in 2011

Variety Wholesalers [est. 1930]
John W. Pope Civitas Institute [est. 2007] in Raleigh, NC
John Locke Foundation [est. circa 1989]
Civitas Action []
John W. Pope Center For Higher Education Policy [est. 2003]


Lewis F. Powell, Jr. [1907-98]
U.S. Supreme Court Justice, 1972-87
Wikipedia
Just before being nominated for the Supreme Court, he delivered the infamous and very secret Powell Memorandum
to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that outlined long-term strategies for expansion of corporate privilege
by the Chamber and by other neo-conservative organizations.


Trevor Rees-Jones of Texas


Willard Mitt Romney
"King of Bain: When Mitt Romney Came To Town"
"The Mutt Romney Blues" song by Ry Cooder {YouTube video}

The Democrats' 'Romney Tax Plan' website is hilarious!


evil genius & hired mudslinger Karl Rove


Wall Street tycoon Charles R. 'Chuck' Schwab
spent millions on propaganda ads during the 2012 election cycle
entry at Wikipediaeponymous brokerage [est. 1963, bought all stock 1972]


Carlos Slim Helú of Mexico
http://www.carlosslim.com/


Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal
funds the SeaSteading Institute


Donald Trump
( Is Donald Trump necessary? )
listed among the Top Thirty Dirtbags of the One Percent in 2011

Donald J. Trump Page at Spirit of America Bookstore
Emperor Donald J. Trump Page at Spirit of America Bookstore  1/2017


Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
Republican Walker survived the June 2012 recall election by spending $30M in mostly out-of-state
contributions for a 53% to 46% win; he was re-elected in 2014.
Scott Walker Investigation & John Doe Scandals

"The Governor's Story" book


The Walton Clan

Boycott Wal-Mart !!
Wal-Mart, Inc. Page at Spirit of America Bookstore


Jack Welch


vulture capitalist Sam Zell of Chicago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Zell

Deal From Hell / Great American Newspapers book by James O'Shea  "The Deal From Hell: How Moguls and Wall Street Plundered Great American Newspapers" [2011] by James O'Shea
The Tribune Company conglomerate of Chicago merged with Times Mirror of Los Angeles in June 2000, doubling the company's size. Chicago investor Sam Zell bought out the company in April 2007 for $8.4 billion. But by December 2008, the company filed bankruptcy. Former Chicago Tribune managing editor O'Shea reports on the behind-the-scenes meetings and dealings that helped destroy the newspaper industry in America.
Kindle Edition from PublicAffairs [8/2012] for $9.99
PublicAffairs 8¼x5½ pb [8/2012] out of print/used
PublicAffairs 9½x6¼ hardcover [6/2011] for $20.89


             

Books About Fascism
search for books on keyword 'fascism' (returns 8,800 titles) at Amazon

Doctrine of Fascism essay by Benito Mussolini  "The Doctrine of Fascism" essay [1932] by Benito Mussolini [1883-1945]
"La Dottrina del Fascismo" is an essay written by Giovanni Gentile, but credited to Benito Mussolini; first published in the Enciclopedia Italiana of 1932 (pages 847-884) as the beginning section of a lengthy entry on 'Fascismo', which includes numerous photographs and graphic images
72-page Kindle Edition from Amazon Digital Services [2/2014] for 99¢
86-page Free Thought Books 9x6 pb [11/2015] for $6.88
48-page Haole Library 8x5 pb [5/2015] for $5.88
28-page Zhingoora Books/CreateSpace 8x5 pb [8/2012] for $6.00

It Can't Happen Here novel & stageplay by Upton Sinclair  "It Can't Happen Here" [June 1935 novel, 1936 stageplay]
by Upton Sinclair [1878-1968]

"Not only [Lewis's] most important book but one of the most important books
ever produced in this country." — The New Yorker Magazine

Kindle Edition from Signet/Penguin [1/2014] for $9.99
Signet Classic mass pb [3/2005] for $8.99
N.A.L. Trade 8x5½ pb [10/2005] for $10.03
Signet Classics mass pb [12/93] out of print/many used
Signet mass pb [10/70] out of print/used
Doubleday, Doran & Co. 7x4 hardcover [6/1935] out of print/used
AMS/Collier 8x5½ hardcover [6/1935] out of print/used
book entry at Wikipediafree etext online at Gutenberg Project Australia
Fascism and Big Business book by Daniel Guerin  
"Fascism and Big Business" [orig 1936, rev 1965 & 1973]
by Daniel Guerin, Translated by Francis & Mason Merrill

Pathfinder Press 8x5¼ pb [2000] for $25.00
Pathfinder Press 8¾x5¾ hardcover [6/73] out of print/used
The Wave of The Future book by Anne Morrow Lindbergh  Anne Spencer Morrow Lindbergh [1906-2001], wife of aviator Charles Lindbergh [1902‑74], wrote a book about the inevitable triumph of fascism that went into seven printings, but also nearly destroyed her career. Details are sparse on the internet,
but that book was probably "The Wave of The Future: A Confession of Faith" [1940]

Harcourt, Brace & Co. 7½x4¾ hardcover [1940] out of print/used
Harcourt, Brace & Co. hardcover [1940] out of print/used
Fascism, What It Is and How to Fight It pamphlet by Leon Trotsky  "Fascism: What It Is and How To Fight It: A Compilation" pamphlet [1944, rev 1969]
by Leon Trotsky [1879-1940]

46-page Pathfinder Press 8½x5½ pb [12/93] for $7.00
online text is available on the Marxists Internet Archive [est. 1990]
Mass Psychology of Fascism 1946 book by Wilhelm Reich, MD  "The Mass Psychology of Fascism" [1946]
by Wilhelm Reich, MD [1897-1957], Newly Translated by Vincent R. Carfagno

Kindle Edition from FS&G/Macmillan [7/2013] for $10.99
Farrar, Straus & Giroux 8x5½ pb [11/80] for $19.05
original translation by Theodore P. Wolfe, MD
Orgone Institute Press hardcover [1946] out of print/used
Struggle Against Fascism in Germany book by Leon Trotsky  "The Struggle Against Fascism In Germany" [1970]
by Leon Trotsky, Introduction by Ernest Mandel

Pathfinder Press 8½x5¼ pb [1971] for $30.71
Pathfinder Press hardcover [6/70] out of print/used
Mussolini & Fascism, The View from America book by John Patrick Diggins  "Mussolini and Fascism: The View From America" [1972]
by John P. Diggins

Princeton Univ Press 9x6 pb [4/72] out of print/used
Princeton Univ Press 9x6¼ hardcover [4/72] out of print/used
Friendly Fascism, The New Face of Power in America book by Bertram Gross  "Friendly Fascism: The New Face of Power In America" [1980]
by social scientist Bertram Gross [1912-97]

1996 book review by Dale Wharton from Eclectica Magazine
South End Press 9x6 pb [7/99] out of print/used
M. Evans & Co. 9x6 hardcover [6/80] out of print/used
Fascism Comparison & Definition book by Stanley G. Payne  "Fascism: Comparison and Definition" [1980]
by Stanley G. Payne

Kindle Edition from Univ Wisconsin Press [1980 edition] for $10.69
Univ Wisconsin Press 8¼x5½ pb [3/83] for $18.95
Univ Wisconsin Press 8¾x5¾ hardcover [9/80] out of print/used
Leadership Secrets of Attila The Hun book by Wess Roberts  "Leadership Secrets of Attila The Hun" [1989 N.Y. Times bestseller]
by Wess Roberts, PhD

Business Plus 8x5 pb [2/90] for $10.97
Grand Central Publng 8½x5¾ hardcover [3/89] for $25.73
Hachette Audio UNABR audio CD [10/2009] for $15.58
author's official homepage: Attila's Camp
Barbarians to Bureaucrats, Corporate Life Cycle Strategies book by Lawrence M. Miller  "Barbarians To Bureaucrats: Corporate Life Cycle Strategies" [1989]
by Lawrence M. Miller

Ballantine Books 9x6 pb [1/90] for $12.00
Clarkson Potter 9x6¼ hardcover [4/89] out of print/used
Victory Secrets of Attila The Hun book by Wess Roberts  "Victory Secrets of Attila The Hun" [1992 national bestseller]
by Wess Roberts, PhD

Dell 7¾x5¼ pb [2/94] for $11.56
Doubleday 8¼x5½ hardcover [12/92] out of print/used
author's official homepage: Attila's Camp
Oxford Readers Series Fascism book edited by Roger Griffin  "Fascism (Oxford Readers Series)" [1995]
Edited by Roger Griffin

Oxford Univ Press 8½x5½ pb [9/95] for $44.95
History of Fascism book by Stanley G. Payne  "A History of Fascism, 1914-1945" [1995]
by Stanley G. Payne

Kindle Edition from Univ Wisconsin Press [1995 edition] for $11.99
Univ Wisconsin Press 9x6 pb [1995] for $26.56
Univ Wisconsin Press 9½x6½ hardcover [1995] out of print/used
Intelligent Person's Guide to Fascism book by Richard Griffiths  "An Intelligent Person's Guide To Fascism" [2001]
by Richard Griffiths

Duckworth Publrs 9½x6½ hardcover [5/2001] for $27.00
Fascism Very Short Introduction book by Kevin Passmore  "Fascism: A Very Short Introduction" [2002] by Kevin Passmore
Kindle Edition from Oxford Paperbacks [2002 edition] for $6.15
Oxford Univ Press mass pb [8/2002] out of print/40+ used
Confronting Fascism / Militant Movement book from Chicago Anti-Racist Action  "Confronting Fascism: Discussion Documents For A Militant Movement" [2002]
Essays by Don Hamerquist, J. Sakai, 'Xtn' of Chicago ARA, and Mark Salotte

"Understanding the relationship of fascism, the State, left reformism, and what it means to be revolutionary are priorities in a world where it seems increasingly true that those who do not advance will have to retreat."
Kindle Edition from Kersplebedeb Publng [12/2013] for $4.95
Anti-Racist Action 8¼x5¼ pb [9/2002] for $24.95
Refined Behavior Manual For Barbarians book by Glenn Lucas  "Refined Behavior: A Manual For Barbarians" [2003]
by Glenn Lucas {Mizencole Nut}

The book shows how to tame the barbarian in you, very practical advice
written with sharp humor.
iUniverse 9x6 pb [10/2003] for $12.95
Anatomy of Fascism book by Robert O. Paxton  "The Anatomy of Fascism" [2004]
by Robert O. Paxton

Kindle Edition from Vintage [12/2007] for $11.99
Vintage 8x5 pb [3/2005] for $10.66
Knopf 9½x6½ hardcover [3/2004] out of print/many used
Fascism book by Richard Griffiths  "Fascism" [2005] by Richard Griffiths
Continuum Compact 7½x5 pb [6/2005] for $17.95
Continuum 7½x5 pb [10/2006] out of print/used
Facing Fascism  "Facing Fascism: The Threat To American Democracy In The 21st Century"
[2006] by Jerry Sorlucco

AuthorHouse 9x5¾ pb [8/2006] for $17.99
AuthorHouse 9x6 hardcover [8/2006] for $28.45
World Fascism Historical Encyclopedia in two volumes by Cyprian Blamires  "World Fascism: A Historical Encyclopedia" [2006]
by Cyprian P. Blamires

ABC-CLIO 2-volume 5th edition 11x8½ hardcover [9/2006] for $175.75
American Fascists Christian Right book by Chris Hedges  "American Fascists: The Christian Right & The War On America" [2007]
by Chris Hedges

Free Press 8¾x5¾ hardcover [1/2007] for $14.99
Empires of Oil / Barbarian Worlds book by Duncan Clarke  "Empires of Oil: Corporate Oil In Barbarian Worlds" [2007]
by Duncan Clarke

Profile Books 8½x5½ hardcover [9/2007] for $23.82
Mussolini and the Rise of Fascism book by Donald Sassoon  "Mussolini and The Rise of Fascism" [2008]
by Donald Sassoon

Kindle Edition from HarperPress [9/2012] for $6.99
HarperCollins UK 8x5½ hardcover [1/2008] out of print/used
Culture of Japanese Fascism book edited by Alan Tansman  "The Culture of Japanese Fascism" [2009]
Edited by Alan Tansman

Duke Univ Press 9x6 pb [3/2009] for $19.96
Duke Univ Press 9¼x6¼ hardcover [3/2009] for $99.95
Fascism - Why Not Here? book by Brian Fogarty  "Fascism: Why Not Here?" [2009]
by Brian E. Fogarty

Kindle Edition from Potomac Books [10/2009] for $16.17
Potomac Books 9¼x6½ hardcover [10/2009] for $21.60
Barbarians of Wealth book by Sandy Franks & Sara Nunnally  "Barbarians of Wealth: Protecting Yourself From Today's Financial Attilas" [2010]
by Sandy Franks & Sara Nunnally

Wiley & Sons 9x6¼ hardcover [12/2010] for $17.21
Barbarians of Oil book by Sandy Franks & Sara Nunnally  "Barbarians of Oil: How Oil Industries Are Destroying Prosperity and Three Investments To Protect Your Wealth" [2011]
by Sandy Franks

Wiley & Sons 9¼x6½ hardcover [7/2011] for $6.62
Fascism versus Capitalism book by Lew Rockwell  "Fascism versus Capitalism" [2013] by Llewellyn H. 'Lew' Rockwell, Jr.
Book included here as a WARNING: anarcho-libertarian Rockwell says that free-marlet capitalism is the antidote to fascism, then cites anarcho-capitalist economist Murray Rothbard [1926-95] and fascist Republican politician Ron Paul as heroes.
Kindle Edition from Ludwig von Mises Institute [11/2013] for $4.58
Ludwig von Mises Institute 9x6 pb [11/2013] for $12.48
Introducing Fascism Graphic Guide book by Stuart Hood & Litza Jansz  "Introducing Fascism: A Graphic Guide" [2013]
by Stuart Hood, Illustrated by Litza Jansz

Kindle Edition from Icon Books [9/2015] for $6.29
Icon Books mass pb [11/2013] for $9.95
The Money Makers / Roosevelt and Keynes book by Eric Rauchway  "The Money Makers: How Roosevelt and Keynes Ended The Depression, Defeated Fascism, and Secured A Prosperous Peace" [2015] by Eric Rauchway
Kindle Edition from Basic Books/Hachette [10/2015] for $16.99
Basic Books 9¼x6 hardcover [10/2015] for $22.74
see also the Franklin Delano Roosevelt [1882-1945] Page at Spirit of America
see also the John Maynard Keynes [1883-1946] Page at Maison d'Être Philosophy Bookstore
see also the 'The Great Depression' Page at Spirit of America Bookstore


Two Movies So Far . . .

"It Happened Here" [Lopert Pictures May 1966]
'It Happened Here' feature film by Kevin Brownlow & Andrew Mollo  
DVD cover for 'It Happened Here' feature film by Kevin Brownlow   'How It Happened Here' book by Kevin Brownlow  
In 1940, the Nazis invade Britain and transform it into a fascist state where some Britons collaborate and others resist; filmed over six years in Wales and in Dorset, Middlesex, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire & London in England • Co-produced, co-written & co-directed by Kevin Brownlow & Andrew Mollo; starring Pauline Murray & Sebastian Shaw
Milestone Cinematheque b&w DVD [2/2000] for $20.46
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"How It Happened Here" book [1968]
by Kevin Brownlow, Introduction by David Robinson

The story of how the film got made; contains almost 100 pictures, mostly stills from the film
Kindle Edition from U.K.A. Press [4/2017] for $3.71
U.K.A. Press 8½x5½ pb [3/2007] for $18.65
Secker & Warburg, US pb [1968] out of print/used
Secker & Warburg, UK pb [1968] out of print/used

"America: From Freedom To Fascism" [independent Sept 2006]
America Freedom To Fascism movie poster directed by Aaron Russo  Documentary covering a range of issues: income taxes, the Federal Reserve,
federal identification, police brutality, erosion of civil liberties – and a solution:
civil disobediance
• Produced, written & directed by Aaron Russo [1943-2007]
Cinema Libre color DVD [12/2006] for $13.99
full credits at IMDb


L i n k s
Fascism Portal at Wikipedia
Barbarian topic at Wikipedia

2003 article defining fascism by Laurence W. Britt at the Secular Humanism website

"12 Warning Signs of Fascism" document online at Tennessee Technological University

'peasant lives matter' poster        'You Again? Stop fascists' poster


here on the Barbarians & Fascists Page at Working Minds Philosophy of Empowerment

Barbarian / Fascist Organizations Section
A.L.E.C. • • Bain Capital • • Halliburton • • The U.S. Supreme Court

Barbarian / Fascist Individuals Section
Koch Brothers • • Rupert Murdoch

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