Right-wing Populism. Can More Madness Cure the Madness?
by f.s. montanus, Georg Rammer, Andreas Bohm and Joachi9m Bischoff
Neolikberal policy was always mad. But an even greater madness now appears with right-wing populism. Politics is mad because it writes off large parts of the population. Economic Darwinism has nested and established itself as market ideology in the brains of people.
Politics assume the strong deserve the largest part of the cake in its glorification of the performance principle. The market should conform to democracy; democracy should not be market-conforming.
Is President Trump Fascist?
Jason Stanley, openculture.com
and Umberto Eco on Fascism