- Well - both sides of the great political divide have very similar marching styles - so that got me to wondering if there were many more similarities between far-right and far-left - <maybe its all the same bad dream?>
Whenever the extremes of far right (Fascist) or far left (Communist) take power it hardly ever ends well.
Left policies are usually socially based such as health care, welfare, housing whereas Right policies champion the individual and free market forces. Most Western countries are a mix to varying degrees, but are ultimately Capitalist.
- This old cartoon - kinda sums it up - back in the 1940's - but is it still relevant today? - or are we confusing one with the other - while at the same time seeing similarities? - Hmmm - many questions -
- If you start to uncover who or what is funding either side - whether it be in the past - or to this day - it does become somewhat clearer - follow the money - because it always leads to the culprits of genocide - to those that invested in it - and so promoted it -
Far left/right are tools. Terms that when applied to others create fear.
They have different meanings to different people.
The market runs the world now, politics only remains to direct the narrative.
In the UK, a 'Brexit' supporter may be called far-right, thus racist/everything-ist, basically genocidal.
While a Corbyn supporter is far-left, so must be an antisemitic communist, thus genocidal.
The confusion keeps most of the voting public closer to the middle, where there's less calls for oft-needed revolutionary change.
We are taught to fear the non-conventional/elite-approved as dangerous extremes.
Everyone whose views don't fit the plan is now far/alt something.
And like with the light spectrum, far/ultra are hidden forces, invisible until brought to light.