Monday, August 09, 2010

Angela Hatton: Fancy Farm May Be Political Trendsetter

Cheers UFK!

Excerpt: Also using props to spread their message were the members of United Front Kentucky. Spokesman Danny Mayer of Lexington says their goal is to point out the signs of fascism in politics.

"A sort of populism that often is nativist, anti-democratic, corporatist, anti-immigrant. So what we see coming from the far right are this fascist rhetoric that I don't think makes people fascist, but I think it certainly creates conditions to allow fascism to grow."

WKMS/NPR: Angela Hatton -- "Fancy Farm May Be Political Trendsetter"

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