The word Fascism is used because it is the only historically accurate word in the English language for identifying the process of the consolidation of control over resources for the purpose of creating wealth and profit at the expense of Human Rights, the ecology, "liberal values" and sovereignty of the people living in submission to Fascism.
Corporations have no national loyalties or primary citizenship. They are multinational by their own definition. Fascism as an ideology is not monolithic. It is nationalistic or theocratic when it serves to promote popular agendas, but all Fascist movements are united to serve the various cliques of plutocracy. Fascism can be against one set of plutocrats, while working to protect the property of another set.
Anti-Fascist solutions: [northbayuprising.blogspot.com/2012/06/community-solidarity_2.html]
Fascism mirrors the psychology of it's patron plutocrats.
It can be paranoid, selfish, exclusive, vain and against reason.
It serves only the interest of the plutocracy, to stabilize their economic power.
* "5 Facts About America's Pathological Wealth Distribution"
* "Wealthy Thrive and Poorest Dive as Surge in US Inequality Continues"
How the Plutocracy uses government to rule the people
Poverty is a Crime
Monopolized Media Censorship
Being under Permanent Suspicion by State and Private clandestine agencies
Unlimited War for Unlimited Personal Profits
"This Racist Drug War..."
Slave Labor in the USA
Torture in Prisons
"School to Prison" pipeline
"Economic Sacrifice Zones"
2012-07-20 "Capitalism’s Sacrifice Zones" [unitedstatesfascism.blogspot.com/2012/07/2012-07-20-capitalisms-sacrifice-zones.html] from "Public Affairs Television, Inc."
Political & Conscious Prisoners in the U$A
"Right-Wing" Christians, Capitalism and Fascism
2013-06-04 "American Fascism: Ralph Nader Decries How Big Business Has Taken Control of the U.S. Government"
by Democracy Now! [democracynow.org/2013/6/4/american_fascism_ralph_nader_decries_how]:
Watch Part 1 of this interview: [youtube.com/watch?v=EjVvawmUt8I]
Watch Part 2 of this interview: [youtube.com/watch?v=oIZtPsAG33U]
Describing the United States as an "advanced Third World country," longtime consumer advocate and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader calls for a new mass movement to challenge the power corporations have in Washington. "It is not too extreme to call our system of government now 'American Fascism.' It's the control of government by big business, which Franklin Delano Roosevelt defined in 1938 as fascism," Nader says. "We have the lowest minimum wage in the Western world. We have the greatest amount of consumer debt. We have the highest child poverty, the highest adult poverty, huge underemployment, a crumbling public works -- but huge multi-billionaires and hugely profitable corporations. I say to the American people: what's your breaking point? When are you going to stop making excuses for yourself? When are you going to stop exaggerating these powers when you know you have the power in this country if you organize it?"