Modern Fascism Liquidating the Judeo-Christian Worldview Gene Edward Veith, Jr. Not long ago a thread was started asking if George Bush was a fascist. I don't think the question was ever fully answered and the thread sort of faded to the back pages to be forgotten. I haven't forgotten about it because I made promises in that thread the Lord willing I still plan to keep. Things have got kind of crazy in the politics forum lately what with everyone politicking for their candidates and all. Topics are moving in and out so fast there's no time to study on any particular one. Politics as usual I guess. These days I'm not so concerned with whether George Bush was a fascist or not. His term is coming to an end PTL but we'll still be around to witness what happens next in the "after Bush". But I'm still wondering just how much of an impact fascism has made on our society and our thinking. I don't really expect a long drawn out discussion about this or anything. [Not with the rigged election just around the corner. Yes Virginia, the elite are going to install another one of their globalist minions we'll call POTUS and the government, mass media and a certain percentage of the clergy will no doubt demand we submit to another trojan horse imposter posing as a legit American magistrate or risk hell fire and God's wrath among other dreadful things.] Anyway this is my question...how much of an impact has fascism made on society and our thinking if any?