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Why's Leftist Environmentalist Mike Lewis implying TFP's De Oliveira is a Fascist?

Might leftist environmentalist Where Peter Is's Mike Lewis be implying that Plinio Correa de Oliveira is a Fascist because he doesn't know what he's talking about?

The anti-Hitler and anti-Communist de Oliveira who founded Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) in 1942 wrote:

"Hitler prefers the advance of Russia to the Anglo-American coalition. Defeated, he tries to influence the configuration of tommorow's world. This is his ultimate crime."
(O Legionario, 23 August 1942)

Leftist always want to pretend that Hitler wasn't a Socialist like them and preferred the Socialist Communist Russians to the non-Socialist Anglo-American coalition.

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church as well as the Triumph of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate of Mary.

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Aqua said…
If you look at the real fascists of the 20th century - their demagogic propensity to stir up the violent emotions of the crowd, and as a pack of enraged wolves target that deadly emotion toward the object of their hatred, separate out the weak and the innocent - it is the leftists that are in violent alignment with that behavior.

And the lies ... always blaming the “other” for their own moral vacuum.

They don’t fool anyone anymore, except themselves. Mike Lewis is preaching to his own choir. Once you accept an antipope and his Pachamama Baal as a god, you are in a dark, dark place if you profess to be Catholic. Expect a spiritual fruit not so sweet or nutritious.

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