The record of U.S. foreign policy since WWII is probably the best measure of its unique contribution to the internationalization of fascism. Under the banner of democracy and freedom, the United States has, according to William Blum:
Trump has no power over the fact that history will one day view him as the most vile, corrupt, and fascistic president of the United States, Wayne Madsen writes.
The world must dial back to the days when fascists were humankind’s common enemy, Wayne Madsen writes.
That Russiagate is the continuation of a scheme launched in 1945 by the National Security Council, to be engineered by the CIA with help from former Nazi officers in its employ, speaks volumes about the Cold War frame from which it emerges.