You betray once again your ignorance of American politics and society - it's the other way around, here. Since you got the emotions wrong, your implication is even sillier - but it is silly to begin with. The label goes on the ideology and the political movement - emotions don't change that. No, it doesn't. It's the other way around - your perception of restrictions etc depends on your aversion. Like this: The US hegemony - your primary "unipolar" excuse - gets its support from the Right, everywhere. So you need another explanation for your support. Silly again. What you "made wrong" is reposting Orwellian Newspeak you got from American wingnut propaganda - leftwing fascism, like circular triangles, is a contradiction in terms. Accepting circular triangles as a category would cripple one's ability to do geometry, right? That's the position you have put yourself in. There is no other content. The book is a work of propaganda, and its content is its effort to spike intellectual criticism of the Republican (fascist) Party by poisoning the well of reason and analysis from which it draws. Destruction of the word "fascism" is a significant advance in that effort. Nonsense. Fascism really exists, as a political ideology and mode of governance, no matter how I or anyone uses the word. The thing doesn't go away because you get rid of the name - only the ability to talk about it is damaged. And the only objection you have ever had to my use of the term has been my use of it in talking about Trump - and/or Putin. That illustrates the crippling effects of sophisticated American rightwing propaganda on a vulnerable mind, and the gains it achieves thereby - you can't identify fascism at all any more, and that prevents you from distinguishing Obama's ideology from Trump's in any important way. Now you are groomed for "bothsides" schticks. This same thing happens to Americans who are uninformed, and fall prey to the rightwing authoritarian agitprop. That's a political gain - a very large one - in the US, and that's the point. Your foreign mind is just collateral damage. No, he really doesn't. Even his facts are in the service of bullshit. And you are completely vulnerable. You still haven't acknowledged the role of the pipelines etc in Putin's involvement in this war. Why not?