Trump popular for same reasons as Hitler, Chomsky says


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Source:  TeleSUR
February 24 2016

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Economic uncertainty is one of the reason for the popularity of U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump, just as it was for the rise of Adolph Hitler.

Poor social conditions, fear and unemployment are giving rise to the Adolph Hitler-like fascism championed by real estate billionaire Donald Trump in his bid for the United States Republican presidential nomination, renowned linguist and political analyst Noam Chomsky said in an interview.

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“Fear, along with the breakdown of society during the neoliberal period,” were the reasons behind Trump’s popularity among Republicans in the U.S., Chomsky said during an interview with Alternet website. “People feel isolated, helpless, victims of powerful forces that they do not understand and cannot influence.”

Chomsky said the current…

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