Wokeism: Why this form of Marxism, and how is it similar to Fascism, Nazism, and Communism.

Published November 12, 2021 39 Views

I hope that you will find this second essay to be interesting. It is quite long but I think it will be worth your while. I am still new to creating videos, am improving my presentation, but please be patient.

The first video essay can be found here:

https://rumble.com/vmcu7s-understanding-wokeism-communism-fascism-and-nazism.html

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https://www.markavis.org/2021/06/10/wokism_evil_ideology/

A written version of the first essay can be found here:

https://www.markavis.org/2021/05/23/wokism_foundations_ideology/

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