54 episodes

Fifteen Minutes of Fascism is a weekly news analysis and historical background podcast covering the global rise of the right-wing. New episodes every Friday.

Fifteen Minutes of Fascis‪m‬ Craig Johnson

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    • 4.9 • 14 Ratings

Fifteen Minutes of Fascism is a weekly news analysis and historical background podcast covering the global rise of the right-wing. New episodes every Friday.

    Episode 47: If you thought QAnnon was confusing...

    Episode 47: If you thought QAnnon was confusing...

    This week is a news roundup the world over, and a reach back into an earlier right-wing death this month: Lyndon LaRouche.

    • 17 min
    Episode 46; Dissent and Ditto-Heads

    Episode 46; Dissent and Ditto-Heads

    This week's episode is an update on feuds within the right-wing in the US, covers Rush Limbaugh's impact on the right, and celebrates the death of an Argentine fascist intellectual.

    • 16 min
    Episode 45: How Fascists Get Away with It

    Episode 45: How Fascists Get Away with It

    This week's episode covers Trump's second trial in the US Congress, and some fascists who never answered for their crimes.

    • 17 min
    Episode 44: New Coup, Same as the Old Coup

    Episode 44: New Coup, Same as the Old Coup

    This episode focuses on the recent activity of Congressperson Greene, this week's coup in Myanmar, and a historical coup in Greece.

    • 15 min
    Episode 43: India, Indonesia, and Zip Tie Guy

    Episode 43: India, Indonesia, and Zip Tie Guy

    This episode covers calls for anti-protester violence in India, the trial of zip tie guy form January 6th, and the legacy of the overthrow of Sukarno.

    • 14 min
    Episode 42: Good Riddance

    Episode 42: Good Riddance

    This episode celebrates the end of the Trump administration, and looks to what comes next for the right-wing in the US.

    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

CaseLLand ,

Informative and important

I started listening to this podcast a few months ago and have kept up with the new episodes because I’ve learned so much about fascism, history, and politics. I like how the podcast threads both US and international individuals, groups, and events. I really appreciate the work that Craig Johnson is doing here. Bonus is the episodes are short and easily digestible. Highly recommend and I will continue to look forward to new episodes.

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