In the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning election win, American documentary filmmaker and screenwriter Michael Moore posted an eerily foreboding tweet.
Taking a quote from a widely acclaimed book on fascism, Moore tweeted, “The next wave of fascism will come not with cattle cars and camps. It will come with a friendly face – Bertram Gross, Friendly Fascism.”
The tweet alludes to the Hitler-controlled Nazi Germany, one of the most horrific eras the world has ever seen, when cattle cars were used to transport condemned Jews and concentration and extermination camps were erected for the resettlement and mass murder of the condemned.
American documentary filmmaker and screenwriter Michael Moore has responded to Trump’s repeated hate speech against Muslims in the most original way.
Moore is known for left-leaning political activism and his fierce opposition to the Republican presidential nominee.
Earlier, responding to Trump’s repeated hate speech against Muslims the political activist posted a picture of himself standing outside the Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, holding a placard inscribed with the words, “We Are All Muslim.”
“Today I stood in front of the Trump Tower and held a sign until police came. Then I went home and wrote Donald Trump a letter,” Moore said in a post on his Facebook page.