This episode marks the 76th anniversary of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's execution in Nazi Germany. I take a break from looking at how positive non-violent movements work to asking whether or negative actions, like retaliatory violence, might work better at preventing atrocity. Fascism, like nonviolent action, is a populous movement whose force comes in numbers and the strength of the bond. Viral ideologies and movements, whether good or bad, can't be stopped with guns.
I discuss the meaning behind the name of "Fourth Way," the symbolism in the image, the change of the image, and I announce the new and improved sound.