Totalitarianism

Totalitarianism is complete government control combined with a contemptuous indifference to human rights. The Nazis are the obvious example, one that gets heavily abused. The other far more dangerous is communism which gets a far better press but has murdered far more people. Their similarities are more important than their differences. Living under one or the other had the same effects and were likely be fatal. Today matters are getting worse not better. The Marxists made their Long March Through The Institutions; they succeeded. Now they are destroying.

Men went to war in 1939 to fight the Nazis. They won, at a cost. Now we have been infiltrated by communist subversives who are creating a slave state. In fact they are aiming for world domination and could get there. Here are sources.

Roger Scruton defines totalitarianism as the absence of any constraint on central authority, with every aspect of life the concern of government. Advocates of totalitarianism feed on resentment, Scruton argues, and having seized power they proceed to abolish institutions—such as the law, property, and religion—that create authorities. Scruton writes, "To the resentful it is these institutions that are the cause of inequality, and therefore the cause of their humiliations and failures." He argues that revolutions are not conducted from below by the people, but from above, in the name of the people, by an aspiring elite.[29]

 

Thought Police Muscle Up In Britain
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BRITAIN appears to be evolving into the first modern soft totalitarian state. As a sometime teacher of political science and international law, I do not use the term totalitarian loosely. There are no concentration camps or gulags but there are thought police with unprecedented powers to dictate ways of thinking and sniff out heresy, and there can be harsh punishments for dissent. 
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That is what Blair has done to us with the connivance of Brown, Campbell and Mandelson. They pander to blacks and screw Englishmen with malice aforethought.

 

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