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kenny blankenship Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jan-06-06 01:54 PM
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9. Under Fascism, all aspects of the state and government
Edited on Fri Jan-06-06 02:02 PM by kenny blankenship
are either replaced with corresponding organs of the Party or hollowed out and refilled top to bottom with the Party's men and the Party's agenda. (sometimes a corresponding organ of the Party is placed over the existing non-partisan institution of government usually absorbing it over time) The first line of that agenda reads "To monopolize power for the Party and to punish enemies."
The party is never to lose power, so the entire government (which is where power is concentrated) must be converted to an aspect of the party instead of the party being only one aspect of the country's political culture. There must be no remainder. The party is never to lose power, therefore any who might one day bring about its downfall must be found out, and suppressed or exterminated.
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