The New Fascism

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The New Fascism

By Alan Scholl
Created 2006-12-01 18:56

ARTICLE SYNOPSIS:

Rules approved by the Supreme Court and taking effect today forcing businesses to track all electronic documents, including emails and instant messages generated by employees, are evidence of the nation’s slide toward fascism.

Follow this link to the source article: "New rules compel firms to track e-mails [1]"

COMMENTARY:

In a ruling in April, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld rules that will require privately owned companies, when involved in federal litigation, to produce "electronically stored information" as part of the discovery process, when evidence is shared by both sides before a trial. This seems innocuous and possibly even reasonable, but it is, in fact, another instance of Fascism being inserted into America through the back door…

What else characterizes Fascism? According to Professor Payne, it is anti-communist, anti-liberal and anti-conservative. (In reality, Fascism is communism’s kissing cousin, since they, along with all other statist ideologies, are merely degrees of totalitarianism.) Fascism, Professor Payne rightly noted, has "The goal of empire or a radical change in the nation’s relationship with other powers"; it espouses an "idealist, voluntarist creed, normally involving the attempt to realize a new form of modern, self-determined, secular culture"; and it has a "Specific tendency toward an authoritarian, charismatic, personal style of command, whether or not the command is to some degree initially elective."

 

 

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