Hi meekerdb  

So much irritation about my use of the word fascism ! 
There must have been a dozen postings complaining about its use here. 

Could that not be a sign that liberalism, so prevalent here,
is a hidden form of fascism ? It seeks to control us.
To change us and society to conform to its agenda
through law.

[Roger Clough], [rclo...@verizon.net] 
"Forever is a long time, especially near the end." - Woody Allen 
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From: meekerdb  
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Time: 2013-01-06, 16:56:43 
Subject: Re: From nominalism to Scientifc Materialism Re: Is Sheldrakecredible? 
Ipersonally think so. 

On 1/6/2013 1:33 PM, Stephen P. King wrote:  
On 1/6/2013 3:49 PM, Roger Clough wrote: 

Hi Stephen P. King  

The word "must" implies forcible persuasion. 


    But the use of force to persuade is not the essence of fascism. Fascism is 
a governing system where the population can own property privately but the use 
of said property is dictated by the State. Most countries are fascistic. 

Only because you've taken a single attribute of Fascism and taken it to be a 
definition.  Fascism is the idea that a nation is a kind of super-being in 
which labor, industry, and government are *bound together into one* (hence the 
name) and the life of citizens takes meaning from how they serve their function 
as an element of The State.  This was further taken to imply that superior, 
i.e. Fascist, nations should bring this superior culture to other inferior, 
i.e. non-Fascist, nations by armed conquest. 

"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism, since it is the 
merger of state and corporate power." 
         --- Benito Mussolini.

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