The Fascist conception of the State is all-embracing; outside of it no human or spiritual values can exist, much less have value.
In their obsession with windmills and solar panels, government bureaucrats and university analysts have overlooked a million details.
Lots of labels are tossed about the political landscape. People are accused of being Nazis and Fascists, as well as the opposite accusation of being called a Communist. Not too far behind is the charge of being a Socialist. So if it is fair to ask whether a person is a Nazi or a Fascist, it is reasonable to evaluate whether a person is a Socialist.
To Hayek, it was quite ironic that the academics that had overwhelmingly embraced socialism were discarding the very thing that explained their existence, the idea of “western” civilization.
Such is the measure of double-speak these days that an ordinary word like “recession” is now a matter of debate.