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an american fascism?

if microsoft and state cahooted to spy, this could form the classic definition of fascism as a capitalistic ideology where the state – as in china – lives for its corporations, and the corporative powers help the state to continue.
These kind of affairs are not of nations, but states. In a sense, this marks perhaps an official ending – or unravelling – of the nation state, and regressing to a neo-feudal states. Is it not that like in feudal parliaments, where the lords will gather together to resolve matters that affected their relationships, so this contemporary version is using its lords – corporate masters/ceos – to weild powers that are vetted by the capitalistic lords?

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