By Mr. Sameh Selim: Dictatorships that made the glories of the people

Mr. Sameh Selim

Dictatorships that made the glories of the people

By. Mr Sameh Selim- Member of United States Press Agency

In the past, dictatorships were based on several basic elements, the most important of which were repression and subjugation, one-party policy, the sole leader or the next ruler, racist nationalism, mobilizing the people like a herd, and leading them to implement the goals and plan of the ruler. These old dictatorial policies resulted in states that were militarily strong and failed socially and economically, which was built on the old left-wing socialist system that The individual makes the citizen a cog in a machine and the collective ownership of the means of production, which is the opposite of the liberal capitalist system, and there are many examples in the past centuries, since the outbreak of the First and Second World Wars, until some countries remained the same until our current contemporary era, such as North Korea. The fangs of dictatorship devour its people.

As for the concept of the modern dictatorship, it has become completely different in its form and content from the past while retaining some of the old aspects that are still ingrained in the minds of the leaders of these countries. The most important goal of the modern dictator has become the economy, and the military aspect comes second after the economy and achieving an unprecedented rate of economic growth, which is to motivate the people by force. The economy is under the weight of the state's repressive power in not objecting to anything related to working hours, wages, or laws issued by the state, and the fate of objection is imprisonment or death under the wheels of tanks. The global market through collective means of production in the modern communist concept is open to the free world, the capitalist economy, and its large consumer markets. This is the difficult equation in achieving a balance between repressive dictatorship in the economy and openness to the free global economy for export and the establishment of successful commercial relations at low prices outside competition, which is called economic invasion or Dumping policy, becomes intertwined economic interests. It is the key to a successful foreign policy, and hence the unfamiliar endpoint: achieving goals and making people glory, but how was it achieved? It has already been achieved with modern dictatorship.

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