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Erdoy-an is trying to convert his de facto power not into a simple dictatorship but into a totalitarian dictatorship.
Life in a totalitarian dictatorship is a daily misery.
As a totalitarian dictatorship, Nazi Germany had far more direct control over its cowed citizens than Whitehall.
Glazov says Islamism is designed to move us to a worldwide theocratic totalitarian dictatorship, the caliphate, and that it seeks to force Sharia (Islamic law) on all the inhabitants of the earth.
The final 70 million euro instalment will close a 92-year chapter that saw Germany plunge into totalitarian dictatorship and trigger a second world war that ended with its division during four decades of Cold War.
The final 70 million euro ($94 million) installment will close a 92-year chapter that saw Germany plunge into totalitarian dictatorship and trigger a second world war that ended with its division during four decades of Cold War.
Their bodies provide energy to run the machines that have taken over the world, controlled by a giant self-programming computer, in a 'perfect' totalitarian dictatorship.
q-he "changing of hearts and minds" of the Iraqi people toward a more democratic orientation after years of totalitarian dictatorship will be long and slow.
This assisted in the demise of the totalitarian dictatorship there.
First, focusing on the regime type is not helpful in understanding cycles of mass murder under the same regime type--for example, the peaks and valleys of mass murder by the government of the USSR, a totalitarian dictatorship from beginning to end.
South Korea's policy of seeking closer relations with the North and China's complementary strategy of propping up the totalitarian dictatorship of Kim Jong Il will have produced not stability but a potentially far-reaching destabilization.