Inverted totalitarianism is a term used to refer to the idea that liberalism and liberal democracies are as totalitarian as the regimes they claim to despise for that reason.
Inverted totalitarianism may justify this belief by pointing out the "internet totalitarianism" seen on many popular social media, such as on Facebook, YouTube and several internet algorithms (see: File:Algor.png Algorithmism). In theory, it is democracy. But just a few people can manage country.
In 2003, Sheldon Wolin coined the term inverted totalitarianism to describe what he saw the government of the United States. In 2012, Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco's book"Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt" portrays inverted totalitarianism as a system where corporations have corrupted and subverted democracy and economics win the democracy.
- Developed by strong Democracy Country and always tell itself is very Democracy.
- Reduce Welfare, Raise up wealth gaps.
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