Anti-capitalism in non-capitalist countries may take the form of political repression, censorship, authoritarianism and other means of purging or subduing capitalist-minded elements. This may lead to an elaborate system of espionage and surveillance and a situation similar to that of the mediaeval inquisition. In capitalist countries it may take the form of 'subversive activities', strikes or demonstrations. Means of tightening international security, perhaps at the expense of the autonomy of another country, cold war tactics, military trade, and other agreements may be used externally. This may encourage ideological schism, strivings and subversive activities which result in a backlash reaction towards fascism.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems