In Hitler's Germany, they believed in this, too. They called it Gleichschaltung, which my dictionary tells me means 'bringing into line'. A cardinal sin in Joseph Stalin's Russia was inakomyslie, which we translate as dissidence, but which literally means 'thinking differently'.
Lord Tebbit seems to be suffering from a complaint known as 'intolerance of difference', a disease whose effects are only too obvious to see in the former Yugoslavia.
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