I too would like to see more articles on police-state legislation being developed in other nations in pursuit of the american example.
Obviously, the objections to Hitler and Stalin had nothing to do with human rights, freedom or democracy. Rather, the objections were over who could monopolize over the economy and who had primary access to resources, in my opinion anyway. It appears we really haven't advanced very far from the Dark Ages where the standard protocol was "wealth is for those with the power to take it" and that meant using the military to take. When playing by the rules of the freemarket doesn't produce the desired results, then call in the military and just take it- or so it appears to me how things continue to be done.
A long distant relative of mine in Scotland wrote to me, "these are mad, mad times we are living in." She does a lot of missionary work in Africa and KNOWS!