As he has been imprisoned in the gulags, and seen what happens to man in such places , he understands the true nature of slavery ;
The ultimate result of democracy is self imposed tyranny, for democracy transforms people into their own jailers.
In a perfect police state the tyranny of the police and their bloody truncheons are no longer required to demand obedience from the populace, for everyone has been conditioned and trained all through their pitiful lives to self censor themselves.
No man can be free until they have first been taught to recognise the existence of freedom.
A lion born in a cage has no understanding of their true nature.
Therefore the conditioned human drones create a cage of conformity for themselves to exist within, just as an animal will accept a life in cages if a cage is all they have ever known.
An animal born in the wild will never accept capitivity. They will act compliant but if given the slightest opportunity to escape, they will maul and murder their captors and burst forth from their cage, roaring with fierce defiance.
Man on the other hand, mostly accepts his capitivity meekly.
He will lick the boots of his master, herd his children into their schools and force their sons and daughteres to wear the uniforms of their oppressors, so that they too will bow and scrape before their abusers.
Man is born in chains and remains in chains.
Our parents place them upon us and call them laws.
Given a choice between a cage and a bullet, a wild animal is born with the innate nobility to seek the bullet.
Pity not the captured wild animal displayed in a cage, pity the slave that gazes upon it. The former has tasted true freedom, the latter never has.
The conditioned drones of the perfect police state will conform totally to what society expects of them in order to attain the opiate of social status, and in effect they will coerce and control themselves via their own socially inculcated inner fascist dictator.
Just as the tame lion in the circus will perform tricks for food, the masses will learn to love the whips that scrouge them.