These measures (leading to communism) of course will be different in different countries.So fascism is merely a rebranding of communism, with the use of the aforementioned different measures to establish control. Mussolinis fascistic goals of true equality, social justice and evident worldwide wealth redistribution are pure Marxist communism, along with his open belief in the nonexistence of God.
Manifesto, chapter 2
It is impossible, of course, to carry out all these measures at once, but one will always bring others in its wake. Once the first radical attack on private property has been launched, the proletariat will find itself forced to go ever further, to concentrate increasingly in the hands of the state all capital, all agriculture, all transport, all trade. All the foregoing measures are directed to this end; and they will become practicable and feasible, capable of producing their centralizing effects to precisely the degree that the proletariat, through its labor, multiplies the countrys productive forces.
The Principles of Communism
Suppression of political dissent is the one area where the commies and fascists were similar, however. Of that there is no doubt.
So if I accepted that I would have no political voice, would I rather live in a place that allowed me to make a living, worship in peace, and keep a significant portion of the fruits of my labor - or one that kept me working as basically a slave, persecuted me if I tried to worship, and kept me poor?
As I said - that's a no-brainer.