I must've dreamed a thousand dreams
Been haunted by a million screams
But I can hear the marching feet
They're moving into the street
As the stakes associated with controlling the strong arm of democratic states continue to grow, Herbert proposed that factions will grow increasingly hostile toward each other. They will be hellbent on gaining government control and keeping control out of competing faction hands.
This hostility logically extends to voters on the losing side. They will become increasingly ungovernable (e.g., 'We Resist...') to the ruling majority. The real folly is that the ungovernable minority expects that the other side will somehow submit to their rule if/when the roles are reversed.
All part of the topsy-turvy ride down the path toward the Misesean chaos endpoint of socialism.