Toffler liked to call his views "futurism." And so did Mussolini supporters in Italy, before the fascists fully came to power. Futurism has always been code for the notion that some sort of global, benevolent, totalitarian utopia is the inevitable and glorious event for which humanity eagerly waits.
This same sense of inevitability, unsurprisingly, drove Marx's views. True, committed statists cannot support their philosophy with reason; they depend on the conviction that human history is marching toward their goals, and that they are the prophets of this third wave."