Archive for the 'authoritarian vs. totalitarian' Category

13 May, 2020

Posted by Socrates in Adorno, authoritarian vs. totalitarian, authors, Cultural Marxism, Frankfurt School, Marxism, Marxism and equality, Marxism as anti-White, Max Horkheimer, Socrates at 12:25 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: the trickster and tampon-wearer Teddy Adorno, circa 1950). It was Jews like the Marxist fun-boy Theodor Adorno who pioneered the study of “authoritarianism.” They called it “right-wing only.” So naturally, most studies of authoritarianism are simply left-wing/Jewish propaganda and nothing more. Thank goodness that someone has finally tried at least to delve into the […]

13 June, 2017

Posted by Socrates in affect intensity, authoritarian vs. totalitarian, black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, Frankfurt School, left-wing violence, leftism, leftists, liberal mindset, liberals, political correctness, politics, propaganda, Socrates at 4:14 pm | Permanent Link

First, the Frankfurt School, and now this guy. He renamed “authoritarianism” to “right-wing authoritarianism.” (What did I say earlier about the Left renaming something first in order to create social change? By the way, an “authoritarian” is, ideologically speaking, less severe than a “totalitarian” [i.e., a communist]. But no matter which words you use, leftists […]