Archive for the 'authoritarian vs. totalitarian' Category

13 September, 2021

Posted by Socrates in authoritarian vs. totalitarian, California, Covid as a cult, Covid is the flu, Covid-19, Covid-19 as a scam, Covid-19 lockdowns, Covid-19 vaccines, Covid-stupid, Covidians, fascism vs. communism, history, History for newbies, Hitler, Marxism, Medical Marxism, medicine, Soviet America (USSA), Soviet Union, Soviet-style laws in America at 1:13 pm | Permanent Link

First, there was regular (economic) Marxism. Then there was Cultural Marxism. Now there’s Medical Marxism (applying Marxist totalitarianism to anything medical. It isn’t Medical Fascism because fascism isn’t totalitarian, it’s merely authoritarian, i.e., it’s not as severe as totalitarianism) [1]. Canada: get the toxic jab or you lose your job (and she did lose it). […]

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 […]