By definition, there has never been and never will be any possibility of right wing totalitarianism. By definition: totalitarianism = leftism; leftism = totalitarianism. For example, Communism, Nazism, and fascism are all leftist and are all totalitarians. Since modern American liberalism is closely related to Communism, Nazism, and fascism, it has strong totalitarian tendencies. In sharp contrast, the right is, by definition, anti-totalitarian.
Naturalized-Texan, Free Conservatives 56 Comments
[9/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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I admire this guy. He has obviously perfected the arts of babbling and rambling!
6/29/2010 12:16:01 AM
"By definition, there has never been and never will be any possibility of right wing totalitarianism."
I guess you've never heard of the KKK, Aryan Nations, Skinheads, Tom Metzger's W.A.R. etc in the US, and the National Front & British National Party here in the UK. Thus, by definition Naturalized-Texan:
6/29/2010 8:37:04 AM
This guy is a morron. It's that simple.
4/13/2011 2:02:37 AM
never will be any possibility of right wing totalitarianism.
So when a redneck threatens me "Pray to GOD and repent! Or I will smack you very hard in the head!!!", then this redneck is a radical left-wing totalitarian?
4/13/2011 2:10:14 AM
Silly me, I always thought Nazism and communism were on opposite ends of the scale - but what do I know compared to a genius from the fine ol' state of Texas?
4/13/2011 2:28:14 AM
If "rightism" is a mishmash hillibilly/libertarian fantasy where rugged individualists live in their own log cabin away from the rest of the world, then fascism is not righist.
If instead rightism is "let's use the government's power to safeguard privilege and corporate greed" then fascism qualifies.
6/16/2012 1:50:32 AM
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