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Which party (or side of the aisle) is more authoritarian or totalitarian? That depends on country, culture, time, and personality. Historically, while the right in some countries CAN be authoritarian/totalitarian, the left MUST be. You can't have a Fascist, Socialists, Communist or other leftist government, if people can just opt out. Democracy is the tyranny of the majority. Leftism exist to further the agenda of themselves or the collective, and force people to live "better", more socially just lives -- and that requires the stick.


There's a myth that Fascism/Authoritarianism is a far right ideology. Not on the most common spectrum it isn't. (There are other ways to look at left right).

Of course the first rule of leftist politics is, "if the facts don't fit your agenda, make them up". So there are many fake studies and many articles created to dupe the gullible (the left's base) into thinking they have the moral high ground (virtue signaling). But all those studies have lousy methodology and with a simple word tweak or inverting the question would result in proving the opposite. So I'm not saying there aren't any right/conservative authoritarians, of course there are. But I'm saying if someone is selling you a load of manure that the right is significantly more so, you either see through it, or you're a rube.

I mean what are you going to believe, all of recorded history, and every authoritarian leftist regime, or how the left acts in Universities, Academia, Antifa, Newspapers, Media, and all over the web.... or what a few made up studies and left wing authoritarians are telling you in the media?

There are also a lot of evidence to the contrary, that the left has been more authoritarian, or the leftist media (intentionally?) misunderstands the right and their motives -- and the only evidence is about 80% of the articles ever written by lefties about righties.


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Written 2018.07.14