Tag Archives: right-wing authoritarianism

So Who Are The RWAs (Part 2 of ?)

This follows from part one, and contains some jargon that might not be understandable without it. So we’re now living in a world where the US and UK are both controlled by RWA/SDO people, voted for by RWAs, and last … Continue reading

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On Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Trump, Part 1 of ?

OK, so I’ve been meaning to write a post on Robert Altermeyer’s research into right-wing authoritarianism for several years, and especially since I wrote my “howl” on Mindless Ones six months ago (and how petty the concerns in that piece … Continue reading

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Authoritarianism and “Social Justice Warriors”

(Only a short post today — bad headache). Internet activism has a bad reputation, and it’s one I largely agree with — clicking a petition or sharing a Facebook meme does very, very little to make a difference to the … Continue reading

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So, The Sad Puppies, Then: 3 of 4 — “Libertarian” Authoritarians And Pulp

So, before we get to the actual point of this — the uproar in science fiction fandom about a number of books nominated for the Hugo Awards — let’s have a look at the list of libertarian policy positions supported … Continue reading

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