- n. Plural form of totalitarian.
“The only difference between them and totalitarians is in the means, not the ends.”
“I sometimes long for some hated poster to be called out as a Genghis Kahn or a Pol Pot or anyone else other than those two mad totalitarians from the middle of the last century.”
“The left fails to remember that there is not much difference in totalitarians – whether they are fascists or communists.”
“#36 – Personally I believe appeasing totalitarians (real totalitarians, that is) is tantamount to defending them.”
“You've got a former Nazi for a Pope, pedophile priests who ran rampant over your children for decades, cover-ups (from high up) of their pedophilia, women not allowed within the hierarchy, secularists in society described as "totalitarians," gays reduced to sub-humans, etc., etc. (not even counting all the activities and proclamations of the prior centuries).”
“So while he did not directly call progressives "totalitarians", he gave a definition of progressives that makes them look like "totalitarians".”
“KURTZ: ABC wound up yanking the children's segment, leaving Stossel calling his critics "totalitarians" who want to silence him.”
“In reality, there is nothing essential in Fitzpatrick's picture of disaffection under Stalin that was not already highlighted in 1958 by the "totalitarians"'patriarch, Merle Fainsod, in his Smolensk Under Soviet Rule.”
“And while it returned with a vengeance, becoming nearly tantamount to urbane democratic expression in postwar Paris, Germany, Japan, and throughout the Free World, it remained subject to censorship under totalitarians and dictators.”
“I believe other totalitarians or people/groups with totalitarian beliefs shared the same idea that they were heroes when in reality they were crooks and sociopaths.”
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