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totalitarianist

Definitions

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  • n. A supporter of totalitarianism.

Etymologies

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totalitarian +‎ -ist

Examples

  • If (as is the case) some totalitarianist regimes are not “socialist”, one should look for other predisposing factors that are not unique to socialism, or even to multiple causes for totalitarian inclinations.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Competing Explanations for the Oppressive Nature of Socialism

  • If as is the case some totalitarianist regimes are not “socialist”, one should look for other predisposing factors that are not unique to socialism, or even to multiple causes for totalitarian inclinations.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Competing Explanations for the Oppressive Nature of Socialism

  • Signing statments by which the exec branch has engaged in an unpredicidented totalitarianist power grab.

    The Truth Revealed!

  • I think the picture shows a true FACE of a person happens to be a woman, yeah! who have been pursuing unbridled power and control over other people, a true face of radical gender feminist warrior and petit-totalitarianist.

    That picture of Hillary on Drudge right now.

  • Isn't one of the early warning signs of totalitarianist leanings a press controlled by the State ...?

    the personal touch

  • At the university -- describes him as a decent man, fundamentally anti-Stalinist -- not in terms of being against Stalin, but anti-Stalinist in terms of not against this totalitarianist way of mind, I mean, he was not a man who would do just anything to get himself -- to claw his way up the ladder.

    Gorbachev: Heretic in the Kremlin

  • I read this book to my nephew, Simon and he started crying and now he is afraid of pigs and horses because he says that they will rise up and establish a totalitarianist state and will rule over us.

    Cynical-C Blog

  • I can quite adequately understand why people fear it is the dawn of an Orwellian totalitarianist regime, whereby thousands of people are vapourised for no good reason and people are forced to subject themselves to an imaginary figure as leader, since Google has started taking photos of their backyard.

    BBC News | Technology | World Edition

  • The article offers us a welcome chance to perceive the dialectics of contemporary totalitarianist values and embers of dissidence which many of us have chosen to suavely gloss over.

    Kafila

  • But if that is true, they are vastly outnumbered by totalitarianist, fear-mongering twits, so it all works doesn't it?

    Think Progress

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