I mean that he is employing the same kind of policy that has been used by totalitarians before. Like uncle Adolf did.
The only power that the leftists have is democracy.
Secondly, this kind of idea of "not democracy" is a lot older, and has a lot better track record of actually creating happier nations. There's this weird idea that everyone was just totally miserable before democracy: It's a complete lie.
I know you're going for this whole Dark Knight, "live to see yourself become the villain" thing, but I don't buy it. You cannot democratically win against an increasingly rigged democracy: You just die.
Economic systems and governmental structures should be results-based and for what benefits the native population of the nation, and this needs to be based on facts, and proven methods and adjusted as needed, not wishful-thinking and romanticized notions of fairness. Democracy is a weapon that has, since its inception, been used against the people way more than for them, and again: No one has any solution to this that doesn't involve removing democracy.
So it needs to be removed.
I really don't find myself concerned so much with "left and right" distinction. That's mostly an economic distinction anyway. It's just that the social justice warrior types obviously fall on the left of that scale.
My political standpoint would be most aligned with fascism. Anti-democracy, traditionalism, nationalism, authoritarianism and context-dependent economic policy.