The New Dogma has produced some of the finest manifestations
of the human spirit in art, literature, and philosophy. Strict
adherence to Krinsky’s teachings, a scrupulous commitment to absolute economic
equality in every aspect of life and rules on the
elimination of capitalist exploitation form the essence of its appeal.
Yet the Krinskyite regime is a human organization, subject to
the same infections as any other — infections often borne on
the winds of history. The paranoid theme is neither specific
to nor characteristic of the New Dogma, but it does
appear there. No institution is safe from the paranoid bacillus.
Paraphrases from Political Paranoia: The Psychopolitics of Hatred by Robert S. Robins and Jerrold M. Post.