Alexander Dugin has been called the most dangerous philosopher in the world.
You can find on his site justifications for authoritarianism where FDR, Lee Kuan Yew and Putin are depicted as equally praiseworthy authoritarian leaders.
In contrast he invokes Chris Hedges to disparage USA as dangling between autocracy and oligarchy.
Finally in response to Ted Wrigley who claims that autocracy and philosophy are not compatible I would like to remind about a certain illiberal old philosopher for whom Whitehead said: All Western philosophy is just footnotes to him. And in his political philosophy he was virulently anti democratic.
Expectedly, Dugin is a staunch Platonist
In more modern times both Gandhi and Thoreau were suspicious of democracy. In fact Thoreau's essay's title Civil Disobedience became the inspiration and foundation for Gandhi's satyagraha.
On the contemporary scene there's Jeffrey Sachs who (impersonating Aristotle!) claims the following table