Although that said I dont consider authoritarianism necessarily right wing and I know a lot of people do, it depends on how it is defined really like what I said at the time when I posted the political typology thread many moons ago.
I tend to see right wing arguments are holding that poverty and unnecessary, avoidable suffering is utilitarian, useful or socially beneficial, that can take a lot of shapes, talking about consequences, opposing amelioration or relief of poverty or any kind of intervention to that end, essentially opposing altruism and only endorsing benefice as a sort of unintended side effect of something else. Its not something which I can support at all.
There are things which people holding those views may coincidentially believe which I also believe for very different reasons and I dont think its unimportant the reason why some action or proposal or policy is supported or not. Like I think there is a major difference in opposing the paternalism of the welfare state, while acknowleding it may be a lesser evil than the sort of existence which preceeded it, and opposing the welfare state because you believe in a society red in tooth and claw.