"Hate" - really?This tendency to heighten divisions by using overblown (and ridiculous) language is detrimental to human society and wellbeingStory selected by the newspaper which supported Hitler and the Nazis in the 1930s (fact) and has always supported the Tories at General Elections since WW2
So many over generalisations in just one post - mostly nonsensee.g. "The left is against freedom for the individual" vs Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite
The "one" word is in the headline - it's the key word in the headline. .
I see you quickly descend to personal insult.
Quote from: lapwing on November 26, 2020, 06:36:51 pmSo many over generalisations in just one post - mostly nonsensee.g. "The left is against freedom for the individual" vs Liberte, Egalite, FraterniteThe French revolution was leftist mob action
Differences between the left and the right.The left defines itself as "people who need to help people".The right defines itself as "people who want to help people stop needing help"The left doesn't believe that minorities are as capable of following the law and competing in the marketplace as whites.The right does.The left doesn't believe that people know how to run their own lives w/o government interference and indoctrination.The right does.The left is against freedom for the individual.The right is for individual freedom.The left doesn't feel there should be accountability for bad decisions.The right does. The left thinks everyone is equally capable of all things and if there aren't equal numbers then someone put his thumb on the scales.The right thinks everyone is legally capable of trying to do all things, but not necessarily succeeding as individuals differ in interests and abilities.The left thinks all cultures are equally valid.The right doesn't.The left thinks historical slavery was an evil, but only white people were to blame.The right thinks historical slavery was an evil, but believes that the blacks who sold blacks to the slave traders as well as the muslims who enslaved more people for a longer time are as culpable (see also todays' China)