I don't think someone who refuses to accept video evidence of a justified shooting has place to call anyone ideologically blind.>Wanting equality makes you a Nazi.
Depends on what you mean by equality.
Equality of outcome, against some oppressor class, by any means necessary? Yeah, pretty much. You create a devil, and justify your actions against them accordingly. Textbook Naziism.
"Equality" isn't my goal in and of itself.
Equality happens to be the means to justice, as you must have a level standard for all, fairly applied, for a just society.
But that's only under the law
Inequality is the natural side effect of a free society. Humans are not cut of the same cloth. A great poet, engineer, artisan, philosopher, whatever you desire, can come from anywhere.
But not everyone is such. That's the nature of things. We all have different interests, different wills, different confidences, different desires.
I myself am poorer than my brother. Is that because my brother was privileged where I am not?
Of course not.
It's merely that he values money more, invests it accordingly, works harder than I do, because I do not care that much for wealth.>Supporting the Martin Luther King Jr. family makes you a Nazi
Nah, doesn't have anything to do with it.
I'm just disgusted that they ended up being vampiric hacks, preying off MLK's name to push for an agenda he would've never believed in.
That doesn't make you a Nazi. Racial collectivism and an abandonment of rights does.> Not being of the political right-wing makes you a Nazi.
Right and left are largely nebulous.
Today's right wing, was yesteryear's liberal, fighting now for the rights enshrined in our constitution that are by large accepted.
Suppose it's just old enough to become a 'conservative' value. Or perhaps the labels are meaningless to begin with, just used for political convenience.> Being a victim of bigotry and discrimination wanting it to end makes you a Nazi.
Do you want it to end, through racial collectivism and authoritarianism?
I'm sure many Germans blamed the Jews for some slight.
I'm sure many of them had some ancedote to justify their hatred.
Doesn't make it right. It's wrong to collectivize justice. To harm innocent people because of the actions of others, as you wish to do.>Supporting rule of law makes you a Nazi.
Rule of law?
You're really going to claim that?
BLM's running rampant through the street, looting and burning and assaulting as they go, and you're claiming rule of law?
Suppose you're more disconnected from reality than I thought.>To be honest, your removal from reality makes me very, very glad that I probably live far away from you since you appear to be so detached that you sincerely sound dangerous to me.
Well, I suppose I might be.
If you charged at me and swung a skateboard at my head, I can confidently say, I would definitely shoot you.
I'm sorry, but your race and politics don't come in to it.
It doesn't matter who does that. Anyone who puts my life in danger like that would be shot. That's just how it works, equally, for all individuals.