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The J. Burden Show β€’ 2556 implied HN points β€’ 06 Feb 24
  1. One reason why the ruling class resents certain groups is because social engineering didn't work on them - they continued to live the way they always have despite efforts to change them.
  2. The elites want to erase cultural differences and make everyone conform to their ideology, viewing any deviation from their beliefs as a problem that needs to be fixed.
  3. The left's animating principle is egalitarianism, believing that all people are the same - when reality doesn't align with this belief, they blame others rather than questioning their ideology.
From the New World β€’ 237 implied HN points β€’ 19 Feb 24
  1. The New Soviet Man concept was imaginary, as evident from the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
  2. Egalitarian sentiment persists despite evidence of biological differences, leading to challenges in discussing individual disparities.
  3. Institutions like rule of law and free markets can serve as solutions to counteract egalitarian pathologies and promote rational behavior.
eugyppius: a plague chronicle β€’ 191 implied HN points β€’ 19 Feb 24
  1. Liberalism, socialism/communism, and right-nationalism have overlapping elements but differ in their ideologies and approaches.
  2. Authoritarianism is a complex concept that can be found in varying degrees across different political ideologies.
  3. Current political shifts in Germany towards illiberalism are driven by the left-liberal government's desire to maintain power, but labeling them as fascists might not be accurate.
The Upheaval β€’ 6 HN points β€’ 15 Jan 24
  1. The concept of Right-Wing Progressives challenges traditional political labels and emphasizes a focus on progress and innovation.
  2. Right-Wing Progressives value hierarchy and prioritize progress above all else, often advocating for state intervention for the sake of progress.
  3. The beliefs of Right-Wing Progressives are grounded in rationalism and consequentialism, leading to a philosophy that aims to maximize progress through technological advancement and societal transformation.
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