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  1. Poll! True. Thanks for the etymology reminder. I...

    True. Thanks for the etymology reminder.

    I still think there is some merit in keeping a risk nearby. Sparta was constantly threatened by revolts from helots, Rome was constantly perturbed by...
  2. Poll! Severe climate forces people to turn inward...

    Severe climate forces people to turn inward towards an one-sided intellectual development. This also makes them insensitive with a disregard for others. The Soviet barbarisms wouldn't have been...
  3. Prostitution is an ancient, not modern...

    Prostitution is an ancient, not modern phenomenon. Social conditions have been at their lowest since time immemorial and prostitution is always it's distinctive mark.

    Prostitution can be abolished...
  4. Poll! Germany would have reached soaring heights in...

    Germany would have reached soaring heights in cultural development, it would be the first nation to supersede ancient Greece (Rome only surpassed them technologically) and obtain the theoretical...
  5. Not all women who end up as prostitutes are of...

    Not all women who end up as prostitutes are of the frivolous variety.

    Apparently, that phrase has never been intended an an expression of indifference, even in Fascism.

    While it's true that...
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    Pertaining to his purported dealings with Jews,...

    Pertaining to his purported dealings with Jews, possibly. Pertaining to whatever went on in those concentration camps, that is unlikely. Hitler kept tabs on high profile inmates, such as Elser.
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    I haven't yet checked up on the usual false flag...

    I haven't yet checked up on the usual false flag theorists, but I agree. The lack of resistance speaks volumes, contradicting his fatalistic claims of expecting to be a martyr. Just like the previous...
  8. Source? Is that the case with DC as well nowadays?

    Source? Is that the case with DC as well nowadays?
  9. These kind of attacks seem rather commonplace,...

    These kind of attacks seem rather commonplace, this one only has relevance since it was by a migrant and is under-reported in English speaking circles. And nothing is said of the nature of his crime...
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    Actually, the wiki narrative claimed that...

    Actually, the wiki narrative claimed that Kalergi's writings had been deliberately mistranslated, under the article "Kalergi plan". Oddly enough, the sources provided for this dispute are in Italian,...
  11. Countries which have lived under communism have...

    Countries which have lived under communism have displayed a tendency to eventually swing over to nationalism or a genuine socialism.

    The nationalist sects in the Cold War opted to side with the...
  12. Huh, what golden age? As long as Germany was...

    Huh, what golden age? As long as Germany was dominated by a democratic equality complex (whether democracy or monarchy), it ostracized almost all of it's great men. Frederick the Great's reign was an...
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    All ideologies are based on cooperation and...

    All ideologies are based on cooperation and ideals of unity, that is nothing impressive. No different from what animals do when they have a common interest or a shared threat.

    Why is it toxic?
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    I would exercise caution in making statements...

    I would exercise caution in making statements like these. I am reminded of Matt. 23:30. The democratic equality complex was all-pervasive then as it is now. It is no boast to be a part of a group....
  15. Poll! It comes to highly cultivated people naturally,...

    It comes to highly cultivated people naturally, when they are ready for it and capable of putting this knowledge to use. The distinction is in knowing the full significance, meaning and purpose of...
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    Always the ant. Innumerable species. Their...

    Always the ant. Innumerable species. Their individual reactions and responses are nothing short of astonishing. Are these really a blind collective? Their socialism and civilization is remarkably...
  17. Important! Poll! That's absurd. First of all, by religious, you...

    That's absurd. First of all, by religious, you mean Jewish-Christian. Confucius and Buddha have been typically accused of being atheists by Christians. Second, biological morality is the root/basis...
  18. The mountains draw in great men, like a magnetic...

    The mountains draw in great men, like a magnetic field, rapidly stimulating their development. Jesus was said to be a Jew yet he went up mountains and visited lakes to pray in solitude. The...
  19. Well, your post came off to me as rubbing it in...

    Well, your post came off to me as rubbing it in their faces (with veiled contempt) and indirectly stimulating them to action, which is by and large undesirable.

    I would also point out that the...
  20. It's not just today, the Church has always...

    It's not just today, the Church has always neglected it's native population for foreigners. It has always looked out for it's own interests.

    That's a deliberate misrepresentation. You're thinking...
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    Pagans and Christians are in the same situation...

    Pagans and Christians are in the same situation as far as their religions are concerned. Sentimentality is commonplace, they adorn their deities with names and titles, cherish rituals and dead...
  22. Important! Poll! Of course. The humanist who respects and concerns...

    Of course. The humanist who respects and concerns himself with human rights on a daily basis is far better off than the average churchgoer who only concerns himself with other people's affairs once...
  23. Deism as it is defined today is clearly a...

    Deism as it is defined today is clearly a distorted interpretation. The deism of the Founding Fathers was completely different from today's deism. According to Thomas Paine, true deism corresponded...
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    The Muslim conception of deity differs...

    The Muslim conception of deity differs significantly in at least one respect: they do not deign to define him. Allah shouldn't be lumped into the same category as Jahwe. That he too is lauded with...
  25. Liberalism marks the decline of a nation, in a...

    Liberalism marks the decline of a nation, in a biological sense. Western civilization's time is clearly up and we'll need another Plato to salvage what remains of it's culture (namely architecture...
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