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    Tolerance depends on the income and fear of the law .

    Oberflächlichkeit as On-the-Surface is politeness and diplomacy .

    From a diplomat one would always expect politeness and still loyalty to his case and country .


    Children will highly likely be more tolerant because they are not in the
    income struggle as grown ups are .

    Folks with lesser than average Intelligence Quotient might behave
    more childish like .
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin View Post
    In my view yes, tolerance is a traditionally Germanic value. It goes hand in hand with free speech and liberty. But tolerance isn't truly defined like the left defines it. That's a false definition. Here a video which explains it better:



    The key is, as said in the video, "to have your life, your.....
    The problem with the term tolerance is that it is ambiguous and conveys multiple meanings.

    It shouldn't be a Germanic value.

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