The commies in Russia had the exact same misunderstanding that the nazis in Germany had. Well, several in fact but one in particular and that is that both sides see themselves as the 'cure' or 'antithesis' to the other side. That fascism must exists to ward off communism and that communism must exist to ward off fascism (which the Leninists see as a merely new form of capitalism).
The two ideologies are opposite in the sense that one side are absolute biological determinists and the other side are absolute sociological determinists. But what do you do when neither of those determinist propositions are entirely true? What if the answer is that neither biology nor sociology alone can account for the personality or fate of anyone? It doesn't appear to be a 90/10 10/90 split either. It's much closer to 50/50 than either Lenin or Hitler thought. There is a third option.
The Liberals/Libertarians. They built modernism over the course of centuries on the principles of the sovereign individual. Statists and totalitarian NPCs from the extremes of the Left and the Right are just fighting over the scraps left behind by the liberated individualists. Christian or otherwise. White or otherwise. Male or otherwise.
It's not impossible to incorporate. You have to become very specific about your terms though. There isn't room for inexactness.
It is HARD to incorporate, because you do have to abandon certain groupings and ideas which are contextually useful and which seem both intuitive and obvious but which become counter productive when you're being forced to deal with terms so specific.
That's not new though. That's been a very real struggle since the Enlightenment. It is THE struggle that keeps appearing in different forms with every new discovery or major innovation.
There are limits to empiric objectivism. They're very deep limits but they do exist.
Not everyone. Fully NPC subjects are 100% biological, thinking causes them pain or discomfort. Excluding the meme of NPCs and politics, I can still locate millions of examples.
Just ask your local dealers and pharmacists about their clientele. Show me addicts that get wasted and don't read. They act cool and easy going until there's a thinking situation, suddenly they go 0-60 with violence because thinking hurts. Show me the drain on your overburdened systems. A horrifying number of people can not think for themselves and are only alive because consequences are insufficient.
Their numbers were a luxury and can no longer be safely sustained. Thanks to communication technology, they are 100% going to act on behalf of totalitarian babysitter political parties. Every NPC has a smart phone, even the refugees; I bet George Soros says that at meetings.
That's the point where I tend to remind people of the laws of behavioral genetics, notably the fact that (on all traits examined so far, meaning it's the null hypothesis now) shared environment (familial, geographical and social) has less of an impact than genetic inheritance.
All traits, from agressivity to IQ ro risk taking to empathy, have three sources: genes, shared environment and random individual variation. The only question is how much, in %, all three are for a given trait (and the fact that genes always seem to be > to shared). IQ, for instance, is 80% genetic at adulthood, and very low in shared.
This means you CAN use culture, education, and other factors to alter and improve outcomes... but those have an effectiveness ceiling that is, often, quite low. But since those are the only variables we can tweak (barring massive improvements in CRISPR-CAS12), they're the only way you can work. It's just that you shouldn't overcommit resources when you fail to achieve the desired results, because at one point, you're going against the genes, and you won't win.
A suicide bomber rammed a car bomb into a bus carrying Indian paramilitary police in Kashmir on Feb. 14, killing 44 of them in the deadliest attack in decades on security forces in the disputed region. The Pakistan-based Islamic terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) has claimed responsibility for the attack. A video circulating on social media on Feb. 14 purportedly featured the suicide bomber, and showed a young man holding a gun and threatening more attacks.
Mohammad Yunis, a journalist who reached the site minutes later, told Reuters he saw blood and body parts scattered along a 100-meter stretch of the main highway running through the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Indian forces have sporadically battled Islamic terrorists in mountainous Kashmir since an armed revolt in 1989 in which tens of thousands were killed, but car bombings are rare.
The Indian foreign ministry accused the Pakistani government of giving the terrorist group Jaish a free run in Pakistan, saying it has allowed the group’s leader, Masood Azhar, “to operate and expand his terror infrastructure in territories under the control of Pakistan and to carry out attacks in India and elsewhere with impunity.”
Begum, who spoke to Sky News reporter John Sparks, said “a lot of people should have sympathy” toward her, as she urged her family to “keep trying to get me back [to the UK].” In response to earlier suggestions, she might pose a security threat and her return should be blocked—Begum said she was “just a housewife” and that British authorities had no evidence of her “doing anything dangerous.”
In an earlier interview with the Sunday Times, Begum was unrepentant about running away from home to join up with ISIS, saying “I don’t regret coming here.” She added she thought the so-called caliphate was corrupt and nearing collapse. “I don’t have high hopes. They are just getting smaller and smaller,” she said. “And there is so much oppression and corruption going on that I don’t really think they deserve victory.”
Begum described her nearly three years in the jihadi caliphate to The Times in an interview punctuated by shocking statements, like when she talked about seeing “beheaded heads” in bins, but added it “did not faze her.” When asked by Sky News about beheadings, she replied, “Yeah, I know about those things and I was OK with it. From what I heard, Islamically that is all allowed so I was OK with it,” she said.
According to testimony, the man used pepper spray inside the train car and ordered travelers to sit still while he stabbed two people. The drama took place at 5 pm in a commuter train car filled with travelers between Uppsala Central Station and Arlanda Airport. “The stabber screamed that we would not call the police and that everyone would sit still. It was really scary”, a woman who traveled with the train said.
Despite this alarm calls were received. And when the train arrived at Arlanda Airport, security guards were waiting on the platform to seize the man. Police inspector Dana Karim stated that the knifeman is suspected of attempted murder and that he understands that it has been a shocking experience for the afternoon travelers, but adds that he considers the event to have been harmless.
“It is important to emphasize that we regard this as an isolated event. There is no indication that this has posed any danger to the public”, Karim explained.
The assize court in Gard rejected Mr Kouider’s appeal after forensic evidence contradicted the 29-year-old’s claim that his killing of Kevin Roudesly, 21, had been an accident. A doctor’s report informed the court that the victim “had his jugular vein sliced and his lungs skewered by the blade”. Kouider has received a 30 year murder sentence.
Kouider, whose “archaic” views were likened to the Taliban by the advocate general, reportedly rejected the accusation that the murder was a crime driven by racism while the court heard that Kouider and his aunt refused to accept Imène’s relationship with Kevin ‘on the grounds that he was “French and non-Muslim”, the newspaper reported.
“There was nothing religious” about the killing, Kouider protested, telling the court that “even people who only talk about me in the negative” would characterise him as a “protector of the family”.