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    The left wing versus right wing construct in my opinion goes back to the 20th century ideologies. The 20th century was the age of ideology which is now dead. However due to a lack of intellect, vision, a wish to conform and lack of guts very we have collectively not defined what the new positions are.

    I would say that one popular position is the New Ager position which says that we are all consciousness energy and we create our reality through thoughts.

    Another position is that modernism, the modern city space with all its trappings and green technologies etc.

    Another position is the State Marxism which is popular in the United States and Europe.

    Another position is traditionalism; that our society had a defined form and mode of functioning and that society is collapsing because we are deviating from that form.

    Some people would say that a person who says that there are 11 dimensions, believes in M theory etc. and that we can only perceive 0.005% of the reality in our own dimension cannot also be a traditionalist.

    I would argue that this is where the disconnect is. If the person who is promoting New Age / New Scientist, World is a Hologram etc. theory, this is really no different than Rene. Descartes said in the 15th century, that we are in an original position and extended into this reality.

    Some people who realised this thought it was a reason to say "reality does not exist, its just an illusion" therefore call efforts to organise society according to its traditional form a fascist order.

    My argument is that the realisation of these multiple layers is not argument for deconstructing the layer in this reality.



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    (Original post by Kibalchich)
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    This post is for people who have quite a deep understanding of many disciplines like politics, religion, philosophy, psychology and are able to connect the dots.


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    This post is for people who have quite a deep understanding of many disciplines like politics, religion, philosophy, psychology and are able to connect the dots.


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    (Original post by ZZZZZZsleep)
    This post is for people who have quite a deep understanding of many disciplines like politics, religion, philosophy, psychology and are able to connect the dots.


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    (Original post by Magda1502)
    Not you then.
    The OP has made the most intelligent post on here. I am assuming that you actually understand the post.


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    (Original post by Julius2013)
    The OP has made the most intelligent post on here. I am assuming that you actually understand the post.


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