Is the best way to deal with political opposition to illegalize it?

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That is what political parties are trying to do. They present themselves as the norm and anything that directly contradicts their ideologies as extreme.
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not intended to be offensive btw
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yeah, basically

or make it seem like the opposition is completely ridiculous and instill fear into the general public that changing things will always be bad

the cons are p good at this
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(Original post by GoldenDawn卐)
Why are Nazi's so evil and extreme yet Communists ideologies who have killed between 85-100 million people aren't?

Nazi's and rise of fascism was a reaction to Communism

The hypocrisy of people never ceases to amaze me

Anti-fascist are anti-White, they are there to stop those opposing immigration that destroys White people

If fascism is evil then you are the real fascists

Preach about how fascists is racism, yet support the genocide of White people
So the burning question is -
Are you in support of the Nazi Party?
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I would say having a political/ voting system which allow everyone voice to be heard so people don't become disillusioned. As well as working to stop divide & rule tactics by our media & the government (e.g blame Johnny foreigner or immigrants or the poor or the disabled) and work to deal with the outrageous inequality which exists in our country (the divide between the have and the have nots) which we were doing so well to get rid up until the end of 1970s where neoliberalism has cause it to go down hill ever since.
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(Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
So the burning question is -
Are you in support of the Nazi Party?
he's in support of golden dawn which is close enough
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(Original post by proton & neutron)
I would say having a political/ voting system which allow everyone voice to be heard so people don't become disillusioned. As well as working to stop divide & rule tactics by our media & the government (e.g blame Johnny foreigner or immigrants or the poor or the disabled) and work to deal with the outrageous inequality which exists in our country (the divide between the have and the have nots)
This is such a huge fallacy on the part of left-wing politics. The ONLY side which ever plays divide and rule, with society anyway, is the left. It's men vs. women (feminism), ethnocentric vs. non-ethnocentric (biased narratives in favour of certain minority groups, i.e. tolerance and diversity), immigrant vs. resident (multiculturalism; if Blair didn't import 4 million migrants to 'rub the right's nose in diversity' there would be no divide and rule, people wouldn't even have a problem with immigration), Islam vs. Christianity (i.e., Tim Farron being questioned on hsi views on homosexuality in a way an Imam or Islamic leader never would be), young vs. old (lower the voting age!), rich vs. poor, etc.

The Guardian, for example, is just perpetual divide and rule; it doesn't advocate policy, all it does is advocate groups rights ahead of individual rights and prioritise self-interest and preferential treatment for the groups it manufactures oppression on behalf of.

Progressivism is all about identity, not policy. It stipulates that self-interest is perfectly acceptable if expressed by non-white, non-British residents, but when expressed by British residents it's the precise definition of racism, rape culture, xenophobia, sexual objectification, sexism, misogyny, Nazism, fascism, bigotry, little England, the old boy's club, and every other exploitative narrative they care to utilise to make everyone conform to their politically correct group think.

'Reverse racism (racism against white people) isn't real', the Huffington Post.

'White men should never hold elected position in British Universities again', the Independent.

'I prefer being around black people', Guardian author.

'White homosexual men must stop co-opting black female culture', NUS conference for women.

'White men should be banned from attending diversity events', Goldsmiths University diversity officer

'It would be rude to interfere with a Labour Party event segregated along gender lines to appeal to Muslim voters', Harriet Harman.

'We should tour schools teaching boys not to hit girls', Harriet Harman.

'We need to teach men not to rape', Salon, the Guardian, etc.

'St Andrews golf club shouldn't be male-only' (the BBC, despite hundreds of thousands of female only taxi firms, political party conferences, business conferences, gyms, workplace awards, networking groups, etc).

It goes on and on. The left is perpetual divide and rule and identity and group rights are always prioritised over the rights of the individual - all it knows is shame and guilt.
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(Original post by TheCitizenAct)
This is such a huge fallacy on the part of left-wing politics. The ONLY side which ever plays divide and rule, with society anyway, is the left.
I think you have miss understood what divide and rule is? Mainly get to groups to hate each other to weaken their power or the divert their attention to the real cause of their problem inequality in society.

For a start it isn't a Left wing or Right wing issue both side plays divide and rule for example the 1964 election campaign ‘if you want a n*****r neighbour, vote Labour’,The 1979 Scottish devolution referendum, Maggie Thatcher and the coal miners and now we have the working poor, the unemployed, the disabled, public sector worker, young people, immigrants and minority groups being blamed and victimised (the Poverty porn) to divert attention from the bankers/ fractional reserve banking system which cause the economic crisis.

Also Tony Blair is not on the left wing of politic and neither was new labour.

It's men vs. women (feminism), ethnocentric vs. non-ethnocentric (biased narratives in favour of certain minority groups, i.e. tolerance and diversity), immigrant vs. resident (multiculturalism; if Blair didn't import 4 million migrants to 'rub the right's nose in diversity' there would be no divide and rule, people wouldn't even have a problem with immigration), Islam vs. Christianity (i.e., Tim Farron being questioned on his views on homosexuality in a way an Imam or Islamic leader never would be), young vs. old (lower the voting age!), rich vs. poor, etc.

The Guardian, for example, is just perpetual divide and rule; it doesn't advocate policy, all it does is advocate groups rights ahead of individual rights and prioritise self-interest and preferential treatment for the groups it manufactures oppression on behalf of.

Progressivism is all about identity, not policy. It stipulates that self-interest is perfectly acceptable if expressed by non-white, non-British residents, but when expressed by British residents it's the precise definition of racism, rape culture, xenophobia, sexual objectification, sexism, misogyny, Nazism, fascism, bigotry, little England, the old boy's club, and every other exploitative narrative they care to utilise to make everyone conform to their politically correct group think.

'Reverse racism (racism against white people) isn't real', the Huffington Post.

'White men should never hold elected position in British Universities again', the Independent.

'I prefer being around black people', Guardian author.

'White homosexual men must stop co-opting black female culture', NUS conference for women.

'White men should be banned from attending diversity events', Goldsmiths University diversity officer

'It would be rude to interfere with a Labour Party event segregated along gender lines to appeal to Muslim voters', Harriet Harman.

'We should tour schools teaching boys not to hit girls', Harriet Harman.

'We need to teach men not to rape', Salon, the Guardian, etc.

'St Andrews golf club shouldn't be male-only' (the BBC, despite hundreds of thousands of female only taxi firms, political party conferences, business conferences, gyms, workplace awards, networking groups, etc).

It goes on and on. The left is perpetual divide and rule and identity and group rights are always prioritised over the rights of the individual - all it knows is shame and guilt.
That is not divide and rule that just a good old fashioned double standard; in the same way that:
(1) A sexually promiscuous woman is called a slut (pejorative) while a sexually promiscuous man is call a player (positive).

(2) A man crying is called a woos (pejorative) while a woman crying is seen positively.

(3) The top less debate

(4) Cross dressing women vs men

(5) Women have sexual relationships with other women vs men have sexual relationships with other men
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[QUOTE=Ser Alex Toyne;59460177]NOT INTENDED TO BE OFFENSIVE BTW

How da **** did you do that? Whenever I do just caps for a short message like that, it de-capitalises them all, and I have to include some other text to sort this out.
(Well it has only happened once, but it peed me off.)
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If you consistently deny someone the opportunity to talk in a free and fair manner about their opinions then they will, unsurprisingly, go find a place where people will listen.

The more you drive people away the more likely they will end up hating you.
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