BS, this is an apology for any ideology, no matter how extreme the ideology is, no matter how wrong, destructive or corrosive. This is an attempt to make the irrational rational. This is an argument in favor of the worst ideologies, including the one at hand that is based on racism, xenophobia, homophobia, and anti-Semitism.[/quote]
Not at all. What this does is place responsibility completely on the individual acting and does not stereotype. Everything that you said is your own BS, your own perception. Nothing more.
And again, since I never said that, you can argue it all you like. Not my position so I have nothing to say about it.You already have, you have done nothing but to repeat the same excuse, that the idea is not a problem. Again, the idea that other neo-Nazi skinheads should be the ones the to be critical of "the guy and his beliefs" is a recognition that there is something wrong with the beliefs, and you really think his beliefs are different from the group as a whole. That is pure naivety.
Again, when you want to discuss what I actually said, we can talk. If you want to discuss what you WANTED to me have said because it is far easier for your to debate, I'll just point out how you are misrepresenting thing, sit back, and watch you scream nonsense.Ridiculous, your standard for measuring whether an ideology is a "problem" is if it has 100% of adherents acting out. If they are only being anti-Semetic 99% of the time when they encounter a Jew ....thats OK. If they are committing racism 99% of the time they encounter non-whites...that's OK. In your world, it is only when these acts happen 100% of the time by 100% of the adherents that the ideology is a "problem". And you complain about B&W mindsets.
Ideas are ideas. Actions are actions. Does someone get arrested for killing another, or thinking about killing another?You are back again to separating the human from the idea, that there are no bad ideas.
Anti-semitism is an idea. Assaulting a Jew because of anti-semitism is a behavior. Since not all anti-semites assault Jews, the problem is with the individual. I have no love for anti-semitism. If you want to be an anti-semite, not associate with Jews, but not act on your anti-semitism, I do not care what you believe.Anti-Semitism is not a inborn behavior, it is an idea learned. It is not a socially accepted norm.
Do you understand the point, yet?