- Abortion, when the woman's life is not threatened, should always be illegal.
. Correct! The only exception that could be made is if the woman was raped, and then it depends on how you define "rape". In a "all or nothing" situation, I would be in favor for making those illegal as well, since the danger of allowing abortion at wild is far greater than the individual women who have been raped, which is why I find this argument repulsive. Making abortion illegal solves more than one problem. It helps to reduce demographic decline, it makes sure people take sex more seriously and it makes sure we are not commiting the biggest sin - killing.
- All authority should be questioned.
Yes and no! It will seem a little bit hypocritical, but such is life. In short, if the authority has its goals aligned with that of a just system, which I am a fan of, then there will be no need to question authority as they will be doing the best job possible. Some might make the argument that you always need to do that to keep authority in line, but all that will do is impede the authorities power when it comes to them fulfilling their duties. One simple example would be family disputes, which account to the majority of local police activity.
- An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.
Generally this is true, although there is room for exception. A country needs to show its resilience and willingness to defend itself in any way necessary when someone is going against it. National pride should be on the forefront when making a political decision on further actions to take. This way we ensure ourselves a seat on the bargaining table when it comes to wider geopolitics and power structures. With that in mind, such actions are often enough to ensure political power and diplomatic success on important to the country missions.
- Taxpayers should not be expected to prop up any theatres or museums that cannot survive on a commercial basis.
In an ideal society, yes. But currently, that would be needed until people en masse remember the benefits of maintaining and developing culture nationally and personally. These institutions often hold a significant societal value which cannot be removed. There should not be an overabundance of these structures, but there should be enough for the public. In short, public and private institutions, held to different standards, depending on the mission. One would be the preservation of culture, where the other will be pure profit.
- Schools should not make classroom attendance compulsory.
I honestly do not believe there are people who would want that if they are informed in the benefits education brings. Most of the people who think classroom attendance is trivial do not have a lot of faith in the educational system. While I do not blame them, they need to be shown that, if done properly, it brings goods to the table. There should also be a place for homeschooling since I do believe parents should be able to choose how their kids get brought up and that it will save needed resources, expecially in the current state of things.
- *All people have their rights, but it is better for all of us that different sorts of people should keep to their own kind.
The way I understand this is that we should acknowledge collectivism and group mentality exists, which is true. It implies that people should stick to their family, nation, race first while at the same time respecting the rights of others. I see little problems there if there is no multiculturalism, race mixing or displacement and such. This is, of course, true. In such a society, there will be no racial tensions, leading to less crime, more happiness and increased birthrates for all. And that is a good thing.
- Good parents sometimes have to spank their children.
Right on again. Children should be taught to respect authority from an early age and be shown the benefits of doing so. Much like some adults, children need to be occasionally spanked to teach them a lesson when they are being stubborn and trying to argue with you. There are countless examples, but the easiest one is to listen to the archives of Awesomestator, a Roblox streamer with a single mom.
- It's natural for children to keep some secrets from their parents.
This is true, but it should not be encouraged. While everyone should have their secrets, children will often mishandle them and parental supervisory would be beneficial in handling those and ensuring a proper uprising. The child will likely be affront to telling you those, which is why you should take up simple psychological tactics like inferring what their secret might be and explain your take on it. It is surprisingly effective and even if you are not on spot, you will earn your child's trust progressively.
- Possessing marijuana for personal use should not be a criminal offence.
I HATE these people so fucking much. DUDE WEED LMAO in a nutshell. People like these only care about short term pleasure and running from reality by relying on sedatives that have been proven to cause bad side effects like memory loss, laziness and general stupidity when not used in regulation by medical personnel. A culture of pot smokers will lead to a nation full of degenerates where acquiring pot will be a top priority. For these reasons and many others, possessing, smoking, dealing and others should be made illegal and it should be enforced properly with the possibility of increasing penalties.
- The prime function of schooling should be to equip the future generation to find jobs.
In its core, yes. School should be equipping the future generations with the necessary skills to be both beneficial to them and the job market. There should be a system which allows the honing of one's skill or interest area in an early stage. All current subjects should still be taught, but to a more generic baseline to be considered broad knowledge. The average person does not need to know about integral functions, primes and number theory. we have to keep in mind the levels of engagement of students and have groups per performance and drive. The effects would be greater if we couple in some basic life lessons under a single subject like doing your taxes, administrative work, political and religious education and others. That way we are ensuring every child at least covers the basics of adult life.
- People with serious inheritable disabilities should not be allowed to reproduce.
This sounds mean, but it is correct. I am a believer in eugenics and its effects on a country in regards to citizen performance, efficiency and financial value. There is no need for the country or society to cater to this and should be actively discouraged, if not banned. Too much money is wasted on treating rare diseases that less than a hundred people world wide have. Even if you are approaching this question from the empathetic side, just imagine how many homeless and hungry we can take care of with the medical expenses of just one person with Down syndrome for example. Furthermore, this ensures less disabilities will have a result to mutate into incurable variations even if a cure for its father was found, which happens fairly often.
- The most important thing for children to learn is to accept discipline.
I fully agree with this. Most often than not, parents will have the best of intentions for their children. In order to fit within society, authority needs to be shown at home at an early age. Else you get social miscreants, autists and other forms of degenerates. Respect for authority and thinking before you act about any action you might want to take forms the very basis of reasoning. If that is skewed, the person fails to perform averagely, becomes depressed and is often seen as an outcast. I believe this is the main reason parents resort to violence when teaching discipline.
- There are no savage and civilised peoples; there are only different cultures.
A brief outlook on history and current events can show this is not the case. Often those spouting this line of reasoning have ulterior motives for saying that. Be that their support of failed ideologies, their desire for more uneducated voters or just misplaced empathy, the result is the same - muddying opjective reality in order to fit a previously agreed on viewpoint. This allows for the spread of carelessness, social degradation and riots. There are people that like to molest kids or eat their friends/family because of their religion/culture and moving to the west would not change that. This is why there should be a huge division between the European peoples and most Jews, Muslims, Niggers etc.
- *Those who are able to work, and refuse the opportunity, should not expect society's support.
Yes. No one should expect to receive the result of someone else's work just because they are being lazy. The concept of "people living on benefits" and "eternal jobseeker" should be made obsolete by incentivizing people to seek employment by removing benefits and limiting it only to family units with kids. This will ensure that people contribute, even if only to survive, so that the normal hard working citizen does not need to pay for lazy cunts and minorities who just decide to milk a welfare state. Plain and Simple.
- When you are troubled, it's better not to think about it, but to keep busy with more cheerful things.
I would disagree here. Generally, you should be taking steps to address your problem or issue as fast as you can in order to avoid any complications due to delays or in some cases, fines and penalties. If you cannot solve it and you feel like you've done an exhaustive troubleshoot, you can give it a rest and try again when you have free time, as long as you do not ignore it. As people say, the longer a problem exists, the harder it is to fix.
- First-generation immigrants can never be fully integrated within their new country.
Of course. I would even wager to say that second and third generation often cannot fully integrate within their country. Just look at niggers in America. Even if that is an easy target, it is a valid one as Americans have tried for over 100 years to tame them in a civilized manner, only for some of them to realize the old methods worked better. Even if you look at countries like Sweden or the UK, you can observe the exact same thing with Muslims and Blacks going there. What is even worse is that they do not muddy the culture, they destroy it to the point you argue what is the native culture. Immigration, as said before, needs to be limited to below 0.1% of the country's population.
- What's good for the most successful corporations is always, ultimately, good for all of us.
Not really. A corporation functions very differently to a nation or citizen. Most corporations aim only to create profit, which is not the top priority for any good nation. If multiculturalism, for example, is good for most corporations, that does not mean that is good for society as it can be seen. In a sense, "corporations" should the the result of the nation's productivity or ingenuity, so it should already have its interests aligned with those of the citizens. That is, if we remove the multinationals, as it should be done. In the end, it comes to a case by case basis, but in most cases, the statement proclaimed will be false.
- No broadcasting institution, however independent its content, should receive public funding.
Well this is flat out wrong. There should be a channel, in my opinion, which broadcasts news from the government, explains changes made, hosts debates and proposals and also has a cultural and societal significance in day to day life. It should not be, by far, the only network in the nation, but to suggest the country does not have a right to a broadcast point is ridiculous. It should be free to compete with private channels, but at the same time should be propped up by citizens as an important informational source, even if its ratings are bad for whatever reason.