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HAVE YOU BEEN BRAINWASHED?
IDEOLOGY AND ETHICS SURVEY
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25.

Why should we prefer forms of protectionism to borderless free trade?
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(- 5) A strong environmental
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.(+5) A strong genetic
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We should favor free trade because it  
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"Protectionism" means "charity begins at
may quickly increase commerce     home" which is both instinctive and moral
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We can relocate industry abroad and  
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Foreigners can be unpredictable and can
trust foreigners will not confiscate it  
expropriate American holdings abroad
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Free trade can reduce special privi-  
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We require long term reinvestment in
  leges and restructure home industries     white communities as well as our industry
 
   
sample arguments on both sides of this issue
 
   

 

26.

Why do civilizations tend to go through long historic boom-bust life cycles rather than steadily grow in wisdom and effectiveness?
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(- 5) A strong genetic
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.(+5) A strong environmental
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Civilizations decline as innate popula-  
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They decline because growth creates
tion quality declines and criminals rise     too much complexity that causes mistakes
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Class divisions that protect superior  
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Civilizations create too many class con-
racial characteristics prolong vitality  
flicts which result in ruinous infighting
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To resurge, civilizations must form a  
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To resurge, they must absorb new ideas
  newly competent, decriminalized elite     from outside and pursue a new approach
 
   
sample arguments on both sides of this issue
 
   

 

27. Why have white conservatives been so ineffective in America?
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. . . ethical issue:
 


.(+5) An opposing perspective on
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. . .. the same ethical issue:
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Conservatives wisely pull punches be-  
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They are too focused on limited issues
cause white nationalism is untenable     rather than restoring full white sovereignty
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They wisely support Zionism over  
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Too many are weaklings who allow Jews
their own interests to remain "moral"  
to saddle them with Holocaust guilt
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They benefit from "diversity" by en-  
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They have been infiltrated by Judas Goats
  listing former Trotskyite neo-con Jews     Also, wealthy whites have been apathetic
 
   
sample arguments on both sides of this issue
 
   

 

28.

Where should we locate "system risk" in the creation of money and credit?
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(- 5) A strong decentralization
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.(+5) A strong centralization
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It is less barbaric for local banks to  
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Local bank failure so barbaric that central
fail than to accumulate nationwide risk     banks and taxpayers must absorb risk
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Money creation should be kept out of  
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We can trust politicians and central bank-
hands of politicians who only abuse it  
ers to make wise central planning moves
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The system should punish loan officers  
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Financial institutions can consolidate be-
  where their judgment problems begin     cause they can self-police and be global
 
   
sample arguments on both sides of this issue
 
   

 

29.

Should covert operations require more rather than less civilian oversight?
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(- 5) One perspective on an
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. . . ethical issue:
 


.(+5) An opposing perspective on
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. . .. the same ethical issue:
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Yes, the modus operandi resembles  
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No, evil foreigners outside U.S. laws re-
organized crime and is very dangerous     require rough handling, other standards
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Long run national security means be-  
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We must preemptively strike terrorist

ing a good neighbor, not secrecy  
suspects without normal evidence to win
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Lack of oversight is tyrannical and of-  
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At home we must maximize constriction
  ten cover for forms of corruption     of civil liberties just to make sure
 
   
sample arguments on both sides of this issue
 
   

 

30. Should we treat the U.S. Constitution like a secular state religion?
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(- 5) A strong centralization
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.(+5) A strong decentralization
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We require religious patriotic feeling  
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Constitution originally a contract between
for this document to bind the nation     states, never meant to be a religion
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Since government officials take a holy  
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Since created, all the worst fears of the
vow we can trust them to self-police.  
anti-Federalists have been fulfilled
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Supreme Court "high priests" required  
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The real sinew are Anglo-Saxon indigen-
  to interpret mysteries of government     ous roots. When they go, it is just paper
 
   
sample arguments on both sides of this issue
 
   




 

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