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Cancelling people-friendly values.
A personal assessment.
I consider my values wholesome. I respect individual liberty and care about those who struggle in society. Nevertheless, within the last two years, I've been discredited as a right-wing extremist, Nazi, transphobe and conspiracy theorist. I've lost my job, and social media accounts just for, in my opinion, saying and doing the right thing: standing up for our rights. So I took the time to write down my worldview: you may assess it yourself.
I have already lived in several countries, and I love to get to know different cultures and broaden my horizons. However, I still oppose mass immigration and this globalist movement. We don't need a global cultural mishmash but a high degree of cultural diversity. The higher the degree of local patriotism, the lower the chances the announced Great Reset could be executed.
I support equal rights for women, POC, homosexuals and even trans people. However, I have the impression that it's currently white heterosexual men that the mainstream media discriminate against. It's simply wrong to impose extremist ideologies (i.e. pronouns, BLM, coronism) on a whole population. By the way, there are only two sexes, and no, being genderfluid is not a thing!
I believe that education and health systems should be free. However, I oppose the degree of indoctrination children are experiencing and health policies that don't tackle the root cause of diseases.
I believe that communalism (don't confuse this with communism) is the best form of living together. Producing food and trading on a small scale is the most resilient strategy for being self-sustainable. This approach also reduces the power of large multinationals such as Nestlé and Unilever that primarily distribute products that make us sick.
I oppose a strong state. The only tasks of a state are to provide the required infrastructure for people to live their daily lives and guarantee its citizens' safety. Oppressing its citizens and forcing them to participate in medical experiments are not one of them.
Journalism should be objective. I consider posture journalism and "fact-checking" PR agencies dangerous to freedom. It's worrisome that referring to the work of independent journalists is usually dismissed as conspiratory lies. It is we who are protecting constitutional liberties and oppose what Orwell has warned us about in his book 1984.
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