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What does "far right tilt" actually mean in the context of the EU in 2024?

The specifics depend on the particular country, but usually ultranationalism, including anti-EU positions and right wing populism; in essence scapegoatism against refugees, minorities and this entire ...
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What does "far right tilt" actually mean in the context of the EU in 2024?

Anti-Immigrant, Pro-Pollution, Nationalist A simple description of the European far-right might be: Anti Immigrant - they want to drastically cut immigration and possibly expel recent arrivals Pro-...
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What does "far right tilt" actually mean in the context of the EU in 2024?

The term "Far Right" is a thought-terminating cliché used by the Left that is used to paint anyone who disagrees with the Left as just "bad people". You will never hear a Leftist ...
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What does "far right tilt" actually mean in the context of the EU in 2024?

Across the EU, the far right is not a uniform, homogeneous group. The Rassemblement National, the French far right party, distanced itself from the AfD, the German far right party, over remarks about ...
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What does "far right tilt" actually mean in the context of the EU in 2024?

There are traditional conservative parties, in the EU these are part of the EPP. 'Far right' or 'nationalist' generally refers to any political parties or groups of parties that are to the right of ...
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What does "far right tilt" actually mean in the context of the EU in 2024?

The EU does not have a unified political culture. There were 27 distinct elections for 27 distinct contingents of EU legislators, who will then try to fit into Europe-wide factions. From time to time, ...
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The flaw in the [rationalism = utopian = socialism] and [empiricism = realism = liberalism] Burkean argument

I mean when he speaks of "British empiricist traditions" and "French rationalist tradition", I assume that he refers to this distinction between continental and analytical ...
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The flaw in the [rationalism = utopian = socialism] and [empiricism = realism = liberalism] Burkean argument

An obvious problem with that reasoning is that it completely ignores the specific circumstance of being which heavily influences if not outright determines the consciousness, as noted by Marxism. ...
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The flaw in the [rationalism = utopian = socialism] and [empiricism = realism = liberalism] Burkean argument

Drawing the line "rationalism" --> "socialism" --> "stalinism", seems quite flawed, for a lot of reasons: (1) Rousseau (whom Hayek cites along with French ...
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Why is the Young America's Foundation talking about social issues all day long?

Because they see "Social Issues" as Mobilizing Pew's political segmentation polling notes that about a quarter of Republican voters are what they call Faith and Flag Conservatives. FFCs are ...
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Why is the Young America's Foundation talking about social issues all day long?

I guess that's called "culture war": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_war#1991%E2%80%932001:_Rise_in_prominence https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_war#2012%E2%80%93present:...
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Republican and Social Conservative Manifesto

In 2020 the Republican Party reissued its 2016 platform. They will likely issue a new one for 2024 but as of right now that's their most official statement of values. There's no "nonchristian&...
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