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- Do us a favor, stop thinking so hard.--Jpatt 21:20, 11 May 2009 (EDT)
- So the picture should stay? I was simply saying that the picture didn't seem appropriate.BOlsen
- Political cartoons are appropriate. You can suggest a picture with no guaranty of inclusion.--Jpatt 21:39, 11 May 2009 (EDT)
Good article but...
I was directed here by Addison after a query regarding US liberalism. This cleared up my understanding, thanks, but I fail to see what Hitler has to do with this? Very curious. MaxFletcher 16:38, 21 March 2011 (EDT)
- I am hesitant to make a wholesale change to this page but the section in question directs to a page with thew exact same information. Should it be a "See also"? MaxFletcher 16:41, 21 March 2011 (EDT)
"Kwe19772002" just blanked the entire page so I reverted it. Nothing but vandalism could have been in mind when it happened. BobSherman 21:26, 20 July 2011 (EDT)
comparison between naziism and communism.
Point 4 of the comparison looks wrong. The bit from the communist manifesto is about confiscating the property of rebels and emigrants (people who have left the country), the nazi policy talks about expelling people who have moved to Germany, and the analysis talks about the property of Jews (some of whom would have lived in Germany all their lives) being confiscated. Basically they are almost completely unrelated. I'm not really sure what to do about it though, I don't own the communist manifesto or a copy of Nazi policies but perhaps someone who does could find some facts that actually are related. Alternatively I could just delete that bit (not really sure how that works in a list though).Cmurphynz 05:24, 9 July 2012 (EDT)
- It still made no sense, so I just deleted that part.Cmurphynz 03:23, 17 July 2012 (EDT)
Article should be serious in its analysis of liberalism and showing criticism by conservatives like Edmund Burke, not using slanderous childish posters of the "brain of a liberal" that is just as childish as a liberal posting a poster of a "brain of a liberal". Why not be more serious?
The schematic of a "brain of a liberal" is plain stupid and childish, just as a "Liberalapedia" would be stupid to have a schematic of a "brain of a conservative" would be. If people here are serious and want to put conservative criticisms of liberalism here, look at Edmund Burke's criticism of the French Revolution that he claimed was dangerously radical because it was completely disassociated with traditionalism unlike the Glorious Revolution and American Revolution that Burke claimed were based on tradition. Why not be more serious to be taken seriously?--TheQuestioner 11:51, 3 August 2012 (EDT)