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PerfectSociety wrote

but all the things you described are just different views of how to run a society

You could say that about basically every disagreement in politics. "Different view of how to run a society" isn't something to be minimized or trivialized. For a supporter of slavery and genocide, it's true that those are "just different views of how to run a society". That doesn't mean it's worth respecting that person or those views.

Boarders may be jail to you sure, but to someone else they may mean something else.

Again, you could say that about basically every disagreement in politics. For a supporter of slavery and genocide, those things mean something different to them than to me. That doesn't mean it's worth respecting that person or those views.

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ehsbsh wrote

allright, but it seems unfair to compare somthing like slavery to boarders.

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PerfectSociety wrote

Slavery is more deplorable, but Borders are also deplorable. The point is that "different views of how to run a society" aren't something to be scoffed at, nor considered trivial in deciding whether or not an individual is deserving of my respect.