I think the idea of thinking “neutral” is not helpful in politics. I think it is important to understand that we are dealing with two very different things when it comes to politics. I don’t think “neutral” and “left” are the same thing. “Left” is a political movement based on a belief that the left has done more in the world than the right. This is a movement for people who are on the left.
For example, there is a very active left on reddit. There is a very active right too, but the right on reddit is based around a very different philosophy. The right believes that everyone should be free. For example, “I just watched a video yesterday of a right wing pastor spewing hatred for LGBT people. I believe that people should be able to express themselves freely. I think all people are entitled to the same rights.
The people on the right on reddit have no problem with that. They like to talk about the free speech issue as well.
The internet is a very big place, but it’s also a very dangerous place for those who don’t have the right attitude. There are many more right-wing subreddits than left-wing ones, and they’re all filled with posts that are hateful, racist, sexist, and/or xenophobic. I think it’s very important to know who you are and what you believe in before you post a controversial post.
I was a little surprised when I read that the left and right have no problem with each other. But I also think its important to realize that there are many more right-wing subreddits than left-wing ones. The more subreddits like this, the more right-wing posts that are being shared on the internet, and the more right-wing comments there are in general, the more likely there will be a right-wing backlash.
Most subreddits are fairly neutral, and many of those are right-wing, but there are plenty of subreddits that are left-wing. This is an important lesson. You can often find discussions where a left-wing person disagrees with a right-wing person, or a left-wing person agrees with a right-wing person, but the majority of people in the left- and right-hand sides of these discussions just don’t care enough to disagree.
It is very likely that this is due to the fact that there are very few discussions where there is a consensus, or more specifically a counterpoint. In those cases, people who are left-leaning often disagree with right-leaning people, but there is still a very strong tendency for the left-wing people to disagree with the right-wing people.
This is a problem with politics on reddit, where people who see themselves as left-leaning are left-leaning. To be politically correct, people on both sides of the political line would have to agree on everything. If they were to disagree, they would probably be in disagreement with each of their own side.
This does make it harder for our side to disagree with each other, but the fact is, this tendency to disagree is perfectly normal. People on both sides of the political line agree with each other on many facets of life, and that includes the right to disagree with each other. It’s normal for people on both sides of the political line to disagree with each other. Just because one side is left-leaning doesn’t mean that the other side is necessarily right-leaning.