The debate "Radical centrism is basically the internet." was started by
April 4, 2019, 10:02 am.
9 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 26 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
9 visitors agree.
JDAWG9693, lalala, MADHURA, LucyTheDebatorQueen and 22 visitors disagree.
I would say some people are. But you are right. And I can't really disagree with you.
No. Debate topic. Just here to see what everyone says.
I don't understand what your point is.
Radical centrism is basically just liberalism (not in the American understanding of the word, look it up). Equating capitalism with nature, international institutions/globalization, weak left wing ideology, "pragmatic" politicians who aren't visionary but rather just promoting their bureaucratic skills as some form of competitive edge - that's a couple of examples of radical centrism in today's society. It's the dominating ideology in terms of media and political influence, yet far from popular as can be seen in many countries.
Are you suggesting most people on the internet are centrists with no clear ideology, who are just happy with status quo and take it for granted? The internet is probably more diverse than so. While loud as hell, alt-right type of folks and leftists are far from the only ones who use the internet, but they're examples of diversity.
Just here to observe.