Claims about what ought to be can’t be tested so they are not capable of being either true or false.
Thus spoke Sev
Let’s test Sev’s assertion.
Genocide ought not to happen.
Is this claim capable of being false?
If it is capable of being false, under what circumstances would you approve of genocide?
If it is not capable of being false, then admit your statement is wrong.
Prediction: Sev will either ignore this or he will engage in mealy-mouthed “it is not capable for me to believe it is false, but damned if I am able to say the same to the next Hitler who comes along.”
Sev, when your metaphysics force you to say stupid things, you should probably reexamine your metaphysics. I doubt that you will.