yay, I finally caught up to the end of the thread!
"No person exists outside of ALL moral standards, since part of human development is the formation of social patterns. If there is any formation of morals, then moral declarations of right and wrong exist for the individual. So to say that moral relativity means there is no right and wrong, applies only to being that doesn't exist."
The issue in this is that 'existing for the individual' means it varies from person to person, and is therefore an opinion. Again, in such a system there are many contradictory views on issues that a society would face. If you accept that there is no objective, absolute right and wrong, then there is no reason to accuse Hitler of wrongdoing.
But you did address this earlier when you said there is not good or bad, but construction and destruction. I believe your implication was that destructive behavior such as Hitler's costs the society as a whole and should therefore be avoided.
What this says, in essence, is that Hitler's behavior was bad because it hurt society as a whole. If it is true that Hitler's behavior was bad because it hurt society, then anything else that hurts society would be bad, right? If the objective is societal growth, then anything that prevents or halts that is bad. Your argument for construction v destruction is then just a renaming of good and bad.
Your statement about 1=3, if this is a reference to the trinity, that is a completely different topic that gives even the most apt theologians migraines. If it is simply an expression of God's inability to make 2 things that don't equal each other eqaul, then it is merely an argument of semantics, is it not? Like "God can't make a 4 sided triangle." This is simply an argument that says a triangle is by definition, 3 sides. If it has a 4th side it is no longer a triangle. The simple answer is, yes. God did make a triangle with a 4th side. We know it as a square.
I do appreciate your arguments. They are very thought provoking and challenging to me. But where I am it is 1:55 in the morning and I need to sleep. I look forward to resuming this once the sun wakes back up.