>>11894>The Minutemen don't advocate for a race war against all mutants/ghouls/synths/etc
The Minutemen hardly have a centralized command to do so, but their individual sects within communities very well might. Part of most of fallout's lore is that very few groups really understand the difference between feral and normal ghouls, so just generalized anti-ghoul bigotry is fairly common - it is why a lot of them shacked up with the Master. Ironically the Western BoS and the followers are about the only people who care enough to make the distinction, even towards super mutants seeing as the Followers help out in Jacobstown and the Mojave BoS were content with largely peaceful super-mutant neighbors.
Likewise for Synths, any military which is going to recruit from common people is going to inherent the bigotries of those common people, and most people fairly rightfully fear synths as a weapon of the Institute. There is hardly anybody in the whole of Fallout 4 who wants to effectively correct this - the Railroad can't or won't muster the energy to change social perceptions post-Institute and the Institute actively capitalizes on that fear to get compliance from Synths. The best case scenario is probably a Minutemen/BoS victory where the threat of the Institute becomes enough of a forgotten memory that the Minutemen or BoS realize that Synths aren't an active threat to humanity without the Institute and as such its just empty bigotry rather than semi-justified fear, just like how the NCR (largely) and the BoS ended up getting over their fear of ghouls and super-mutants post the defeat of the Master.>Also Fallout 4 confirms that the DC Brotherhood were purged and utterly destroyed for their revisionism from the fascist party line, and actually wanting to help people.
Wut? Elder Lyons died of old age and Sarah Lyons died in battle, and there was a succession of relatively unremarkable Elders until Maxon hit the stage. He ended the Super Mutant threat in a protracted campaign, further opened up recruitment to outsiders, and ended up reintegrating the BoS Outcasts from Fallout 3 through the promise that the military force and quasi-nation they were building was capable of both protecting technology and rebuilding civilization, and that a lot of the time they went pretty hand-in-hand. FalloutPost too long. Click here to view the full text.