I think blind tolerance is lazy morality. I don't tolerate something carte blanche if it's something I feel strongly about; IRL, this typically isn't much, IRL people tend to think of me as not especially imposing and frankly disinterested in what they are doing; as a teenager I gave into this kind of warped societal blind tolerance, because I wanted peace and love for all of mankind.
As I grew into an adult, I realized that peace and love for all mankind cannot be sustained by certain moral world views, that over-permissiveness is destructive, and that it's actually reached a point where people will tolerate just about anything, but then they often want to complain about the consequences of not having foresight.
Ni is foresight just as much as anything else; I developed it later in life, as a young pup I was much more of a easy target, gaining experience, tolerating the intolerable because I hated to judge people without first understanding them.
But then I learned that doing that is kind of stupid and can lead to horrible consequences; it's probably not a good idea to let heroin addicts ride in your car, and no that violently angry bf of yours is never going to change.
I used to always pity the hated.
The difference between then and now is adulthood, and a complete understanding of how morally wrong it is to allow all things, because it ironically impedes freedom, not gives it.
There has to be a balance.
Nico, you're a nihilist. We're never going to agree. You philosophically represent everything I eschew, and vice versa, and because we're both Fi types, we're never going to smile and wave at each other and pretend it's okay.