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I'm a libertarian and therefore strongly believe in freedom of choice and voluntary association. I basically believe that people have the right to do anything provided it doesn't infringe on the rights of others.

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So guys, what're your political ideologies?
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Fascism. Sieg Kaiser Reinhard!
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Social conservative, fiscal liberal. There isn't really a blanket title for this since it's an odd combination in the U.S.
 
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I'm close to the Center.
I believe that too much Extremism in any political Direction (left vs right and authoritarian vs libertarian) is not constructive.
 
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National Socialist
 
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Right Conservative.
 
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Communism
 
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My political views are outside the traditional spectrum. I'm neither left, right, nor center.

The traditional political spectrum is completely flawed, and should be destroyed.
 
Jul 10, 2015 8:41 AM
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The ideology of not really caring about political shamwow.

If I had to pick, it would be far away from both extremes.
 
Jul 10, 2015 8:42 AM
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in the us im id be called far left in most other places id be call centerist
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Esoteric volkish pagan national socialism as espoused by Miguel Serrano, Savitri Devi, and Himmler / Wulf Sörensen ॐ 卍 💖
 
Jul 10, 2015 9:10 AM

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Woah deja vu?

Anyways, I am too young to have a fully based, logical political stance however I do have some opinions that are probably wrong. That being said most of MAL is Right-wing.
 
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Leftist



 
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MrHawkeye said:
Woah deja vu?

Anyways, I am too young to have a fully based, logical political stance however I do have some opinions that are probably wrong. That being said most of MAL is Right-wing.


Makes a nice change from most of the internet sjw madness. Btw that Supergeil song is awesome sickness.
 
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FahtahSensei said:
MrHawkeye said:
Woah deja vu?

Anyways, I am too young to have a fully based, logical political stance however I do have some opinions that are probably wrong. That being said most of MAL is Right-wing.


Makes a nice change from most of the internet sjw madness. Btw that Supergeil song is awesome sickness.


Sure maybe, but like Spooks said It kinda gets boring when everyone agrees.

Isn't it supergeil, friedrich is best guy.
 
Jul 10, 2015 9:46 AM

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If you paid attention to my post, you'd say I'm a far leftist.
 
Jul 10, 2015 10:32 AM

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I'm a libertarian with an affinity for anarcho-syndicalism.
 
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Comic_Sans said:
Rainbow stalinist

I read that as rainbow satanist
 
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WyNdZ said:
Comic_Sans said:
Rainbow stalinist

I read that as rainbow satanist
Nico- said:
@Comic_Sans oh no y arnt ppl dieing i need more ppl dieing rly gud plot avansement jus liek tokyo ghoul if erbudy dies amirite
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@Comic_Sans I hate to insult you on forums but you are just a troll so just go kill yourself already bitch
 
Jul 10, 2015 10:46 AM

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Islamist- if there's one political ideology by that name out there. Because in my book, there is.
[i]"Yet each man kills the thing he loves,
By each let this be heard,
Some do it with a bitter look,
Some with a flattering word,
The coward does it with a kiss,
The brave man with a sword!''
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Islamist- if there's one political ideology by that name out there. Because in my book, there is.


That's more than one set of ideology.
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teruu said:
2-methylgeniol said:
Islamist- if there's one political ideology by that name out there. Because in my book, there is.


That's more than one set of ideology.


Except the 'one' is just 'one'.
[i]"Yet each man kills the thing he loves,
By each let this be heard,
Some do it with a bitter look,
Some with a flattering word,
The coward does it with a kiss,
The brave man with a sword!''
~Oscar
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Jul 10, 2015 11:27 AM

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Imperialist Fascist Obviously.
 
Jul 10, 2015 11:46 AM

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In the US, both political parties are pretty conservative overall. I don't agree with either on everything, but I'm a registered Democrat. Generally would call myself a Blue Dog Democrat lol but both parties tend to hate those, so I usually keep my mouth shut. :[
 
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Comic_Sans said:
WyNdZ said:

I read that as rainbow satanist


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Anarcho capitalism.
 
Jul 10, 2015 12:56 PM

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I don't feel the need to define my opinions anymore. I am pragmatic. Politically, I can sympathize with Edmund Burke, J S Mill, Mary Wollstonecraft, Rawls, I think Bismarck is a role model.


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Rainbow stalinist

The most murderous of them all


War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse.





 
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I'm left wing.
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Marxism–Leninism
 
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Anarchism. My own individual thoughts are partially inspired by the Max Stirner, David Graeber and Emma Goldman, for the most part.

If you're interested in any of this try wiki searching any of those people, they have pretty good write-ups.

I'm mostly interested in the cultural side of anarchism; communities that operate under egalitarian and individualist principals, strong connections with feminist thought and practice, close relationship with the indigenous people of this land, and sweet fucking punk and metal shows with no oppressive bros.
I also like the revolutionary aspects, I just don't see them as very practical in the world we live in, unfortunately... (black guards, CNT, free territory, etc..)
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Oh wow there are a lot of commies here!

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not actually...
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Im pretty liberal when it comes to social issues while being slightly to the left for everything else
 
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I always consider myself as an anarcho-socialist.

TheDarkOneCrona said:
Oh wow there are a lot of commies here!

BETTER DEAD THAN RED

Anarchism is closer to communism than to liberalism, historically and philosophically.
 
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Anarchism is closer to communism than to liberalism, historically and philosophically.


That depends, I think. They are both pretty similar to anarchism though. Liberalism focuses on individual freedoms and communism focuses on equality, or at least equal power share. Anarchy ideally has a free (from the government) and equal (in power) society. I could be being ignorant though. :P

But yeah, that's all ideally. Like ideally America is a capitalistic society, but in practice it is a corporatism. :[
 
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I don't feel the need to define my opinions anymore. I am pragmatic. Politically, I can sympathize with Edmund Burke, J S Mill, Mary Wollstonecraft, Rawls, I think Bismarck is a role model.


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Rainbow stalinist

The most murderous of them all


Thats more of Realpoltik, something I actually do follow.
 
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Thats more of Realpoltik, something I actually do follow.




That's my boy


War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse.





 
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My ideology is essentially a mixture of conservatism and populism.

I am completely indifferent towards libertarianism and fascism as I see the appeal of both.
 
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Stalinist.

Staunchly anti-Libertarian.

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My political views are outside the traditional spectrum. I'm neither left, right, nor center.

The traditional political spectrum is completely flawed, and should be destroyed.


And what would this complete restructuring of the economy... in a direction hitherto unknown... actually look like?
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AnnoKano said:
Working_Designs said:
My political views are outside the traditional spectrum. I'm neither left, right, nor center.

The traditional political spectrum is completely flawed, and should be destroyed.


And what would this complete restructuring of the economy... in a direction hitherto unknown... actually look like?


Well you see, the problem with right-wing, is that it's heavily influenced by religion, and the problem with left-wing, it that it's heavily influenced by logic, and neither of those things exist.

There needs to be a different spectrum, a circle, that relies heavily on thoughts, facts, and feelings, which is something that everyone knows is real.

This may take several years to come into fruition, but future generations will make it happen.
 
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Working_Designs said:
AnnoKano said:


And what would this complete restructuring of the economy... in a direction hitherto unknown... actually look like?


Well you see, the problem with right-wing, is that it's heavily influenced by religion, and the problem with left-wing, it that it's heavily influenced by logic, and neither of those things exist.

There needs to be a different spectrum, a circle, that relies heavily on thoughts, facts, and feelings, which is something that everyone knows is real.

This may take several years to come into fruition, but future generations will make it happen.


But what do you believe, exactly?

Because the contention I am making is, that you cannot be outside the political spectrum unless you are living in a society with an entirely different social structure. Like, feudalism is outside of this political spectrum, but I do not think you believe in that, nor do I think you (or anyone else) can foresee the successor to Liberalism.
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AnnoKano said:
Working_Designs said:


Well you see, the problem with right-wing, is that it's heavily influenced by religion, and the problem with left-wing, it that it's heavily influenced by logic, and neither of those things exist.

There needs to be a different spectrum, a circle, that relies heavily on thoughts, facts, and feelings, which is something that everyone knows is real.

This may take several years to come into fruition, but future generations will make it happen.


But what do you believe, exactly?

Because the contention I am making is, that you cannot be outside the political spectrum unless you are living in a society with an entirely different social structure. Like, feudalism is outside of this political spectrum, but I do not think you believe in that, nor do I think you (or anyone else) can foresee the successor to Liberalism.


I am the successor to Liberalism. While there are many things I like about the left wing, there are also many things wrong with it. Too many young left wingers want to have their cake and eat it too, and while they're nowhere near as bad as right wingers, they still have a huge problem assessing how things work, and how to make a good argument.
 
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Working_Designs said:

Well you see, the problem with right-wing, is that it's heavily influenced by religion, and the problem with left-wing, it that it's heavily influenced by logic, and neither of those things exist.

There needs to be a different spectrum, a circle, that relies heavily on thoughts, facts, and feelings, which is something that everyone knows is real.

This may take several years to come into fruition, but future generations will make it happen.


Those aren't the problems with either party though... And logic doesn't exist?

The problem is that there are only two real parties, and that everything is essentially grouped into one or another, even if somethings are contradictory. For example, conservatives fight for "right to life" because they believe it to be murder and murder morally wrong/ against religion, yet they support both the death penalty and lax gun regulations.
 
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Working_Designs said:

I am the successor to Liberalism. While there are many things I like about the left wing, there are also many things wrong with it. Too many young left wingers want to have their cake and eat it too, and while they're nowhere near as bad as right wingers, they still have a huge problem assessing how things work, and how to make a good argument.


OK, one last try: what do you actually believe?

Should we tax people to pay for public services?

Should we leave the market to operate on its own?
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AnnoKano said:
Working_Designs said:

I am the successor to Liberalism. While there are many things I like about the left wing, there are also many things wrong with it. Too many young left wingers want to have their cake and eat it too, and while they're nowhere near as bad as right wingers, they still have a huge problem assessing how things work, and how to make a good argument.


OK, one last try: what do you actually believe?

Should we tax people to pay for public services?

Should we leave the market to operate on its own?


You really think that there's only 2 ways, don't you?

This is why the government is a circlejerk.
 
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