View Poll Results: What Political Philosophy Characterizes You Best?

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  • Paleo-Conservatism (Reactionism)

    40 21.51%
  • Neo-Conservatism (neo-Liberalism)

    7 3.76%
  • Communism (Authoritarian-Left)

    10 5.38%
  • Anarchism

    21 11.29%
  • Libertarianism (Anarcho-Capitalism)

    21 11.29%
  • Fascism (Authoritarian-Right)

    55 29.57%
  • Other (please specify)

    32 17.20%
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    Post Which Political Philosophy Characterizes You Best?/ Quiz

    I know many threads dealing with the same subject have been created prior to this, yet this one in particular will not be accompanied by a link to a site or test that "measures" one's political orientation.

    Reason being is that I find such tests are geared towards those who are unaware of where they stand politically and wish to know where they stand.

    Obviously, this is not the case with members of this board, who are aware of various political ideologies and the beliefs by which are affiliated with them, and thus, are probably more adept at "classifying" and defining their beliefs than a test is.

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    I find it difficult to squeeze my views on 1,001 different philosophical, spiritual, political, economical, cultural and social issues into the straight-jacket of an ideological label. I arrive at my view points by application of the methods of observation and reason, though, hence I'd characterize myself as a rationalist.

    Looked upon my views from the bird eyes' view, trying to synthesize, I probably tend to as little state as possible and laissez-faire in social issues and the sphere of civil rights; a free market economy based on an index currency (i. e. minus capitalism, exploitation, speculation, banks, taxes, interests, &c.) with a reasonable social security net economically; and to conservative, protective values when it comes to gender issues, family, ethnicity, race, nation and culture.

    If you still need a label to put me into a mental drawer, then Conservative Libertarian or Conservative Anarchist fits probably best.

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    How do I change my vote? I'm not REALLY libertarian although libertarianism takes on some meaning in a homogeneous environ.

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    Could you explain Paleo-Conservatism?

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    Could you explain Paleo-Conservatism?
    Paleo-Conservatism pertains to a Conservative philosophy which is no longer associated with today's Conservatism (Neo-Conservatism), as the political spectrum is gradually shifting further and further left, making conservatism a relative term.

    Therefore, one adhering to this ideology does not want to maintain the status quo as do many of today's Conservatives, rather wishes to return to a prior societal structure which previously existed.

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    Ah, thanks for that. I don't think my views fit any of those perfectly probably Paleo-Conservatism with some Fascism thrown in. Pal-Con it is I guess.

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    *blinks*

    I would be... Traditionalist nationalist-racialist socialist. Or something. *votes Paleo-Con*
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    My political philosophy or Weltanschauung would have indeed also elements that could be characterized as "Conservative", but I just would not have the heart to make a mouseclick on "Paleo-Conservative" when I think of that that's probably what guys like Helmut Kohl would vote.
    Also "Fascism" isn't really the vote to take, because it causes thousand misleads of what you want and think - because of no word the interpretation of what it means and is connected with in public, lies more in the hands of its political and intellectual opponents.

    So I took "others". Specify? - Perhaps very short as "Conservative Revolutionary": That would express that I want the old, even archaic old spirit and life of our culture and race renewed in all aspects, but through "revolutionary" acting and changes, and always with the highest form of social and technical "modernism".

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    If that option existed I'd immediately withdraw my vote from Paleo-Con (if I could) and throw it behind CR. Conservative Revolution definetly sums up everything I stand for.
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    I didn't see folkish, organic National Socialism as a choice up there.

    Fascism and National Socialism aren't the same thing, of course.
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