Our Political Leanings -

Which ideology do you agree with the most?

  • Conservative (Republican)

    Votes: 25 18.7%
  • Liberal (Democrat)

    Votes: 10 7.5%
  • Socialist (International, Democratic, Libertarian, etc.)

    Votes: 15 11.2%
  • Communist (Maoist, Leninist, Stalinist, etc.)

    Votes: 4 3.0%
  • Anarchist (Anarcho-Syndicalism, Anarcho-Communism, Queer Anarchism, etc.)

    Votes: 4 3.0%
  • Libertarian (Anarcho-Capitlaism)

    Votes: 18 13.4%
  • National Socialism (Third Positionism, Nationalism, Strasserism, etc.)

    Votes: 13 9.7%
  • Centrist (Center-Left, Center-Right, Moderate)

    Votes: 31 23.1%
  • Apolitical (dgaf about politics)

    Votes: 14 10.4%

  • Total voters
    134

dopy

King Neptune's Chosen People
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since ~2015 been just a really bitter boy in general, to be honest, with you, fam
started with researching syria, been downhill since there in all directions
 
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Übertroon

Gotta go fast
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Grew up in a classical liberal household, school indoctrination pushed me towards liberalism until I entered high school and fell for lolbertarianism, but since 2012 I've been pushed towards reactionary national capitalist
 

underscoredash

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I just want Democrats to stop importing brown people that strain our infrastructure to gain more votes because the Neocon's couldn't stop gerrymandering.
 

Autumnal Equinox

Dinsdale!
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I'm a libertarian. Grew up with my mom and her side of the family as mostly Democrats and my dad and his side mostly Republicans. I was a liberal until my mid 20s or so until I started reading more extensively into libertarian beliefs and realized they gel much more strongly with me than what the liberal party has/had started to become.
 
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Sweetpeaa

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I'm a libertarian. Grew up with my mom and her side of the family as mostly Democrats and my dad and his side mostly Republicans. I was a liberal until my mid 20s or so until I started reading more extensively into libertarian beliefs and realized they gel much more strongly with me than what the liberal party has/had started to become.
Libertarianism is quite common among young people, especially ambitious ones. But there are the consequences and most of us know what they are. I'm not American but I've seen the social problems created in part because of withdrawal of the safety net in my own country. It's bad in Canada, homeless crisis is through the roof, meth heads are everywhere in our cities. We used to have clean streets, not clean enough to eat off but not like this. When Canada took a major center right path with reform conservatives all this crap appeared.
 

SuudsuAddict

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I consider myself center-right; however, I have a hodgepodge of opinions on different things. I'm a civil libertarian. I support capitalism, but I also think some limited regulations and a social safety net are good. I hate the public education system with a burning passion. I firmly believe in a non-interventionist foreign policy. I won't get into it here, but I really hate the social justice movement, identity politics, and any type of authoritarian collectivism whether it's social or economic and if it comes from the left or right. I'm also very pro-science, technology, and modernity, but I do acknowledge what is wrong with those things and how they can be manipulated for shitty reasons.

I believe in individualism while also aknowledging that it's not a perfect, absolute ideology. Likewise, I am an atheist but I happen to find the fedora crowd cringy and embarrassing. I say this as someone who loves religious studies as a hobby.
 
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Terrorist

Osama bin Ladkin
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Say what you will about National Socialism, but at least it's my ethos.

Used to be a libertarian, then a CivNat, until I became racially aware and a White Nationalist. I started as one of the earlier optics cuck "AmNats" (Fuentes and the groypers were after my time). Then I realized that where the state won't oppress whites and destroy western civ, corporations and culture will, and entryism into the GOP/Trump movement is useless as these are controlled opposition. The (((elites))) have settled on a cultural marxism-neoliberal capitalism ("socially liberal, fiscally conservative") combination as their preferred method of control, not the communist bogeyman the cold war relics who run conservative media tell us to fear.

It's the Kosher Sandwich. The conservative cries out as woke capital strikes him, "Yes daddy! Hurt me more!"
 
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littlearmalite

I *am* a Certified Hood Classic
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Grew up in a Baptist fundie household, but never really meshed with the ideology. Perhaps it was youthful naivete, perhaps it was something else, but all through high school and into college I drank the libtard Kool-Aid.

Then, after a bout with homelessness and alcoholism, I mellowed into the center-leftist I am now.
 

Trilby

Sorry, but not sorry!
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Grew up in a Baptist fundie household, but never really meshed with the ideology. Perhaps it was youthful naivete, perhaps it was something else, but all through high school and into college I drank the libtard Kool-Aid.

Then, after a bout with homelessness and alcoholism, I mellowed into the center-leftist I am now.
I find it's possible to grow out of what you thought you believed it when you were younger. It's more of exploring the world around you and realize the pros and cons contained.
 

VIPPER?

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People say I've gotten really right-wing, but I think it's that my politics have stayed pretty stable while everyone else has shifted left. I've always been pretty skeptical of things, but when all that's ever is in the media or a social media feed is woke left shit, it's easy to look like Literally Hitler when you say things are a little suss or that an opinion is hypocritical.
 

The Pink Panther

Pinky "Quartz" Universe
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When from being a Center-Leftie (who for some reason liked Bernie) to a Conservative Libertarian.

So not a big jump. When I started reading political philosophy, I created a foundation for my beliefs.
 

Harbinger of Kali Yuga

Because the world is SO BAD, like diet soda.
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I can't say I believe in anything. I sympathize with libertarians. I can enjoy being around with conservatives. I generally hate being around liberals even though I have a more liberal mindset about things like art and creativity. But I hate humorless people and self-righteous preachy pricks and that's most liberals these days, so...

Makes dating hard. You want someone that is nontraditional in their worldview and open-minded about a good many things but also someone pragmatic, sensible, and responsible and those people just aren't really there, at least not in women.

I don't believe in nationalism and have an anarchist mindset but I appreciate the pragmatism of nationalists and dislike the dishonesty of those with anarchist mindsets. I also recognize that this isn't my ideal world and you let a bunch of people in that don't share your values, you end up getting left behind and your life gets measurably worse.

I like capitalism but seeing how Amazon and Google have started controlling people, and how Google, Facebook, and Twitter all control what you think, I'm not so thrilled about laissez faire. I'm not going to say the government is the root cause of all ills the way libertarians do and the way socialists do about capitalism. It's not that I am for or against laissez faire, I just can't believe in anything when it seems like all solutions just become the problem over time.

I believe in drug legalization heavily and I believe that a chemical escape is the only true joy anyone will find in this world, and especially in the future world that's coming.

I feel like my hacker culture mindset I grew up with just paved the way to allow other, worse people to control us.

I enjoy cultural diversity and discovering new things, practices, fashions, and cuisines and I admire even African cultures but that doesn't mean I can't enjoy racist jokes, acknowledge that not all cultures are equal nor do I have to respect them, that there is some value in cultural homogeneity, nor does it mean I have to hate whitey or appreciate forced "diversity" sessions where all the discussions about culture are superficial and stereotyped anyway. You really want to discuss culture with someone, you talk about what you like AND DON'T LIKE about your culture and their culture, together.

As time goes on I believe in so much less; I don't know the right answer to anything, hell, I don't even know what the questions really are. I'm not even sure any of it matters anymore. I'm not sure there's much worth fighting for.
 

King Ghidorah

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Mostly just a modern non-neocon, non-fundie shithead conservative. Although in some ways I guess I would say I have authoritarian leanings the events of the world have convinced me that maybe some people don't know what's best for them and sometimes a nation needs someone who cuts straight through the bureaucracy and bile and just get shit done.

That honestly probably attracted me to if not monarchism entirely then at least monarchist aesthetics
 

Austrian Conscript 1915

133 days in Przemysl
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What are these choices? it's either you're a conservative or a nazi, and I'm neither. There's something in between those two, that being like a reactionary, nationalist, paleo-con, or a monarchist. There isn't a definite name for that position but it exists and isn't represented in this poll.

anyways I'm a Stalinist so this doesn't concern me anyways
 
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