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Politiscales - Political Compass Test
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Pragmatism : politics objectively boil down to looking at where the problems are and trying to solve them according to the means available.

Complotism : the biggest problems of our society are the work of a small group of people. It is then essential to find them, inform the people of their objective and neutralize them.

Monarchism : society should be organized around a king.

Missionnary : for you religon is important, especially yours. It is therefore appropriate to spread it as globally as possible.
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Welcome to the Third Position friend.

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Fatherland * Work * Liberty
- overwhelming Essentialism, Capitalism, and Laissez-faire
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12-10-2019 04:06 PM
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The problem with the questions, especially pertaining to Capitalism is that we are responding with respect to how things would work in a just world. Today's capitalism isn't fair and doesn't represent a free market. Our tax dollars bail out corporations like Uber, and create big monopolys which exist in a you scratch our back we'll scratch yours scenario.

Big government does their part via mass immigration and bail outs, the NPC's blindly consume in a hedonistic society where they are kept docile with porn, dating apps and video games and the monopolys influence all of this to keep profits high. True capitalism isnt being pushed by most governments and the hard working, red pill business man is forced to sit back and get screwed by a degenerate society living in a haze of r-select pleasure which stops them from seeing the forest through the trees.
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I am an economist and you come out a classical liberal laissez faire one mostly after the indoctrination. Then you find out only later about the useless usurous monetary model - then about the centuries of monopoly concentration. Most our big industries are already oligopolies and they are certainly partly in cahoots with each other - even if there are sometimes independent ones who break through the system and make it big without any globohomo backing.

That is why my own economic model in the test is the biggest one in the middle as it cannot be classified. You need a mix of closed borders, partly protected key internal markets, be ever vigilant about oligopolies, be for strong unions that work with producers for the common good. Also a country can and should plan forward to some degree about the employment of it's people. Just stapling green-cards to college degrees and importing even illegal IT workers on top of low-qualified ones is a disaster on many levels. If countries in Europe can leave open driver job slots for Muslims becuase those buggers won't do anything else, why not leave some jobs open for those locals as well?

And no - there is zero need to compete with the Chinese factory worker or Bolivian farmer for your job. That is just globohomo Dickensian bullshit. The West became wealthy by internally consistent self-sufficient markets. The world wars taught Western countries better to produce within as much as possible and trade only when they cannot make it at home. The Japanese and Chinese to this day have highly restrictive markets shielding entire industries of theirs from competition in order to upkeep or develop their own.

That is how many industries in the West began to be tanked starting in the 1970s - it was globalism and not nationalism that did it. Within a country of course you should have maximum free market as humanly possible on top of maximum attainable meritocracy. But no free market with Mexico or China for fuck's sake.
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Finally got time to take the test.
Here's my results

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Here's mine.

   

Pragmatism : politics objectively boil down to looking at where the problems are and trying to solve them according to the means available.


Complotism : the biggest problems of our society are the work of a small group of people. It is then essential to find them, inform the people of their objective and neutralize them.
01-19-2020 01:38 AM
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Ok, here we go:


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I expect most of us to agree on the important topics. I do like the notion of free markets, being a business graduate, but as previously mentioned, the monopolies are a cause of concern, especially when they can override governments.

I would also keep a close eye on the banks. Definitely abolishing the federal reserve, if that was ever possible.

Some of the statements are kind of relative, while others absolute. Made some of the answers easier, which does not necessarily mean an accurate result in the end.

Finally, I do love the diversity of the nations and I would like to keep a nice border around all of them. I am very open to other nations and peoples that respect themselves. Maybe one day I will visit the US and talk to the hard-working conservative types. I do admire the extroversion in that part of the globe.


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