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Funny, most people would pan me as a gun toting right wing conservative just because I am steadfast on the 2nd Amendment. really, I'm not a fan of either party, they both act like smacked asses most of the time.
 

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image.jpg Economic Left/Right: -7.0
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Last time I took a similar test I was a lot more moderate.... central... oops.
 
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I seem a bit more of an overt social anarchist than the last time I took this.
 

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And here I consider myself a conservative. I guess most policies of my party (Katter's Aus) would fit around here.
 

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<.< well yeah, technically I'm considered an anarchist...sorta like Gorge Orwell or Oscar Wilde.
 

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Must admit I'm not at all surprised to see a disproportionately high number of left/libertarians. Simply because we're on the internet (and somewhat literate) and outside of a religious/military themed forum. Lol.


 

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There's always at least one item on these tests that I tend to find problematic - this time around, it's "A genuine free market requires restrictions on the ability of predator multinationals to create monopolies". I would disagree with that statement - in my view, a genuinely free market has no restrictions whatsoever, that's what makes it "free" - but presumably my disagreement is misinterpreted by the test as support for an unrestricted free market, which would be a particularly egregious error of interpretation on their part...

...although, it doesn't seem to have affected my result too much, probably the most left-ward I've ended up on either scale (presuming "Libertarian" is left, which the poll for this thread does but I'm not so convinced). I've always thought this test favours the bottom-left corner a little too much in the questions it asks, though, so that, combined with the fact I'd normally be fairly far to the left and slightly to the libertarian side of centre if I had to guess roughly where I'd sit, goes some way to explaining this result.

 

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And here's mine:

Economic Left/Right: -8.25

Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -0.36

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Not sure whether I fall into Socialist Alliance, Socialist Alternative, the Communist Party of Australia(current) or the Communist Party of Australia (Marxist-Leninist) which is the Maoist one. I follow traditionally Karl Marx's notion that the state must be a workers/majority controlled state and therefore all must have the right to have a gun. The workers/people must be stronger than the state at all times and maintain their domination over it:

"Under no pretext should arms and ammunition be surrendered; any attempt to disarm the workers must be frustrated, by force if necessary.” -- Karl Marx

People who leech off of welfare should also be considered a type of Bourgeoisie, petty bourgeoisie. They did not work for their money, they exploited and used the hardwork of others to gain profit. Only they are not rich like the major bourgeoisie.

I do know however that the Communist Party of Australia(current)'s views regarding whether we should own guns or not is through a majority approval vote, they also say that people who can work but can't and leech off of welfare will stop receiving support if you ask them.

In Australia here our right wing is more fascistic(Mussolini style) instead of more libertarian capitalist, they were the ones who banned guns. We do have a Libertarian/True Capitalist party though and they are called the "Liberal Democratic party of Australia" if anybody here in Australia is a libertarian-capitalist.

Our current mainstream politics is Social-Democrats vs Fascists(In practice and not necessarily racist) as far as I know. The Palmer United Party are what can be considered fascist(Mussolini Style) by definition, they want to unite state and corporate power from what I've heard.
 

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I've taken an Australian version of this thing and I found myself more in the center, I would probably say I'm socially left economically centered.
 

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And here I consider myself a conservative. I guess most policies of my party (Katter's Aus) would fit around here.
Indeed, I consider myself center left in Australia but on this test I'm rather far left. Shows how different countries can be. I guess the lack of "no opinion" or "neither" button also changes things.
 

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