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    I got equality - humanity - socialism.

    Also something about pragmatism and anarchism.
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    Fatherland - work - liberty

    Also about pragmatism and complotism.
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    I'd like to see Tellenbach take this test.

    The fact that I didnt get the liberty result just goes to show that this quiz, like politics in general, doesnt mind tyranny so long as its privatised.

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    I couldn't resist, even if I somewhat struggled with the basic premise of the test "you live in market economy". Plus on some questions I wasn't sure what to say since I can't culturally relate fully and various interpretations can wary. Which is why I think that Progressism and Rehabiliative justice should be even stronger.


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    Either way: very progressive and orderly.
    After all I define myself as Green more than anything else. (I am not vegan, green plus vegan is western stereotype)
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    On the second thought I think that I should be somewhat more Capitalistic as well. I am big on order and this test likes to present anarcho-capitalism as Capitalism, what is both simplistic and possibly wrong. Although what passes as Capitalism here probably wouldn't pass as Capitalism in the English speaking world in many cases. I am not against private property.

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    Legend:

    Dark blue - conservatism
    Light Blue - nationalism
    Green - environmentalism
    Yellow - right libertarians.
    White - monarchism
    Black - anarchism
    Orange - humanism
    Purple - equality
    Red - socialism
    Pink - social-democrats
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    Second try.
    Still not ideal but this is better.


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    Rehabilitative justice should be somewhat stronger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtual ghost View Post
    On the second thought I think that I should be somewhat more Capitalistic as well. I am big on order and this test likes to present anarcho-capitalism as Capitalism, what is both simplistic and possibly wrong. Although what passes as Capitalism here probably wouldn't pass as Capitalism in the English speaking world in many cases. I am not against private property.
    I'm not against personal property, although fields, factories and workshops? Not so much, although most personal proprietorship in these things has been wiped out already by corporations, banks, transnationals etc.

    One of the ideas about ownership I've heard that I liked the most was to do with a progressive socialisation of key sorts of proprietorship via land ownership and the charging of rents replacing state revenues from taxation, citizens would be paid a dividend from the accumulation which would be a form of universal basic income.

    Cut rate rent deals could be offered to forms of enterprise with co-management (like Bernie Sanders current idea) or which tried to set up along the lines of a balanced job complex (like in participatory economics).

    This is just one of a bunch of socialist paths not travelled that I'm pretty sure you'd not qualify as socialism because its different to the old fashioned command economies with statist central planners in charge of public life. I like those ideas because they should make the old socialism/capitalism or free market/central planning arguments as obsolete as they deserve to be or actually are.

    There are other ideas too, I dont understand them entirely (I'm not an economist) but they are to do with digital currencies and UBI but they involve currencies which maintain a value so long as they are spent and circulated but if they are hoarded or accumulated their value decays/deteriorates and disappears. It would stop the gross inequality which exists by virtue of the accumulation of vast amounts of wealth as legacies over historical time and the power (and intrigues) which goes with it. Although it is a different idea to questions of state or private ownership.

    Those are not even some of the stranger/more interesting market socialist ideas that I've heard but if there's one thing capitalist libertarians and communistic statists can agree on its that market socialism shouldnt be a thing.

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    Second try.
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