- Sep 20, 2017
- MBTI Type
- Instinctual Variant
Lifestyle Socialism Test, based on the thought of Sahra Wagenknecht.
You are a bit of a lifestyle socialist (38.67%).
Have you ever thought of becoming a Linksliberal or a Das Zusätzliches Selbstgerechter Linksliberal? I hear they have better parties.I am a self-righteous left-liberal (selbstgerechter Linksliberal): 88.33%.
- Progressivism: 89%
- Cosmopolitanism: 90%
- Environmentalism: 86%
Self-Righteous Liberal:You agree that racism, patriarchy, and nationalism combine to form powerful systemic forces of oppression. You see how these structures are woven into everyday language, culture, and tradition, and you would be willing to do your part to dismantle this web of oppression. Most likely, this includes speaking up against those who try to maintain the status quo. In your view, it is high time that we take a strong stance against the ingrained bigotry that has ruled the world for too long and reduced the planet to a reservoir of resources that we exploit at our beck and call. Having grasped the far-reaching consequences of systemic oppression, it is easy to regard those who do not see things this way as less aware and in need of education. Then, of course, there are also those who seem to disparage or outright deny these problems out of maliciousness or because they benefit from the current systems of privileges and oppression. When faced with such people, it is tempting for you to fight fire with fire. It is most likely reasonable to you that those who are intolerant should face backlash and social repercussions from their actions and speech.
Self-righteous liberalism is really nothing new. It's basically what's called "limousine liberal" or "champagne socialist" in the English-speaking world. BUT, this iteration comes from German politician Sahra Wagenknecht's book, Die Selbstgerechten: Mein Kampf (it's really Gegenprogramm, but "Kampf" doesn't sound that inaccurate, does it?) für Gemeinsinn und Zusammenhalt.
To THEIR credit, IDRLABS softened the description of left-liberalism (another term by Wagenknecht) quite a bit. I actually don't disagree with most of what my result says. But I also read parts of Die Selbstgerechte and OMG.
Wagengnecht wants a "Gemeinschaft" where people that are "überwiegend sesshaft und heimatverbunden". A "Gemeinschaft" is founded on the distinction between the "dazugehörigen" and those "für die das nicht gilt". She advocates a "Nationalstaat mit Wir-gefühl" and „Glaube, Nation und Heimat“
"Identitäten beruhen auf gemeinsamen Erzählungen, die Werte, Normen und Verhaltungsregeln festlegen. Viele Bräuche und Traditionen haben gerade darin ihren Wert, Gemeinsamkeit und Zugehörigkeit zu vermitteln und so gegenseitige Loyalitätsgefühle zu schaffen"
Very cool. I'm not only a nationalist, but I'm also a globalist-- but I think all good things come from basic leftist national patriotism.