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What is your political ideology?

Conservative
27
16%
Republican
5
3%
Authortarian
11
6%
Liberal
23
13%
Libertarian
18
10%
National Socialist
12
7%
Fascist
10
6%
Neo-Liberal
4
2%
Anarchist
15
9%
Other/apolitical
47
27%
 
Total votes : 172

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Arthenius
Bureaucrat
 
Posts: 63
Founded: Jun 06, 2019
Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby Arthenius » Thu Jun 06, 2019 6:35 pm

Center-right libertarian and "free-speech radicalist" with social conservative tendencies, because sometimes I'm a cynic. Some race and civic nationalist too.

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Great Minarchistan
Negotiator
 
Posts: 5713
Founded: Jan 08, 2017
Corporate Bordello

Postby Great Minarchistan » Thu Jun 06, 2019 6:42 pm

Jack Thomas Lang wrote:
Great Minarchistan wrote:big 4 actuaries are just glorified mathematicians

That's a little beyond my sights. I was thinking small business accountant or tax accountant. Something modest.

Pain not worth the gain unless if you're busy working 60+ hrs a week making hundreds of books for several businesses ;')
Awarded for Best Capitalist in 2018 NSG Awards ;')
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Fmr. libertarian, irredeemable bank shill and somewhere inbetween classical liberalism and neoliberalism // Political Compass: +8.75 Economic, -2.25 Social (May 2019)

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Jack Thomas Lang
Diplomat
 
Posts: 687
Founded: Apr 18, 2019
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Jack Thomas Lang » Thu Jun 06, 2019 6:45 pm

Great Minarchistan wrote:Pain not worth the gain unless if you're busy working 60+ hrs a week making hundreds of books for several businesses ;')

We invented computers for a reason. This is it.
Catholic Distributist
Three Acres and a Cow

"In the race of life, always back self-interest — at least you know it's trying."
Rerum Novarum and Quadragesimo Anno

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Great Minarchistan
Negotiator
 
Posts: 5713
Founded: Jan 08, 2017
Corporate Bordello

Postby Great Minarchistan » Thu Jun 06, 2019 6:48 pm

Jack Thomas Lang wrote:
Great Minarchistan wrote:Pain not worth the gain unless if you're busy working 60+ hrs a week making hundreds of books for several businesses ;')

We invented computers for a reason. This is it.

bookkeeping is pretty dandy though, $60/hr on avg IIRC
Awarded for Best Capitalist in 2018 NSG Awards ;')
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Fmr. libertarian, irredeemable bank shill and somewhere inbetween classical liberalism and neoliberalism // Political Compass: +8.75 Economic, -2.25 Social (May 2019)

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Jack Thomas Lang
Diplomat
 
Posts: 687
Founded: Apr 18, 2019
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Jack Thomas Lang » Thu Jun 06, 2019 7:00 pm

Great Minarchistan wrote:bookkeeping is pretty dandy though, $60/hr on avg IIRC

That's a good wage but unless you're cooking books, bookkeeping is pretty boring. Pay is also declining, at least according to PayScale. Businesses want financial analysts rather than mathematicians.
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Catholic Distributist
Three Acres and a Cow

"In the race of life, always back self-interest — at least you know it's trying."
Rerum Novarum and Quadragesimo Anno

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Great Minarchistan
Negotiator
 
Posts: 5713
Founded: Jan 08, 2017
Corporate Bordello

Postby Great Minarchistan » Thu Jun 06, 2019 7:53 pm

Jack Thomas Lang wrote:
Great Minarchistan wrote:bookkeeping is pretty dandy though, $60/hr on avg IIRC

That's a good wage but unless you're cooking books, bookkeeping is pretty boring. Pay is also declining, at least according to PayScale. Businesses want financial analysts rather than mathematicians.

which is why I said accountants are just glorified mathematicians, tbh
Awarded for Best Capitalist in 2018 NSG Awards ;')
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Fmr. libertarian, irredeemable bank shill and somewhere inbetween classical liberalism and neoliberalism // Political Compass: +8.75 Economic, -2.25 Social (May 2019)

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Claorica
Diplomat
 
Posts: 827
Founded: Aug 20, 2017
Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby Claorica » Fri Jun 07, 2019 6:57 am

I'm a Distributist (Semi-Constitutional) Monarchist Integralist


I believe in a Catholic Monarch, elected by a senate comprised of a nation's nobility (Similar to the Polish Golden Liberty), with strong powers similar to that of a President or Prime Minister (essentially serving as the head of state and government), while the legislature, comprised of above senate and a lower, popularly elected house.

Economically, I believe in Distributism, which essentially translates to the freedom and protection of private and personal property that comes in a capitalist system, while adopting strong anti-trust laws, and promoting the forming of guilds and other forms of trade associations that aren't formed along class lines but designed to encourage class-collaboration. The best way I could explain this is that I want an economy with, to quote Hilaire Belloc, "an agglomeration of families of varying wealth but by far the greater number of owners of the means of production."

I also prefer a subsidiarist approach to most politics, wherein the lowest level of government capable of carrying out a needed service or providing a needed law/regulation is the one that does it, rather than requiring a centralist government to do so.

ANd, well, integralist, obviously means I have a religiously-influenced socially conservative outlook.
Pros: Localism, Subsidiarity, Distributism, Traditionalism, Conservatism, Reformed Christianity, Christian Nationalism, Ruralism, Southern Agrarianism, Regionalism, State's Rights, Gun Rights, Civic Nationalism, Monarchism, Federalism, Rerum Novarum, Christian Monarchy, Christian conservatism, Boers, Presbyterianism (PCA) Aristocracy, Catholicism
Mehs: Israel, Classical Liberalism, Mormonism (they are heretics but they also are role models), LCMS Lutherans
Antis: Palestine, Islam, Communism, South Africa, (Progressive) Liberalism, Socialism, Anarchism (of any Kind, for Anprims to Ancoms to Ancaps), Atheism, Centralized States, Unitary States, Episcopalianism, non-LCMS Lutheranism, Progressive Christianity/Christian Progressivism, Majoritarianism, "Presbyterianism" (PCUSA)

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