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I Vote For:

Poll ended at Mon Dec 12, 2011 1:47 pm

Alliance For Freedom
6
7%
New Egalitarian Movement
10
11%
Pacifist Party
4
4%
Liberal National Party
3
3%
Conservative Party
8
9%
United Democratic Left
19
21%
National Party
11
12%
Libertarian Party
11
12%
Social Liberal Union
6
7%
Other (which?)
12
13%
 
Total votes : 90

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Schunland
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ELECTIONS IN SCHUNLAND+RESULTS

Postby Schunland » Sat Dec 03, 2011 1:47 pm

LAST ELECTIONS:
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Alliance For Freedom:
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Libertarian conservatism, Individualism, Individual rights, Christian libertarianism, Negative liberty, Fusionism, Pro-Americanization, Liberal nationalism
LAST ELECTIONS: 39.25%

New Egalitarian Movement:
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Libertarianism, Egalitarianism, Progressivism, Left-Libertarianism
LAST ELECTIONS:25.55%

Pacifist Party:
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Pacifism, Harmony, Utopianism, Christian pacifism
LAST ELECTIONS: 14.00%

Liberal National Party:
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Neo-conservatism, Liberal conservatism, Liberal nationalism, National liberalism, Anti-socialism
LAST ELECTIONS: 4.4%

Conservative Party:
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Conservatism, Negative liberty, Christian democracy, Subsidiarity, Thatcherism
LAST ELECTIONS: 4.35%

United Democratic Left:
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Libertarian socialism, Christian left, Autonomism, Social-democracy, Democratic socialism, Anarcho-socialism, some ideas of Paul Lafargue
LAST ELECTIONS: 4,05%

National Party:
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Nationalism, Liberal nationalism, Far-right populism, Conservatism, Anti-communism
LAST ELECTIONS: 3.4%

Libertarian Party:
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Libertarianism, Conservative liberalism, Market liberalism, Right-libertarianism, Anti-socialism
LAST ELECTIONS: 2.7%

Social Liberal Union:
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Social libertariansm, Left-libertarianism, Libertarianism, Self-ownership, Third way
LAST ELECTIONS: 2.3%

New parties:

Pirate party:
Anti-copyright, Civic libertarianism

Social Democrats:
Labor rights, Left wing populism

Green Party:
Green politics, environmentalism

Independent leftists:
Socialism, Anarcho-communism, Social democracy

Maoist party
Democratic Maoism, against banning communism


Compass:
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VOTE, PLEASE


P.S. Every vote-one seat, other seats, I will divide!
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Lonepense
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Postby Lonepense » Sat Dec 03, 2011 1:56 pm

People from Lonepense support United Democratic Left.

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Threlizdun
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Postby Threlizdun » Sat Dec 03, 2011 2:04 pm

Why are the two parties favoring anarchism more authoritarian than the Social Liberal Union and Pirate Party? Also, what makes the United Democratic Left more libertarian than the Independent Left?
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Postby Schunland » Sat Dec 03, 2011 2:11 pm

Threlizdun wrote:Why are the two parties favoring anarchism more authoritarian than the Social Liberal Union and Pirate Party? Also, what makes the United Democratic Left more libertarian than the Independent Left?

Pirate party is single-issue populist party, so we can 't compare it with other parties.
No party is an anarchist, anrcho-COMMUNISM (IL) isn 't extremely libertarian...

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Postby Threlizdun » Sat Dec 03, 2011 2:19 pm

Schunland wrote:
Threlizdun wrote:Why are the two parties favoring anarchism more authoritarian than the Social Liberal Union and Pirate Party? Also, what makes the United Democratic Left more libertarian than the Independent Left?

Pirate party is single-issue populist party, so we can 't compare it with other parties.
No party is an anarchist, anrcho-COMMUNISM (IL) isn 't extremely libertarian...

OOC:...Communism is in its nature anarchist. It is a classless, stateless society. Anarcho-communism is a term that has had to arrise as a result of Leninists forgetting what true communism is. So, yes, it is extremely libertarian. Anyways, I still am curious about why the United Democratic Left is more socially libertarian than the Independent Left.
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Postby Schunland » Sat Dec 03, 2011 3:17 pm

Threlizdun wrote:
Schunland wrote:Pirate party is single-issue populist party, so we can 't compare it with other parties.
No party is an anarchist, anrcho-COMMUNISM (IL) isn 't extremely libertarian...

OOC:...Communism is in its nature anarchist. It is a classless, stateless society. Anarcho-communism is a term that has had to arrise as a result of Leninists forgetting what true communism is. So, yes, it is extremely libertarian. Anyways, I still am curious about why the United Democratic Left is more socially libertarian than the Independent Left.

Maybe, but UDL is also "Christian left". It means that they also insists in Christian values.
I used this for making compass:
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So, Anarcho-communism is where it has to be!
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Postby Threlizdun » Sat Dec 03, 2011 8:08 pm

Schunland wrote:
Threlizdun wrote:OOC:...Communism is in its nature anarchist. It is a classless, stateless society. Anarcho-communism is a term that has had to arrise as a result of Leninists forgetting what true communism is. So, yes, it is extremely libertarian. Anyways, I still am curious about why the United Democratic Left is more socially libertarian than the Independent Left.

Maybe, but UDL is also "Christian left". It means that they also insists in Christian values.
I used this for making compass:
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So, Anarcho-communism is where it has to be!

OOC: The vast majority of those ideologies are either in the wrong place or cannot be assigned a specific position. Syndicalism is an economic philosophy in which trade unions direct industry in a democratic fashion. This is typically mixed with several alternate philosophies such as anarcho-syndicalist communism (our model), anarcho-syndicalist collectivism, syndicalist social democracy, syndicalist democratic socialism, national syndicalism (Itallian Fascism) and essentially any other ideology. Likewise, socialism is simplly an economic philosophy, and can be assigned to essentially any social philosophy. Activism means nothing, as you can be an activist for anything. Libertarianism, conservatism, liberalism, totalitarianism, statism, fundamentalism, nationalism, and anarchism are all social philosophies that have no specific economic views. Communism is a stateless, classless society. Communism on here is placed amongst Stalinists, Maoists, and other Leninists, which does not believe in worker self management and thus is not communist. Mutualism is more or less centrist, and not right wing. Fascism is mostly a centrist ideology. Please, use something else to base ideologies on. Anarchism more or less requires a social position of -8.5 minimum, though that is stretching it. The various forms of anarchism listed here start at -4, that's enough to stop calling it social liberalism and finally just start to enter social libertarianism.
IC: The people of Threlizdun support the Independent Left.
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Postby Schunland » Wed Dec 07, 2011 2:15 am

Threlizdun wrote:
Schunland wrote:Maybe, but UDL is also "Christian left". It means that they also insists in Christian values.
I used this for making compass:
Image
So, Anarcho-communism is where it has to be!

OOC: The vast majority of those ideologies are either in the wrong place or cannot be assigned a specific position. Syndicalism is an economic philosophy in which trade unions direct industry in a democratic fashion. This is typically mixed with several alternate philosophies such as anarcho-syndicalist communism (our model), anarcho-syndicalist collectivism, syndicalist social democracy, syndicalist democratic socialism, national syndicalism (Itallian Fascism) and essentially any other ideology. Likewise, socialism is simplly an economic philosophy, and can be assigned to essentially any social philosophy. Activism means nothing, as you can be an activist for anything. Libertarianism, conservatism, liberalism, totalitarianism, statism, fundamentalism, nationalism, and anarchism are all social philosophies that have no specific economic views. Communism is a stateless, classless society. Communism on here is placed amongst Stalinists, Maoists, and other Leninists, which does not believe in worker self management and thus is not communist. Mutualism is more or less centrist, and not right wing. Fascism is mostly a centrist ideology. Please, use something else to base ideologies on. Anarchism more or less requires a social position of -8.5 minimum, though that is stretching it. The various forms of anarchism listed here start at -4, that's enough to stop calling it social liberalism and finally just start to enter social libertarianism.
IC: The people of Threlizdun support the Independent Left.

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Paros
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Postby Paros » Wed Dec 07, 2011 4:36 am

The Republic of Paros supports the Maoist Party.

President: George J. Langrange (Labour)
Prime Minister: Larius Tyrone (Labour)

Government: National Solidarity Front (Labour, Respect, NP) - 737 seats.
Opposition: National Unity Coalition (Fascist, Conservative) - 221 seats.
Others:Free Democratic Alliance (Progressive, Green, Liberal) - 178 seats.
Political Compass of Parosian Parties

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Akkilles
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Postby Akkilles » Wed Dec 07, 2011 4:44 am

Liberal National Party

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Zaras
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Postby Zaras » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:24 am

The Democratic Socialist Party of Zaras wishes to state that it favours the United Democratic Left and wishes them all the best luck for the election.
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Nakadja
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Postby Nakadja » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:31 am

Nakadja support the National Party.

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Syvorskji
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Postby Syvorskji » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:32 am

The people of Syvorskji hereby support the New Egalitarian Movement
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I aprov: Socialism, True Communism, Russia, Mongolia, NATO, CIS, Canada, EU, Decentralisation, Mongolia, Gay rights, Equality for each race, democratic capitalism
I disaprov: Fake communism, laissez faire, classic liberalism, libertarianism, moralism, social inequality, collectivism, PRC, Israel,

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Hippostania
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Postby Hippostania » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:48 am

Hippostania supports the Liberal National Party
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Economic Right: 10.00 - Social Authoritarian: 2.87 - Foreign Policy Neoconservative: 9.54 - Cultural Liberal: -1.14
For: market liberalism, capitalism, eurofederalism, neoconservatism, British unionism, atlanticism, LGB rights, abortion rights, Greater Israel, Pan-Western federalism, NATO, USA, EU
Against: communism, socialism, anarchism, eurosceptism, agrarianism, Swiss/Irish/Scottish/Welsh independence, cultural relativism, all things Russian, aboriginal/native American special rights

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Psyonia
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Postby Psyonia » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:50 am

Social Democrats

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Postby Seibertron » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:51 am

We support the United Democratic Left
Syvorskji wrote:The people of Syvorskji hereby support the New Egalitarian Movement

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Postby Marina and The Diamonds » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:51 am

Empress Marina supports the Green Party.
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Postby Pribram » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:57 am

The Peoples Republic of Pribram supports Independent leftists.
My Political Compass
Economic Left/Right: -10.00
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -5.03
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Anarcho-capitalism is NOT Anarchism!
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New Freedomstan
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Postby New Freedomstan » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:57 am

The Socialist Worker's Republic of New Freedomstan supports the Maoist Party.

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Postby Schunland » Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:08 am

Seibertron wrote:We support the United Democratic Left
Syvorskji wrote:The people of Syvorskji hereby support the New Egalitarian Movement

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No.

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Schunland
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Postby Schunland » Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:40 am

I changed my mind. Every vote will be two seats.
UDL will probably be the most powerful left party (more then New Egalitarian Movement).
Keep voting.

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Povos do Mar
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Postby Povos do Mar » Mon Dec 12, 2011 12:54 pm

The community of Povos do Mar would like to back the Independent Left. We hope that our two nations can coexist in peace regardless of the outcome of the elections.

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Postby Eboinland » Mon Dec 12, 2011 1:01 pm

We support the LNP, and are willing to donate 10,000,000 EboinMarks to their cause.
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Schunland
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Postby Schunland » Mon Dec 12, 2011 2:07 pm

Three Nations support LNP (Akkilles, Hippostania and Eboinland), but they have only two votes in poll???????
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Postby Jakaragua » Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:36 pm

The Jakaragua Communal Assembly officially backs the UDL, but gives more ideological support to the libertarian socialist wing.
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