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How did you get into politics?

Postby Rainbowsix » Tue Nov 26, 2019 5:59 am

Simple :) how did you get into politics (or 1st heard about it)... I 1st heard about it in 2012 when i was 11 my dad was watching fox news and they were speaking of the 2012 election and my dad wanted Mitt Romney to win. So NationStates how did you get into politics?

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Postby New Helliania » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:11 am

That's a tough one. The First major political issue I remember Focusing on was the Clinton Impeachment (Actually sitting down and paying attention) but I don't think its any 1 issue specifically. I've always been interested in politics on 1 level or another. It's literally (Figuratively) what makes the world go round

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Postby The Blaatschapen » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:16 am

I got into politics because politics got into me.

Seriously, even if I don't care about politics and politicians, they will care about me, and not in the good way.

So it is pure self-preservation.
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Postby The Archregimancy » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:17 am

My mother ran for the UK parliament in the second 1974 general election, and I used to follow her up and down the streets of our city shouting 'vote for mum!'.

Apparently I was adorable, and my snazzy catchphrase was featured in several local media stories.

Not that it did much good, mind; she came a distant third - thus setting a pattern early in my political life.



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Rainbowsix wrote:RULES
1. No bashing the other party please. We are here to talk about how we got introduced into politics not how the other side is wrong and does this and that... lets be friendly to each other please!
2. Follow rule 1


Your rules are regrettably irrelevant because A) OPs don't get to set rules in NSG threads and B) many of the people posting in this thread will likely come from countries that have more than two parties; as does the United States, for that matter, as many Hilary Clinton and Al Gore voters will have had cause to regret.
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Postby La xinga » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:19 am

When I wanted to see won the 2016 election MAP. I found looking at these stuff pretty entertaining, and eventually it became a hobby for me to look at maps and politics.
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Postby The Blaatschapen » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:22 am

The Archregimancy wrote:My mother ran for the UK parliament in the second 1974 general election, and I used to follow her up and down the streets of our city shouting 'vote for mum!'.

Apparently I was adorable, and my snazzy catchphrase was featured in several local media stories.

Not that it did much good, mind; she came a distant third - thus setting a pattern early in my political life.



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Rainbowsix wrote:RULES
1. No bashing the other party please. We are here to talk about how we got introduced into politics not how the other side is wrong and does this and that... lets be friendly to each other please!
2. Follow rule 1


Your rules are regrettably irrelevant because A) OPs don't get to set rules in NSG threads and B) many of the people posting in this thread will likely come from countries that have more than two parties; as does the United States, for that matter, as many Hilary Clinton and Al Gore voters will have had cause to regret.

Not only your political life, also your professional one. Always in the vicinity of a mummy :p
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Postby Christian Confederation » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:24 am

Obama, I remember thinking "Wow a black President that's pretty cool!" Than In 2016 I looked back like "Wow he got nothing of historic importance other than being the first black President done!"
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Postby Ifreann » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:26 am

Politics is on the curriculum here.
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Postby The United Remnants of America » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:30 am

I remember being interested in politics and government as far back as I can remember, easily since elementary or middle school.

But I guess what got me on that path was about my last year of high school when I realized I could actually do that kind of career myself.

Threw away a medical scholarship to pursue it. May or may not have been a mistake, not sure yet.
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Postby Valentine Z » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:36 am

I got a taste of it as early as 2001 (when I was 6 years old). But those days, I was just an ignorant kid that didn't know about the world around him. Back in Burma, we got a Satellite TV system, so it's no surprise that the words that I commonly heard were: Iraq, Baghdad, Saddam Hussein, 9/11, America, Bush, Al-Qaeda, etc... the news were hot, everyone was talking about and for myself, I was told not to get too voiced-out and political, and to just ignore it altogether. A 6 y/o shouldn't be exposed too much to that, and I agree. I knew about it on the surface, but I didn't dig deep into it given the situation; Arabs and Middle Easterners were looked with contempt and scrutiny, the whole world was in chaos... but somehow, life was normal in Burma.

Then came to my schooling years, specifically 2011-2012 in Singapore, when Upper Secondary (~ 9th and 10th Grades of American equivalence) has Social Studies as a compulsory subject. A mix of local Singaporean politics, and no surprise, Middle East and Desert Storm made an appearance again. "9/11..." I thought to myself. Along with Middle East were other talking points like the Irish Republican Army, UK's Medical Care, Venice, etc... all lessons and takeaways on learning points of history. There was also History (on WW2) from 2010, but... I wasn't too invested to know much about it. My final exam was on Singapore's Governance compared to UK's Medical Care; the Venice-related questions were too difficult for me to handle, even though the topic was my focus.

And finally... I am here. NationStates. It seems like NSG is just something that I avoid speaking on an everyday basis and yet, I am gravitating towards it at the end of the day to give a piece of what I think. It also seems like a news outlet to me now, with the "Latest Forum Posts" keeping me updated on the recent affairs and happenings (other than the LWDT and RWDT, or other megathreads popping up).

Politics - it's a wild thing for me. How involved am I in political talk? Sometimes. Maybe a few times a week. I don't post in megathreads on an everyday basis, and on an average NSG thread (excluding TET), I post perhaps around 3 - 10 times before the thread run its course or I have nothing new to say.
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Postby The Blaatschapen » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:45 am

Valentine Z wrote:I got a taste of it as early as 2001 (when I was 6 years old). But those days, I was just an ignorant kid that didn't know about the world around him. Back in Burma, we got a Satellite TV system, so it's no surprise that the words that I commonly heard were: Iraq, Baghdad, Saddam Hussein, 9/11, America, Bush, Al-Qaeda, etc... the news were hot, everyone was talking about and for myself, I was told not to get too voiced-out and political, and to just ignore it altogether. A 6 y/o shouldn't be exposed too much to that, and I agree. I knew about it on the surface, but I didn't dig deep into it given the situation; Arabs and Middle Easterners were looked with contempt and scrutiny, the whole world was in chaos... but somehow, life was normal in Burma.

Then came to my schooling years, specifically 2011-2012 in Singapore, when Upper Secondary (~ 9th and 10th Grades of American equivalence) has Social Studies as a compulsory subject. A mix of local Singaporean politics, and no surprise, Middle East and Desert Storm made an appearance again. "9/11..." I thought to myself. Along with Middle East were other talking points like the Irish Republican Army, UK's Medical Care, Venice, etc... all lessons and takeaways on learning points of history. There was also History (on WW2) from 2010, but... I wasn't too invested to know much about it. My final exam was on Singapore's Governance compared to UK's Medical Care; the Venice-related questions were too difficult for me to handle, even though the topic was my focus.

And finally... I am here. NationStates. It seems like NSG is just something that I avoid speaking on an everyday basis and yet, I am gravitating towards it at the end of the day to give a piece of what I think. It also seems like a news outlet to me now, with the "Latest Forum Posts" keeping me updated on the recent affairs and happenings (other than the LWDT and RWDT, or other megathreads popping up).

Politics - it's a wild thing for me. How involved am I in political talk? Sometimes. Maybe a few times a week. I don't post in megathreads on an everyday basis, and on an average NSG thread (excluding TET), I post perhaps around 3 - 10 times before the thread run its course or I have nothing new to say.


Wait, I also was about six when I heard about Iraq, Baghdad, Saddam Hussein, America and Bush.

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Postby Valentine Z » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:51 am

The Blaatschapen wrote:Wait, I also was about six when I heard about Iraq, Baghdad, Saddam Hussein, America and Bush.

:ugeek:

In sheep years, or? :p

Until recently, I only realise that the Iraq War happened in 2003. But yeah, back in 2001, I was more or less thinking of the Gulf War... or Operation Desert Fox. Or the Shia Uprising. Thing is, the news stations really, REALLY went nuts with Middle East stuff from 2001 to 2005, at least during the days when my family and I would channel surf the Sat. TV.
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Postby An Alan Smithee Nation » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:00 am

Thinking back I think it was probably political comedy on TV; Mike Yarwood impersonating Heath and Wilson, Not the Nine O'Clock News, Who Dares Wins, watch enough and I think the issues get absorbed unconsciously so you can understand the jokes.
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Postby A m e n r i a » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:04 am

I got curious in junior high school. I learned about the parties back home, as well as on ideologies. Believe it or not, I was a fascist back then and wished there was a fascist party in Indonesia. I got a lot more chill as I grew up.

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Postby The Blaatschapen » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:06 am

Valentine Z wrote:
The Blaatschapen wrote:Wait, I also was about six when I heard about Iraq, Baghdad, Saddam Hussein, America and Bush.

:ugeek:

In sheep years, or? :p

Until recently, I only realise that the Iraq War happened in 2003. But yeah, back in 2001, I was more or less thinking of the Gulf War... or Operation Desert Fox. Or the Shia Uprising. Thing is, the news stations really, REALLY went nuts with Middle East stuff from 2001 to 2005, at least during the days when my family and I would channel surf the Sat. TV.


There was the Gulf War. Almost the same shit, different date :blush:

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Postby The Blaatschapen » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:08 am

A m e n r i a wrote:I got curious in junior high school. I learned about the parties back home, as well as on ideologies. Believe it or not, I was a fascist back then and wished there was a fascist party in Indonesia. I got a lot more chill as I grew up.


Well, Suharto's reign has quite a few similarities with fascism. Both are very authoritarian.
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Postby Rainbowsix » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:10 am

The Archregimancy wrote:My mother ran for the UK parliament in the second 1974 general election, and I used to follow her up and down the streets of our city shouting 'vote for mum!'.

Apparently I was adorable, and my snazzy catchphrase was featured in several local media stories.

Not that it did much good, mind; she came a distant third - thus setting a pattern early in my political life.



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1. No bashing the other party please. We are here to talk about how we got introduced into politics not how the other side is wrong and does this and that... lets be friendly to each other please!
2. Follow rule 1


Your rules are regrettably irrelevant because A) OPs don't get to set rules in NSG threads and B) many of the people posting in this thread will likely come from countries that have more than two parties; as does the United States, for that matter, as many Hilary Clinton and Al Gore voters will have had cause to regret.

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Postby Hong Kong People » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:14 am

My political inspiration is the 2014 Hong Kong Occupy Central Movement.Back then,Hong Kongers demanded CCP fulfilled in promises and gave us genuine elections of the chief executive and the legislative council.Although we failed, I really admired HKers' determination to fight for freedom and democracy.It also showed how 1 country 2 systems was an outright lie and totalitarian dictatorships would never accept democracy.

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Postby A m e n r i a » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:17 am

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A m e n r i a wrote:I got curious in junior high school. I learned about the parties back home, as well as on ideologies. Believe it or not, I was a fascist back then and wished there was a fascist party in Indonesia. I got a lot more chill as I grew up.


Well, Suharto's reign has quite a few similarities with fascism. Both are very authoritarian.


Yea, but that was before I was born. His party never got that angry again since his downfall. Not that that's entirely a good thing though, with Bakrie, they've become a different brand of evil. The corporatist brand. Pun intended.

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Postby Blanjiland » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:17 am

About the same time I started getting into history, so around 2014 I want to say. I bounced around ideologies, from center-left to libertarian, but ultimately settled on socialist libertarianism about a year or so ago in part because I finally got around to studying economics, and I couldn’t stand the neoliberal candidates of the Democratic Party and the right wing populist that is Donald Trump and both of their inaction on major social and global issues.

Definitely another thing that got me seriously interested in politics was the mess that was 2016 - primarily the joke that was the US 2016 election, but also the sudden inundation of antifeminist content on youtube that plagued my recommendations for years.
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Postby Phoenicaea » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:23 am

i ve got into politics by means of philosophy.

i had best of basic education, high neighborhood secular state schools.

in second decade of life, two steps. at home through parents, doing history homeworks with them as little guy. this was first step.

even if it was school, has to seen as given by parents because was home gave birth. second step, alone in deep seas college reading philosophy subject.
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Watching the 2012 debates. I wasn't really interested before that.
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Postby Asle Leopolka » Tue Nov 26, 2019 8:23 am

I started when Bush announced we were going into Iraq. I'd passively paid attention to it up to that point, but hearing that we were going into Iraq when all evidence of 9/11 pointed to Afghanistan (and Saudi Arabia) made zero sense to me.
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Postby Geneviev » Tue Nov 26, 2019 9:01 am

I observed my dad and imitated him when I was six or seven years old. I actually started caring about politics when I was in an airport and saw something on the news about the Ferguson riots.
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