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A_Lane wrote

I became an Anarcho-Pacifist through Wikipedia at the age of 16. I'd later meander through various left-wing mileus before coming back to it, now. Why should a person need to prove themselves in order to identify as being of a political position such as Anarchsim?

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TOPE OP wrote

What about wikipedia convinced you to be this?

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A_Lane wrote

I took the political compass test as part of some Civics assignment and scored, like, a 0, -10, and, thought that I was a Libertarian for some reason, but, had sympathized with Anarcho-Pacifism believing that it was the most sensible political philosophy. I just looked up schools of thought on Wikipedia. I'd later be quasi-affiliated with all sorts of movements. I thought about joining the ISO for a while as they were more or less the only game in town. I got into Autonomism and Communization later. I decided that, as much as I like the theory, that it just doesn't really correspond to reality. I'm a far-Left Anarcho-Pacifist now.

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