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RosaReborn wrote

A few questions I have problems with

Resistance to the system is best achieved through the use of underground market

Like yes? But I oppose markets in the way they mean

Money should represent hours of work rather than the value of the work

I mean no, but I also don't agree it shouldn't be of value. There should be no money or you don't need to slave for it

State regulation of markets should be minimised

Yes but again not really how they mean it

Government intervention in markets in order to protect citizens' interests is justified

This one is tough because when the government actually intervenes to help people, it is certainly a good, like consumer protections. That being said I think the vast majority of government meddling harms society, even if they claim it helps (e.g. oil subsidies are actually create jobs)

Similar ideologies should act in unison to challenge radically opposing ones

I'll work with other anarchists but but ancaps can miss me and leftist statists too

Anyways, My resutls

WTF is paleoconservatism? I'm glad in 100% opposed

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ziq wrote (edited )

I voted 'no opinion' for most of those out of necessity, but I bit my lip (that's not the right expression is it?) on the 'similar ideologies should act in unison' one and voted 'slightly agree' even though my definition of 'similar ideologies' would in no way, shape of form include authoritarians.

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rot wrote

it said Im primitavist? (Anarcho-naturism) also feminist and queer,

Kinda inaccurate?

Did it again and got anarcho-communist, anarcho-femminst anrcho-queer

It's pretty close but doesn't cover everything.

I just describe myself as capital-A- Anarchist.

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ziq wrote

I'm pretty sure the anarcho-naturism assesment is solely based on the vegan question. If you're a vegan and an anarchist it calls you an anarcho-naturist, regardless of whether or not you like being naked in public. Veganism was a big part of anarcho-naturism, but not the only part.

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rot wrote

When I changed my answer on that it eliminated anarcho-naturism completely

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GaldraChevaliere wrote

It did a similar thing with not tagging me as queer. Like, it put marxist feminism and two different brands of fucking syndicalism of all things before that.

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Aponamed wrote

Wow, cool quiz. Turns out my ideology is Baathism. I didn't even know about it.

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bajorjoevel wrote (edited )

It's weird. I hate communism, and I've chosen answers according to what I think, and the result shows that I'm 50% communist. That's as silly as possible because I don't support that ideology. I'm more of a liberal. Communism can exist under a totalitarian government with extensive propaganda, with the exaltation of the country's leader, and I wouldn't say I like that approach. I believe that everyone has the right to freedom of speech, freedom of expression, and creativity. And no power should limit a person. But such a quiz is much more interesting than what is your aesthetic one. But for many people, it won't be clear.

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go1dfish wrote

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Pop OP wrote

This one is interesting because it's the first one that's very different to the others!

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ziq wrote

I'm impressed it's able to recognize a minarchist. Too bad it doesn't use that word instead of 'anarcho-capitalism' which is nonsensical double talk,

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Joestar wrote

I think this quiz needs improvement.

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BADC wrote

Last Question:

"Communism is a failure and it would be detrimental to even attempt any such system"

Who wrote this garbage? This should be signed so that they can be punished with satire.

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Pop OP wrote

It's to see how much you agree with the statement, it's not making the statement itself, so I'm not sure what you are getting at

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BADC wrote

Words are magic; words have precise meaning. I have to be literal because I do not possess the thoughts of the person who wrote that. Assumption kills in my circles.

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ziq wrote

You don't like communism either so I don't really get what your issue is with that question.

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BADC wrote

Ziq, read that question very carefully. It is almost as if communism never existed. The question is an existential train wreck.

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