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Politically, what do you consider yourself as?

Discussion in 'General political debates' started by punkdude, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. zakkman666

    zakkman666Experienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    I'm an anarcho-communist. It's the only thing that makes any sense.
     
  2. nmara

    nmaraActive Member Forum Member


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    im an anarcho-syndicalist
     
  3. Antor

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    I am an anarchist without adjective; I was an anarcho-synthesist, but not any more. I remain it a little because I consider that there is a form of anarchism per person on Earth (and on the rest of the universe :D). I'm anarcho-insurectionalist because I have a personal preference for informal organisations and associations but I have nothing against syndicates and federations (they still good forms to fight capitalism) and because I really dont think that anarchism is a left or rigth wing ideology. I also share the same ideas with the Cynical philosophical school (from ancient Greek).
     
  4. Rebellious twit

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    I am an anarchist with socialist values because i favor equality but i don't want anyone to be dictated which is why i see myself as an anarchist.
     
  5. oceanyoga

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  6. Antor

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    I think socialism and equality have the same importance than freedom and individualism, and I don't favor one more than another, I'm for both of them. That's why I don't want to consider myself as anarcho-socialist/communist or anarcho-individualist, but just an anarchist.
     
  7. SHAHRAWRARARA

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    A piece of shit
     
  8. vegan kid

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    Left-Libertarian. I take different ideas mainly from both libertarian and democratic socialism. I don't know that I would fit into one ideology perfectly, nor would I want to limit myself by trying to do so. So that's why I just give myself the broad umbrella label, Left-Libertarian. The pillars of my ideology are direct, cooperative ownership of the means of production by the workers, and my opposition to nationalism and fascism. I would not by any means describe myself as an anarchist because I do think legitimate democracy can exist congruently with the economic system I described above. That said, my worldviews are constantly evolving, and I always like looking at other people's perspectives. Also, I'm very flexible. I'm always willing to hop on board with a viable like-minded cause. Nothing wrong with moving things in the right general direction even if there are some disagreements in specific ideology. Speaking of that, I think adopting the label, Left-Libertarian is a useful little way of trying to alleviate the faction problem that has plagued left-wing causes.
     
  9. punkmar77

    punkmar77Administrator Staff Member Admin Team Experienced member


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    I'm sorry but your Americanized appropriation of the word 'libertarian' is completely insulting to anarchists, in any other country and in any other language libertarian = anarchist and has for hundreds of years. It is a complete corruption and manipulation done with malice and in an intentional manner by conservatives...this is not our 'opinion' but is well documented.
     
  10. vegan kid

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    Yep, I just did some googling around and you're right. My mistake. I can see how that would really piss anarchists off.
     
  11. Agenda

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    Anarchist!!
     
  12. Geck0)))

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    free thinker/unaffiliated/unrepresented, with a distaste for spin
     
  13. owedaliving123

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    anarcho-syndicalist
     
  14. UnityFreedomAnarchy

    UnityFreedomAnarchyActive Member Forum Member


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    Libertarian Socialist. Basically an umbrella term for all left of centre anarchists.
     
  15. UnityFreedomAnarchy

    UnityFreedomAnarchyActive Member Forum Member


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    However, Anarchy with out objectives is the way forward, in an anarchy we could all do our own little thing so y'know, unite and win.
     
  16. Bakica

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    Same here. I usually come up with my own ideas for solving some economical or political problem so I can't really call myself anarcho-something, but I'm closest to anarcho-communist as far as I know.
     
  17. kingbeefy69

    kingbeefy69Member New Member


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    I don't consider myself apart nor supportive of any part of the political scum that stains this world with their filth. I do not serve man nor do I feel I should obey boundaries set for personal gain because all systems are put in place to fuck some one some where I just believe that we should coincide as one species. So I consider my self as a worldist :thumbsup:
     
  18. Paczilla

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    Im a social democrat with anarchistic tendency's.
     
  19. Rebellious twit

    Rebellious twitExperienced Member Experienced member


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    excuse me?, how the fuck can you be a reformistic social democrat with anarchist points of view?, either you are against the system or with it i think, and social democracy doesn't go hand in hand with anarchism... :ecouteurs:
     
  20. Paczilla

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    Let me explain this more thoroughly, I view myself as a social democrat for mt views of economics like communal housing and public property, the right to eat, while still letting a person have their personal property (like a persons room, or a tooth brush or guitar, ect). I am also an anarchist because i believe in an emphasis on the communitarian and cooperative aspects of anarchist theory and practice. I would say that i am a social anarchist and i also believe in direct democracy. :p
     
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