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Help me to know my political ideology.

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posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 09:53 PM
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hi mates,

I never had any interest in politics, but for same time i have debated several political things with my friends(Irak, Koreia, wars, etc), and several times they ask what is my political party or my political ideology...but i do not know for sure how i must be recognized. am i a conservative, a liberal, a socialist, a communist,etc?!

please help me finding the best political designation for my character.


- i belive on freedom to all in a equal way, but this freedom must have some limits.
-i think we must share wealth equaly . a society where some ones gain astronomical amounts of money, and others gain very few or nothing it's incorrect.
-actual tax system is too high and do not serve a true people interest.
- no matter who will be elected or his/her political party, the nacional problems will be always the same, it looks that they are always worring about what it is not important at all.
- i think that a monarquic system is better then a presidencial one.
- I belive that the political classes are controled in some way by massons groups.
- Political campaigns where the candidates degladiate ferociously are just a role play, at the end they all have the same kind of agenda or actitudes.


ok, i know this is maybe not sufficient, but it is possible just with this personal opinions to classifie me in a political group?
thx in any way for your ideas or opinions about this, and sorry for my bad english




posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 10:22 PM
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Ok, I'll give it ago.

I'd say you're a Moderate Social-Democrat with a slight
Conservative streak.


Hope that helps, there are alot of quizzes out there that do
a good enough job at classing where you are in the spectrum,
though there not perfect.

You may want to try using the Political Compass, it's a bit confusing to understand results wise,
but it is comprehensive, and a good way to see where you are,
without having just Left and Right, Democrat and Republican.



posted on Oct, 23 2006 @ 01:36 PM
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Thank you ver much iori_komei, that will be something to me to use as a orientation. thx a lot once more



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