Rate my political views

Jordan Sullivan
Jordan Sullivan

Rate my political views

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politicalcompass.org/test

Angel Butler
Angel Butler

bad

Nolan Kelly
Nolan Kelly

Why

Chase Roberts
Chase Roberts

Bruh link me that shit

Bentley Morgan
Bentley Morgan

To live dangerously means to live, if you don't live dangerously you don't live

Austin Adams
Austin Adams

politicalcompass.org/test

Brody Adams
Brody Adams

right leaning centrist

Gavin Rivera
Gavin Rivera

normalfag/10

I'm not saying there are no intelligent individuals in the green zone, there are. But this is generally where I see young people fall when they don't really understand economics. Of course I have my biases so take anything I say with a pinch of salt.

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Caleb Lopez
Caleb Lopez

"Muh freedom"

Gavin Butler
Gavin Butler

libertarian left doesn't even seem possible to me, realistically.

I tend to be center right with equal parts libertarian and authoritarian, but I'm not taking one of these tests again.

David Thompson
David Thompson

my ideology literally shifts daily so anything i plot becomes inaccurate

Jackson Smith
Jackson Smith

got a B in intro to micro
muh understanding economics

Jaxson Stewart
Jaxson Stewart

Based

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Jose White
Jose White

"Libertarian left" on the chart is basically economically authoritarian, socially libertarian

Hudson Cruz
Hudson Cruz

Libertarian left = the government should do lefty stuff, but very little of it. Like, we need some kind of welfare system because we can't just throw all those government employees and contractors out on the street when we cut their budgets by 95%.

John Bell
John Bell

libertarian
government
Lole

Hunter Turner
Hunter Turner

Economic Left/Right: -9.13
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -8.62
libertarian left doesn't even seem possible to me, realistically.
During the Spanish civil war it worked just fine for 7 years , then they finally got cucked by fascists
This

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Colton Sanchez
Colton Sanchez

Yes, most libertarians are for minimal government. Otherwise we wouldn't need the word libertarian, we'd just be anarchists.

William Garcia
William Garcia

Cringe and shitpilled

Nathaniel Carter
Nathaniel Carter

t. not engaged in politics and thinks the solution to social divisions is simply telling everyone to be nice to eachother

Noah Williams
Noah Williams

who cares

Isaiah Martin
Isaiah Martin

Yo lads, is this bad?

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Jonathan Brown
Jonathan Brown

not really. that's about where I was last year, except a bit lower down. you'll probably settle closer to the center if this is a new result for you. pic related is mine

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Benjamin Reyes
Benjamin Reyes

Good to know that someone else here is more authoritarian.

Noah White
Noah White

Anyone above the middle line is a scumbag who wants their social views enforced on others. Green/purple bois are fine

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Wyatt Miller
Wyatt Miller

fite me

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Dylan Lopez
Dylan Lopez

t. doesn't understand the political compass

Bentley Baker
Bentley Baker

Perhaps, pls explain

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Samuel Sanders
Samuel Sanders

"above the middle line" is a pretty harsh ruling for something like that. there's a margin of a couple squares around the dead center which is basically "rational normal people with convictions slightly in one way or another." everyone within like 3-4 blocks of the middle is pretty much just a normal person, past that is when people start to become misguided, misinformed, reactionist, radical etc.

Gavin Barnes
Gavin Barnes

To be fair my my main interactions with people above the middle line have been pretty high up in the top middle / top right. As a general rule though the higher up someone is the more and more things they want the government to have control over, arguably the same could be said about left when it comes to the markets but I don't feel as though that's stepping on my toes so much.

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Logan Wood
Logan Wood

As a general rule though the higher up someone is the more and more things they want the government to have control over
That's right, yeah. I think a lot of people these days are only in the blue/red because of how lenient society has gotten. It's just sort of how the pendulum swings. There needs to be a balance between societal control and individual freedom, and since we're living in a very socially libertarian society people will naturally want to have more control and structure placed upon them and their neighbors. I think some sort of small government, morally policed nation would be ideal, but that's simply not viable with the reduction of religion we see today - and I say that being agnostic myself. Religion simply helps a ton in holding together the social structure of a collective.

Michael Lewis
Michael Lewis

morally policed nation would be ideal
See that's what I take issue with. Obviously there are some basic moral things that are universal, like don't punch someone in the face, don't take other people's property etc, but so much other stuff is morally grey, and people have a wide range of opinions. I'm happy to let other people live by their own code and values, but if they try to impose their values onto me, I bite.

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Nicholas Reyes
Nicholas Reyes

Obviously there are some basic moral things that are universal, like don't punch someone in the face, don't take other people's property
Wrong

Jayden Jones
Jayden Jones

I understand that cultures without hard rules regarding things like that can work, there tends to be a sort of mob justice in those sort of communities, and/or tit for tat behavior. Or were you coming from a more philosophical perspective where there are no moral absolutes? Cause philosophy like that can be interesting to think about but I don't think it's useful when considering how to run a society.

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Logan Bell
Logan Bell

Antifa beating trashcans/10

Luis Reyes
Luis Reyes

antifa hates libs, they're a buncha commies.

Bentley Richardson
Bentley Richardson

by "morally policed" I mean people holding strong morals and policing one another based on that. not a legitimate police state, but perhaps more "humility" from the general populace, you might say.

Brandon Reed
Brandon Reed

I don't care much for left right as long as your not an authoritarian.

Len a cute

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Hudson Clark
Hudson Clark

no bully

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Noah Jones
Noah Jones

Graph political/ideological tests are inaccurate, political/ideological tests with scales are better.

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Camden Sanders
Camden Sanders

Are you Stalin or Strasser?

James Cooper
James Cooper

What do you think?

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Brody Flores
Brody Flores

I mean people holding strong morals and policing one another based on that.
Define strong morals. Should those morals be made law, or do you mean it more in a mob justice kinda way, like if you see a man hitting a woman you protect the woman etc?

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Gavin Diaz
Gavin Diaz

rate mine

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Nolan Ortiz
Nolan Ortiz

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William Lopez
William Lopez

This is the only political compass that matters

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Brody Perez
Brody Perez

pretty bad

Kevin Reed
Kevin Reed

Depends on who you askin. It's fine to me tbqh

Lincoln Clark
Lincoln Clark

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Asher Cruz
Asher Cruz

Or were you coming from a more philosophical perspective where there are no moral absolutes
I was coming to it From this angle
Cause philosophy like that can be interesting to think about but I don't think it's useful when considering how to run a society.
I disagree but I don't wanna type of why.
Cute

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Jackson Allen
Jackson Allen

I disagree, this is

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Grayson Gonzalez
Grayson Gonzalez

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Asher Brown
Asher Brown

Type why pls I like exposing myself to different view points also nice trips.

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Leo Baker
Leo Baker

fuck I forgot about that one

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Evan Allen
Evan Allen

would not be bound by petty morality
AnCap

Charles Davis
Charles Davis

what?

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Chase Walker
Chase Walker

reverse left and right for economic
fucking socialists always trying to steal my property and paycheck

Justin Gomez
Justin Gomez

Yeah I wasn't gonna say anything but "I take what I want" is very uncharacteristic of purple. I don't think it was made by someone who understands the position.

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Connor Brooks
Connor Brooks

When your a classical liberal ^_^

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Julian Scott
Julian Scott

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Aiden Clark
Aiden Clark

MFW my ideology is actually practical and improves society

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Nathan Martin
Nathan Martin

?!

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Jack Morgan
Jack Morgan

shitpost ideology is centrism change my mind

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Caleb Nelson
Caleb Nelson

Objectivism

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Xavier Parker
Xavier Parker

You seem alright, little too "Fuck yeah, 'Murica!" for my tastes but otherwise fine

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Nathaniel Butler
Nathaniel Butler

Ok here is the basic idea
Personally I view society as an entity which exists to preserve it's own existence. The only way it can have agency over the world is through human behavior ( as a metaphor humans are like cells and society is like the classification for the whole) . To a society , treating people well is an instrumental goal to it's own heuristic goal of self preservation. We have our rights because having those rights allow the society to continue to exist. You can define the function of many rights in two groups. Appeasement rights : rights that exist to keep individuals from replacing that society. Productive rights : rights that can be used to increase the power of society. Many rights fill both groups. The construction of morality is used to justify these rights , but all rights also serve an instrumental purpose for the preservation of the status quo. To a society the law allows for the suspension of rights according to certain conditions. Moral absolutism doesn't allow for a government to function because it does not allow for the suspension of rights. Which is key in the enforcement of the law. If we were morally absolute then we could not allow the government to he exempted from morality. Which would lead to an ineffective government. I think the problem is that many people think that the government is there to enforce morality when it actually done through need rather than through goal.

Jace Watson
Jace Watson

Pretty shit desu //boards.4channel.org/lgbt/

Hudson Roberts
Hudson Roberts

I got the nationalism because I hate third worlders. It's funny I think I am one of the few nationalists that actually hates the country they live in

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Tyler Lopez
Tyler Lopez

Basically the government has to act against it's own morality to bring about what it desires as moral conditions. And that moral conditions are only a means of its own preservation . So by acting to create these conditions it makes an implicit exception for itself with moral action. Which is incompatible with the idea that some things are wrong inherently and never to be done.

Levi Gray
Levi Gray

Okay so we don't disagree with the fact that punching people and stealing things should be illegal, you just disagreed with the way I worded it? I generally agree with you on how societies function. I wasn't trying to make a case for moral absolutism, I was just saying a functioning society should obviously have laws to protect people and their property.

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Logan Roberts
Logan Roberts

I got the nationalism because I hate third worlders.
Why's that?

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Lucas Wilson
Lucas Wilson

fucking fascist

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Lincoln Thompson
Lincoln Thompson

I don't want my government making decisions that consider the well being of non citizens. The main point of government is to promote the well being of citizens. also Africans and south Americans are generally poor and violent

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Carter Bailey
Carter Bailey

punching people and stealing things should be illegal
Duh
a functioning society should obviously have laws to protect people and their property.
This
I don't want my government making decisions that consider the well being of non citizens.
50/50
There's a lot of dumb people out there.

David Gutierrez
David Gutierrez

punching people and stealing things should be illegal
Duh
The context of the conversation I was having earlier is relevant. I didn't just throw that point out for no reason.

Gabriel Baker
Gabriel Baker

Okay so we don't disagree with the fact that punching people and stealing things should be illegal,
No I never talked about how things should be . I said that having no moral absolutism is Important in wanting to form a government.

Dylan Perry
Dylan Perry

what is the point of this post
not clear did not understand

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Angel Brown
Angel Brown

I know
You guys are boring...........Talk about capital murder or should we regulate the market.

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Nicholas Martin
Nicholas Martin

No I never talked about how things should be
Eh? But such laws would easily fall into both your appeasement rights and productive rights categories. I'm not saying societies can't exist without them, but I figured they were a pretty good fit for what you were talking about. Am I missing something?

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Lucas Gray
Lucas Gray

Okay here is my hottest take. Lolicon isn't immoral and is actually moral

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Robert Butler
Robert Butler

I was talking about what societies did . I never said that those things were good.

Andrew Morris
Andrew Morris

how ofended do you feel today?
also
fucking die/10

Luke Flores
Luke Flores

Lolicon isn't immoral by itself but if you do lewd thing to a lolicon then you're immoral.
Okay here is my hottest take. If a 9 year old kid knew what he was doing in a murder of his grandmother. Should said kid get the death penalty, life in prison or should be release at the age of 18 and reexamined to see if he's set to go live a civilian life?

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Christian James
Christian James

get out of america

Luke Gutierrez
Luke Gutierrez

I don't think murder is a capital offense so no. If it was a kid then he should be let go preferably before the age of 18, and allowed to reintegrate into society

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Ian Brown
Ian Brown

bottom left is my favorite

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Anthony Butler
Anthony Butler

go commit not feel good leftoid

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Bentley Gonzalez
Bentley Gonzalez

I don't want my government making decisions that consider the well being of non citizens.
Interesting. I can see the reasoning, given that's for the most part what every country does, so if your country is more altruistic than most then its the citizens who get the short end of the stick.

I can't really view things like that though, no matter what country you go to, I don't care if its the middle east or fucking north korea, the average citizens are just nice people. Nice people with wildly differing viewpoints maybe, but nice people nonetheless. I want humanity as a whole to succeed, I'm not interested in having an us vs them mentality.

So what would be good then? I'm not really grasping your position here.

Top left is my favorite cause I identify with the capitalist boi

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Mason Turner
Mason Turner

I don't think murder is a capital offense so no.
In what way?
If it's a serial killer who murder the shit out of kids. You still stand on you believe? Shouldn't it be case by case?
If it was a kid then he should be let go preferably before the age of 18, and allowed to reintegrate into society
What if he didn't change mentally, then what?

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Brandon Lee
Brandon Lee

implying South Americans make up a majority of immigrants
Jesus christ you're a retard, do you even know what you type?

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Ethan Thompson
Ethan Thompson

speaking of politics could someone explain to me why most anarchists hat ancaps but seem to to have no problems with agorists? aren't they pretty much the same thing?

Jayden Long
Jayden Long

In practical terms humans are Tribalistic creatures whether you intend to be one or not. That is why it is only logical to compete for the benefit of one tribe over the other. Marx was right when he saw that when one benefits another loses out, so I wan't my tribe(country) to compete and take advantage of the other tribes to bring the maximal benefit to myself
If someone kills another it doesn't do any good till kill more people more death is never a good thing.
You would rehabilitate instead of punish
Jesus Christ a retard south and central Americans are the majority of immigrants to the U.S

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Sebastian Perez
Sebastian Perez

Only 6% out of all immigrant demographics are south american. There's literally 10 times more chink immigrants than there are south american immigrants. Even Carribean nigger immigrants are more than south americans immigrants, Mexicans and Chinks account for the most immigrants to the United States. You retards don't even know about the shit you spew out in a way to communicate with people

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Oliver Williams
Oliver Williams

In practical terms humans are Tribalistic creatures whether you intend to be one or not. That is why it is only logical to compete for the benefit of one tribe over the other. Marx was right when he saw that when one benefits another loses out, so I wan't my tribe(country) to compete and take advantage of the other tribes to bring the maximal benefit to myself
I sorta agree, but it's not all about competition, and there are mutually beneficial arrangements, like fair trade. Also I tend to view humanity as a whole as my tribe. I don't identify strongly as an Australian, outside of the fact that this is where I happen to live. I mean sure the culture here probably played a big role in developing my personality and viewpoints but I could easily move.

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Oliver Campbell
Oliver Campbell

I wasn't talking about what would be good. But if you want a position I don't think we should have a government

Dominic Mitchell
Dominic Mitchell

Anarcho capitalism is the most based. Statists and commies get out.

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Logan Young
Logan Young

You would rehabilitate instead of punish
And if they don't get rehabilitated? Also if you can't really live a normal life, if you think about it. Why? Well living in a media driven world don't you think that a big target on their back. A lot people call that unjust and so do I. like I said before everything should be based on a case-by-case scenario. you committed really heinous crime, then you should get capital punishment. But very rarely is capital punishment thing. It's now more less about sentencing someone to life. Which I also agree, you know do the crime, serve your time.
Now I'm just rambling on and my point being if you knew what you were doing and planned the murder or murders, then yeah death penalty.

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Tyler Reed
Tyler Reed

okay now this is epic

Lincoln Diaz
Lincoln Diaz

I think the point I was making is that it doesn't matter if you yourself aren't tribal. If the society around you is tribal which most societies are or they wouldn't be a society, and a society that isn't tribal will always be out competed by the united groups of nations. whether you like or not humanity has always been at war with itself and that fact is likely to remain the same.
I was a little inaccurate because I mistakenly assumed mexico was central america but I am correct in asserting that all those places south of the border are shit holes
I mean there will always be a certain number of people who are unable to be rehabilitated, but as an atheist, sentencing people to non existence is a much worse crime than murder

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Isaiah Nguyen
Isaiah Nguyen

sentencing people to non existence is a much worse crime than murder
Okay can someone jump into this conversation because I don't get this?

If someone kills someone to nonexistence then shouldn't they be punished for non-existing someone? Say you were walking down the street then you got shot.....Boom you're gone forever. You're saying you don't want your murderer suffer the same fate as you?

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Evan Gonzalez
Evan Gonzalez

No because we shouldn't operate a judicial system based Hammurabi's code. If you took an eye for an eye the whole world would be blind

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Brayden Torres
Brayden Torres

Then you shouldn't be killing in the first place then the world wouldn't be blind. You know what let's take a back a little bit, how do we prevent murder?

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Zachary Gray
Zachary Gray

if you committed murder it wasn't the penalty that dissuaded you, so to prevent murder you have to take preventative actions to council people at risk for violent behavior like a clock work orange

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Robert Flores
Robert Flores

So you were just making a comment about how punching or stealing from people isn't necessarily wrong or right, cause whether or not something is right or wrong is irrelevant? Cause I wasn't really trying to make a comment on that, I was just saying that in a functioning society, there should be laws that protect people and their stuff.

Anyway, regarding your point about thinking we shouldn't have a government, how would that work, in your mind?

I feel as though governments are inevitable. If we had a whole country of people, all of which had no government, they would inevitably form communities. Those communities would likely form councils or have leaders of some description. Sure if you didn't like the rules of one community you could move to another, but eventually the communities start banding together, fighting, etc, and eventually you have nations. I think this is just the inevitable result of human nature.

William Barnes
William Barnes

did you watch clockwork orange?
it didn't work

Ryan Williams
Ryan Williams

I did and It would've worked if they had done the treatment to everyone. the reason it worked out horribly for him is because there were still people who could abuse him

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Jacob Jones
Jacob Jones

if you committed murder it wasn't the penalty that dissuaded you
I don't think anyone that was committing a murder is thinking about the punishment after.
so to prevent murder you have to take preventative actions to council people at risk for violent behavior like a clock work orange
So you want to profile everybody that has a violent Behavior?
What about those who hide it pretty well?
just because it works for you doesn't mean it's going to work for everyone

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Julian Ramirez
Julian Ramirez

I think the point I was making is that it doesn't matter if you yourself aren't tribal. If the society around you is tribal which most societies are or they wouldn't be a society, and a society that isn't tribal will always be out competed by the united groups of nations. whether you like or not humanity has always been at war with itself and that fact is likely to remain the same.

True, however we are in the most peaceful time in all of recorded history right now, because the benefits of war are lesser than the benefits of free trade. The cold war never ended, and that's the best thing that's happened to us in a long time imo. Finally we can focus on fair trade and stop trying to murder each other. (fingers crossed)

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Jacob Morales
Jacob Morales

oh hi
ive got pretty much the same results

Josiah Cox
Josiah Cox

Shit I thought I was a right winger, I'm a borderline commie ffs :O

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Christian James
Christian James

Unironicaly using political compass

Asher Russell
Asher Russell

definitely not made by law. perhaps by religion, as I don't see any other way to mentally enforce morals on people very easily, but it would be more of a cultural thing. basically more things should be "taboo," and those who break taboo in an uncouth manner should be shamed/shunned by at least a large margin of the population.

Adam Phillips
Adam Phillips

Anything other than libertarian right is a commie.

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Alexander Brown
Alexander Brown

So either religious or cultural taboos? I would say Japan does what you're talking about very well despite being largely non-religious. Anyway I disagree, though I'll admit cultural taboos are much more appealing than laws. I don't really want to be shunned for living my life how I want to, and I don't want to shun others for living how they want to. I just want everyone to be happy in so far as they aren't hurting each other or imposing their views on one another.

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Leo Sanchez
Leo Sanchez

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Ayden Miller
Ayden Miller

FUCK

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Juan Green
Juan Green

STATISTS

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