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    The Political Compass
    Economic Left/Right: -9.38
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -8.05



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    You need to look up the lines of Communistic revolutionaries, Devil. Then use them in whatever situation.

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    i am very pleased that myself, xion and devil are hard-line communists according to this test

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    The Tribunal has similar beilefs

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    Umm, what do I qualify as?
    "I prefer a sane world where you are rewarded by providing people with something they want. Not arbitrarily rewarded in a status game that reminds me of chimpanzees." - nazgulnarsil

    Here I am with my empire
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    Cause its all that youíve been taught to be

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    As soon as I find the text results I'll post 'em.
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    They didn't give you the text results, that's manual
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    globs of wet snow raining on me

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    Well I'm far too lazy for all that.
    I do have a question, that God apparently refuses to answer.
    Why did you strongly dissagree that schools should prepare our children for future jobs?
    I'd really like to hear your alternative for our kids.

    What kind of mentality do you have to be in to dissagree with that statement? You are either trying to act like a flaming left-winger just so you can post those results, or you need serious psychiatric help.
    :yes:

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    Kids are being taught to be factory workers. They aren't being taught anything about economics of any value, nor are they taught logic and critical thinking skills. The education system needs an overhaul to catch it up to the modern way of making a living.
    "I prefer a sane world where you are rewarded by providing people with something they want. Not arbitrarily rewarded in a status game that reminds me of chimpanzees." - nazgulnarsil

    Here I am with my empire
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninja View Post
    Well I'm far too lazy for all that.
    I do have a question, that God apparently refuses to answer.
    Why did you strongly dissagree that schools should prepare our children for future jobs?
    I'd really like to hear your alternative for our kids.

    What kind of mentality do you have to be in to dissagree with that statement? You are either trying to act like a flaming left-winger just so you can post those results, or you need serious psychiatric help.
    Sometimes I wonder if you are constantly just trying to be wrong

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    i've stopped wondering that a while ago and pretty much accepted it

    the primary goal of schools should be, of course, an education. languages, cultures, history, the arts, mathematics, sciences. of course there SHOULD be more career-specific concentration at the high school level, but students should be learning lots of shit, to be better informed about the world in general.

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    i am Chinese ^______^

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    those are some strange results. post your answers

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    soon lol

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    I retook the test from an entirely economic point of view where applicable.



    I found however, the questions it asks are loaded. I'll give a few examples.

    "Controlling inflation is more important than controlling unemployment."

    This is not an agree or disagree question, it's a misinterpretation of basic economic principles. The two are inherently intertwined. Considering it conjures unemployment (something everyone is aware of) and inflation (something few understand) it could be considered an appeal to consequences.

    "It's a sad reflection on our society that something as basic as drinking water is now a bottled, branded consumer product."

    This has nothing to do with economics, it's an appeal to ridicule based off of perceived greed in corporations. An equal yet opposite argument would be "It's a sad reflection on our society that consumers demand something as basic as drinking water be bottled, branded and sold."

    "Land shouldn't be a commodity to be bought and sold."

    Wishful thinking, it's another loaded question that appeals to the emotion of a "perfect world", without insinuating that you think about the consequences logically. It's the kind of question that if someone would "Strongly Disagree" *they* would be the ones spotlighted and forced to give an explanation, because the question suggests otherwise.

    All in all, it's no wonder people inherently tend to drift left and down on the map, the questions are asked in such a way. You have to be consciously thinking about both sides of the coin to even be considered a centrist.
    "I prefer a sane world where you are rewarded by providing people with something they want. Not arbitrarily rewarded in a status game that reminds me of chimpanzees." - nazgulnarsil

    Here I am with my empire
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    Cause its all that youíve been taught to be

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    I dislike this question:

    "The freer the market, the freer the people."

    It's way too vague, I've always thought it was very difficult to argue otherwise anyway. Having the public sector control everything leaves questions such as, "How much did it cost to produce x" and "Who would be willing to pay for x?" to be difficult to answer, theoretically limiting our freedom in a way that's completely unquestionable.

    The question seeks to use the fact that 'freedom' can't be measured, and gives left wingers a reason to denounce themselves as such. The question is merely, "Are you left wing?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hicky
    Our race has many superior qualities, compared with other races.
    Agree
    wondering how hicky justifies his racism here

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    Muslimtry. Although my view has changed since then. I doubt I really had a developed opinion other than that Muslims seem to be dominating the private sector employment and they were less efficient than white people.

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