Message from Soyaman in /r/SargonOfAkkad (Sparta) #politics-free-for-all


2017-11-01 22:23:35 UTC  

I agree, but it's a spectrum

2017-11-01 22:24:02 UTC  

But I think separate from libertarianism because there can be a libertarian strong state

2017-11-01 22:24:19 UTC  

Libertarianism is more about policy than structure

2017-11-01 22:24:32 UTC  

do you mean the ideal of libertarism or the political party?

2017-11-01 22:25:08 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/372513679964635138/375409956930846722/Capture.GIF

2017-11-01 22:25:24 UTC  

The idea

2017-11-01 22:25:32 UTC  

The party is laughable imo

2017-11-01 22:25:52 UTC  

America needs an electoral ovehaul

2017-11-01 22:25:53 UTC  

Contributes to a misunderstanding of the idea as inherently anarchic

2017-11-01 22:26:38 UTC  

You're all weak as fuck.

2017-11-01 22:26:44 UTC  

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2017-11-01 22:27:17 UTC  

How?

2017-11-01 22:27:21 UTC  

Globalist cuck

2017-11-01 22:27:37 UTC  

Socialist cuck :^)

2017-11-01 22:27:51 UTC  

I'm European so that's normal.

2017-11-01 22:28:00 UTC  

Unfortunately

2017-11-01 22:28:05 UTC  

I am too

2017-11-01 22:28:20 UTC  

And it is wierd to me too

2017-11-01 22:32:07 UTC  

This is reaching not respecting property rights level

2017-11-01 22:32:25 UTC  

"The market adjusts itself" is like saying god will help you.
My country's proven itself capable of keeping a strong market whilst the state makes sure the companies don't go too far. So I'm a social democratic on that front.

The globalist marker is mostly because I don't inherently have a problem with programs such the EU and open borders but I also still believe in nationalism. That's not something that can be erased.
Although because it bases its survey off the amount of different questions and not the strong-ness of my feelings of the matters it considers me a globalist.

Example, I would consider Catalonia to be free state should it want to.

2017-11-01 22:33:21 UTC  

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2017-11-01 22:34:56 UTC  

What does "open borders" mean?

2017-11-01 22:35:15 UTC  

EU Project's open borders.
Or Nordic Council.

2017-11-01 22:35:38 UTC  

That's freedom of movement not open borders

2017-11-01 22:35:52 UTC  

By that argument the US has open borders

2017-11-01 22:36:17 UTC  

Yes.

2017-11-01 22:36:39 UTC  

"from each according to his ability, to each according to his need"

2017-11-01 22:36:49 UTC  

That is an absurd way to define the term

2017-11-01 22:37:25 UTC  

It's an awkward use of word IMO.

2017-11-01 22:37:30 UTC  

i think this is one of the most fundamental questions

2017-11-01 22:37:59 UTC  

Too vague

2017-11-01 22:37:59 UTC  

I even voted Neutral on that.

2017-11-01 22:38:51 UTC  

should someones ability determine how hard they work?

2017-11-01 22:40:20 UTC  

To be honest we kinda already have that partly.

2017-11-01 22:40:28 UTC  

with incentive

2017-11-01 22:40:31 UTC  

There really isn't any jobs where you don't make enough to make a living.

2017-11-01 22:40:38 UTC  

It's so vague every society has it partly

2017-11-01 22:41:05 UTC  

i guess if you break it down to an abtrasct

2017-11-01 22:42:45 UTC  

It is inherently abstract

2017-11-01 22:43:04 UTC  

ehhhh