Message from BrianBoru in /r/SargonOfAkkad (Sparta) #politics-free-for-all
America needs an electoral ovehaul
Contributes to a misunderstanding of the idea as inherently anarchic
You're all weak as fuck.
Socialist cuck :^)
I'm European so that's normal.
I am too
And it is wierd to me too
This is reaching not respecting property rights level
"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.
What does "open borders" mean?
EU Project's open borders.
Or Nordic Council.
That's freedom of movement not open borders
By that argument the US has open borders
"from each according to his ability, to each according to his need"
That is an absurd way to define the term
It's an awkward use of word IMO.
i think this is one of the most fundamental questions
I even voted Neutral on that.
should someones ability determine how hard they work?
To be honest we kinda already have that partly.
There really isn't any jobs where you don't make enough to make a living.
It's so vague every society has it partly
i guess if you break it down to an abtrasct
It is inherently abstract
if you had less and someone has more is it right to take from the one who has more?
Still too abstract
Not surprising results
I generally just view that question as "do I think socialism is a good idea", I know thats simplifying it two much, but I just do that simplicities sake.
Yeah I think it leans that way
Or just vote neutral.
Because it's vague.