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#21

@AlexUK A year’s advantage. Also what’s that emblem you’re sporting, looks cool.


#22

A flag incorporating the union flag, the maple leaf from Canada and of course, the stars from the second greatest country, the USA. :grin:


#23

@AlexUK That’s an awesome emblem. I wish I could find some British Commonwealth ones though, I can’t seem to find any.


#24

I have a couple of the Anglosphere but not of the Commonwealth.


#25

@AlexUK I Goddamn love countryballs. :joy:


#26

Same, they’re the best


#27

@AlexUK “I never should have colonised you.” :joy:


#28

Jeez why does everyone have a UK flag as their profile picture


#29

Because we’re proud to be British, I know I am.
I’m pro-union (as in the UK, the EU can go away) and I’m also pro-British Commonwealth.


#30

They are actually called Poland balls


#31

Gib Northern Ireland


#32

Nothing wrong with a bit of good ol fashioned British patriotism. :slight_smile:


#33

Welcome to the forums! I’m not high-functioning autistic like you but I do have asperger syndrome and I’m also right-wing.


#34

I’m autistic and left wing so I think being on the spectrum doesn’t affect politics as much as other factors :joy:


#35

define left wing, if you basically arent a socialist/communist many hard leftists will regard you as right wing.


#36

Agreed sadly. So I’m libertarian socially (literally the floor of the compass) and very slightly left of the midpoint on that (admitably skewd) I like to think of myself as progressive, though have never really been tested. I believe in universal free healthcare, I believe in fair support for those unable to help their situations. I guess left and right is always relative and compared to my friends I’m left compared to you no idea.


#37

Radical centre.

Im Right wing, centre on the compass of the right side, with a strong social liberterian leaning, most of my authoritarianism from my nationalist views. (hence my name)


#38

Sounds far more exciting than it is :joy:[quote=“Nationalist_Libertarian, post:37, topic:111351”]
strong social liberterian leaning, most of my authoritarianism from my nationalist views
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How can you be both social libertarian and authoritarian? Like they’re opposites? Does that not cause you to contradict yourself?
I guess veiws change over time I’ve become more libertarian and progressive over the last few years as I’ve become more selfaware


#39

Im using the formal definition here, im not calling you nuts.

relative authoritarianism, as in an anarchist views me as a massive hulking authoriterian, were as a soviet communist would view me as a massive liberterian,


#40

Are you Tony Blair :joy: