New Users Introduce Yourselves!


#1255

I’ve been here for a while, it’s recede day quite a bit from when I joined (we lost at least 15 actives and they haven’t been replaced)


#1256

Were there a few liberals? If so I could probably replace a few ahah I’m very mainstream


#1257

In the old days (talking about 2-3 years ago) most of the forum was split between the hard left and the nationalist right tbh. Hell, I was in the latter category. There were a few moderates (incl. center-left and center-right) around.


#1258

Anyway nice to see you around again. I remember you from when you were very pro-Syriza.


#1259

You replaced our arch liberal, by the looks of it, although he knew where liberals belonged and didn’t pretend to be left wing despite supporting social democratic policies. Ie he was an arduant member of the libdems


#1260

You can invite whoever you want, doesn’t matter their political position.


#1261

Arch liberal what policies?

As you know I can get pretty conservative on stuff like abortion.


#1262

Arch liberal as in the biggest proponent of liberal ideas policies etc on here , in your case neoliberal. Most modern conservatives especially in the British Conservative party are liberals as well, just with a soft social conservative twang and more aggressive on economic policy


#1263

Hey there Delilah.

Interested in all sorts of political stuff, religion as well.

I’m from the US. I like cars, playing guitar, computers/gaming, photography, and a ton of other stuff.

Recommended song: American Nightmare - Dead Eyes

:v:


#1264

lol dang im the only one in ages introducing myself here


#1265

Welcome to the forums! What religion in particular are you interested in?


#1266

Oh well, I personally believe in God (specifically Christian but not entirely interested in being under that label because it’s so broad). But I like discussing religion in general, I find it really useful in giving a perspective on life.


#1267

What are your political beliefs?

:slight_smile:


#1268

What are your thoughts on nationalism?


#1270

Hello All,

I am a new user interested in debating and discussing a wide range of political/social/economic/philosophical/etc. issues; all in the hope that I will be able to hone my own argument and communication skills as well as span my intellectual horizons.

What policies, social issues or other are you interested in discussing?
Well, to begin, I was/am raised in a very conservative, religious family living in a very liberal, deeply blue state (I am an American). And because of that, I consider my political viewpoints to be generally across the spectrum, and particularly of a centrist bent.

Which country are you from?
My Country 'Tis of Thee

What are some of your hobbies?
Trying to contact the rich and famous. Reading. Writing. Learning.

What’s a book, movie or song you recommend?
Book? When You Reach Me. Movie? Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Song? Roots Natty Roots.

Hope this helps and I look forward to our discussions.


#1271

To what end?


#1272

Wide range of everything really. I enjoy foreign policy more than anything. Pretty well balanced I guess.

Trumpistan.

Video games, reading, the occasional drink.

My favorite book I have read is The Kite Runner. My favorite movie, if you can’t guess from my picture, The Dark Knight Trilogy. I don’t really have a favorite song, but I enjoy listening to Mumford and Sons. Can’t name a favorite song or band. Have too many I like.


#1273

Welcome to the forums @The_Lost_One. How did you find out about us?


#1274

Welcome, hope to see you in a debate soon. If you have any questions, feel free to message me or any of the other staff, we’re happy to help.


#1275

Hey! Hey!
-Im From the United Kingdom
-Im a member of Libertarian Party UK
-I self Identify as somewhere between a classical Liberal and a minarchist. Often referring to myself as a friedmanite
-I rate Economic Issue normally of a higher importance over social ones however as a Libertarian Freedoms often crossover.
-Economically the free market, welfare and taxation mean a lot to me.
-Socially Rights and a constitution mean a lot with a heavy focus on getting rid of any trace of “affirmative action”.
-READ A BRAVE NEW WORLD GREAT BOOK!