Wednesday, April 26, 2006

The Political Objectives Test

You scored 28 Equality, 100 Liberty, and 0 Stability!
Liberty is so overwhelmingly important to you that you wish to eliminate anything that can interfere with it. The number one target of your outrage is ‘The State’ (all government + bureaucracy + military) but other forces that may quash freedom (corporations or religions or even family) are also subject to your ridicule. If you have the right personality then you may participate in anarchist actions to remove all these oppressive institutions. You may advocate violent revolution but you are more likely to recognise that violence is itself the product of an oppressive establishment and reject it in favour of non-violent resistance. You think that every individual is sovereign unto themselves but you also recognise that it is natural for us to want to participate in a community. However every relationship must be totally consensual and that extends to ones relationship to any group. The preferred model for you is the community in which everyone willingly participates in decision-making and in which all economic and cultural interactions are freely established or terminated. If this is all a bit much for you then try the Libertarian on for size.

My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 10% on Equality
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You scored higher than 97% on Liberty
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You scored higher than 0% on Stability
Link: The Political Objectives Test written by Originaluddite on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test


Roger L. Sieloff said...

This post seems to be describing what Freud called the "ID". I suppose this is the primary mental state of most infants who appear to believe they are the center of the universe. The pain of infancy springs from an ignorance of there being something outside the self. The crying stops as the world opens, but true maturity is not achieved until an individual learns to cherish what is outside as much as the infant cherished what was inside. This is what religion can be to the few who dare to embrace it , curiously as an infant would. Real spirituality is so personal it transcends anything outside the individual. By looking into the self, an honest person realizes they are neither better nor worse than any other person. Sadly, "organized" religion perverts this experience. If libertarianism has any proper application, I say it ought to be applied to religion.

Roger L. Sieloff

TheJollyNihilist said...


You scored 28 Equality, 85 Liberty, and 21 Stability!