Are we all perhaps linked by invisible bonds? Do the actions of one affect others, even if those others are far away? Our lives and the universe itself may be all part of a single mechanism in which all creatures and events are 'entangled' with one another.

Friday, April 28, 2006

World's Smallest Political Quiz

Where do you fit in the political sprectrum? Are you liberal, conservative, moderate, libertarian, statist(someone who supports big government) ?

Go here to take this quick & simple quiz to find out where you might be surprised by the result!

Here are what some others had to say about the quiz:

"The Quiz has gained respect as a valid measure of a person's political leanings." -- The Washington Post

"The World's Smallest Political Quiz stands ready to help you determine your political identity. Quick and relatively painless." -- USA Today

"If you aren't sure what your political ideology is, you can take the World's Smallest Political Quiz, which places you on a diamond-shaped political spectrum (rather than the standard left/right straight line). Bear in mind that it is a libertarian quiz. Still, it's a good tool for helping you to determine roughly where you fit." -- Bulletin

Where do I score on
The World's Smallest Political Quiz?

Ok, I'll admit score is 100 % Libertarian, I'm proud to say!

With some Anarchist leanings thrown in for good measure. Now don't get scared--Anarchism is NOT what most people think of when they hear the word anarchy. Usually people will picture wild-eyed maniacs running around tossing bombs, but that's just because the word "anarchy" has been used (or rather mis-used) for so long. Whenever there's a chaotic situation or rioting in the streets the media will describe it as "anarchy".
Anarchism is the belief that governments are unnecessary and undesirable because they achieve their goals through the use of
use force or coercion, rather than the peaceful cooperation of individuals. Anarchists believe that people should be able to voluntarily work together or form organizations to achieve their goals and desires. Basically it's self-government, in which individuals determine for themselves what is best rather than have some politician or government bureacraut decide.

Unfortunately, in the world today, I don't see much hope for such a Utopian vision. It seems to me the Human race is still too immature and violent to be able to peacefully cooperate and work together to create a better world for everyone.

Or maybe I was just born a few hundred years too soon and that time of peaceful co-existence and individual freedom is yet to come. For the sake of Humanity, I certainly hope so!

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