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    As I've become aware that many people in this Wiki may feel uncomfortable with some political views, especially if they're right-leaning, I'm writing a blog page to better explain my political stances. If you feel uncomfortable with my ways of thinking, you may add yourself to my personal DNI section, so I can remember who not to write.

    Simplifying and Terminology

    My Political Compass

    First, at the right side of the page, a political compass to better illustrate my base opinions and the respective listed definitions (up is authoritarian, down is libertarian, you can guess by yourself left and right.):

    • "Georgism, also called in modern times geoism and known historically as the single tax movement, is an economic ideology holding that, although people should own the value they produce themselves, the economic rent derived from land – including from all natural resources, the commons, and urban locations – should belong equally to all members of society."
    • Mix between Georgism and Libertarianism:"Geolibertarians maintain that geographical space and raw natural resources—any assets that qualify as land by economic definition—are rivalrous goods to be considered common property, or more accurately unowned, which all individuals share an equal human right to access, not capital wealth to be privatized fully and absolutely."
    • "Technoliberalism is a political philosophy founded on ideas of liberty, individuality, responsibility, decentralization, and self-awareness. It also highlights an idea that technology should be available to everyone with minimal controls. Technoliberals support such ideas as balance of powers in the government, decentralization, affordable education, the protection of our planet, Fine Arts, and the freedom of speech and communication technologies."
    • "Neoclassical liberalism, also referred to as Arizona School liberalism and bleeding-heart libertarianism, is a libertarian political philosophy that focuses on the compatibility of support for civil liberties and free markets on the one hand and a concern for social justice and the well-being of the worst-off on the other. Adherents of neoclassical liberalism broadly hold that an agenda focused upon individual liberty will be of most benefit to the economically weak and socially disadvantaged."
    • Others I agree/partly agree with: Technocracy, Transhumanism, Noocracy, Third Way, and most center- right moderate or libertarian ideologies. I emphatically dislike all (most) left-leaning authoritarians (see in red) and ALL kinds of anarchism. I'm, broadly speaking, a capitalist and, as Pew Research defined me (and if I resided in the US), a mix between a "market-skeptic Republican" and a "bystander".
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